Nestled right in the heart of the beautiful city, the Bergen railway station is one of the busiest transport hubs in scenic Norway. The Bergen station was built over a hundred years ago in 1913. The building housing the station was designed in the National Romantic style and believed to be one of the most striking buildings in Norway. But the Bergen train station is much more than just a striking facade, it serves dozens of domestic routes every day, including the routes, connecting Bergen to such major Norwegian cities as Oslo, Voss, and Sandefjord.
Have a Look Around the Bergen Central Station
Those travelers who prefer to come prepared are welcome to check out the video below, offering to have a look at the station's interior as well as the location of its main facilities.
What to Know About the Bergen Central Train Station
Where is the Bergen train station located?
The main Bergen train station is located right in the city center, making it easily accessible by public transport. The station is located within walking distance from such amazing Bergen sights as the Leprosy Museum St. Jorgen's Hospital, Galleri Nygaten, and Bergen Kunsthall.
How to get from the Bergen train station to the airport?
Of course, you can always choose to travel from Bergen Central station to the airport by taxi, but there are more budget-friendly (as well as more ecological) ways to travel between those major transport hubs. One of the most popular is a comfortable Bergen Light Rail ride, also known as the Bybanen.