We are available to answer any questions you may have about our European travel products. Answers to our most frequently asked questions can be found in our FAQs. We also encourage you to visit our new online Support Community to interact with Rail Europe staff and other travelers to share information and tips about European rail travel and more. Visit the Rail Europe Support Community. If you prefer you canalso contact us by emailanytime and we will respond to you as quickly as we possibly can.
We also have a dedicated staff to assist with Group Travel. Our Group department is equipped to handle your every need when it comes to group train travel. So if you've got to put together a terrific package for a group of 10 or more travelers, just call us at 1-800-462-2577 in the United States and Canada or 1-914-682-7456 in the United States and we'd be happy to help. Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5:30pm Eastern Time.
Ready to book? Here’s where you make Norway a rich experience instead of an expensive one.
Fortunately, rail travel makes traveling in Norway easy with a little bit of planning. Simply enter your itinerary and we’ll give you complete scheduling information, instant pricing, and comparisons of city-to-city tickets to country passes for determining the best deal. At any price, Norway’s breathtaking beauty makes it worth going.
An eye-catching deal for a region you can't take your eyes off of.
A rail pass is an affordable way to see more of the country you’re visiting or expand out with unlimited access to the rail networks in surrounding countries.
Reservations are not necessary for most Norwegian trains, but are recommended when traveling between Oslo and Bergen, Myrdal, or Voss as this is part the scenic Norway in a Nutshell route. And they are required for overnight trains. Reservations are at an additional cost and can be requested within 60 days of your travel date.
Norway In A Nutshell combines rail, ferry and bus travel with spectacular scenery to make sure you see everything you should on a Norwegian trip, whatever it takes. You’ll see it takes combining rail, ferry and bus.