Norway is closer by than people might think – only several hours by air, and with numerous flight departures every day, it couldn’t be easier to get there. Or if you have the time, make the journey part of your holiday and travel by ferry, train or car.
All the large cities and towns have airports catering for both international and domestic flights. In fact, there are more than 50 airports in Norway serviced through regular routes, making even remote places such as the Lofoten Islands, the North Cape and Spitsbergen (Svalbard) easily accessible by plane.
However, you must be prepared to maybe change planes once in order to reach your final destination in Norway.
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Norway’s main airport is Oslo Airport Gardermoen where most of the international traffic arrives.
Other international airports in Norway are:
Some of the airlines that fly to Norway
There are many ferries sailing from Denmark:
From Germany (Kiel) Color Line’s ships Color Fantasy and Color Magic take you to Norway. Color Line also sails from Sweden (Strömstad).
Herangtunet in Valdres, 3 hours away from Oslo with good access both in winter and summer.
Coming from Oslo – Follow direction Sandvika (E18)
When you are in Sandvika (E16) you should drive into the direction of Fagernes (200 km) Once in Fagerness, follow the RV51 direction Beitostølen (approx. 21 km). You will pass a sign that says “Herangtunet”, turn left direction Volbu, first right at sign Herangtunet
21 km away from Fagernes and 15 km from Beitostølen, south-east of the end of the Heggefjord in Valdres. GPS: N 61.13000 : E 9.08180 : 500 moh
Herangtunet Boutique Hotel Norway,
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