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Hop on a bus

Every city and town in Norway has a local bus service, and there is an extensive network of express coaches throughout
the country.
Express and long-distance coaches

Express coaches in general are an underrated way of travelling in Norway, which is a pity because they offer a very extensive network of routes, also to more rural areas. Express coaches link all the major towns, airports and ferry terminals, and many of the coaches connect with each other and with local services.

Coach travel is usually a lot cheaper than travelling by plane or train, but takes longer. Most operators offer student, child, senior, and family discounts. Many operators also encourage online booking in advance, and offer both discounts and guaranteed seating for those who do.

If you are travelling in a large group, you must book your ticket well in advance. Usually there is no problem bringing bikes and skis with you, as long as you pay a fee.

Public buses

In the largest cities you will find bus stations and public transport information centres. Tourist information offices can also provide information about public buses.

You can buy your ticket on board, by telling the driver where you are going. One-day and weekly travel cards are available in some towns/cities, and these can be bought from the driver, kiosks and bus stations. However, in for example Oslo, it is cheaper to buy your ticket before getting on the bus.

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