There are several alternatives from Oslo, and across regions once you have arrived. Otherwise, it is good to relate to the three counties of Rogaland, Vestland and Møre og Romsdal when planning.
Travel to Fjord Norway - and across regions
There are buses from Oslo to several places in Fjord Norway, with departures both morning, afternoon and evening. For example, the buses to Ålesund take about 10 hours, Bergen 9-10 hours and Stavanger 8.5-9 hours, depending on which departure you choose.
When you are in Fjord Norway, there are good bus connections across the regions. For example, you can take a bus from Stavanger in the south to Ålesund in the north, preferably with accommodation in Bergen along the way. Then you can also choose to take a boat on to Ålesund the next day if you want an alternative to the bus. There are also bus connections from smaller places across the regions. Flåm and Voss have many departures to the whole of Fjord Norway every day.
Møre og Romsdal county
This is Fjord Norway's northernmost county, with the Geirangerfjord, Atlantic Road, Trollstigen Mountain Road and Romsdalseggen among the most popular attractions. Here, you will find the destinations Northwest, Ålesund and Sunnmøre, and the towns of Kristiansund, Molde, Ålesund and Åndalsnes. FRAM operates the buses.
You can pay with a credit card, use a travelcard or the FRAM app. Visit the online store to buy tickets. Everyone is encouraged to buy a ticket before boarding.
Prices and schedules
Max 20 kg per person, placed where it is not in the way of others. You can bring a stroller, wheelchair etc. when there is enough space.
In the middle of Fjord Norway lies the county of Vestland, with the Sognefjord, Loen Skylift, Trolltunga, the Hardangerfjord and the Flåm Railway as some of the most famous attractions. Here you will find Bergen, Flåm and Voss, among others. Skyss and Kringom operate the buses.
Download the Skyss Ticket app and buy the tickets that are best for you. You can also buy the Skysskortet Card to pay with. You can also buy tickets at some stores such as Narvesen, Deli de Luca, 7-eleven or Bunnpris. Or you can pay with coins (not banknotes) and the Skysskortet Card in the bus. Everyone is encouraged to buy a ticket before boarding.
Prices and schedules
Prices vary for adults, children, youth, seniors, and students, and depending on how far you are going to travel. You also get season tickets. Find updated prices at Skyss and Kringom.
Find updated timetables at Skyss and Kringom and you can download the app for both payment and timetables.
You can bring luggage up to 20kg, which should be placed where it is not in the way of others. You can bring a stroller or wheelchair, skis, and the like when there is enough space.
Air and express buses
The Bergen card
In Bergen you get a free bus / train if you have The Bergen card. There are ticket machines at central stations in Bergen, and the ticket is valid for both bus and train.
South in Fjord Norway you will find Rogaland, with the Lysefjord and Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) as some of the most famous attractions. Here, you will find the cities of Stavanger and Haugesund. In Rogaland, buses and local trains have the same fare and ticket system, and corresponding departure times.
Kolumbus has an app that is easy to use when you pay for a trip.
You can also buy a payment card, which you can top up and use for payment.
You can pay with cash on board the bus, or with credit cards at ticket machines and customer centres before departure.
Prices and Schedules
The airport bus has updated timetables for bus connections between the airports and the cities in Rogaland.