The old village center in Lærdal is filled with well-preserved wooden houses that originate from the 18th century, so no need to tell you that there’s a lot of charming spots to be found around here. The weather was a bit cray cray that day – going from sunny to rainy in a matter of minutes, but we definitely took advantage of the dry moments by having lunch by the water and (of course) shooting some pictures. Lærdal’s most famous attractions are the Borgund stave church (dating from the 12th century) and the nearby Kongeveien, and both are certainly worth a visit. The church is one of the best preserved ones in Norway, and I’d recommend Kongeveien (which means King’s Road) for an additional hike. Unfortunately, we weren’t able to do that ourselves since it started pouring when we arrived and as you can see, I wasn’t properly dressed for the occasion. Luckily, the winding S-road is already impressive enough to see itself!
Outfit details: American Vintage t-shirt – H&M trousers – Adidas sneakers – Forever 21 purse – Komono sunglasses – Daniel Wellington watch
Pictures by: Wim