How to get to Norway?

Getting to and around in Norway is actually quite easy. Either you want to do it by plane, train, bus or ferry. 

Air
All of our large cities and towns have airports. International flights usually land in Oslo or Bergen where you can transfer to domestic flights. There is actually more than 50 airports in Norway serviced trough regular routes. This makes the more remote areas like the Lofoten island and the North Cape easily accessible by plane and will guarantee you some of the most beautiful flights you have experienced. 

Check out the Scandinavian bases companies SAS and Norwegian for international flights, they have direct flights from several American and European cities. You will also find direct flights to Norway from all over the world through airlines such as Qatar, KLM, Ryanair, British Airways, Air France, Lufthansa and Emirates.

Check out available domestic flights on SASNorwegian or Widerøe

Railway
Trains in Norway are quite cheap and holds a high standard and quality. Making the railroad your primary source of travel could be a quite astonishing experience as some of the long-distance lines go through some exotic landscape. The train tracks go as far north as Bodø and as far west as Bergen, making most of Norway accessible by train.

Book your tickets at NSB or contact us and we will book your tickets for you.

Bus
Norway is easily accessible by bus. The buses drive through the entire country and will get you where you want, but be aware that departures can be limited in certain areas. Be sure to double check times!

Ferries
Some parts of Norway are only accessible by ferries. Some ferries require you to buy the ticket before, but on most ferries you can buy your ticket on the ferry. 

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