Interrail/Eurail Norway Pass - Velkomst!

 

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Norway is the land of beautiful, strong people who long for impressive outdoor activities and life-changing experiences. This is one of the reasons Norway is so appealing to many Interrail and Eurail travellers.

You will see plenty of small wooden houses just hanging by the cliffs or hidden in the forest, just because life is that simple in Norway – there is no place for superficial high-life. Once you catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights you will see what we mean.

There are also plenty of outdoor activities you can enjoy. The winter months are ideal for skiing or snowboarding and once the ice melts, you can go on canoe tours, hiking or sailing journeys.

Choose your Interrail Norway Pass

3 Days Pass

Travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

148

Adult (28-59)

153

Senior (60+)

109

Family (2 Adults)

Children 4-11 travel free

340

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4 Days Pass

Travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

171

Adult (28-59)

177

Senior (60+)

131

Family (2 Adults)

Children 4-11 travel free

394

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6 Days Pass

Travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

210

Adult (28-59)

218

Senior (60+)

171

Family (2 Adults)

Children 4-11 travel free

484

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8 Days Pass

Travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

243

Adult (28-59)

253

Senior (60+)

206

Family (2 Adults)

Children 4-11 travel free

562

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Interrail Norway Pass – Get Yours

The concepts of ‘Interrail Pass’ and ‘Eurail Pass’ refer to different passes provided by Interrail and Eurail.

Below is the list of passes you can purchase:

Interrail Norway Pass – Get Yours

If you were born and living in Europe, then you need to purchase either the Interrail Norway Pass or the Interral Global Pass.

The Interrail Norway Pass offers you access to the rail network only within Norway, while the Interrail Global Pass offers you access to all 30 participating countries.

For example, if you purchase the Interrail Global Pass, you can enjoy travelling by train from Norway to Germany. The journey itself is a great experience, not to mention the destination! Getting from natural phenomenon to impressive human-built wonders is what you could call a holistic trip.

Choose your Eurail Norway Pass

As there isn’t a One Country Pass that is valid exclusively in Norway, you will need to get an Eurail Global Pass or an Eurail Select Pass instead, or a Benelux Pass like one of those listed below.

3 Days Pass

Travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

169

Adult (28+)

206

Family (2 Adults)

Children 4-11 travel free

352

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4 Days Pass

Travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

191

Adult (28+)

234

Family (2 Adults)

Children 4-11 travel free

400

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6 Days Pass

Travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

211

Adult (28+)

258

Family (2 Adults)

Children 4-11 travel free

442

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8 Days Pass

Travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

260

Adult (28+)

319

Family (2 Adults)

Children 4-11 travel free

544

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Interrail Netherlands Pass Reservations

Getting to Norway requires a certain type of rail pass, depending on your birthplace and location. To put it simply, have a look below:

The Interrail Pass is the one for you if you are a European citizen and resident.

The Eurail Pass is the right pass for you if you are from outside Europe, for example Canada or USA. Thus, if you are a non-European citizen or resident and wish to visit Norway you will need to purchase the Eurail Pass.

One option would be to visit just a limited number of countries, in which case the Eurail Select Pass is the one you need. This rail pass allows you to travel to 4 bordering countries in one trip.

The Eurail Global Pass offers you the possibility to visit all participating countries within a certain timeframe.

Once you have made up your mind about visiting Norway, you may press on the links provided on the website. The buttons will transfer you to the official vendor’s website, where you can order pass.

Price Reduction: Interrail Norway Pass

With the official Eurail and Interrail vendors by our side, we are able to offer you information about the best prices.

As Eurail and Interrail are our partners, we are amongst the first ones to hear about their discounts.

In case you are still waiting for that perfect moment to start your journey, we can let you in on their special fares.

Just drop your name and email below and you’ll get the highlights right in your inbox!

