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Getting to Northern Norway

Northern Norway is much nearer than you think; it is a 90-minute flight from Oslo to Bodø, and London-Tromsø takes three and a half hours. The most northerly airport in the world, Longyearbyen, is less than three hours from Oslo. You can fly direct to Northern Norway from London, Stockholm, Helsinki and Murmansk, and there are hundreds of departures every week from Oslo and Southern Norway to the bigger airports in Northern Norway. There is a train from Oslo via Trondheim to Mo i Rana, Fauske and Bodø, and from Stockholm via Boden and Kiruna to Narvik. In the far north, there are buses from cities in Northern Sweden, Northern Finland and Russia to Northern Norway. The most elegant way to arrive in Northern Norway is to sail with a Hurtigruten ship from Bergen; it takes three days to sail to Bodø, four to Tromsø and five and a half to Kirkenes.  

Taking your own car to Northern Norway

Taking your own car to Northern Norway gives you wonderful freedom. Here are some tips and advice on driving to Northern Norway.  Read more

Fly to Northern Norway

Francesco Negri had been travelling for three years when he arrived at North Cape in 1664. You can make the journey in just three hours from most places in Europe.  Read more

Trains and buses to Northern Norway

If you are taking the train to Northern Norway you stay on board until you arrive at the end of the line. Make sure you don’t end up in Vladivostok. In the far north you can...  Read more

Hurtigruten – “the world’s most beautiful voyage

Get front-row seats for Helgeland’s fabulous archipelago, the Lofotveggen mountain range, the Lyngen Mountains and Finnmark’s windswept coast. No other sea cruise is as...  Read more
 
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