Geilo is easily accessible by car, and there are daily train and bus connections from Oslo and Bergen. The closest airport is Leirin, at Fagernes.
You travel comfortably and arrive quickly; approximately 3 hours from Bergen and approximately 3.5 hours from Oslo to Geilo. The NSB trains on the Bergen Line pass the most beautiful, wildest, and most untouched
nature in Norway.
The train has 5-6 arrivals/departures per day to/from Geilo. You can purchase your ticket at the NSB ticket machines, by calling+47 815 00 888 or online.
The ski train to Geilo, try our ski-ticket to Geilo.
The Geilo ski-ticket is a flexible and reasonable product that includes: – Train travel round-trip Geilo – 1-, 2- or 3-day lift card at all the ski lifts in Geilo. See www.fjordtours.com.
The airport bus between Hønefoss - Gardermoen.
See Askeladden Reiser and transport.
See Nettbuss NX 175 (Hallingbussen).
Geilo - Kongsberg.
See the Numedalsbussen schedule at www.brakar.no
Geilo w/transfer in Gol. Bus Førde, Sogndal - Geilo w/transfer in Gol. See Sogn og Fjordane
Bus from Geilo to Eidfjord-Kinsarvik-Odda.
Schedules at skyss.no (see Odda, Eidfjord, Ullensvang,
Etne and Jondal, and Route 991 Geilo-Odda).
Schedule Information Buskerud.
Tel: +47 177.
For transport toward the West, also search on www.tide.no/en
The shortest road between Oslo and Bergen is RV7, and right in the middle is Geilo. The RV7 over the Hardangervidda and along the Hardanger Fjord is a national tourist road. You can also get to Geilo via road RV50 over the mountain from west to east. The road goes through magnificent scenery between Aurland and Hol. From Hol, it is 10 km to Geilo. From Geilo, the FV40 road goes through Numedal, Kongsberg, Larvik, and on to Tønsberg and Sandefjord.
For road warnings, and incidents check the Statens Vegvesen. For English please call phone no. 175 (from Norway) or +47 815 48 991.
Distances to Geilo
Visit Geilo is the destination company for Geilo and the nearby areas. The company also runs the tourist office in Geilo.
With long traditions in home made food of local origin, Geilo and Hol has lots of small companies and restaurants that offers local food.
There are many mountain huts with cafes around Geilo. Stop by to have a meal, a hot drink og a traditional waffle.
Factories and handcraft from Geilo. Smithy work in Geilo has traditions all the way back to the 1600's. The first iron in Geilo was mined around year 0.
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