|Season (1 Jan 2023 - 31 Dec 2023)|
Travel quick and comfortably on the Sognefjord Express bus from Bergen, passing through Voss and Flåm along the route to Sogndal.
Sognefjordekspressen Express Bus between Bergen and Sogndal takes you easily from one city centre to another, and stops at historical sites such as Voss and Flåm along the route.
With the morning departure from Bergen you can plan a trip to Flåm, where you can easily combine your journey ahead with train or boat.
Sognefjordekpressen departs twice a day in both directions, except Saturdays with one departure in both directions.
Our modern buses are equipped with comfortable seats, power sockets and WC on board. Estimated travel time between Bergen and Sogndal is just under 5 hours, and you can enjoy stunning views of the scenary the whole way.
Main stops along the route:
Bergen: Bus station platform N
Bergen - Voss approximately 1 hour 50 minutes
Bergen - Flåm approximately 3 hours
Bergen - Lærdal approximately 4 hours
Bergen - Sogndal approximately 5 hours
* travel time may vary slightly depending on route
You will always find up to date travel times on our website. We recommend that you purchase your ticket online in advance of your travel. With pre-purchased tickets you are both secured a seat on the bus, as well as the cheapest tickets.
You have two pieces of luggage included in your ticket (max 30 kilos). You can also book space for additional luggage. For each piece of extra luggage, we charge 50 NOK. Read more here.
You can reserve a child seat when booking your ticket. There will be 1-2 seats available for each departure, but we can only guarantee a free seat if booked in advance. The seats are for children between the age of 1 and 4 years. For children under 8 kilos, we recommend that you bring your own seat. In addition, we have two booster seats available for older children.
Foldable strollers can be stored in the luggage rooms underneath the bus
You can reserve a space for your bike (normal or electric bike) by adding it to your ticket. An additional fee of 270 NOK will be added to your ticket. There is only space for 1-2 bikes on each bus, so make sure you book early. Read more here
Most of our buses have a wheelchair lift. If you are in need of special assistance (f.ex. with wheelchair in and out of the bus) please contact us before 15 p.m. at the day before departure here.
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