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Valdresekspressen - Oslo - Fagernes - Lærdal/Årdal

Valdresekspressen - Oslo - Fagernes - Lærdal/Årdal Photo: JVB Valdresekspressen - Oslo - Fagernes - Lærdal/Årdal Photo: www.valdresekspressen.no
Valdresekspressen - Oslo - Fagernes - Lærdal/Årdal Photo: JVB
Valdresekspressen - Oslo - Fagernes - Lærdal/Årdal Photo: www.valdresekspressen.no

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Valdresekspressen runs up to eight times daily from Oslo to Fagernes, with connecting services to Lærdal/Årdal via Tyinkrysset. Departures are also from the DFDS/Stena Line and Color Line ferry terminals as well as Sandvika station.

For route planner and tickets, visit www.valdresekspressen.no

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Valdresekspressen - Oslo - Fagernes - Lærdal/Årdal has obtained certification for their environmental efforts by:

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Valdresekspressen - Oslo - Fagernes - Lærdal/Årdal

Valdresekspressen runs up to eight times daily from Oslo to Fagernes, with connecting services to Lærdal/Årdal via Tyinkrysset. Departures are also fro...

Valdresekspressen - Oslo - Fagernes - Lærdal/Årdal

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