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Troms : Bardufoss
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Bardufoss is a small town in Troms, Norway which has grown together with the nearby village of Andselv. It has an important regional airport and a large airbase. Located in the interior of Troms a-midst a beautiful pine forests, the wild meandering Malselv river and close to the Dividalen National Park.

Get in

Norwegian has a daily direct connection with Oslo, as well as an occasional service to Trondheim from the airfield.

Cominor[2] buses reach Bardufoss throughout the day.

  • Finsness - the gateway to Senja, has two daily buses connecting to Bardufoss connecting with the flights.
  • Narvik - Route 100 has three daily connections, and an extra evening departure on Sundays.
  • Tromsø - Route 100 has four daily connections, and an extra evening departure on Sundays.

Get around








Get out

Routes through Bardufoss
KirkenesSkibotn  N noframe S  NarvikTrondheim

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