The ferry port of Bergen connects Norway with Denmark with ferry services operated by Fjord Line.
There is a choice of up to 14 sailings per week from Bergen with the shortest crossing taking around 18 hours.
Use our guide on this page for some quick information or get live Bergen sailing times and prices in our fare search.
The port of Bergen on the west coast of Norway is popular with both ferry and cruise passengers.
Ferry services currently connect Bergen with Denmark and have in the past been available to the UK and the Faroe Islands. These route could well be revived in the future, subject to demand.
Fjord Line's terminal in Bergen is located beside the Hurtigruten terminal on Nøstegaten and is a short walk from the centre of Bergen.
The fastest route between Bergen and Oslo by car is the route ‘RV7: Oslo, Gol and Eidfjord to Bergen’. Alternative you can take the E16 and go through the Lærdalstunnel – the world’s longest tunnel. From Oslo go to Hønefoss, then Leira, Fagerness, Lærdalsøyri, Aurland, through the Lærdalstunnel to Gudvangen and then to Bergen. Once in Bergen, follow the signs for the port.
There are train connections to Oslo and to neighbouring towns.
From Bergen bus terminal, take bus no. 24, 26, 80 or 90 and get off at the stop by Bontelabo.
Skoltegrunnskaien, 5003 Bergen, Norway
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