Bergen Airport Flesland
After Gardermoen, Flesland is Norway's busiest airport, with more than 30 direct flights to foreign destinations. Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Frankfurt and London are just some of the cities within a two-hour flight from Bergen.
There are more than thirty daily departures between Bergen and Oslo, as well as direct flights to fourteen large and small cities and towns in Norway.
Travel by Fjordline from Denmark
Bergen is also easy to reach with the ferry from Denmark. Fjordline safely transports you between Hirtshals in Denmark and Bergen, and you can also take the same ferry between Bergen and Stavanger.
Travel to Bergen on the Bergen Railway
The train journey between Oslo and Bergen is considered to be one of the world's most interesting train journeys, a chance to truly experience Norway at close range. The Bergen Railway is the perfect means of transport if you want to travel as environmentally friendly as possible, or want to work while on the move.
All roads lead to Bergen
If you prefer travelling by bus, or want to drive to Bergen, there are excellent connections from all major cities in southern Norway. You will always find things to experience along the way that make the journey even more interesting. There is a well-developed network of charging stations in southern Norway that makes travelling by electric car easy.
Travel is easy in the Bergen region
There’s no need to limit your experiences in Bergen to just the city centre. The Bergen region has a well-developed network of public transport, giving you great opportunities to explore more of the region. Timetables for public transport in Bergen can be found at www.skyss.no and on the mobile app Skyss Reise. Buying tickets is easy in the mobile app Skyss Billett or at www.skyss.no.
If you buy the Bergen Card, you can travel for free on Bergen Light Rail and Skyss buses throughout the region.