Night Trains in Norway
The Night Trains in Norway, Regiontog and SJ Nattåg, are of excellent quality. There are plenty of options for sleeping accomodations. Such as simple straight-up seats or shared compartments. These Norwegian Night Trains can bring you all the way to Stavanger and Bergen in the west and Trondheim and Bodø in the north. There is one Swedish Night Train that goes all the way to isolated Narvik.
The railway from Oslo to Bergen is among the most prettiest in Europe. It is highly recommended that you travel this route during daytime at least once. A nice stop to break up your journey is Myrdal. From Myrdal multiple trains travel the short distance to Flåm where you can hike in the fjords.
Imagine a stunning view of the fjords around Oslo. And then again a whole different view once you wake up! Followed by a delicious breakfast. Taking the Night Train is amazing. And it also saves you money on hotel costs.
For all Night Trains a sleeper supplement is required with Interrail.
Regiontog 405/406 (Dovre) operates between Oslo and Trondheim.
Regiontog 475/476 (Nordland) operates between Trondheim and Bodø.
Regiontog 605/606 (Bergen) operates between Oslo and Bergen.
Regiontog 744/745 (Sørland) operates between Oslo and Stavanger.
From Norway to Sweden
Nattåg 93/94 operates between Narvik and Stockholm.
seat (2nd class): ~€06.00 (€00.00 for 1st class pass holders)
2-bed sleeper (2nd class): ~€50.00
1-bed sleeper (2nd class): ~€100.00
Supplements can be bought online via an external partner, including a service fee. Upon booking select ‘Reservations’ in the top screen.
seat (2nd class): ~€04.00
6-bed sleeper (2nd class): ~€25.00
3-bed sleeper (2nd class): ~€40.00
2-bed sleeper (1st class): ~€50.00
1-bed sleeper (1st class): ~€80.00
Supplements can be bought online. Upon booking add your Interrail Pass number as a discount under ‘Who will travel?’.