Journey Name: Oslo to Bergen (or vice versa)  |  Journey Duration: Scenic Day Trips
The journey by rail between Oslo and Bergen should not be missed! The Bergen Railway is one of the most scenic train lines in the world. There are 4 daily depatures on this 7 hour journey through some of Norway's most spectacular landscapes.
Train Departure Schedule :
January - March
April - June
July - September
October - December
Journey Dates :
There are 4 departures every day. 
Places Covered:
Oslo S - Sandvika - Lysaker - Asker - Drammen - Hokksund - Vikersund - Hønefoss - Flå - Nesbyen - Gol - Ål - Geilo - Ustaoset - Haugastøl - Finse - Hallingskeid - Myrdal - Upsete - Voss - Dale - Arna – Bergen
Day to Day Itinerary:

Departure from Oslo to Drammen, the first major stop. From here the line begins to head into wilder land. The train follows the course of valleys and rivers, and spectacular mountain scenery. After Drammen, there are several interesting stops on the route to Vikersund and Hønefoss. The train continues to Nesbyen, Gol and Geilo, which are all winter sports centres. Through Hallingdalen the track climbs, with some sharp inclines, to one of Europe’s highest mountain plateaus – to Finse, with the Rallar Road (Rallarvegen, the old navvies' road) and Hardangerjøkulen glacier nearby. Finse is the highest station on the line at 1222m. The line climbs to 1237m and the views of the plateau stretch for miles and between Finse and Myrdal. Myrdal is on the maritime coast of Norway.. The only branch line on the route, the Flåmsbana to, Flåm leaves from here. It is one of several stations on the line that there are no roads to. Those on the Norway in a Nutshell tour get off here for another train, then a combination of boat and bus to get to Bergen. Through some more  waterfalls, forests and beautiful fjords and the journey ends in Bergen. 

From NOK 499 pp (approx EUR 52)
Rail fare only. No meals included. 

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Route Map
  • One of the most spectacular railway journeys in Europe
  • Views from Hardangervidda, Europe's highest mountainous plateau
  • Train passes through 200 tunnels, crossing more than 300 bridges
  • Stunning in winter and in summer