Bergen's impressive new airport hosts regular flights from across Europe including the UK, France, Germany and the Netherlands.
Norwegian Air fly daily from London Gatwick and Wizz Air from London Luton airport.
Flybe and Loganair fly from Edinburgh and Widerøe from Liverpool.
The Bergen Railway from Oslo to Bergen is Northern Europe's highest railway. The journey includes some of the most beautiful landscapes in Norway. There are four daily departures between Bergen and Oslo and you can even do the trip overnight.
The Bergensbanen train between Oslo and Bergen takes about seven hours, has about 180 tunnels and 22 stops.
There is a taxi rank outside the station and the central bus station is next door with regular buses to Loddefjord bus terminal at the Vestkanten Storsenter
There is a bus terminal at the local shopping centre, Vestkanten Storsenter, and from there buses go regularly both to Bergen town centre bus station adjoining the central railway station as well as to Bergen airport.
The bus terminal is about 1.2 km from the house and there is a local bus that covers the route from the nearby main road to the bus terminal in a loop which runs every 20 minutes.
The major hire car companies such as Hertz Budget Sixt & Avis have offices in the Bergen airport terminal building. Car hire can be expensive in Norway and it works out cheaper to pick up a car in Bergen City Centre if this is possible.
Another more unconventional option, which may also be cheaper, is Rent a Wreck which has an office about 100 m from Bergen airport and adjacent to the long term parking area - there is a free shuttle bus connection.