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Norway Tours & Activities

Norway Fjords Spring

Fantastic in Spring

Enjoy a Norway Fjord Tour

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Norway in a Nutshell

Open year round

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Bucolic Bergen

The Fjords Gateway

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Enjoy Flam

Start point to Fjords

Norwegian Attractions by Train

Here you will find some exciting scenery attractions in Norway that could be completed by train. You may check the northern lights at Bodo and be amazed by the Aurora Borealis, one of the most amazing natural phenomena on the world. It´s just a click away. Below you will find a brief description on these routes. Meet the rest personally! Enjoy!

Attractions



Norway in a Nutshell

The Norway in a Nutshell trip takes you through some of Norway's most beautiful fjord scenery. You will experience the scenic Bergen Railway, the breathtaking Flåm Railway, the Aurlandsfjord, the narrow and dramatic UNESCO-protected Nærøyfjord and the steep hairpin bends of Stalheimskleiva (May-September).

The trip is available as a day tour or as a tour with overnight stays en route. You can start the tour in Oslo, Bergen, Voss or Flam, no matter the season, in winter, spring, summer or fall.

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Northern Lights - Aurora Borealis

It is often said that the northern parts of Norway is the best places in the world to see the northern light. If we are to be honest, that is only partially true, as the lights can be just as visible from destinations outside of Norway. But few countries can rival the vast selection of activities, tours, cruises, restaurants and hotels which all play an important part in this arctic experience.

It’s like a celestial ballet of light dancing across the night sky, with a colour palette (green, pink, violet) reminiscent of a really cool fashion show from the 1980s. To the locals in Northern Norway, the northern lights are a part of life. In this area the aurora borealis has been, and still is, a fertile source for art, mythology and legends.

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Jotunheimen National Park

Jotunheimen is a largely undisturbed mountain area in Eastern Norway, covering an area of roughly 3,500 square kilometres, including Norway's highest mountains Galdhøpiggen (2,469 m) and Glittertind (2,464 m), as well as waterfalls, rivers, lakes, glaciers and valleys.

Jotunheimen, which is Norway’s most popular national park and a part of The National Park Region, is ideal for cross-country and alpine skiers, cyclists and climbers who enjoy the experience of basically undisturbed nature and fresh air.
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The Midnight Sun

It’s tempting to wonder about all the sights and experiences that have been made under the midnight sun through the ages – by people living off the sea at the Lofoten and Vesterålen archipelagos, or the Sami reindeer herders of the far north.

The earth is rotating at a tilted axis relative to the sun, and during the summer months the North Pole is angled towards our star. That’s why, for several weeks, the sun never sets above the Arctic Circle.

Going there, you can live these moments yourself: Doing a whale safari, or exploring the wilderness inland, takes on a new dimension at night in the summer months, when you literally get to see the nature and wildlife in a different light.

Approximate dates when you can see the midnight sun at Bodø from 4th June until 8th July.

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Arctic Circle Train

Catch the Arctic Circle Train to visit many exciting destinations between Narvik (Norway) and Kiruna (Sweden). Combine spectacular scenery with skiing and a killer whale safari.

Kiruna is the place to experience the midnight sun, polar night and the fantastical Northern Lights as they illuminate the skies with cascades of colour. Kiruna is also the place to go dog sledding and cross-country skiing through forests and alongside lakes, to visit Esrange, Europe’s largest civil space centre, or witness the historical relocation of Kiruna.

Close to Kiruna is Jukkasjärvi, where you can visit the world-renowned Ice Hotel and find out how it feels to sleep in a bed made of ice. This Norwegian coastal town offers exciting killer whale safaris where these giants can be watched in their natural habitat. There are also many excellent ski slopes in Narvik.

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Useful Information

  • Oslo

    Oslo Central Station (Norwegian: Oslo sentralstasjon, abbreviated Oslo S) is the main railway station in Oslo, and the largest railway station within the entire Norwegian railway system. It is the terminus of Drammen Line, Gardermoen Line, Gjøvik Line, Hoved Line and Østfold Line. It serves express, regional and local rail services by four companies. The railway station is owned and operated by Norwegian National Rail Administration and was opened in 1980.

    Oslo Central was built on the site of the older Oslo East Station (Oslo Østbanestasjon, Oslo Ø), the combining of the former east and west stations being made possible by the opening of the Oslo Tunnel. Oslo Central has nineteen tracks, thirteen of which have connections through the Oslo Tunnel. The station has two buildings, the original Oslo East building and the newer main building for Oslo Central. Each building houses a large shopping centre. The square in front of the station is called Jernbanetorget.

    Opening hours:
    Oslo S: Mon - Sun: 03.45 -01.30.
    Oslo Østbanehallen: Mon - Sun: 06.00 - 23.00.

    • Address: Jernbanetorget 1, 0154 Oslo

    View location on map: Google map


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    SJ, NSB and DBS - Rail information for disabled costumers
    SJ, NSB and DBS wants the train to be a practical means of transport for everyone.

    We will always do our best to help disabled passengers that need assistance, but if you need help when travelling by rail, it is best to check if it is possible to book any assistance in advance and for that you will have to contact the train companies according to the country you are in.

