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Getting here and around in Fjord Norway
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Departures:Sep - Mar. Duration:4, 5, 6, 11 nights. Price:from £620
Hurtigruten traces the dramatic Norwegian coastline from Bergen and the southern fjords, up across the Arctic Circle, all the way to Lofoten and the top end of Europe. It is the name of the route rather than one of the collection of ships that ply it year round. On a winter voyage, as well as the variety of daytime activities and sights, the northern lights prove a big attraction - huge vistas providing the canvas for often spectacular displays.
Sep-Mar 4-11 nights
The plains almost land in the center of Molde. It takes you only ten minutes from the city center and the hotels by transfer bus or taxi. Scandinavian...
Ferry from the island Kvitsøy to mainland at Mekjarvik.
Monday - Friday: 10 departures, Saturday and Sunday: 8 departures.
Tickets: Onboard ferry. No...
Express ferries through the fjords are connecting south and northern part of the county together. Often the fastest way of travelling.
Ferry across Jøsenfjord from Hjelmeland to Nesvik on tourist route Ryfylke (Rv13).
From January 2016 departure every 15 minutes.
Tickets: On ferry qu...
Boats with capacity for 12 to 350 passengers for charter with crew. All kind of boats, for short and long trips, including catering, entertainment etc.
Ferry connecting islands to the mainland at Haugalandet and Ryfylke.
Tickets: sale onboard. No reservation....
The ferry from Stavanger to Tau is a car ferry running all year. The ferry leaves from Fiskepiren in Stavanger, and the crossing takes around 35-40...
Rose Express brings you from Eidesvik (Bømlo) to the island Espevær.
Here you will find the time table....
The Høgsfjord ferry is ferry connection the whole year across the Høgsfjord (Rv13) between Lauvvik and Oanes. The crossing time is 8 minutes and depart...