A well-developed transport network makes it easy not only to get to Fjord Norway from abroad, but also to travel around. Several of the airports in the region have direct flights from abroad and from the biggest cities in Norway, and if you are coming from the continent, you can also take the ferries from Denmark or Germany.
If you can find it on the map, you have got a good chance that a bus or boat will take you there. Many foreign travellers are positively astonished at how good public transport is in Norway. Even the most remote destinations have viable communications with the world-at-large, and for those who live there this is important confirmation that they are part of the greater community. It is also easy to get around by car.
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Boreal Transport AS runs bus services in the Ryfylke municipalities of Strand, Forsand and Hjelmeland, and the tourist route to Preikestolen Fjellstue (mountain lodge) from Tau quay through Jørpeland. For timetable please see www.pulpitrock.no...
Car and passenger ferry with limited car spaces between Lysebotn - Lauvvik - Stavanger. MS Lysefjord is the ferry crossing, a combined goods transport vessel. Vehicles of more than 3,500 kg cannot be taken on board or arrive onshore in Lauvvik....
Express ferries through the fjords are connecting south and northern part of the county together. Often the fastest way of travelling.
All passengers should book tickets or reserve passage via bestilling.kolumbus.no to secure their passage on...
Ferry connecting islands to the mainland at Haugalandet and Ryfylke.
Ports: Fogn, Judaberg, Halsnøy, Helgøy (Finnøy kommune), Nesheim, Nord-Hidle, Eidssund, Foldøy, Nedstrand, Hebnes, Jelsa.
Tickets: sale onboard. No reservation.