Here are some great destinations for those who want to take a timeout from life and enjoy a weekend away in a city that is easily accessible by bus.
A southern gem worth visiting. Here you can take your family on a day trip to the famous zoo, which has many animals to see and has other experiences such as “Kardemomme by” and “Hakkebakke skogen”. If you don't want to spend the day at the zoo, Kristiansand has plenty of good cafes where you can have lunch followed by walking through the streets where you can wander among the pretty wooden houses in the city.
(Adam Read@Visit Sørlandet)
We have many buses driving to Bergen, and not without reason because this is a city worth visiting. A big city that has a lot of small-town charm! We recommend you start your day with a walk along the historic pier in Bergen city center, which is on UNESCO's list of world heritage, then take the railway up to the top of Fløyen for a fantastic view of the city and sea.
(Andrea Giubelli – VisitNorway.com)
Enjoy a sunny day in Stavanger. Here you can wander between white wooden houses on idyllic streets in Old Stavanger, before heading over to the famous color street with houses of all colors and several cozy cafés and niche shops that you can pop into.
(Martin Håndlykken – VisitNorway.com)
How about a visit to Norway's municipality? Take a trip to the famous Opera House and walk on the roof to see the view from the top. Or perhaps you are interested in a visit to the museum? Whether you want to check out the new Munch Museum or take your family to the technical museum, many museum options exist for adults and children.
Regardless of where you plan to travel this spring, we have many options for you to travel by bus. You can search among our destinations and book your next trip in our travel planner. Do not forget to book your tickets early for the best prices, the journey can always be changed if needed!