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If travelling to Flåm from Oslo definitely take the train. The first half of the journey from Oslo to Myrdal is just your average train journey, but by the second half you have acended up to around 1200m and are high on one of the...More
A nice railway with pleasant views as you climb through about 4,000 feet and reach some glaciers. This railway provides a connection to Flam. Smooth rolling stock and if you use the toilet, remember to push the LOCK button.
One can fly quickly between Oslo and Bergen in a few moments or, better by far, one can take the train which winds its way through some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world. It is hard to imagine why anyone who wants to...More
This is a long trip and we arrived an hour late (reason not given) which was after midnight on a rainy night with a long walk to the hotel with our luggage. Not enough taxis upon arrival in Bergen for such a full train on...More
It is said in many tour books that if you travel to Norway and do not see the Fjords then you have not been to Norway. The Fjords you need to see are on the east coast of Norway in the Bergen area far from...More
This train crosses the southern part of Norway and is a very scenic ride. We did not do the Flam extension but what we saw was stunning. Even snow at the higher elevations ( 4,000 ft).
Seats were comfortable and windows large. If you plan...More
The best option might be to take the Norwegian train from Oslo to Bergen then from Bergen take the ships through the fjords and back to Bergen and return to Oslo on the train. The Norwegian railway is equipped to accomodate... More
The best option might be to take the Norwegian train from Oslo to Bergen then from Bergen take the ships through the fjords and back to Bergen and return to Oslo on the train. The Norwegian railway is equipped to accomodate everyone. The ships that travel the Sonjefjord can also accept everyone.There are also flights from Oslo to Bergen if you need to save time.