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The Rauma Railway between Dombås and Åndalsnes, Norway - Photo: Leif J. Olestad
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The Rauma Railway between Dombås and Åndalsnes, Norway Photo: Leif J. Olestad

Getting to Molde and Romsdal and around

Molde and Romsdal lie 500 kilometers from Oslo and 450 kilometers from Bergen. The area is accessible by train, ferry, Hurtigruten, bus and plane.

By plane

Only five kilometers from Molde center, Molde Airport Årø is situated and has daily direct flihgts to Oslo, Trondheim and Bergen. The airport shuttle bus connects with all flights, and stops by the hotels in Molde and at the bus station.

By Hurtigruten (The Norwegian Coastal Voyage)

Both northbound and southbound Hurtigruten call at Molde every day all year round. The northbound ship calls at Molde at 9:15 pm, and leaves again at 10 pm between mid-April and mid-September. The rest of the year the ship arrives at 6 pm, and leaves again at 6:30 pm. The southbound ship arrives in Molde at 9 pm, and leaves again at 9:30 pm, year round.

By ferries and express boats

The ferries in the region serve the fjords from early morning to far into the night. It is not necessary to book ahead. To be sure to get a place for your car, meet in the harbour in good time before departure. This is especially important during the high season in summer, and during big events. You buy your ticket on board, directly to the ferry crew. The prices vary depending on the length of the trip and the length of your car.  For more information, please contact Fjord1 or tinde.no.

By bus

There are daily express buses to and from Trondheim, Bergen and Oslo with Nor-Way Bussekspress. Local buses serve most places in the region, and there is a local city bus in Molde. The airport shuttle bus brings you to/from Molde Airport, and there is a connecting bus to the Rauma Railway at Åndalsnes.
If you want timetables for buses in the region, check the webpages Trafikanten Møre and Romsdal or call 177. If you are calling from outside Møre and Romsdal county, you can call +47 71 58 78 00.

By train

The Rauma Railway, which is operated by the Norwegian State Railways (NSB) has daily departures from Åndalsnes to Oslo and Trondheim, with connections to other destinations in Norway. The Rauma Railway also has guided tours from Åndalsnes to Bjorli and back during the summer season.

By car

Molde, Åndalsnes, the Trollstigen Mountain Road and the Atlantic Road are very nice to explore by car. Do not stress, take your time and stop to enjoy the beautiful nature and views.

From Oslo, follow the E6 north to Dombås, then the E136 in direction Åndalsnes.

From Trondheim, follow the E39 south to Krifast/Gjemnes.

From Bergen, follow the E39 north to Vestnes.

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The Rauma Railway between Dombås and Åndalsnes, Norway - Photo: Leif J. Olestad

Getting to Molde and Romsdal and around

Molde and Romsdal lie 500 kilometers from Oslo and 450 kilometers from Bergen. The area is accessible by train, ferry, Hurtigruten, bus and plane.

Getting to Molde and Romsdal and around

Source: Visitnorway

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