How to Get to Lofoten

Both Norwegian Airlines and SAS/Widerøe operate direct flights from Oslo, as well as several other cities in Norway. Harstad/Narvik airport is located somewhat in the middle of nowhere and requires a further 2 hour drive or bus ride to reach Svolvær in east Lofoten or 4.5 hours to Reine in west Lofoten.


 
 
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From Oslo - Harstad/Evenes

The easiest and often cheapest option is to take a plane from Oslo - HAR/EVE airport. From here you can take the bus towords Lofoten Islands. Our rent a car at the airport. Avis, Hertz Sixt offers car rental services from here.

 
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Oslo - Svolvær/Leknes

Another option is to book your flight with Widerøe fro Oslo - Svolvær (captial city of Lofoten). Widerøe also offers many flights innland in Lofoten. You can visit Værøy, Røst, Andøya and Senja. This is the only airline that offers routes innland in Lofoten.

 
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Fly to Bodø and take ferry to Moskenes or Svolvær

Our third option is to fly to Bodø and take the ferry from Bodø to either Moskenes. Link here. Or to Svolvær. Link here.

A third option again is to take the cruise ship Hurtigruten from Bodø - Stamsund/Svolvær (Takes approx. 6 hours)