Bergen is Norway’s second-biggest city. The city is about 300km away from the capital. But because of not so straight roads in our hilly nation it is more like 500km. Stavanger which is Norway’s 4th biggest city is only 158km to the south of Bergen. But that’s also in a straight line.

Our guide for Bergen reveals single ticket prices and relevant info that you need for visiting one of Norway’s most beloved cities by tourists. So with this guide, you should have a view about single ticket prices in the second biggest city in size and inhabitants of Norway. You can travel in Norwegian cities without using lots of TAXI in Bergen as in our guide for Oslo. We simply don’t recommend to use TAXI at all if you are thinking of traveling on a smaller budget to this majestic town in Norway. Just forget the TAXI in Norway. Your wallet will scream!

So, here is our guide to Bergen that got public transportation in the country. If you, however, are thinking of staying for more than just a few days. You should consider other types of tickets. This guide is meant for people visiting for a very short period.

Bergen Light Rail is Finally Extended

Bergen Public Transportation FAQ

Important Maps for Bergen

Map of Bergen

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Map of the Zones around Oslo that Ruter covers

Please do check out this interactive zone map done by Skyss

Here you can see that Zone A looks quite big but it is here where most people live in this area of Norway. So now when you come to Bergen. You know a bit more about the whole system.

A nice tip from us is that if you arrive at Bergen airport you should buy a single ticket if you are going to stay for a short time. It is also the most affordable way of traveling to Bergen center. Also, you can choose to go for a 24 hours card. Then you can travel a lot within Zone A for 100 KR, which is about €9.74.

Source: Skyss