Travel by bus or the Bergen Light Rail to explore Bergen and the fjords! Skyss provides public transport throughout the entire region of Hordaland.
Skyss provides transport by bus throughout Bergen, the region of Hordaland and the Bergen Light Rail. Travel by public transport to explore the attractions of Bergen or one of our magnificent Norwegian fjords.
You can travel by the Bergen Light Rail to visit Edvard Grieg's home Troldhaugen and Fantoft Stave Church, or by bus to visit for example Old Bergen, Lysøen Island, Voss, the Hardangerfjord or the Aurlandsfjord. Or even to take the bus to Odda.
Pubilc transport within the city center:
Bergen city center is compact and best explored by foot. (Or segway!). Within the city center it is better to walk than to take the bus. From Bryggen it takes 5 minutes to the Fish Market and another few minues to the Fløibanen funicular by foot. The Tourist Information is also located centrally on the Fish Market.
To and from Bergen Airport Flesland:
You can also travel with Bybanen (Bergen Light Rail) to and from Bergen Airport Flesland to Bergen city center. Tickets can be purchased at a Skyss ticket machine, with the mobile app Skyss Billett, in a number of kiosks and shops or on board the bus.
Bergen card holders can make use of public transport with Skyss for free in Bergen (including the Light Rail to and from the Airport) and busses in the region Hordaland. Not including the Airport bus from Bergen city center to Bergen Airport Flesland.
For schedules and more information, see skyss.no or visit our office in Bergen Bus Station.
Prices 2020 if you buy the ticket beforehand (App or ticket machine):
Adults NOK 39
Children / seniors NOK 20
Prices 2020 if you buy the ticket on board:
Adults NOK 60
Children / seniors NOK 30
Travelling with children:
If you are travelling with children, please note that on Saturdays and Sundays and public holidays four children travel for free when travelling with an adult. The age limit for children is from 6 years old until 18 years old.
Skyss ticket App:
You can buy tickets for bus and Bergen Light Rail (Bybanen) using the app called Skyss Billett. You can also buy tickets at ticket machines at the bus and Bergen Light Rail stops.
Skyss billett App on App store: https://itunes.apple.com/no/app/skyss-billett/id589500678?l=en&mt=8&ign-mpt=uo=2
Skyss billett App on Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=no.wtw.mobillett.skyss
Bus to Odda:
If you are travelling from Bergen to Odda for the Trolltunga hike, you can take bus number 930 from Bergen Bus Station (bay O). The bus takes about 3 hours. Please note that it is not possible to take the bus from Bergen and do the hike up Trolltunga on the same day. (The hike is about 12 hours). If you have the Bergen Card, the bus journey is free. Please note that you have to pay for the ferry crossing between Tørrvikbygd and Jonal. (From 01.01.2020 it is free, then only vehicles have to pay on the ferry).
For timetables when travelling in Bergen and the region, you can download the App called Skyss Reise.
Skyss Reise on App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/no/app/skyss-reise/id740517682?mt=8
Skyss Reise on Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=no.skyss.planner&hl=no
Skyss Bergen Timetable:
The best way to find information about buses and Bergen Light Rail (Bybanen) is by using the travel planner on Skyss.no. or by using the App Skyss Reise.
Skyss map for Bergen:
Bergen and the region are devided into different zones. All of Bergen city center and the whole of Bergen municipality is zone A.
Zone A: Zone Bergen includes the municipalities of Bergen, Askøy, Øygarden, Osterøy, Alver, Austrheim, Fedje and previous Os.
Zone B: The areas around the Bjørnefjord.
Zone C: Sunnhordland
Zone D: Odda, Eidfjord and Rosendal
Zone E: Voss, Granvin and Ulvik
Zone F: Samnanger, Kvam, Vaksdal and Modalen
Zone G: Masfjorden
You can find prices and information about how to travel between zones on Skyss homepage here: https://www.skyss.no/en/tickets-and-prices/tickets-and-prices2/?fane=3&anchor=0
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Bergen Card benefits:
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