Molde Transportation

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    E39 Molde-Vestnes

    by globetrott Updated May 11, 2010

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    When taking the road E39 in order to drive to Molde you have to take the ferry from Vestnes in order to get to Molde.
    You pay about 100 kronen per car or motorhome plus 32 kronen per person for a ride of 35 minutes. There is a selfservice-restaurant onboard and a kiosk with newspapers.
    Click here for the timetable of that ferry

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    When you come to Molde by cruiseship

    by globetrott Written May 5, 2010

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    When you come to Molde by cruiseship it will be very hard to do any of the sights closeby on your own, so it will be the best to take one of the organized tours of the ship.
    Kvernes and 'Atlanterhavsveien' are much too far away to be done on your own, roads are quite slow in Norway and traficjams are also not unusual in Molde according to my experience and while your ship will wait for the official tourbus to be back in time they will never care about you in a privately hired taxi.

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    Bus to and from Oslo

    by SailorRoar Written May 28, 2008

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    Norway Bussekspress operates a bus connection that departs at 10 AM(day bus) and 10 PM(overnight bus) from Oslo to Molde.

    http://www.dagognattekspressen.no/

    Link to english version in the top left corner of the page.

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    Hurtigruten

    by knerten Updated Oct 17, 2004

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    Hurtigruten, also known as the Norwegian coastal express, has more than 100 years of service between Bergen and Kirkenes along the west coast of Norway. The route is recognised as one of Europe's biggest attractions and has been internationally acknowledged as the "world's most beautiful sea voyage". The fleet consists of 11 ships, here represented by the vessel "Kong Harald", seen docking at Molde harbour. Both northbound and southbound ships dock at my hometown during daylight, which makes it very convenient for photographing them.

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    The Speed Passenger Boat to Vestnes

    by knerten Updated Mar 18, 2005

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    The commuter ferry to/from Vestnes from/to Molde. During summer this boat also runs to and from Ålesund.

    The ferry MF Edoy (to/from Sekken island) is barely vible behind the boat on the left side.

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    The Bus Station

    by knerten Written Sep 25, 2004

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    In typical Norwegian manner, the bus station is an open square, with no sheltered waiting facilities...ok, there are, but not NEAR the buses where you need them.

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