Rosendal ferry port in Norway connects you with Bergen in Norway with a choice of up to 14 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Rosendal to Bergen crossing is from 1 hour 55 minutes and the crossing is operated by Rødne Fjord Cruise.
Rosendal is found towards the west of Norway, lying in the county of Hordaland. Only domestic crossings are available from the port, providing key transport links around the country. Ferry routes to Flesland and Bergen are both relatively short, ranging from 1 hour 25 minutes to 1 hour 55 minutes.
Not much happens in Rosendal and that is the way the locals and tourists like it. Cosy cafes line the streets and keen hikers grace the vast mountainside - for a relaxing few days away from the stress of the modern day – Rosendal is your place. Many who visit do so to experience the copious walking trails that dominate the landscape; scale the towering hillside and steep cliffs of Folgefonna National Park to witness the breathtaking views of Norway’s east coast. If you’re lucky you can catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights that are on display from around October to March – the perfect setting for couples looking for a romantic getaway.
The hiking opportunities command the town’s reputation, yet there is more to Rosendal then steep mountains and jagged rock formations. Visit the Baroniet Rosendal to rejoice in the myriad of beautiful flowers decorating the garden, oftentimes there will be a concert taking place if the weather is agreeable. The Baroniet Rosendal is the main attraction in the town, but the church and art gallery are also worth visiting.
Walking is the most common choice of transport due to the idyllic surroundings and small size of the town, though in the summer it is possible to travel by horse and carriage from the harbour to add a little romance to your trip.