5 Great Reasons to Interrail in Norway

A Eurail or Interrail Norway journey will get you close to the edge of the world, where natural phenomenon lights up the sky. Here are just some of the reasons to begin your journey to Norway:

Norwegian fjords

Whether you have only heard of fjords and wondered what they look like in real life, or you have seen them in postcards, now is the time to cruise along the famous fjords of Norway.

Before you start sailing, you need to know that put simply, a fjord is a narrow part of the ocean passing between cliffs, steep hills or mountains.

There are about 2000 fjords in Norway, but the most popular ones are Geirangerfjord, Hjørundfjord, Hardangerfjord and Lysefjord, sprinkled all over Norway.

Northern lights

One of the greatest experiences you will ever live to see is watching the Northern Lights, also referred to as the Aurora Borealis.

If you happen to use your Eurail or Interrail Norway Pass between mid-autumn and early spring, then you are sure to have the opportunity to chase the northern lights every single evening.

The Northern Lights are a beautiful inspiration in art, mythology and legends. They also represent a curious and natural science experiment. Don’t forget your camera, you will feel like you tool the photo of a lifetime.

Midnight sun

Get ready to be confused – the boundary between one day and the next is hard to tell during summer in Norway. To be more precise, the sun never sets between May and July.

Also, the further north you go, the more you will experience the midnight sun. It is called so because at 12:00 PM the sun goes lower in the sky and casts a reddish yellow light.

You will not even know if it looks like a sunrise or sunset, you will just feel mesmerised.

Reindeers

Forget about Santa’s helpers – the reindeers you will see in Norway are majestic, wild and free animals. Make sure you have your binoculars with you and lots of patience in your bag – they are very shy and despise direct contact with humans.

Nonetheless, one of the best places to spot them is across Hardangervidda, which is the largest mountain plateau in Northern Europe.

Visiting Tromsø and the Sami people will also offer you the opportunity to get close to the herds of reindeers and also live like a local.

Polar bears

Travelling to the Svalbard Islands in the Arctic Ocean is incredibly rewarding – this is the place where you can spot the wild polar bears in their own habitat.

In order to make the most of this experience, it is best to sign up for a guided tour. You might as well call it a real expedition, as this is no easy trip to undertake.

But once you get there, the wild life, the arctic landscape and the crisp air are sure to amaze you and make for a great story to tell your children, grandchildren and so forth.

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Access Europe With Interrail Norway!

Norway’s location in Northern Europe makes it is an easy place to begin or end your Interrail Journey.

If that is what you’d like to do, you can find the best flights via Skyscanner, using the free tool below.

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Interrail / Eurail Norway – what to do, where to go?

Depending on what exactly you wish to see first, there are many impressive destinations in Norway. Below are just a few:

Oslo

The capital city of Norway is scattered with cutting-edge architecture and completely out of the ordinary art parks. Take a walk in the Vigelandsparken and admire the outdoor museum of immense sculptures.

The Norwegian National Opera & Ballet is an architectural gem – not only is it captivating to look at, but it is also open for visitors.

You may walk on the roof and admire the scenery or just enjoy your coffee in the lobby.

Oslo is also the home of the Nobel Peace Prize – this is the place where the ceremony takes place each year. There is also the Nobel Peace Center you can visit.

Nærøyfjorden

Nærøyfjorden is on the UNESCO World Heritage list. It truly is the classic fjord that everyone is talking about when mentioning Norway and its natural attractions.

You can just get on the local ferry and sail through the fjord. The snow-topped mountains, scattered villages and waterfalls will make the picture perfect for sure.

An alternative would be to follow the fjord by kayak or simply hike your way through the villages and small traditional farms on the mountainsides.

The calm water will inspire you to take things easy and just enjoy the ride.

Hardanger

Hardanger is one of the longest fjords in the world and it is said to offer the most beautiful spring scenery.

This is not hard to believe once you see and smell the blooming fruit trees. The eye-catching landscape is painted with apple trees, sweet cherry trees, pear trees and plum trees. You can literally witness the nature’s rebirth.

