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We recommend flying from Bergen to Hamburg and then taking the train from Buchholz to Bad Fallingbostel, which is the fastest option and takes around 6h 48m.
The cheapest way to get from Bergen to Bad Fallingbostel is to fly and train which costs kr 390 - kr 2300 and takes 9h 34m.More details
The quickest way to get from Bergen to Bad Fallingbostel is to fly and train which costs kr 800 - kr 2200 and takes 6h 48m.More details
No, there is no direct train from Bergen to Bad Fallingbostel. However, there are services departing from Bergen stasjon and arriving at Bad Fallingbostel via Oslo S, Göteborg Centralstation, København H, Hamburg Hbf and Buchholz. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 23h 49m.More details
The distance between Bergen and Bad Fallingbostel is 878 km. The road distance is 1625.6 km.Get driving directions
The best way to get from Bergen to Bad Fallingbostel without a car is to train which takes 23h 49m and costs kr 1700 - kr 2500.More details
It takes approximately 6h 48m to get from Bergen to Bad Fallingbostel, including transfers.More details
Bergen to Bad Fallingbostel train services, operated by Norwegian Railways (VY), depart from Bergen stasjon station.More details
The quickest flight from Bergen Airport to Hamburg Airport is the direct flight which takes 1h 35m.Search flights
Bergen to Bad Fallingbostel train services, operated by HVV, arrive at Bad Fallingbostel station.More details
Yes, the driving distance between Bergen to Bad Fallingbostel is 1626 km. It takes approximately 18h 26m to drive from Bergen to Bad Fallingbostel.Get driving directions
Widerøe, KLM and Scandinavian Airlines offer flights from Bergen Airport to Hamburg Airport.Search flights
There are 213+ hotels available in Bad Fallingbostel. Prices start at 87€ per night.More details
The best way to get from Bergen to Bergen Airport is to bus which takes 20 min and costs kr 35 - kr 50.More details
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