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Travel without a car

It has never been easier to travel to Fjord Norway, with great flight connections out of London and several other major UK cities.

There are good alternatives for travelling within Fjord Norway, but information may be hard to find. Here those of you who do not wish to pick up a hire care at the airport will find alternatives for green travel in the region, which can easily be explored with public transport.

Bus and express boats

Although there are great connections from both Bergen and Stavanger to Oslo, the best way to really get to see the region is to travel by bus or express boat – or a combination of both.

There is a great express bus service that connects Stavanger, Bergen and Ålesund. It allows you to travel between the towns and to make stops along the way.

There are also regular bus routes and some tourist routes that will bring you to great sights. For some alternatives please visit Fjord1.no.

Fjord Tours have the best organised round trips based on public transport. Choose between several great trips and let them take you around the region. Stop wherever you like on the way, stay at different places and get to know the region.

With the Fjord Pass from Fjord Tours you will get a discount on hotels, activities and rental cars. 

There is a great network of express boats along the coast and into the fjords. Travel with Flaggruten from Stavanger via Haugesund to Bergen. For information and booking, call + 47 55 23 87 80.

Green Tours by HI Hostels Norway

Combine great scenery with great prices: Catch the bus through the beautiful scenery of Norway's west coast and stay at one of the many hostels along the way. Many of them are close to exciting attractions. Find the list of hotels at norwaygreentours.com

Last updated:  22 May 2013
Get on a bus operated by Fjord1 and explore Fjord Norway - Photo: Svein Arne Vik
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Go cruising on the UNESCO protected Nærøyfjord, Norway - Photo: fieldproductions.com

Travel without a car

It has never been easier to travel to Fjord Norway, with great flight connections out of London and several other major UK cities.

Travel without a car

Source: Visitnorway

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