When you visit a new country or region, it isn’t always easy to find out how to use public transport to get around. The solution is ‘Travel like the locals’!

Travel like the locals’ offers pre-packaged trips with public transport, which use regular bus services, ferries and express boats. However, the ‘Travel like the locals’ team has done all the planning for you so that you can sit back and enjoy your trip.

Veiholmen, Smøla.|© Wigdis Wollan

With ‘Travel like the locals’, you can explore the beauty of the coastline, fjords, mountains and local communities using sustainable public transport to get there.

The ‘Travel like the locals’ team has packaged the most popular itineraries in the region and made it easy for you to book a trip. You travel on your own – truly like a local, without a guide or tour leader. But the information you receive with your booking makes it easy for you to find your way.

In the northernmost part of the Fjord Norway region, you can visit iconic places like the Geirangerfjord, Norwegian Scenic Route Trollstigen, the Atlantic Road, the bird mountain Runde and many other beautiful locations.

Trollstigen.|© Øyvind Heen

Further south, you can take the ‘hiking bus’ to and from wonderful mountain hikes, and visit the Nigardsbreen glacier, Svanøy, Hardanger and the Florø archipelago.

Skudeneshavn.|© Ørjan B Iversen

In the southernmost part of the Fjord Norway region, you can travel like the locals to the tranquil port of Egersund, enjoy breathtaking scenery in the fjords of Ryfylke, or go island hopping in the archipelago off Stavanger.

Stavanger.|© Svein Ystanes