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Arrival in south west Norway

You can arrive in south west Norway by plane, ferry or car, giving many potential points of entry - with direct connections from England, Scotland, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Holland and France.
There are several opportunities to make Norway part of a larger touring holiday around Europe - around Scandinavia, or around the north sea, for example.
With seven airports and eight sea ferry ports, you have a lot of choices.

You may need to hire a car on arrival in Norway - especially now that there are no ferry services to England or Scotland.

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Airports

Bergen Flesland airport (BGO) has flights from Denmark (Copenhagen), Holland (Amsterdam), England (London), Scotland (Aberdeen), Sweden (Gothenberg), France (Paris beauvais, Nice), Spain (Murcia) plus the Oslo hub.
Haugesund Karmøy airport (HAU) has flights from London plus the Oslo hub.
Stavanger Sola airport (SVG) has flights from Denmark (Copenhagen or Kobenhavn , Esbjerg, Billund), Holland (Amsterdam), Germany (Frankfurt), England (London, Newcastle), Scotland (Aberdeen) and Sweden (Gothenberg or Goteborg) plus the Oslo hub.
STAVANGER - we're closer than you think! (c) www.stavanger-guide.no Kristiansand Kjevik airport (KRS) has flights from Denmark (Copenhagen), Holland (Amsterdam) plus the Oslo hub.
Sandefjord Torp airport (TRF) has flights from Denmark (Copenhagen), Holland (Amsterdam), Germany (Frankfurt), England (London, Newcastle), Scotland (Glasgow), Sweden (Stockholm) and Italy (Milan).
Fagernes airport (VDB) has flights from Oslo and charter flights from the UK in the ski season.
Oslo Gardermoen airport (OSL) is the main hub for Norway, with direct flights to more destinations

Airlines:

SAS Braathens - Scandinavian
Norwegian
Wideroe
Coast Air
KLM
RyanAir
Lufthansa

Ferry ports

Bergen has sailings from Hirtshals Denmark.
Haugesund has NO sailings at present.
Stavanger has sailings from Hirtshals Denmark.
Egersund has NO sailings at present.
Kristiansand has sailings from Hirtshals Denmark.
Larvik has sailings from Hirtshals Denmark
Sandefjord has a route from Stromstad Sweden
Oslo has sailings from Hirtshals, Fredrikshavn and Copenhagen (Denmark), Helsingborg (Sweden) and Kiel (Germany)

Ferry lines:

Color Line
FjordLine
DFDS Seaways
Stena line
Smyril line (summer)

By Car:

Norway has a long land border with Sweden to the East.
You may need to hire a car on arrival in Norway
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