Flåm to Bergen Ferry

The Flåm Bergen ferry route connects Norway with Norway. Currently there is just the 1 ferry company operating this ferry service, Norled. The crossing operates up to 7 times each week with sailing durations from around 5 hours 15 minutes.

Flåm Bergen sailing durations and frequency may vary from season to season so we’d advise doing a live check to get the most up to date information.

Flåm - Bergen Ferry Operators

  • Norled
    • 7 Sailings Weekly 5 hr 15 min
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Flåm Bergen Average Prices

Prices shown represent the average one way price paid by our customers on this route. Prices shown are per person.

Flåm Bergen Ferry reviews

  • "Feedback"

    The voyage provided by the Norled was excellent, the booking process by Direct Ferries was less satisfactory with a processing error by your systems resulting in multiple entries against my Mastercard and the card cancelled by Mastercard as it was considered a potentially fraudulent transaction by the merchant. While the error was corrected by yourselves after it was raised with you by myself, the net result was highly inconvenient and time-consuming with new cards having to be issued and all associated direct debit/pending payments having to be rescheduled....a time consuming exercise on my behalf and caused through no error of my own. Your feedback process below gives no option to rate the booking process offered by Direct Ferries. Catering was not utilised so cannot be rated.

    'William Nielsen' travelled Flåm Bergen with Norled

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  • "Flåm to Bergen Ferry "

    The ferry provides a link between Flåm and Bergen through the fjords. Don’t go on this ferry thinking you’ll get great viewing opportunities as it’s not suitable for this. The staff were very helpful, and provided information about progress and interesting sights along the way. The ferry’s fore and aft decks are either very narrow or cluttered with equipment that restricts viewing, frustrating many passengers during the journey. Despite this, it was a pleasant journey, departed and arrived on time, and was reasonably affordable.... no, it’s not for sightseers.

    'Nev from Oz' travelled Flåm Bergen with Norled

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  • "Wonderful trip"

    Pleasant way to travel and sightsee.

    'Steve' travelled Flåm Bergen with Norled

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  • "Flåm-to-Bergen (via Sognefjørd) High Speed Ferry Passenger Feedback"

    An excellent way to experience the Norwegian fjørd world for a spectacular 5-hours from beautiful Flåm to Bergen on the Sognefjørd. Superb photographic scenery in a safe and exciting way. Marks given below summarize our impressions on specific focus areas - all of which worked out very well. A remarkable service and great alternative to reaching Bergen after departing NSB main rail line at Myrdal and visiting Flåm enroute. Totally recommended. Here´s a tip for dedicated photographers: Take seating higher up than the waterline/lower level to avoid window splash during the high speed segments of the journey. Not a major problem at all, but only if you want to avoid water droplets in some of your photos. Lastly, the service rep at Direct Ferries in the UK helped us greatly in advising and confirming a change of dates for the tickets. Helpful, accommodating and efficient - could not have asked for more from the customer service centre, especially during the busy summer tourist season.

    'Anonymous' travelled Flåm Bergen with Norled

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Bergen Guide

The city and port of Bergen is located on Norway's west coast, on the peninsular of Bergenhalvoyen, and is sometimes called the city of The Seven Mountains. As the gateway to the fjords, Bergen is an international city that is full of charm and history just waiting to be explored. The Norwegian Fjords are perhaps one of the world's most spectacular natural tourist attraction and have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

There are a number of cultural institutions located in the city and are also popular with tourists. These include the Den Nationale Scene theatre, Grieg Hall concert venue and orchestras like as the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra. The city also hosts a number of festivals each year and includes the Bergen International Festival and the Bergen International Film Festival.

Bergen's port is the largest in Norway and is the southern terminus of Hurtigruten, the Coastal Express which operates daily services along the coast to Kirkenes. Ferry services from the port depart to Hirtshals in Denmark and to Haugesund, Stavanger, Sognefjord and Nordfjord.