Hardanger is a five-hour drive from Oslo, and a one-hour drive from Bergen. The area is easily accessed by car or public transport.
The nearest international airports are in Bergen (BGO) and Haugesund (HAU).
Direct routes to Bergen: www.avinor.no/flyplass/bergen
Direct routes to Haugesund: www.avinor.no/flyplass/haugesund
The Bergen Railway connects Oslo and Bergen. www.nsb.no.
From Bergen, Voss and Geilo there are bus routes going to Hardanger. www.skyss.no
NOR-WAY bussekspress (express buses) connects Hardanger with Oslo, Sandefjord, Larvik, Kristiansand, Stavanger and Haugesund. www.nor-way.no
Local bus routes from Bergen, Voss and within Hardanger. www.skyss.no
Trolltunga-Preikestolen ekspressen, daily bus connection in July-August connecting Hardanger, Ryfylke and Stavanger. Book your ticket at Gofjords.com
Hardangerfjordekspressen, passenger ferry service between Bergen-Rosendal. www.rodne.no
Fjord Line (Denmark - Stavanger - Bergen) www.fjordline.no
Color Line (Denmark/Germany - Norway) www.colorline.no
DFDS SEAWAYS (Denmark - Norway) www.dfdsseaways.no
Stena Line (Denmark - Norway) www.stenaline.no
"Hardangerfjord in a nutshell", "Hardangerfjord in a nutshell winter" and "Hardangerfjorden in a nutshell & Rosendal" are ready-made roundtrips starting in Oslo or Bergen including the Hardangerfjord region. All travel by train, bus and passenger ferries, and includes a sightseeing trip to the famous Vøringsfossen and Hardangervidda Nature Centre Eidfjord. When ordering you are free to include overnight stops and activities along the route.
DRIVING DISTANCES TO THE HARDANGERFJORD REGION
• From Bergen: 75 kilometres – 1 hour
• From Haugesund: 120 kilometres – 2 hours
• From Stavanger: 170 kilometres – 3 hours
• From Larvik: 280 kilometres – 4 hours and 30 minutes
• From Oslo: 300 kilometres – 5 hours
• From Kristiansand: 300 kilometres – 5 hours
• From Trondheim: 580 kilometres – 10 hours