Plan your trip
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There are many options for getting to Haugesund
The best travel route is to fly direct to Haugesund. Haugesund airport has daily flights from Oslo, Bergen, Copenhagen and other European cities. From the airport, you can take the airport bus, rent a car or take a taxi to Haugesund city centre. The journey from the airport to the city centre takes around 20 minutes.
Stavanger Airport has over 30 direct flights, including Aberdeen, Manchester, London, Frankfurt and Amsterdam. On arrival at Stavanger you will need to travel on to Haugesund by bus or by rental car, (around a 2 hour journey). See bus details below.
By car or bus
If you're driving, follow the E39 from Bergen and Stavanger, and E134 from Oslo. Drive time is around seven hours from Oslo, two hours from Stavanger, and three hours from Bergen.
Car hire: Click on the link below for more details on car hire providers.
There are daily bus departures to Haugesund from cities like Oslo, Bergen, Kristiansand, and Stavanger. Travel time is around 2 hours from Stavanger, 8 hours from Oslo, 6.5 hours from Kristiansand, and 3.5 hours from Bergen.
From Stavanger: The bus from Stavanger to Haugesund is called Kystbussen and departs from the bus station in Stavanger city centre. From the airport, take the airport shuttle bus or a taxi to the bus station in Stavanger city centre.
If you need any taxi services in Haugesund, please contact Taxi 08181 on telephone number +47 52 81 81 81 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. As a delegate at FWD you will get a 12% discount, so don't forget to mention that when you make your booking!
We offer accomodation at a variety of hotels which you can book when you buy your FWD ticket. Alternatively, you can book your accomodation independently.
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