The city of Bodø is home to astounding arctic experiences, magical scenic surroundings and mouth-watering culinary delight.Gateway to Norway’s true north and home to the world’s strongest maelstrom Saltstraumen Bodø is close to some of Norway’s most spectacular sights and a perfect location for visiting the majestic Lofoten Islands.

Getting to Bodø is part of the adventure. The airport is only a kilometre away from the city centre. You can arrive by sea on the Hurtigruten coastal express and continue your journey in the beautiful region of Nordland by express boat or ferry. Or why not drive there along the scenic Coastal Route (Kystriksveien) or arrive by train and cross the Arctic Circle via the Saltfjellet mountain range.

Information from Visitnorway.com

Bodø

Flight

Bodø Airport is located 1200 meters from Bodø city center, so you can actually walk the short distance to the town.

The airport has up to 13 daily connections to Oslo (Gardermoen, OSL), 7 Trondheim (Værnes), 6 to Tromso and up to 18 daily direct connections to Lofoten. You can fly SAS, Norwegian, Widerøe and Wizz Air to Bodø airport.

Train

The Nordlandsbanen is called one of the world’s most beautiful train lines, and winds its way 730 km north from Trondheim to Bodø.

Bodo station is end station on Nordlandsbanen, 728.75 km from Trondheim.
The station is located roughly 400 meters east of Bodø, located at the junction Jernbaneveien, Bankgata and Sjøgata.

For more information see: Travel information

Ship location in Bodø