Travel Information For Bergen
Norway is generally a very safe country for travel with punctual and clean public transport. Nearly all Norwegians speak excellent English and are very helpful. If you have any difficulties you shouldn’t have any trouble finding someone who can point you in the right direction. Remember there is very little ‘night’ at this time of year.
Flights To Bergen
Norwegian Air and SAS
Wideroe for internal flights within Norway.
Searching for Flights
Sky Scanner has quite flexible search options.
Google Flights is an easy way to do flight research on availability and prices but does not seem to list Norwegian Air which often has the cheapest flights.
Bergen – Bus From The Airport
The Bergen Lufthaven (airport) is served by frequent buses. Journey time is 40 minutes to the centre of town. Ticket costs 140 NOK If Trinovante is on the Bryggen Quay as usual get off at the last stop outside the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel. You can almost throw your bags onboard from there.
Check Bergen Airport bus times
Train Travel – Bergen
Train journeys in Norway are spectacular. Train Travel in Norway is clean and surprisingly reasonably priced. Trains go North to Bodø, and Trondheim and South to Oslo among other destinations. If you have the time it’s a good way to see the interior of Norway. It is possible to walk to the boat from the train station in Bergen.
View a map of the Norwegian Train network This is a download link so you need to click on it to get a readable version.
Book Train Tickets In Norway
There used to be a ferry to Bergen but it stopped some years back.