One of the greatest ways to experience Norway is to add a train journey to your list of travel must-dos. The Oslo to Bergen train which takes about 7 hours is a real rail adventure bringing out one-of-a-kind views of Norway to accompany you during the trip. The Oslo Bergen railway is noted worldwide for its scenic beauty; villages, fjords, rivers, and the countryside are just some of the incredible things you get to see as you travel. These trains are very well-equipped, safe, and comfortable, and are operated by NSB, the Norwegian National Railways. What is more, the trains depart from the center of Oslo (Oslo S Station) and arrive in the heart of Bergen as well (to the Bergen Central Station), therefore, it is very easy to reach both stations using public transportation and to make your way around town upon arrival.
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Oslo to Bergen train: which side to sit on?
Travelers often wonder which Oslo to Bergen train tickets to buy and what side of the train to choose to get the best views out the train windows. The answer is actually very optimistic because the side of the train really doesn’t matter as you’ll have great panoramas the whole way through, regardless of the side you sit on.
Where to check detailed timetable for the train from Oslo to Bergen?
Generally, there are up to 3 departures on the route every day. You can browse the train schedule and the Oslo to Bergen departures by making a search for the date that suits you on the top of this page. You can even make a booking for as far as 2 years in advance.
Timetable & Train information
Oslo to Bergen Train Review & Rating
It was the most fantastic train journey I’ve ever experienced!
John Newport about traveling from Oslo to Bergen