Domestic Norway routes
When it comes to traveling in Scandinavia, there is always the question whether you should explore a few countries in a single trip or take your time to get to know one destination.
You made the right choice if you are on the route to thoroughly discover Norway, and an even better one if you travel by train. Some of the most popular domestic routes for train journeys in Norway are:
Explore what you could see on your way from one Norwegian city to another get the best advice on the things to do in each location - read travel tips.
International train routes
One of the best things about trains in Norway is that they can take you outside the country too!
It is a difficult task to pick another destination that could spoil train traveler as much as Norway does with its breathtaking views from steep railways. However, according to our ticket sales, Sweden is the number one connection for Norway's international rail routes.
Oslo to Stockholm by train
Number one route for international travel outside Norway is the one connecting beautiful capital cities. It takes about 6 hours to travel from Oslo to Stockholm if you board SJ high-speed train. Stay assured - the time will pass quickly, as the train is offering top-knotch comfort and service throughout your journey.
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Oslo to Gothenburg by train
The second choice for international railway journey is Swedish gem - Gothenburg. The city is a real treasure for Scandinavian travelers as it is full of interesting landmarks such as the old Fish Market or the Knotted Gun. Reach it by NSB express train in just under 4 hours.
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Sightseeing railways in Norway
One could argue that every railway in Norway would qualify as a sightseeing route. That's likely because whichever direction you take you will be spoilt with majestic views of nature with numerous fjords, and rivers. But if you want to be sure that you will get to experience the best of Norway, then board a train and travel on these lines: