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Getting to Stavanger

STAVANGER, THE FOURTH LARGEST CITY AND METROPOLITAN REGION IN NORWAY, IS LOCATED ON THE COUNTRY’S SOUTHWEST COAST, BETWEEN BERGEN AND KRISTIANSAND. THE CITY IS SERVICED BY AN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AND IS ALSO EASILY REACHABLE BY TRAIN.

TRAVELLING BY AIR

Stavanger International Airport, Sola (Stavanger Lufthavn, Sola), offers direct flights from and to 27 destinations, both domestic and international.  IATA Airport Code: SVG

Airlines that Service Stavanger Lufthavn
KLM/Royal Dutch Airlines (Skyteam Alliance); SAS/Scandinavian Airlines (Star Alliance); Norwegian

Shuttle Bus
There is a shuttle bus (Flybussen) with departures every 20 minutes, linking the airport to Stavanger’s city center. Travel time is approximately 30 minutes. MORE INFORMATION / TICKETS

TRAVELLING FROM BERGEN

Via Bus
There are daily bus departures between Bergen’s central bus station (Bergen busstasjon) to Stavanger’s central station (Stavanger Stasjon). Travel time is 4-6 hours, depending on the chosen departure.
MORE INFORMATION / TICKETS

Via (own) Vehicle
The drive between Bergen and Stavanger takes between 5-7 hours, depending on the chosen route. GOOGLE MAP

TRAVELLING FROM OSLO

Via Train  
The Norwegian State Railway, NSB, has daily train departures from Oslo’s central station (Oslo S) to Stavanger’s central Station (Stavanger Stasjon). Travel time is 7-9 hours, depending on the chosen departure. MORE INFORMATION / TICKETS

Via (own) Vehicle
The drive between Oslo and Stavanger takes between 7-8 hours.
GOOGLE MAP

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