This stubby ferry shuttles across to Innlandet and the old town from Piren pier. There's been a ferry of some kind running this service since 1876, making it the oldest public commuter route in existence. There are …
Regular buses that run down the Atlantic Ocean Road between Molde and Kristiansund year-round. There are five daily buses from Monday to Friday, two on Saturday and one on Sunday. It's a 2¼ hour round-trip, although…
During the summer only, Jostedalsbrebussen runs from Sogndal via Solvorn to the foot of the Nigardsbreen glacier, leaving at 8.35am and 1.35pm, returning from Nigardsbreen at 4.55pm and the Breheimsenteret at 5pm.
Operates troll cars from the Briksdalsbreen visitors centre to the glacier, as well as a Glacier Bus from Stryn to Briksdal (101kr, one hour, daily) between June and August.
This ferry shuttles across from Solvorn to Urnes. There are nine ferries a day in summer, dropping to around five in midwinter. The last ferry back in summer is at 6pm.
The bike shop at Lærdal Ferie og Fritidspark rents out a range of bikes and offers route suggestions on local trails.
This small ferry is a quicker route to the western end of Lysefjord than taking the Tau-Stavanger ferry, but it doesn't run as frequently.
The town's Kvernberget airport is on Nordlandet island. There are frequent daily flights to/from both Oslo and Bergen.
Flights to Oslo with Norwegian and SAS, and to Bergen and Kristiansund with Widerøe. It's 5km east of town.
The airport bus shuttle regularly to the town centre, a journey of about 25 minutes.