Bergen is the second largest city in Norway and the most famous getaway to West Norway fjords. It is also known as the city between the seven mountains. This Norwegian city is a typical wooden style town with a compact city centre and the Bryggen Warf, composed of charming houses in different colours.
The public transportation in Bergen includes the electric tram and trolleybus. Bergen owns the only functional trolleybus system in the whole country.
The extensive bus network connects Bergen with the nearby cities. Among the most popular transportation means in the town are Floibanen (funicular from the city to Mount Floyen) and Ulriksbanen (tramway from the city to Mount Ulriken).
It is not recommended to rent a car for getting around the city due to the many narrow streets. However, it is an excellent opportunity to explore the nearby fjords, villages, and countryside. Expect a slow ride, as the roads are narrow and pass through rural areas. For trips to the mountains, avoid the winter period when roads are closed on short notice.
The Bergen taxi service is safe and expensive. Many tourists prefer to use public transportation to travel around the city. In case you need to take a taxi, always look for metered Bergen taxis.
The central train station is the ending point of the 496 kilometres long railway from Oslo, managed by Norwegian State Railways. The second railway station in Bergen is Arna, with connections to the central train station every 30 minutes.
Bergen Airport (BGO) has the same name as the village where it is located, Fresland. The largest airlines at the airport are Scandinavian Airlines, Wlderoa and Norwegian Airshuttle, offering domestic, international and intercontinental flights to over 6 million passengers per year.
Frequent shuttle buses operate from Bergen Airport to the bus terminal, making stops at Bryggen and Fisketorget. The bus stop is outside the terminal building. Local bus number 23 runs from the airport to Loddefjord, Storavatnet and Sotra.
Regular light rail service is available 12 times per hour from 05:00 until 00:00 to Bergen city centre. The train stop is in the basement of the southern terminal. The train service is the cheapest Bergen airport transfer option.
Bergen airport taxis are available in front of the airport, but they cost much more than public transportation. Surcharge applies for airport taxi transfers during the night and the weekend.
We provide a fast and reliable airport transfer service from Bergen Airport to Bergen at a fixed price. The rates will depend on the travel date and time. However, a discount is available when you book a round trip. For private transfers, you can choose the vehicle according to the number of passengers. The rates are per vehicle, and if you are travelling in a group, you can split the cost.
The online booking process is fast and easy. You can book the Bergen airport taxi in advance. You don't have to worry about the meter running or extra charges for transfers during the weekend, as our rates are fixed and all-inclusive. The price for a private transfer from Bergen Airport to Bergen city centre is EUR 114 for a sedan car.
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