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June 21st, 2022

How to Get to Norway

June 21st, 2022

Written by

Torunn Tronsvang

Founder

Flights

All our large cities and towns have airports catering for both international and domestic flights. In fact, there are more than 50 airports in Norway serviced through regular routes, making even remote places such as the Lofoten Islands, the North Cape, and the Svalbard Islands easily accessible by plane. If you are travelling to the Northernmost parts of Norway Ivalo Airport in Finland, close to the Norwegian border is also a comfortable and convenient welcome.


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More than 150 international airports connect with our main airport in Oslo, whereof more than 90 are direct connections.

Norwegian, SAS & Widerøe

Norwegian was the first airline in the world to join the UN Climate Secretariat’s climate action initiative, pledging to work systematically to become carbon neutral by 2050. They were also voted Europe’s Best Low-Cost Airline by Skytrax for six consecutive years. The airline now operates short-haul Norwegian domestic and European flights.

SAS (Scandinavian Airlines) is Scandinavia’s leading airline. Membership in Star Alliance provides passengers access to a far-reaching network of destinations in close to 200 countries. If you fly with SAS from New York, Norway is only 7 hours away! Flysas.com

Widerøe is the largest regional airline in Scandinavia operating more than 400 flights daily. Widerøe will take you to tiny airports in far and near destinations all over Norway. In fact, they have the ambition to electrify large parts of their fleet by 2030. Collaborating with Rolls-Royce and Italian Tecnam they can already present a 9-seater electric aircraft that can be ready for take-off as early as 2026.

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Trains, Busses, Cars & Ferries

Train: An extensive rail network links Norway to the other Scandinavian countries and the rest of Europe. Our national trains are served by Vy, previously named NSB, the Norwegian State Railways.

Bus: You can reach Norway by bus from Sweden, Denmark, Finland, and Russia. Service from Gothenburg in Sweden and Copenhagen in Denmark is almost hourly. The service to Stockholm is also far more frequent than the train.

Car & Ferry: You can enter Norway by car from Sweden, Russia and Finland. Major roads to Norway include European route E6 which runs through Malmö, Helsingborg, and Gothenburg in Sweden, before crossing the border at Svinesund in the south-east of Norway, and E8 which runs through Turku, Vaasa and Oulu in Finland before crossing the border at Kilpisjärvi. You can also bring your car from all cities and towns in Norway providing ferry services to international ports in Denmark, Germany, Netherlands and Sweden. Ferry companies include Color Line, DFDS Seaways, Stena Line, Holland Norway Lines and Fjord Line. To search for ferries to Norwegian ports, check out AFerry.

Read more on how to get around Norway here.

Still not sure how to get Up here? Get in touch: travel@upnorway.com

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What to pack for Norway

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December 21st, 2021

What to pack for Norway

Sun, wind, rain or snow; be prepared for your journey to the country Up north by knowing what to pack for each of the diverse seasons.

Torunn Tronsvang

Founder