The Norwegian cultural heritage is pretty much alive there as well. The folk costumes, the Hardanger fiddle (which resembles the classic violin, but with more strings and thinner wood) or the Hardanger embroidery will help you understand and feel the Norwegian culture during your journey.

Femundsmarka

Femundsmarka is the perfect destination for nature lovers, canoe sailors or fishing enthusiasts.

The National Park is home to wild reindeers, musk oxen, rare brown bears, lynx and wolves.

The region is surrounded by pine forests, endless lakes, marshes and mysterious landscape.

You are more than welcome to visit the National Park any season you wish as there is more than enough for everyone at any time.

You can either go skiing, walk through the forests, go fishing or simply sit still and connect with the surrounding nature.

Kjeragbolten

For the more adventurous of you – but beware, we mean VERY adventurous, there’s Kjeragbolten.

This natural attraction can only be visited during summer, as the roads are closed during winter months.

Just imagine standing on an unusual giant rock between two mountainsides, 984 meters above the ground.

Before you get on your train back home , keep in mind that it is not as dangerous as it looks, otherwise they would not let tourists just hang around there taking pictures.

No, it doesn’t move and yes, you can step on it and have your moment of glory.

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Interrail and Eurail Norway Map and Planner

Once you order your Eurail or Interrail Norway Pass, you will be sent a package which will also include a map for your convenience. Until then, here’s a useful map to help you get an idea of the vast rail network you will be making use of.

Some people love planning and getting all the details together before they leave. Others are simply feathers in the wind – there’s absolutely no wrong or right.

But one thing is for sure. Should you wish to have an idea of what is there to visit, you can access interrailplanner.com. This is a very useful and user friendly online tool that is able to generate you the perfect Eurail or Interrail itinerary based on your destination and preferences.

Interrail Norway – best places to stay

You’ll need to have somewhere to stay when you’re on your Interrail or Eurail Norway trip. Here’s some places where you can do just that, brought to you by our readers, as well as our partners at Booking.com.

Reader Recommendations

We want to hear about the best places you stayed while you were on your Interrail Norway trip – bonus points if they’re a little off the beaten track! Share the love and give us a recommendation – get in touch or add yours in the comments section (coming soon)!

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Hotels are ideal for those who need a bit more personal space, such as couples or friends travelling together.

After a day of exploring in a foreign country, there’s nothing quite like a freshly made hotel bed.

Get a great deal on your hotels from our partners at Booking.com, right here!



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Hostels are great because:

a) they are incredibly cheap, and

b) they are normally full of other people who are also travelling that you can share experiences with.

Check out some hostels and their reviews here, thanks to our partners at Hostelworld.

Visit Hostelworld to find your accommodation.

Recommended Interrail Norway Route

There are many itineraries you can design. The below is just an idea. Feel free to follow it as it is or add other destinations!

Route: Stavanger > Bergen > Myrdal/Flåm > Oslo > Trondheim

Bergen: Once populated by the Vikings, the second largest city in Norway is now filled with students that grant a vibrant atmosphere. Enjoy the cafés, art galleries, clubs, restaurants and natural attractions as well. Book your Hotel or your Hostel.

Myrdal/Flåm: The Flåm Railway is said to represent the most beautiful rail journey in the world. It is not hard to imagine, when you start from the sea level and get to the mountain station in just about 2 hours. Book your Hotel or Hostel in Flåm .

Oslo: The capital city of Norway is full of attractions more or less popular. This is the place to enjoy the high-life or just sit in silence with a cup of delicious coffee and revel in the surroundings. Book your Hotel or your Hostel.

Trondheim: This university town is a tech-savvy’s paradise. The city also holds the largest wooden palace in Scandinavia and it is the residence of the Royal family. This is the place to taste the locally brewed beers and eat traditional food. Book your Hotel or your Hostel.

Which Interrail Norway Pass Will I Need?

