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Northern Norway sounds like an unreachable far away destination, but you will be surprised how excellent the transport connections and infrastructure are extended to this exciting region.
Within two hours you can reach Northern Norway from destinations like London. The most northerly airport in the world, Longyearbyen at Svalbard. You will find many departures from Oslo to Northern Norway every week, but also Stockholm in Sweden and Helsinki in Finland offers flights direct to the region.
Tromsø International Airport is the busiest and well-known airport to hit for in connection with adventure holidays in Northern Norway.
Do you want an alternative and a better way to explore the beautiful landscape, you will find excellent connections from Oslo as well as Stockholm.
One of the most popular ways to arrive in Northern Norway is to book a cruise tour with Hurtigruten and sail from Bergen. The cruise takes three days to Bodø, four days to Tromsø and five and a half to Kirkenes.
Especially during the summer season thousand going on a self-drive experience to Northern Norway. The fastest way to go from south to north in Norway is the E6, but many other scenic routes can be recommendable. Most recommended as a summer transport option.
You have the choice to discover not only the incredible nature but also meet locals, that are more than willing to share their story with you about their everyday life in the Arctic.