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Skyss (bus and Bergen Light Rail)

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Skyss (bus and Bergen Light Rail) Photo: Skyss
Skyss (bus and Bergen Light Rail) Photo: Skyss
Skyss (bus and Bergen Light Rail) Photo: Skyss
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Travel by bus or the Bergen Light Rail to explore Bergen and the fjords! Skyss provides public transport throughout the entire region of Hordaland.

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Skyss provides transport by bus or the Bergen Light Rail throughout the region of Hordaland. Travel by public transport to explore the attractions of Bergen or one of our magnificent West Norwegian fjords.

You can travel by the Bergen Light Rail to visit Edvard Grieg's home Troldhaugen and Fantoft Stave Church, or by bus to visit for example Old Bergen, Lysøen Island, Voss, the Hardangerfjord or the Aurlandsfjord.

Tickets can be purchased at a Skyss ticket machine, with the mobile app Skyss Billett, in a number of kiosks and shops or on board the bus.

Bergen card holders can make use of public transport with Skyss in Bergen, Sotra, Fjell, Sund, Øygarden, Askøy, Osterøy, Lindås, Meland, Radøy and Os. Not including the night bus and airport shuttle.

For schedules and more information, see skyss.no or visit our office in Starvhusgaten or Bergen Bus Station.

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Skyss provides transport by bus or the Bergen Light Rail throughout the region of Hordaland. Travel by public transport to explore the attractions of...

Skyss (bus and Bergen Light Rail)

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