The itinerary created above is available for you if you purchase the Interrail Norway Pass.

Please keep in mind that this pass is only available to you if you are a European citizen or resident.

Recommended: Interrail Norway Pass

Travel days needed: 4 days within 1 month

Prices from € 171

Eurail Norway-Sweden Pass

If you are a non-European citizen or resident and wish to travel as much and as far as you can, then you can purchase the Eurail Select Pass. This enables you to visit 4 bordering countries within a certain period of time. So you can visit Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark in one trip!

In order to get from Norway to Sweden, you can either travel from Oslo to Stockholm from Oslo to Gothenburg.

 

Stavanger

Stavanger: The former European Capital of Culture has fantastic fjords, mountains and white beaches. While you’re there, make sure to take a trip to the Preikestolen, also known as “the Pulpit Rock”. Book your Hotel or your Hostel.

Bergen

Bergen: Once populated by the Vikings, the second largest city in Norway is now filled with students that grant a vibrant atmosphere. Enjoy the cafés, art galleries, clubs, restaurants and natural attractions as well. Book your Hotel or your Hostel.

Myrdal

Myrdal/Flåm: The Flåm Railway is said to represent the most beautiful rail journey in the world. It is not hard to imagine, when you start from the sea level and get to the mountain station in just about 2 hours. Book your Hotel or Hostel in Flåm .

Oslo

 Oslo: The capital city of Norway is full of attractions more or less popular. This is the place to enjoy the high-life or just sit in silence with a cup of delicious coffee and revel in the surroundings. Book your Hotel or your Hostel.

Trondheim

Trondheim: This university town is a tech-savvy’s paradise. The city also holds the largest wooden palace in Scandinavia and it is the residence of the Royal family. This is the place to taste the locally brewed beers and eat traditional food. Book your Hotel or your Hostel.

Interrail Holland, Eurail Norway Photo Gallery

Here are some of the best photographs people have been kind enough to share from their previous Interrail Norway trips.

If you have photos to share, we’re open to considering them for display on this page – just email us to start a conversation!

Conversely, if you see your photo here and want it taken down, just let us know.

Interrail Norway FAQ

Whichever Interrail or Eurail Norway guide you read, there will always be unanswered questions. If you feel that there is anything missing from this guide or the FAQ below, let us know in the comments or send an email!

What to bring on my Interrail Norway trip?

The official Interrail website lists the following as necessary items to bring with you on your trip:

  • First Aid kit
  • Photocopies of important documents
  • Spare credit card
  • Padlock
  • Torch
  • Driving licence
  • Money belt
  • Universal adaptor
  • Alarm clock
  • Phrase book
  • Small speakers
  • Waterproof jacket / poncho
  • Backpack rain cover
  • Plasters
  • Playing cards
  • Bottle opener
  • Hiking boots
  • Swimming goggles
  • Wet wipes
  • Resealable bags

And of course, you will need a backpack to carry everything – lucky for you, we’ve taken the time to review the best Interrail backpack options out there.

Is it safe?

Holland is one of the safest and most welcoming countries in Europe. The people are friendly and it has a very low crime rate.

Regardless, it is always important to take care – try to avoid walking streets alone at night, and keep your valuables somewhere safe. If there’s no safe place at your hotel or hostel, keep them with you!

If you are concerned about something that could go wrong on your trip, we recommend taking a look at World Nomads Travel Insurance – it’s designed especially for travellers rather than typical holidaymakers.

Interrail and Eurail Norway get your Pass today!

Norway is the land of Vikings – so prepare yourself for rugged but nonetheless fascinating landscape. Your Eurail or Interrail Norway Pass will take you on a real adventure where you can sail the fjords, watch reindeers and polar bears in their natural habitat and chase the Northern Lights.

Don’t forget to bring warm clothes and binoculars!

Not sure where to go next?

We’ve got you covered! Check out some of Europe’s top places to visit and explore in our guides below.

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