Myrdal is the end station on the Flåm Railway and about 400,000 people pass through here between May and October each year. It is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Norway, and indeed in Europe.
Myrdal is also the end of the line for about 25,000 cyclists a year who ride the Rallarvegen – the old navvies’ road – from Haugastøl. The road was built when the Bergen Railway was being constructed, so as to give the navvies access. Cafe Rallaren seats about 80 persons, and there is also a souvenir shop. We are open from May until the last weekend in September. We serve both hot and cold dishes. We are licensed to serve beer and wine.
We offer cycle hire and can store baggage.
We can make up packed lunches or dinners, if ordered a day in advance, for either groups or individual travellers.
We can also serve dinner for groups, if you give us a couple of days’ notice. If there is anything special you would like, give us a call.