Fly direct to the city’s cultural events and combine them with the most beautiful scenery Norway has to offer – the Norwegian fjords. The airport bus runs every 15 minutes and you can buy tickets online in advance. Read more about how to get from Bergen Airport to the city center here.

Bergen has a ferry connection to and from the Continent. Fjord Line sails to Denmark and the ferry docks within easy walking distance of the city center. You can also travel from Stavanger and Bergen with Fjord Line.

Norway is ideal for round trips and tours with most of them including Bergen. If you are travelling to Bergen with your own car, all the roads leading to Bergen run through a fantastic landscape of fjords, mountains and waterfalls.

The Bergen Railway between Bergen and Oslo has been ranked as one of the greatest train journeys in the world. Many people take this train ride as part of Norway in a nutshell®, Norway’s most popular round trip.

Modern express boats with panoramic views take you up and down the coast and up the famous fjords – which are included on UNESCO’s World Heritage List of nature attractions. Express bus services also operate in virtually all directions. Enjoy the varied scenery on your way to Bergen.

From Stavanger to Bergen you can travel by express bus Kystbussen. The journey takes about 3 hours and 15 minutes and the bus leaves almost once an hour. Buy the ticket online before boarding and your ticket is valid on any departure on the selected day of departure.

Ship location in Bergen

You will get more information about where to find the ship, when we are getting closer to arrival day.


By air
Kristiansand Airport Kjevik is located 10 kilometers from Kristiansand city centre. You can arrive at Kjevik Airport by plane from major Norway cities. SAS, Widerøe and Norwegian have arrivals from Oslo, Bergen, Stavanger and Trondheim.
There are direct international arrivals from Copenhagen, Amsterdam, London and Gdansk. You will find four car rental firms based at Kristiansand Airport Kjevik.

To and from Kristiansand Airport Kjevik
Between Kristiansand and Kjevik the airport bus service consists of the regular bus service on line 35. The bus stop is just outside of the terminal. You will also find bussed to Lillesand, Grimstad, Arendal. Two taxi companies operates at Kristiansand airport, Kjevik. See more information about bus and taxi to and from Kristiansand Kjevik Airport.

Ship location in Kristiansand

You will get more information about where to find the ship, when we are getting closer to arrival day.

August 05-08 2020 Ocean sailing

Join this trip to experience racing a tall ship in full sail and the uniqueness of life at sea. On the way to Kristiansand on the southern tip of Norway you get a taste of southern Norway’s coastline.

DEPARTURE Bergen 05. 08. 2020 16:00
ARRIVAL Kristiansand 08. 08. 2020 09:00
NOT INCLUDED  Flights and transfers from and to the ship, drinks on board (available for local prices onboard), field trips, other personal expenses.

Join our trip from Bergen, and enjoy sailing towards Kristiansand

Bergen is Norway’s second largest city, famous among others for “Fiskebryggen” with local specialities.

After departure, you can settle into the unique rhythm of life at sea with your co-sailor colleagues, before getting the unforgettable experience of tall ships in full sail competing in a short regatta. From Bergen we head out in the North Sea, and sail along the southwestern coast of Norway.

Remember to be on board the ship 2 houres before departure.

If you arrive a day early in Bergen or leave the ship in Kristiansand you can:

Explore Bergen

Explore Kristiansand

We will sail out to the North Sea, on this ocean sailing we will go by sail as much as we can, and even arrange a regatta against the two ships.

This voyage takes us to Norway’s southernmost city of Kristiansand, with its charming old town of small wooden houses, popular wildlife and amusement parks and surrounding archipelago dotted with idyllic islets and sheltered coves.

Foto: VisitSørlandet
Foto: VisitSørlandet
Foto: VisitSørlandet
Foto: Runar Larsen
Per Holst
Foto Martin Lindholm