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Transport guide Photo: Per Eide
Transport guide Photo: Per Eide

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Destination Aurland-Flåm-Lærdal is easy accessible by bus, boat, train or private car.
Our area is situated about 330 km from Oslo and 200 km from Bergen.

TRAIN
It is daily several departures on the Bergenline between Oslo and Bergen all year. All trains on the Bergenline stop at Myrdal. At Myrdal there is connection with the Flåm Railway to Flåm. During the winter there are 4 daily departures on the Flåm Railway. - in the summer the Flåm Railway is running 10 times a day.
Info/traintickets: 815 00 888 - www.nsb.no
www.flaamsbana.no

BUS
Timetable www.ruteinfo.net
Daily departures all year from Bergen, Voss, Oslo, Lillehammer and Sogndal.
ww.nor-way.no
www.fjord1.no./sognbillag
www.tide.no

In the Summer scheduled buses to the Aurland valley several times a day between Ål, Geilo, Aurland, Flåm and Gudvangen.
From Sogndal day excursions by bus to the Jostedal Glacier - part of the Summer.

BOAT
All year - sightseeingboat: Flåm-Aurland-Gudvangen
All Year: Expressboat Bergen-Sogndal.
Carferry Gudvangen-Kaupanger-Lærdal: 1/5-30/9.
Expressboat Bergen-Flåm: 1/5-30/9.
Flåm-Aurland-Balestrand-Fjærland:
Carferry: Balestrand-Hella-Fjærland-1/5-30/9

The Boat Lykkeper has scheduled trips from Flåm through the Nærøyfjord to Gudvangen in June, July and August.

TIMETABLE INFO WESTERN NORWAY 177
ROADINFORMATION: 175

If you need to CHARTER a boat, bus or minibus ph. 57 63 33 13.

PRIVATE CAR
To get to our area - you may chose roads: E16, RV7/RV 50, RV 55, RV 53 or RV5.

TAXI
Aurland 901 30 808
Lærdal 57 66 67 00
Borgund 415 10 100

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Destination Aurland-Flåm-Lærdal is easy accessible by bus, boat, train or private car. Our area is situated about 330 km from Oslo and 200 km from Berg...

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