Routes covering country: Norway

Europe by Rail: The Definitive Guide
Route 30 in Europe by Rail is a trip from Copenhagen to Bergen via Oslo. It is a journey of extremely varied character. Along the way we pass Göteborg from where there's a wonderful rural rail route around Lake Vänern.
The appeal of this journey from Oslo to the Lofoten in Europe by Rail is undoubtedly the scenery and the real sense of remoteness that you encounter along the way - especially once you have moved beyond the Arctic Circle.
The overnight journey to Swedish Lapland we describe in Route 32 of Europe by Rail is worth doing in one long hop. Most places of real interest lie beyond Kiruna – in the final three hours of the journey.
Route 51 in Europe by Rail takes readers on an adventurous journey through recent European history, one that along the way takes in some serenely beautiful landscapes. This combined train and ferry route starts in Finland and end up in Norway.
On Route 29 in Europe by Rail, we visit ports shaped by the Hanseatic League and feel the sea breeze on this journey through four countries. It’s a route which wouldn’t be complete without a short sea journey, so we include a hop by boat across the Skagerrak from Denmark to Norway.