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Travel without a car

It has never been easier to travel to Fjord Norway, with great flight connections from London and several other major UK cities.

There are good transport connections in Fjord Norway, but it may be hard to find the right information. Here are a few tips that can be easily explored by public transport and some options for green travel, for those who do not want to pick up a hire car at the airport.

Great savings with a Fjord Pass

With a Fjord Pass you receive up to 50% discount on hotels in Fjord Norway as well as good discounts on activities and selected Fjord1 tourist ferries. Read more about the Fjord Pass.

Hostelling International Norway - the HI life

If you agree that travelling is about new experiences, you will be pleased to hear that none of the HI Hostels are identical. In Fjord Norway, there are 29 hostels to choose from, from country houses to log cabins.

Norled – travel the fjords by boat, like the locals

The Norwegian coast and fjords offer a unique combination of breathtaking nature, folklore and history that date back to the origins of European culture. Read more about Norled’s fjord trips.

Fjord1 – explore the famous UNESCO fjords by boat

An air of nostalgia permeates the landscape, where small homesteads cling to the sides of steep mountains that plunge into the fjord. Snow-capped peaks reaching up to 1,800 metres form a striking contrast to the dark, deep fjord – it is an experience you will never forget. Read more about Fjord1’s fjord trips.

Experience the incredible Flåm Railway in the Sognefjord

Discover the scenic, steep train journey that goes from the mountain station of Myrdal down to Flåm station, nestled in the innermost corner of the Aurlandsfjord. Read more about the Flåm Railway.