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Oslo and rail to Bergen? or skip it for more time in the western fjords?

My head hurts from trying to figure out possible flights, trains, rental cars, etc...

We definitely want to focus our time in the southwestern fjords (between bergen and aalesund). We have about 6-7days allocated for Bergen and the fjords - no specifics yet though.

We have a couple extra days, so would you recommend we
1) Fly into Oslo, spend 1-2 days there, and take the Oslo-Bergen railway to Bergen
2) Fly into Stavanger and see a bit of the area in the south

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