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Norway in winter


Norway is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Deep fjords, gorgeous views and snow-covered mountains are awaiting you here, and every train ride through this amazing scenery is a wondrous adventure in itself.

Travel our Norway itinerary with an Interrail Pass and let comfortable trains take you wherever you want to go!


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Cities visited in this trip:


1. Oslo, Norway

2. Bergen, Norway

3. Trondheim, Norway

4. Bodo, Norway


For this itinerary we recommend:

  • Interrail Pass: Norway Pass
  • Travel days: 5 days within 1 month

Oslo, Norway

Oslo is Norway's lively capital and a great place to start your journey. Visit the Royal Palace and do your best imitation of Edvard Munch's painting The Scream in the National Gallery. The young and young at heart can entertain themselves for a full day in the TusenFryd Amusement Park.

Travel from Oslo to Bergen on the Bergen Railway and get ready for an amazing journey. You'll see waterfalls, frozen lakes and herds of wild reindeer as the train brings you onto Europe's largest mountain platform. Get off in Myrdal for a trip on the steep Flåm Railway, which takes you down the mountain to the spectacular Aurlandjsfjord.

The Flåm Railway between Myrdal and Flåm

From Oslo to Bergen

Travel time:




  • Oslo, Norway

    Oslo sentralstasjon/Oslo S

  • 6h 45m
  • Bergen, Norway

    Bergen Stasjon

Bergen, Norway

Bergen is Norway's most charming city, located on the Byfjorden fjord and surrounded by tall mountains. Walk through the old city centre to admire the wooden buildings in Bryggen and the always lively Fish Market. For the best view of the area, take the cable car up to Mount Ulriken.

Let the Bergen Railway take you back to Oslo and make sure you sit on the other side of the train. From Oslo, let the Dovre Railway carry you to Trondheim. This wonderful scenic route will take you through wetlands and mountain ranges where trolls are said to live!

Bergen's wooden houses by night

From Bergen to Trondheim

Travel time:




  • Bergen, Norway

    Bergen Stasjon

  • 13h 20m
  • Trondheim, Norway


Trondheim, Norway

Trondheim is an old town that used to be the country's capital in the Viking Age. These days it's a student town with much to see. Check out the Nidaros Cathedral and the Archbishop's Palace, which has been turned into a museum. Visit Munkolmen Island in the Trondheim fjord to learn more about Norse history.

The Nordland Railway will take you as far north as north goes: above the Arctic Circle. This is quite a long trip, so we advise you to travel by night and get some sleep along the way. Don't forget to look out of the train window for a first peek of the breathtaking Northern Lights.

Trondheim at sunset

From Trondheim to Bodo

Travel time:




  • Trondheim, Norway


  • 9h 35m
  • Bodo, Norway


Bodo, Norway

The northernmost stop of the Nordland Railway is Bodo. It's a haven for hikers, who can spend days discovering the region's nature reserves. The nearby Lofoten Islands are a great place for cycling, rock-climbing or setting out to sea to spot killer whales. It's also one of the best places in the world to see the Northern Lights.

If you want to see more of Scandinavia, you can take a bus up to Narvik. This town is connected by train to Kiruna in Sweden. If you're travelling with an Interrail Global Pass, you can combine this itinerary with our Sweden itinerary.

The spectacular Northern Lights

Explore Norway with Interrail!

  • Choose from 3, 4, 6 or 8 days of rail travel within 1 month.

  • As soon as you're in Norway, hop on and off as many trains as you like using just one rail pass.

  • Witness Europe's most dramatic winter landscapes from the warmth and comfort of your train seat.

  • Take advantage of great pass benefits as well as discounts if you're under 26 or travelling with kids.

Has Norway been on your list for some time now? Go for it, with a Norway Pass you can discover everything this beautiful country has to offer!

Or, include Norway in your multi-country itinerary! You can visit up to 33 countries with a Global Pass. Are you ready?