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Several of the airports in the region, such as Bergen, Stavanger and Ålesund, operate a good network of international services. There are also several smaller airports with a few, direct international flights as well as good connections to and from Oslo and other big cities in Norway. If you are travelling from the continent, you can also take the ferries from Denmark or Germany.

There are direct flights from many of the large and medium-sized cities in Europe. It’s easy to get here from cities such as Amsterdam, Copenhagen and London. There are also frequent, good connections from Oslo and on to the Fjord Norway region. Please see for more information about flights.


Stavanger is in the south of Fjord Norway, and is known for its excellent cuisine, exciting culture and nightlife. The city also has fjords, beaches and nature on its very doorstep. It’s easy to get to the world-famous Pulpit Rock and the fascinating Lysefjord from here.
Here is a list of flights to Stavanger.


Bergen is situated in the heart of Fjord Norway and is thus the ideal gateway for exploring the region. Bergen is an exciting city of culture and has long been an international trading centre. The Hanseatic merchants were established in Bergen for hundreds of years and the city has always turned its gaze outwards, towards the world. It’s easy to get to the fjords from Bergen. Here is a list of flights to Bergen.


When arriving in Ålesund, you can explore some of Norway's most famous natural and cultural attractions. Explore the Art Nouveau town of Ålesund, the UNESCO World Heritage Geirangerfjord, the Runde bird cliff, and the The Norwegian Scenic Route Geiranger-Trollstigen. A plethora of fjords, islands, and mountains in Sunnmøre, Romsdal and Nordmøre are waiting to enchant you. Here is a list of flights to Ålesund.

Stavanger.|© Eduardo Grund/

Getting around in Fjord Norway

If you can find it on the map, there’s a good chance that a bus or boat will be able to take you there. Many foreign travellers are really impressed by public transport in Norway. Even the most remote destinations have good connections to the world-at-large, which is an important confirmation for those who live there that they are part of the greater community. It’s also easy to get around by car, and you can hire a car at the airports, in the cities and in most sizable destinations.

Plan your trip with the travel planner

Our travel planner makes planning your trip in the region easy. You can see the distance and travel time etc. between two destinations on your route in the travel planner. This is the time it takes if you are travelling by car. If you are travelling by public transport, you can check routes and times at

Getting around by car

By bus

Travel by bus in Fjord Norway

By train

It is both good for the environment and easy to travel by train to Voss, Bergen, Stavanger, Flåm and Åndalsnes - all excellent bases for adventure in the fjord landscape. Check for more information and timetables.

Fly with Widerøe

The Norwegian airline Widerøe operates scheduled flights to 43 airports all over Norway and as many of them are located in Fjord Norway.