About Oslo, Bergen, Ålesund, Røros, Bodø, Stavanger, Trondheim, Kristiansand
Norway's third largest city is home to over 180,000 inhabitants. Trondheim Airport Værnes is located only a 30-minute drive from the city centre.
Stavanger is one of Norway’s larger cities with over 127,000 inhabitants. Stavanger Airport Sola is a 15-minute drive from the city centre.
Bergen is Norway’s second largest city with 267,600 inhabitants. Bergen Airport Flesland is approximately 45 minutes from the city centre.
Trondheim has one large conference centre that can house up to 3,000 people. Alternative venues include conference hotels and concert halls.
Trondheim is situated in central Norway and is easily accessible from all parts of the country. There are direct flights from many European cities.
The capital of Norway is also its largest city with over 613,000 inhabitants. Oslo Airport Gardermoen is 55 kilometres from the city centre.
Ålesund is located by the coast and has 43,000 inhabitants. Ålesund Airport Vigra is 20 minutes (16 kilometres) from the town centre.
Røros has a population of around 5,600. The town is 50 minutes by air from Oslo Airport Gardermoen.
Stavanger is the centre of the Norwegian oil, gas and energy industry. The city has 10,000 conference chairs and the world’s highest pulpit.
Ålesund boasts one of Europe’s most distinctive collection of Art Nouveau buildings, as well as 10 hotels and conference capacity for 800 delegates.
Røros is one of the oldest 'wooden' towns in Europe. A UNESCO World Heritage site, Røros can host meetings for up to 600 delegates.
The capital of Norway is a well-equipped conference city with hotels and meeting facilities for up to 8,500 delegates.
Easily accessible from major European cities, Bergen is an international congress destination with conference facilities for up to 2,100 delegates.