Travel to Norway
There is a wide selection of international flight and ferry connections to Norway, and there are several ways of getting around when you arrive.
Find your port of call. Visit the Opera in Oslo or plan a northern lights or midnight sun activity. Or find a kayak experience in Fjord Norway.
There are more than 50 airports in Norway, making even the northernmost places such as Lofoten accessible by plane.
There are taxis available in all cities and most towns, and drivers usually speak English.
Every city and town in Norway has a local bus service and there is an extensive network of express coaches throughout the country.
When travelling between Oslo and Bergen, go by train: the Bergen Railway is one of the most scenic train lines in the world.
Love trains? Here you will find information on Norway’s most scenic train rides, railway museums, steam trains, and more.
Book your Norway trip through one of the following US & Canadian travel providers offering a wide range of tours to Norway.
Camping with tents, trailers and caravans is very popular in Norway during summer. Find the best campsites for your next holiday.
Cruise Norway is a marketing company that provides valuable information for professionals employed by a cruise line, tour operator or travel agency.
Several cruise lines call Norwegian ports. Find a list of links to the cruise lines that have itineraries to Norway.
The Norwegian State Railways (NSB) has a well-developed network of tracks stretching from Kristiansand in the south to Bodø above the Arctic Circle.
Especially in western Norway, where all the world-famous fjords are, the road suddenly ends and the journey continues by ferry.
Here are five reasons why Norway should be your next cruise destination.
Get into the Christmas mood and win a cruise with Hurtigruten. Take part in Visitnorway's Advent calendar for your chance to win this fantastic prize.
Driving a car is one of the best ways to experience Norway at your own pace.