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No connections between Norway and the rest of Europe

  • 11 July 2021
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Hi! My planner doesn’t connect Norway with the rest of Europe… Do you have the same problem? Thanks
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Best answer by MartinM 11 July 2021, 20:31

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Hi Massimiliano,

because of Corona there are at the moment no cross-border trains from Sweden to Norway… (respectively don’t transport passengers [Narvik-Sweden], if it didn’t change).
For July there won’t be any change, but hopefully in August they are going to run again… although not yet sure.
Alternatively you can take a bus from Sweden (not included in Interrail) or a ferry from Denmark/Germany to Norway.

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As @MartinM said currently no International train services to Norway :/

Usually Göteborg - Oslo , Stockholm - Oslo, Östersund - Trondhiem, Kiruna - Riksgränsen - Narvik

Hi Massimiliano,

because of Corona there are at the moment no cross-border trains from Sweden to Norway… (respectively don’t transport passengers [Narvik-Sweden], if it didn’t change).
For July there won’t be any change, but hopefully in August they are going to run again… although not yet sure.
Alternatively you can take a bus from Sweden (not included in Interrail) or a ferry from Denmark/Germany to Norway.

Thank you!

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Hi Massimiliano,

because of Corona there are at the moment no cross-border trains from Sweden to Norway… (respectively don’t transport passengers [Narvik-Sweden], if it didn’t change).
For July there won’t be any change, but hopefully in August they are going to run again… although not yet sure.
Alternatively you can take a bus from Sweden (not included in Interrail) or a ferry from Denmark/Germany to Norway.

Thank you!

Unfortunately bad news - according to a German railway forum the nighttrain Stockholm - Narvik won’t transport any passengers across the border until November! And also it seems to be unlikely that the other cross border trains will start operating soon :( So you have to stick to the bus/ferry (and pay extra). 

Nevertheless enjoy your trip ;-)

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