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Norway is known for never-ending days, breathtaking nature and unforgettable experiences, and you can get it all with one single airline ticket. Widerøe flies to small and exotic destinations all over the country, like Fjord Norway, Røros, Helgeland, the Lofoten Islands, Finnmark and the North Cape.

The Explore Norway Ticket is valid for unlimited travel in Norway for two consecutive weeks and gives you the freedom to pick your favourite destinations and visit as many of them as you like.

You can fly with Widerøe from Aberdeen to Bergen and Stavanger, from Gothenburg to Oslo and from Copenhagen to Haugesund. The flight to Norway is included in the Explore Norway Ticket.

Widerøe has divided Norway into three zones, and you can choose to travel in one zone, two zones or all of Norway. The ticket is valid for two weeks, but if that isn’t enough, you can buy an additional week.

The Explore Norway Ticket is perfect if you want to cover long distances and see the fjords and the midnight sun, climb the largest mountains, see the most famous sights, and enjoy the nightlife in the bigger cities, all in one holiday. The choice is yours, and the view from the airplane is included in the price.

See it all with Widerøe

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Photo: Sverre Hjørnevik/visitnorway.com
Photo: Sverre Hjørnevik/visitnorway.com

Fly and Bike

Fly and bike is a concept that allows you to pick up and drop off a rental bike at selected airports in Norway. With a bike, you can easily explore the destinations and visit the local sights and attractions without having to rent a car or depend on local transportation. It is even healthier, for both you and the environment. Fly and Bike can be combined with both the Explore Norway Ticket and ordinary tickets.

Rental bikes are available at

  • Alta
  • Hammerfest
  • Tromsø
  • Vesterålen
  • Lofoten
  • Bodø
  • Helgeland
  • Namsos
  • Rørvik
  • Sogndal
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Scandic to go.
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Summer offer from Scandic Hotels

This summer you can stay 13 nights at 70 Scandic Hotels in Norway during the period 20. June–21. August, 2016.

Get inspired!

‘Under a summer sun that – at least in parts of the country – literally doesn’t set, the Norwegian cities are bustling with life around the clock – while the postcard nature and coastline will call for you to go on adventures.’

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