Oslo to Bergen
Oslo to Bergen
(L) A rent-a-car office, which includes Avis and Hertz in the Oslo International Airport
(R) Oslo International Airport: This place was the start point of this rental-car trip.
(L) A gas station along Route 7: The price for diesel extra is NOK 13.57, regular 95 is NOK 15.57.
(R) A peaceful countryside north of Oslo
A cafe-restaurant along Route 7
A lot of foods and vegetables are arranged in a supermarket in Gol.
Bergen Express train: Bergen to Oslo
(L) Gol wooden church (R) A mountain cafe on the Route 7
A cafe stands buried in the snow.
(L) A delicious refreshment served at a mountain cafe (R) Out of the window is covered with snow.
(L) A troll stands beside Voringsfossen. (R) Snow-covered Hardangervidda mountain ranges in the distance
(L) Voringsfossen (R) A fine water falls from the rock mountains seen at the area between the spiral tunnel.
The only way up there was a path with 1,500 stairs up together with a bridle path that had been built in 1872
to carry English tourists to the waterfall. In 1891, a new road with tunnels was built along Eidfjordvandet.
Th spiral Voringsfossen tunnel road
(L) A map of Th spiral Voringsfossen tunnel road (R) Eidfjord entrance to the spiral tunnel road to Voringsfossen
A ocean-cruise ship is moored in the Eidfjord harbor.
Eidfjord Fjell & Fjord Hotel: A dinning room and a morning buffet
(L) An ocean-cruise ship is moored in the Eidfjord harbor.
(R) Thre are many tunnels in Norway roads. This photo was taken at Route 7.
(L) An closed ferry pier because of a new construction of Hardanger Bridge. (R) Hardanger Bridge
Hardanger Bridge is a suspension bridge connects the municipalities of Ullensvang and Ulvik.
It replaced a ferry connection between Bruravik and Brimnes, and thereby shortens
the driving time between Oslo and Bergen. It is also the longest tunnel-to-tunnel suspension bridge in the
world. It is the longest suspension bridge in Norway; the span 1,310meters.
On the south end of the bridge, cars enter the 1.2-kilometre Bu Tunnel that goes under the village of Bu
and on the north side of the bridge, cars enter the 7.5-kilometre Vallavik Tunnel
which includes a 500-metre long segment to a roundabout inside the tunnel.
(L) Hardanger Bridge (R) A snow-covered mountain and fjord
A round-about inside of the tunnel
(L) Vallavik Tunnel (R) The Roadbranch point to Route 7, 13 and E16
A new tunnel is under construction along the Route 7 to Bergen.
A national tourist route, Route 7
(L) A peaceful country on the mountain slope (R) A waterfall at any places
Steinsdalsfossen on Route 7
An automatic toll gate: It costs NOK 43 for a car.
A warning roadside sign of over-speeding
Fossen Bratte on the Route 7, between Tysse and Oystese
A house closed to Fossen Bratte
(L) The junction of Sandviken and Stromkaien in ahead
(R) Long Floyfjell tunnels are constructed under the Mount Floyfjellet.
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The photographs were taken in June, and article was written in July 2015,
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