Book flights to Norway and this captivating majesty is at your fingertips - where will you go?
When looking for Norway flights, there is a range of options to consider.
Fly into Oslo Gardermoen (OSL), Norway's capital airport, from Gatwick, Heathrow, Dublin, Edinburgh and Manchester. The capital boasts a plethora of museums, shops and historic sites such as the Norwegian Royal Palaces. It also has a fantastic nightlife and cafe culture.
Oslo is only a short drive or train ride away from Oslo Torp, which has flights from Edinburgh, Liverpool and London Stansted.
Oslo is also a short distance from Jotunheikmen, Norway's best known national park. In the heart of the Norwegian countryside, this rugged and spectacular landscape has been unchanged for hundreds of thousands of years and boasts sky blue lakes and ancient glaciers.
Stavanger (SVG) airport is also a short drive from the national park and can be accessed from Gatwick, Heathrow, Glasgow, Aberdeen and Newcastle.
A further alternative for getting to Jotunheikmen National Park is to fly into Bergen (BGO), which can be accessed from Gatwick, Heathrow, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Inverness, Kirkwall, Manchester and the Shetland Islands. Bergen is a fantastic stopping point, with its historic waterfront at Bryggen.
Visitors looking for Norway flights to see the world famous Geirangerfjord and the Seven Sisters may consider flying into either Bergen or Alesund (AES) and Trondheim (TRD); both have flights from London Gatwick.
Haugesun (HAU) is another great airport to see Norway's Western Fjords and has flights from London Stansted.
Kristiansand Airport, Kjevik (KRS) is handy for passengers travelling around the south of Norway.
If you just want to go straight up to the Arctic Circle and see the northern lights, Tromso (TOS) is Norway's most northerly airport.
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There are many flights each day from the UK to Norway, giving lots of choice for travellers wanting to enjoy a slice of Scandinavian life...
Oslo is served by SAS, British Airways and Norwegian from several departure points with flights taking around two hours. Ryanair also flies to nearby Torp and Rygge from Stansted and other regional points.
You can also find flights to Bergen and Stavanger with British Airways and SAS from London as well as from airports in Scotland.
Norway has a modern and efficient transport system, with easy connections to the airport...
Norway has been welcoming curious travellers for years and the country is geared up well for tourism. It is, however, a notoriously expensive place to visit, and getting to and from the airport is no exception.
Whether you book cheap flights to Bergen, Oslo, Tromso, or elsewhere in Norway, you'll find a good range of transport options. Buses and trains are good value and speedy enough around the major cities; the many taxis provide a door-to-door service.
As an example, the Flytoget Airport Express Train from Oslo Airport gets you into the city in under 20 minutes. A one-way ticket costs 170 Norwegian krone (roughly £16). A taxi will set you back around 300 krone.
Some hotels in Norway offer a shuttle service for free or for a small charge.
Car hire in Norway is, predictably, not cheap. However, the freedom it brings to explore the country cannot be beaten. Book in advance and you might find a bargain rate for car rental. Most airports have collection points for those who book in advance. Use the search tool on TravelSupermarket to find a great deal on car hire.
The country is quickly becoming one of Europe's most popular tourist destinations...
If looking to socialise, Norway has some of the most kind-hearted, charming and friendly people in the world. If you want to get away from it all, there are few better places than halfway up a Norwegian mountain.
Cruise holidays are very popular in Norway, with ocean liners and smaller cruise ships regularly snaking up the jagged western coastline. If you need to book a hotel at your departure port, such as Bergen or Tromso, use the TravelSupermarket comparison tool to get the best price.
If a city break is more your thing we can help here, too, showing you a range of hotels in destinations such as Oslo and Trondheim. Or, if you want to see the northern lights, we can compare prices on hotels in and around Tromso and elsewhere in the far north of Norway, where your chances of catching an Aurora show are strongest.
As with anything else in Norway, hotels can be pricey. By booking in advance you can secure the lowest prices, whether you plan to stay in the city or find a rural bolthole.
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