Norway’s rail network consists of more than 3,000 kilometres of railway lines, 775 tunnels and over 3,000 bridges, which gives you an indication of what to expect if you travel by train in Norway. With most routes offering panoramic views and ever-changing scenery ranging from suburbs to mountains, lakes and fjords, Norway’s rail network spans the length and breadth of the country, from the city of Kristiansand on its southernmost tip as far as Bodø and its midnight sun, just north of the Arctic Circle. You’ll find three main types of passenger rail transport: InterCity trains, regional trains and commuter trains.
EURAIL NORWAY PASS
The Eurail Norway Pass is the key to exploring the magnificent fjords of Norway. Take the train and travel to popular destinations like Oslo, Bergen and Trondheim.