By Train

There are regular train departures to Stavanger from Oslo via Kristiansand, and the journey takes about eight hours.
The local train between Stavanger and Egersund departs at least once every hour, providing easy access to the Jæren area.

By plane

Stavanger has Norway’s second largest airport when it comes to international air traffic. To/from Stavanger International Airport Sola, there are direct flights from more than 60 destinations in Norway and abroad.

An airport shuttle bus links the airport and the city centre of Stavanger. It departs every 20 minutes, and travel time is approximately 30 minutes.

For more information, check out: Travel information

Ship location in Stavanger

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


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.

June 24- 27 2020 Coastal cruise

Join this trip to experience a coastal cruise that includes a stopover in beautiful Rosendal.  You can also enjoy unique local cuisine, visit Norway’s only Barony or take a walk in the “Fairy Tale ” – Wood.

DEPARTURE Stavanger 24. 06. 2020 14:00
ARRIVAL Bergen 27.06. 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 this trip to experience a coastal cruise that includes a half-day in Bergen and stopovers to see some of western Norway’s natural marvels, such as Hardangerfjord and the glaciers of Folgefonna National Park. You can also enjoy unique local cuisine, visit Norway’s only Barony, and choose to arrive a day early to see the cosmopolitan oil capital of Stavanger.

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

After one day, we make a stop in Rosendal, you can visit the Barony if you want, read more about it here:

A bus will take you to Odda where you can join our guides on a fantastisc walk in the “Fairy Tale” – wood, this is not included and mus be prebooked.

Price “Fairy Tale” Wood NOK 1500,- per person.

You can also walk around and get to know Odda or the Aga-Museum:

The ships will meet you in Odda and we prepare a special meal from the local cuisine in the evening!

The final leg of the voyage takes us to Bergen for a half-day in Norway’s “second city”. An outpost on the west coast, Bergen is known for its history of international trade and ability to withstand one of the wettest climates in Europe. Surrounded by islands and mountains, Bergen is a World Heritage site, an international hub for aquaculture, shipping, the offshore industry and subsea technology, in addition to being Norway’s busiest port.

And why not arrive a day before departure, to explore the cosmopolitan oil capital of Stavanger, with its beautiful fjords, mountains, and long, white beaches, not to mention Norway’s best surfing conditions along the beaches at Jæren.

Foto:Martin Håndlykken /
Foto: Rune Larsen
Foto: Rune Larsen
Foto: Håvard Hanasand
Foto: Håvard Hanasand
Foto: Martin Håndlykken /