This summer, you can spend two weeks traveling around Norway with a new all-you-can-fly pass that gives you unlimited travel around the country.
The Explore Norway Ticket is being offered by Widerøe, a Norwegian airline, between 1 July and 31 August. It allows you to travel as much as you want, to up to 42 destinations in total. However, you cannot fly more than four times between the same pair of cities. The airline also lists the routes and destinations for the country’s top attractions.
Andenes for a whale safari, Ålesund for Geirangerfjord and Trollstigen, Stavanger to get to Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock), and Mo i Rana to get to the Arctic Circle.
Travel Across Norway This Summer
Widerøe has also divided Norway into three different zones, “Zone Southern Norway”, with the destinations south of Trondheim; “Zone Nordland” which includes Trondheim, Nord-Trøndelag, and Nordland; and “Zone Finnmark” covers the whole Finnmark and includes Sørkjosen and Tromsø in Troms.
For varying prices, you can travel within different zones. For 3460 NOK ($435), you can travel in one zone and across two zones for 4070 NOK ($512) or, for 4680 NOK ($589), across all three. It is an excellent way for those who want to explore the country as much as possible through the summer.
The airline has also provided international connecting flights. Aberdeen, Billund, Copenhagen, Hamburg, London, Munich, and Gothenburg are all included in flights from various zones. You can even change your itinerary and book flights up to two hours before take-off, though availability may be limited on popular routes.
To book your Explore Norway Ticket and to find out more, visit their official website.