    Sweden (SJ trains):

    • If you have a disability, you can order an escort when traveling with SJ or any other train company, without any additional cost.
    • You can get help with escorting to and from the train and at the change of trains. Escorting Available at many stations around Sweden.
    • Book escorting least 24 hours before departure on telephone 0771-75 75 75. To make travel safe and secure, we need to know the dimensions of the wheelchair or rollator and how much it weighs and passengers together. Please have this information ready when you call to book.
    • If you need to cancel the escort, you do so by telephone 0771-75 75 75. Cancel within 12 hours before departure so that we can inform those performing the escort.
    • Narrow your luggage you take with you on board the two smaller parcels, and a maximum of 20 kilos.
    • At train stations with an escort is designated venues. The companion has yellow vest and helps you to train. If the attendant has not come to your appointment, call 0774-44 55 55.
    • When aboard the train the crew will help you to find your location (seats).
    Norway (NSB trains):
    • Space for wheelchairs meets international standards and measures 700 x 1200 millimetres. The wheelchair and occupant together must not weigh more than 250-350 kilos. If these requirements are met, the wheelchair can be secured during the journey and the user will have access to a disabled toilet, ramps and lifts where fitted.
    • The limitations of the wheelchair lifts vary from train type to train type. If the combined weight of the passenger and wheelchair exceed these limitations, the lift will not work. Assistive devices such as rails have a weight limit of 250 kilos and ramps on the stations a limit of 300 kilos. Motorised wheelchairs must also be type-approved as wheelchairs by the Norwegian national reimbursement scheme for assistive devices.
    • The wheelchair must be able to be securely fixed in the designated space. Otherwise, it may move in the event of an unintended incident and block potential escape routes if the train has to be evacuated; it may constitute a safety risk both for the user and for other passengers.
    • You can also check about assistance by contacting the NSB Call Centre on tel. 815 00 888/+47 23 62 00 00.
    Denmark (DSB trains):
    • Physical accessibility in Danish society has been rapidly improving over the last few decades. As a disabled visitor, you can access a wide variety of places, services and experiences on holiday in Denmark. Many local tourist offices have disability guides to their local area. They are easily located localy and could be contacted only in person.
    • Accessibility on Danish trains, buses, ferries and at airports is tailored to meet the needs of disabled visitors. Most ferries have special cabins and wide elevators for disabled passengers. Disabled toilets are provided on trains, as well as lifts and ramps for access on and off the train.
    • If you need to rent a wheelchair or another device to assist you during your holiday in Denmark, contact one the following services: Senior Shop on +45 39 43 05 50, Danish Care Technology on +45 58 85 34 40, or Falck Aids on +45 48 17 13 55.

  • Bergen

    Bergen Station (Norwegian: Bergen stasjon) is the main railway station in the city of Bergen, Norway. It is a terminal station on the Bergen Line, and serves trains from Oslo as well as the Bergen Commuter Rail from Arna, Voss and Myrdal. It is located on the east side of the city centre and has four platforms. The station was opened in 1913, four years after the Bergen Line itself opened; it replaced a former main station[specify] that was located further west.

    Monday to friday: 06:45 - 19:15, Saturday to sunday: 07:30 - 16:00

    • Address: Strømgt.4, 5015 Bergen

    View location on map: Google map


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    SJ, NSB and DBS - Rail information for disabled costumers
    SJ, NSB and DBS wants the train to be a practical means of transport for everyone.

    We will always do our best to help disabled passengers that need assistance, but if you need help when travelling by rail, it is best to check if it is possible to book any assistance in advance and for that you will have to contact the train companies according to the country you are in.

    Sweden (SJ trains):

    • If you have a disability, you can order an escort when traveling with SJ or any other train company, without any additional cost.
    • You can get help with escorting to and from the train and at the change of trains. Escorting Available at many stations around Sweden.
    • Book escorting least 24 hours before departure on telephone 0771-75 75 75. To make travel safe and secure, we need to know the dimensions of the wheelchair or rollator and how much it weighs and passengers together. Please have this information ready when you call to book.
    • If you need to cancel the escort, you do so by telephone 0771-75 75 75. Cancel within 12 hours before departure so that we can inform those performing the escort.
    • Narrow your luggage you take with you on board the two smaller parcels, and a maximum of 20 kilos.
    • At train stations with an escort is designated venues. The companion has yellow vest and helps you to train. If the attendant has not come to your appointment, call 0774-44 55 55.
    • When aboard the train the crew will help you to find your location (seats).
    Norway (NSB trains):
    • Space for wheelchairs meets international standards and measures 700 x 1200 millimetres. The wheelchair and occupant together must not weigh more than 250-350 kilos. If these requirements are met, the wheelchair can be secured during the journey and the user will have access to a disabled toilet, ramps and lifts where fitted.
    • The limitations of the wheelchair lifts vary from train type to train type. If the combined weight of the passenger and wheelchair exceed these limitations, the lift will not work. Assistive devices such as rails have a weight limit of 250 kilos and ramps on the stations a limit of 300 kilos. Motorised wheelchairs must also be type-approved as wheelchairs by the Norwegian national reimbursement scheme for assistive devices.
    • The wheelchair must be able to be securely fixed in the designated space. Otherwise, it may move in the event of an unintended incident and block potential escape routes if the train has to be evacuated; it may constitute a safety risk both for the user and for other passengers.
    • You can also check about assistance by contacting the NSB Call Centre on tel. 815 00 888/+47 23 62 00 00.
    Denmark (DSB trains):
    • Physical accessibility in Danish society has been rapidly improving over the last few decades. As a disabled visitor, you can access a wide variety of places, services and experiences on holiday in Denmark. Many local tourist offices have disability guides to their local area. They are easily located localy and could be contacted only in person.
    • Accessibility on Danish trains, buses, ferries and at airports is tailored to meet the needs of disabled visitors. Most ferries have special cabins and wide elevators for disabled passengers. Disabled toilets are provided on trains, as well as lifts and ramps for access on and off the train.
    • If you need to rent a wheelchair or another device to assist you during your holiday in Denmark, contact one the following services: Senior Shop on +45 39 43 05 50, Danish Care Technology on +45 58 85 34 40, or Falck Aids on +45 48 17 13 55.


 

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