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Norway’s most well-known train routes lead from Bergen to Andalsnes. In four stages, it takes one alongside majestic fjords, across snow-capped mountains and icy plateaus, through snow-white forests and remote villages, and passes original film locations, including “Star Wars” and “Harry Potter”. The first stage leads with the famous Bergen Railway from Bergen to Oslo. The route is 516 kilometres long and crosses the Hardangervidda, Norway’s largest National Park and Europe’s largest plateau. The Flam Railway, which Lonely Planet named the most beautiful railway line in the world in 2014, takes a detour from Myrdal to the Aurlandsfjord – thereby passing awe-inspiring mountain flanks and roaring waterfalls. The third stage begins in the capital. The Dovre Railway boasts 320 kilometres between Oslo and Dombas. It traverses the Gudbrandstal valley, as well as the imposing Dovrefjell. The final stage of the journey is served by the Rauma Railway. This takes its passengers through the Raumatal Valley with its famous and very steep Troll Wall. The entire journey comes to a close after roughly 1000 Kilometres in Andalsnes on the European North Sea.