How To: Solo Travel in Norway with Public Transport | Detailed Itinerary

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Hi everyone! I went on my first solo travel in Norway last summer and it was one of the best experiences of my life :) Some random advices:
- The Norwegian Kroner (NOK) is the currency of Norway. I suggest you change some cash, but keep in mind that credit card is the most used method of payment.
- I’m Italian, so when it rains I use an umbrella. Norwegians don’t. I didn’t think of it before leaving, but now I know that I should have brought a raincoat with me.
- Norway is expensive, but I managed to save some money having dinner at home and bringing with me a packed lunch every day.
- As a girl, I was a bit concerned about travelling alone, but I shouldn’t have had. I always felt safe and respected, so if you’re unsure whether to live this experience or not… Go for it!

Here some useful links and apps you may want to look at while organizing your trip:
- Entur website & app: https://entur.no/ here you can find bus, train and ferry routes and timetables.
- Skyss website & app: https://www.skyss.no/en/tickets-and-prices/buying-tickets/ where you can buy bus and boat tickets.
- “Ruter Billett” app: where you can buy bus and metro tickets in Oslo.
- “Fløyen” app: here you can buy the funicular tickets to get to Mount Fløyen. I recommend going hiking in the morning, otherwise you will have to wait in a long queue before getting on the top.


This is the detailed itinerary:
Days 1&2: Oslo
I visited the city and found accomodation near the central station with airbnb - super recommended if you want to save some money!

Day 3: Flåm
What to do in Flåm:
https://www.visitnorway.com/places-to-go/fjord-norway/the-sognefjord-area/flam/things-to-do/
Where I stayed in Aurland: Winjum Cabin Aurland Stegastein

Day 4: Odda
Aurland - Gudvangen: fjord cruise
Gudvangen - Vossevangen: bus
Vossevangen - Odda: bus
Where I stayed in Odda: Trolltunga Camping
The camping is quite far from the bus station (30 mins walk on an uphill climb, I didn’t know that before booking…), but there stops the public bus that takes you to Trolltunga.

Day 5: Trolltunga
This 20-km hike is for sure the highlight of the travel. I highly recommend going with a guide: I booked mine at https://www.trolltunga-active.com/

Days 6&7: Bergen
I recommend going to the KODE Museums, where you can admire Munch and Cezanne’s masterpieces.
What to do in Bergen: https://en.visitbergen.com/things-to-do
Mount Fløyen hikes: https://www.floyen.no/en/activities/walks-hikes-floyen/

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