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In Hardanger you will find accommodation that suits any budget, from cabins to historic hotels - Photo: Oddland Camping
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In Hardanger you will find accommodation that suits any budget, from cabins to historic hotels Photo: Oddland Camping

Getting to the Hardangerfjord Region and around

The Hardangerfjord region is easy to reach by car, plane, boat or public transport.

Travel to Hardanger

The Hardangerfjord in a nutshell
This tour is an extraordinary roundtrip using train, bus and boat - all in one ticket. The roundtrip is available from 1 May to 30 September. The tour starts and ends in Bergen or Oslo. You may stop along the route and choose your accommodation.

By air
The nearest international airports to Hardanger are in Bergen (BGO) and Haugesund (HAU).

Read more about direct routes to Bergen and direct routes to Haugesund.

By train
The Bergen Railway operated by Norwegian State Railways (NSB) connects Oslo and Bergen. From Bergen, Voss and Geilo there are bus routes going to Hardanger.

By bus

By boat

Travel within Hardanger

Hardangerfjord sightseeing is a daily fjord cruise operated by Norled between Norheimsund and Eidfjord from 1 May to 30 September, calling at several ports in Hardanger - Herand, Utne, Lofthus, Kinsarvik and Ulvik. There are corresponding bus routes to and from Bergen.

Information about bus routes in Hardanger on skyss.no.

Car ferry services in Hardanger:
Kinsarvik-Utne- Kvanndal
Jondal -Tørvikbygd
Timetables and information at norled.no.

Driving distances to the Hardangerfjord

  • Bergen: 46 miles, 1 hour
  • Haugesund: 74 miles, 2 hours
  • Stavanger: 105 miles, 3 hours
  • Larvik: 173 miles, 4.5 hours
  • Oslo: 186 miles, 5 hours
  • Kristiansand: 186 miles, 5 hours
  • Trondheim: 360 miles, 10 hours
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Trolltunga is a narrow rock that is hovering 2,296 feet above lake Ringedalsvatnet i Skjeggedal valley - Photo: Scott Sporleder/Fjord Norway
Trolltunga is a narrow rock that is hovering 2,296 feet above lake Ringedalsvatnet i Skjeggedal valley
Hardangerfjord sightseeing offers daily fjordcruises from Norheimsund to Eidfjord - Photo: Samferdselsfoto
Hardangerfjord sightseeing offers daily fjordcruises from Norheimsund to Eidfjord
The Hardanger bridge is a suspension bridge with a main span of 4,297 feet - Photo: Ingve Kjosås
The Hardanger bridge is a suspension bridge with a main span of 4,297 feet
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In Hardanger you will find accommodation that suits any budget, from cabins to historic hotels - Photo: Oddland Camping

Getting to the Hardangerfjord Region and around

The Hardangerfjord region is easy to reach by car, plane, boat or public transport.

Getting to the Hardangerfjord Region and around

Source: Visitnorway

About the Hardangerfjord Region

Tourist information in the Hardangerfjord Region

The tourist information offices in the Hardangerfjord Region will provide you with useful information and tips to explore the area.

Key facts about the Hardangerfjord Region

The Hardangerfjord region offers spectacular nature and living culture, and is a perfect choice for active or more relaxing holidays.

The Hardangerfjord Region

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