Nesseveien 32, 9151 Sørkjosen, Norway
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How to travel

How To Travel

There are several possibilities for transportation to Sørkjosen.

By car: The E6 runs right by the hotel, so it is easily accessible for those traveling either from the south, or the north. Sørkjosen is approximately 2,5 hours from Alta and 3,5 hours from Tromsø.

Reisafjord Hotel is about 1700 km from Oslo or Stockholm, and 2700 km from Berlin. Traveling through all of Norway or Scandinavia by car is an exciting tour, but there are as well other ways to travel to beautiful Nordreisa.
It is as well possible to rent a car local.

By train: Train is a very comfortable, peaceful and environmentally friendly way to travel. Unfortunately, the northernmost train tracks in Norway are in Narvik, after traveling through Kiruna, Sweden. From here, it is possible to travel by bus 350 km to Reisafjord Hotel. It is also possible to travel by train from Helsinki to Rovaniemi, which is a 8 hour drive from Sørkjosen.

By bus: Busses are an important connection between cities and towns in Norway, especially Northern Norway, since it does not have a train system. Bus routes to and from Alta and Tromsø stop right outside the hotel and provide an effective and convenient way to travel.

By plane: Sørkjosen has its own small airport that lies only 1,5 km from the hotel. There are two flights a day from Tromsø, which has direct flights to the major cities in Norway, as well as international airports. Tickets can be bought at Widerøe or at SAS.

By boat: Hurtigruten well known for its route around coastal Norway. Tours from Bergen to Kirkenes take 10 days, and include a stop at Skjervøy. Reisafjord Hotel is approximately an hour’s driving from Skjervøy, and bus connections are also available. Traveling from Skjervøy by boat can be a convenient and scenic way to travel, whether man is headed north or south. Views of the Lyngen Alps from the ocean side are spectacular. The “Hurtigbåt” provides a little speedier service between Skjervøy and Tromsø.