Norway welcomes hundreds of direct flights from Europe and provides good access from the rest of the continent by rail, road and ferry.
The distance from Norwegian airports to the city centres and meeting facilities are short and the cities are compact and easily navigable by foot. Norway also benefits from extensive national transport links, and regional infrastructure is of a high standard.
Norway's global appeal means that airlines fly to Norway from all over the world. Connections have improved significantly in recent years.
The main hub is Oslo Airport Gardermoen, which is located 47 kilometres north of the capital, Oslo. Many airlines also have direct flights into other major cities such as Stavanger, Bergen, Trondheim, Tromsø and Haugesund. If you are flying into one of these destinations, catching onward flights to elsewhere in Norway can be easily arranged.
Norway has a comprehensive domestic transport system. The internal air network reaches every corner of the country. For shorter journeys, an extensive rail network links Norway with the rest of Scandinavia and Europe.
Norway's conference destinations offer modern conference and meeting facilities. They are all easily reached from major European cities.
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