Getting to Flåmsbrygga

Flåmsbrygga lies at the heart of the popular “Norway in a nutshell®” tour!

Take the Flåm Railway, a boat on the Sognefjord and Nærøyfjord, or travel by car or bus, or by bike on Rallarvegen, “the Navvies road”.

GPS:
N 60° 51’ 50.15’’
E 7° 7’ 3.26’’

Plan your travel

Getting to Flåmsbrygga

Flåmsbrygga is just 100 m from Flåm Station, 50 m from the quay and approx. 200 m from the bus stop for services on the E-16 between Oslo in the east and Bergen in the west.

Address: Flåmsbrygga Hotel, A-feltsvegen 25, NO-5743 Flåm

GPS:
N 60° 51’ 50.15’’
E 7° 7’ 3.26’’
View table of distances  and find your route here

Round trip

The “Norway in a nutshell®” and “Sognfjord in a nutshell®” tours both make stops in Flåm. We suggest making a longer stop on your round trip, with accommodation at Flåmsbrygga Hotel – the Brewery Hotel, a bike, kayak, ski or snowshoe trip, and, not least, a chance to experience the unique Ægir BrewPub!

By train

NSB trains depart from Oslo and Bergen to Myrdal, while the Flåm Railway runs from Myrdal to Flåm. This train journey is part of the “Norway in a nutshell®” and “Sognefjord in a nutshell®” round trips.

The Flåm Railway operates all year.
Book tickets at the Flåm Railway and the NSB train, Oslo – Bergen.

By boat

Passenger boats travel between Flåm and Gudvangen on the UNESCO-listed Nærøyfjord all year. This boat trip is part of the “Norway in a nutshell®” round trip. In Gudvangen, the boat connects with buses to/from Flåm, Voss and Bergen (E-16).

Express boat/passenger boat, Bergen – the Sognefjord – Balestrand – Flåm (return trip): 1. May – 30. Sept. This is part of the “Sognefjord in a nutshell®” round trip.

Passenger boat, Flåm – Aurland – Gudvangen: all year. View info, times and prices.
Express boat, Bergen – Flåm (return trip): 1. May – 30. Sept. View Norled for information, times and prices.
Gudvangen – Kaupanger (return trip): 15. May – 14. Sept. View Fjord2 for information, times and prices.

Car and bus

Car
Journey times on the E-16 (year-round road): Flåm – Oslo 5.5 hours by car, and Flåm – Bergen 2.5 hours by car.
The Flåm – Aurland – Hol – Geilo – Gol – Oslo road is also open all year. View map: E-16, RV 7/RV50, RV 55, RV 53 or RV 5 (RV = national road).

Aurlandsvegen, the Aurlandsfjellet National Tourist Route, is open in the summer season, from June to September. The route runs between Flåm/Aurland, Stegastein and Lærdal, crossing the mountains and reaching a highest point of 1306 m. The alternative is the Lærdal Tunnel, the longest road tunnel in the world at 24.5 km.
We suggest to make a roundtrip in the summerseason, Flåm – Stegastein – (Aurlandsvegen) – Lærdal – Lærdal tunnel -Flåm.
View map and travelplan here.

Bus
Daily bus departures all year from/to Bergen, Voss, Oslo, Lillehammer and Sogndal.
View the timetables at Nor-Way Bussexpress and Nettbuss. 

In the summer, bus routes operate on the Aurland – Hol road, to Østerbø / the Aurlandsdalen valley.
View the timetable for Flåm – Østerbø here.

Other bus and boat timetable information:  www.ruteinfo.no
Route information, Western Norway, tel. 177.
Road information line: 175

By air

Widerøe operates domestic routes from Sogndal Airport (70 km).
SAS, Norwegian and Widerøe operate domestic routes from Bergen Airport, Flesland (165 km). There are direct international routes to e.g. Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Berlin and London.

By taxi

Aurland Taxi: tel. +47 901 30 808
Gudvangen Taxi: tel. +47 954 19 419