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For further details on schedules and prices, contact the companies directly or ask your local travel agent.


Color Line add extra colour to your trip to Norway, based on our motto that the holiday experience starts from the moment you step on board one of our ships. Color Line is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Color Group ASA. The company operates four international cruise ferry lines between ten ports in Norway, Germany, Denmark and Sweden. The Color Line fleet totals six ships.

Color Line´s ships offer facilities and activities suitable for every age group. On board there are all categories of restaurants and large tax-free shops with a wide selection of goods.

Onboard the Color Line´s ship tax-free shops the Color Shop department is well stocked with clothes for children and adults a wide selection of well-known brands, leather goods, jewellery, cigarettes, tobacco, sweets, chocolate and our wine department has a wide variety of fine wines from around the world. In addition there is a broad range of the best-known brands of spirits.

The Color Line terminals in Norway: Oslo, Larvik, Kristiansand and Sandefjord.
The Color Line terminals in Denmark: Hirtshals.
The Color Line terminals in Germany: Kiel.


Fjord Line is a modern and public-minded shipping company focusing on safe and pleasant transportation between Norway and the European continent. We operate the passenger vessel "MS Bergensfjord". In addition to passenger traffic we also have adequate capacity for goods and vehicle transport.

We have departures between:

Bergen - Stavanger - Hirtshals
Kristiansand - Hirtshals
Langesund - Hirtshals
Sandefjord - Strömstad

Hirtshals is in Denmark and Strömstad in Sweden.


Stena Line is one of the world´s largest ferry companies with a modern fleet of 35 vessels and Europe´s most comprehensive route network consisting of 18 ferry routes in Scandinavia and around the UK. By constantly developing its products and services, Stena Line has achieved a strong position with significant market shares on all its market sectors.

The Stena Line port in Norway: Oslo.
The Stena Line terminal in Denmark: København.


DFDS shipping network integrates freight and passenger services. DFDS operates 64 vessels. For passengers, we provide great maritime experiences as well as transport services for passengers travelling by car. Other types of vessels are passenger ships, Ro-Pax ships that are combined passenger and ro-ro ships, container ships, side-port and tramp ships.

The DFDS port in Norway: Oslo.
The DFDS Seaways terminal in Denmark: Fredrikshavn.


Norwegian roads have varying quality. General speed limit is 80 kmh and speed is often slower due to road conditions. Police patrol highways in marked and unmarked cars. The main roads are the European highways indicated with an "E" in front of the number. E-roads. Roads numbered as part of the International E-road network, no national number in addition, signs are white on green.

National roads. Other main roads ("green roads") in addition to E-roads, signs white on green.

Numbered roads. Regional numbered roads (shown on road signs), signs black on white.

Other roads. Regional and local roads.


Oslo International Airport Gardermoen (OSL) lies in Ullensaker. The Airport lies approximately a 20 minutes drive by car from Oslo. Taxi price is approximately NOK 850,-

An ever-increasing range of departure points and more regular flights together bring Norway closer and closer. Contact the carriers directly, or your local travel agency, for details on timetables and fares.


Norwegian Air Shuttle is a low-fare, point-to-point airline. Norwegian launched a program of low-cost domestic flights between Oslo, Rygge, Bergen, Kristiansand, Stavanger, Trondheim, Tromsø, Alta, Kirkenes, Harstad, Narvik, Bodø, Bardufoss and Longyearbyen.

Norwegian Air Shuttle have also a international routes to several destinations using a fleet of Boeing 737 aircraft.


Welcome to Scandinavian Airlines, the biggest airline company in Scandinavia. We offer cheap flight tickets on flights to and from Europe with our intercontinental flights leaving from Copenhagen or Stockholm to North America and Asia. SAS has flight deals in three service classes: Economy class, Economy Extra and Business class.

SAS Destinations in Norway:
Ålesund, Bergen, Haugesund, Kristiansand, Kristiansund, Molde, Oslo, Stavanger, Trondheim, Alta, Bodø, Harstad - Narvik, Kirkenes, Longyearbyen and Tromsø.


Widerøe is a regional airline and the largest regional airline in the Nordic countries. The remaining services consist of services on primary airports in Northern Norway, and services from Sandefjord Airport to other primary airports, and some international services from Oslo Airport, Kristiansand Airport, Stavanger Airport, Bergen Airport and Trondheim Airport. Today Widerøe has 330 daily departures to 36 domestic and 7 international destinations including our summer schedule and in excess of 2 million passengers annually.

The company has its head offices in Bodø, although it retains a large administrative center in Lysaker.


British Airways is the flag carrier airline of the United Kingdom and its largest airline based on fleet size, international flights and international destinations. When measured by passengers carried it is second-largest, behind easyJet.

British Airways operates up to four flights a day from London to Oslo - services depart from both Gatwick and Heathrow.

British Airways Destinations in Norway:
Bergen, Oslo and Stord.


Ryanair operate twice - daily service between London Stansted and Oslo (south) and Oslo (southeastern).

Oslo (south):

Torp airport is located near Sandefjord and approximately 130 km from Oslo.

Oslo (southeastern):

Moss Airport Rygge is located in Moss, approximately 60 km from Oslo.

Daily between London Stansted and Haugesund. Haugesund is located near Stavanger on the West coast.