Train Tickets Norway

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Rail Map - Scandinavia

Rail Map - Scandinavia

Norway by train

Travel in Norway by train
Norway is one of the most beautiful "rail countries" in the world. Some of the finest lines in the world are located in Norway, like the route from Oslo to Bergen and from Oslo to Trondheim and even further north to Bodo. 

The trains in Norway are very punctual and comfortable, it's a real treat to travel by train through the endless country. 

There are also excellent connections from Oslo to Gothenburg and Stockholm from where you can travel to Copenhagen for example. 

Is the Interrail / Eurail Pass valid in Norway? 
Yes, it is! Please keep in mind that for some trains a seat reservation may be required. 

Do you offer all train tickets to Norway? 
Yes, we offer all train tickets - always the best price, no booking fees and e-tickets! 

Which trains run to and in Norway?
Domestic very comfortable Intercity trains run between Oslo and Stavanger, Bergen, Lillehammer and Trondheim. There are night trains on this route as well. From Trondheim you can take a night train to Bodo. From Narvik, the most northern town to reach by train, a night services runs to Stockholm. 

Oslo and Stockholm are connected by a high speed train. 

What is the name of the national railways in Norway? 
The national railway company of Norway is called "Ny". 

 

 

NSB - National railways

NSB is the name of the national railways of Norway and exploits all major line like Oslo-Stavanger, Oslo-Bergen and Oslo-Lillehammer-Trondheim-Bodo. 

The trains of the NSB are very convenient and punctual. Between major cities there aren't much trains running each day because of the large distances. For example between Oslo and Bergen, the two main cities, there are only app. 4-5 trains per day. 

If you travel from Trondheim to Bodo in the far north there are two trains a day, one day trains and one night train. 

The NSB does not run the Flam railway from Myrdal (on the Bergen-Oslo line) to Flam, this railway is privately owned.  

Mini Pris

The cheapest promo fare of the NSB is called Mini Pris. If you book early (very) cheap train tickets are available. 

Travel by Intercity trains

Flamsbanen

  • Myrdal (on the Bergen-Oslo line) to Flam 
  • From high in the mountains to sea level in less than 1 hour
  • Very steep railway track
  • Beautiful green valley 
  • Flam is located at the end of the longest fjord in Norway 
  • Flam-Geiringen by boat through a very narrow side fjord 

  • More information and photos

Rauma Railway

  • Andalsness to Dombas on the Oslo-Trondheim line
  • Andalsness is a pretty town with a small fishing harbor
  • Beautiful train ride of 1 hour 
  • High mountains, green valleys 

  • More information and photos

Norway in a Nutshell

Validity: 

  • Tickets are valid for 1 month
  • Only possible for second class (very comfortable, would be 1st class in most other countries!)
  • Seat reservations are not required, you can just take any train, bus or boat on the route
  • Tickets are also valid in the opposite direction
  • You can take any train, bus and boat on the route you book
  • If you wish, you can break the route into multiple travel days 
  • The trains/ferries/buses run several times daily
  • Children up to 15 years get a discount of 50%
  • Special discounted fares for holders of an Interrail or Eurail Pass