XXLofoten can help you to find the quickest way to get to Lofoten or how to make the journey part of the adventure by a combination of boat and bus.
The Conference Coast is located in the southeastern part of Norway, close to Oslo. The region has its own international airport: Torp in Sandefjord.
Lillehammer is located off the E6 highway, Norway's major travel artery. The distance from Oslo Airport (Gardermoen) is 145 kilometres.
Situated in the middle of Norway, Røros is easily reached from Oslo and Trondheim. Røros Airport is in walking distance from the town centre.
Oslo is easily reached by air, sea, rail, bus or car. There are over 200 international flights a day and 1,300 per week.
You can reach Bergen with direct flights from many major international hubs, with only one change of plane needed from further destinations.
Direct flights from many cities in Europe make it easy to visit Stavanger. You can travel by train, bus or express boat from other Norwegian cities.
Trondheim is situated in central Norway and is easily accessible from all parts of the country. There are direct flights from many European cities.
Joining your Hurtigruten voyage has never been easier, with regular scheduled flights to Norway. You can start and end your trip wherever you like.
Alta Airport is only one hour and 45 minutes from Oslo Airport Gardermoen and has several direct flights daily to Oslo.
Tromsø is the Arctic Circle is as easy to reach. Fly directly from Oslo, London, Riga and Stockholm.
Today there are direct flights to Haugesund from Oslo and Bergen, as well as from several destinations in Europe.