Alesund Airport Transportation
Located on Norway’s western shores, Alesund Airport rests on an island just north of the quaint town of Alesund, home to a small population and renown for its art nouveau houses cramped along a tiny island. See all the renown attractions the moment you land by doing it with a ride worth witnessing it, choosing between a number of vehicle options below, from the family-friendly adventures inside an SUV to the quiet adventures with a sedan.
Shared Ride Van
Local Personal Drivers
AES Airport Terminals
Alesund Airport Shuttles
Get to know every part of the city in a way that saves you time and money by reserving a shuttle from either local or private shuttle providers , both of which can get you where you need to go on-time and with all the convenience in the world.
Placed in a region that’s filled and surrounded by unique island getaways, Alesund is a beacon of historic homes, nautical-themed landmarks, and the ever-looming backdrop of mountainous islands. Know what’s waiting on any side of town, whether you’re looking forward to a museum downtown or a day at The Atlantic Sea Park Aquarium on the western island of Hessa. If you find yourself on the east side with nothing to do, spend the day at Sunnmore Museum, a world-famous facility known for its medieval artifacts and open-air grounds.
Have a shuttle ready and waiting at Alesund Airport when you land by keeping track of all the important info, from what time your ride plans to pick up to where they plan to wait. Write it down in a travel journal, double-checking the details with your confirmation e-mail sent at the time of reservation. If you’re not sure where ground transportation is, ask a helper at the information desk for guidance, also considering a phone call to your service provider.
About Alesund Airport
Those who plan on staying at the airport longer than expected should look forward to a handful of shops and eateries to pass the time with ease. Get what you need at Travel Value, also considering the regional souvenirs & gifts at Point Kiosk, both of which are located on the Domestic side near a couple of restaurants; the sports bar ambiance of O’Learys and the baguettes at Upper Crust. International fliers have a spacious Duty Free shop as well as the trendy scenery at News Bar to choose from as well.
Those planning to hang out near the airport for the rest of their stay should get used to the Viagra's most popular landmarks. Start with the Roaldsen Wildlife Sanctuary, a popular bird-watching destination home to shallow beaches and rare plants that compliment the seasonal migrations of dozens of bird species. On the north side of the island is the Molnes Nature Preserve, another scenic spot with quaint trails and idyllic lawns perfect for a windy picnic. Grab a bite to eat at the nearby village of Roald as well, one of the most beloved options being the fresh sausage at Roald Kjott Vigramor.
Get to know the less constructed side of town by seeing what rests on the outskirts as well, whether that means visiting the village of Hoffland or relaxing on the beaches of Giske. Go far by staying close at the Alnes Lighthouse, home to astounding views of the Norwegian Sea as well as the experience of driving across three islands before you arrive where you practically started. To the east of downtown is Borgundgavlen, a tranquil oasis surrounded by placid ponds, a mountainous landscape, and the overarching harmony of nature. Reward your hike with a well-deserved meal at Lyspunktet Café afterward, the city’s most popular eatery due to its rustic-industrial look complimented by bright windows perfect for lunch and dinner.
Lounges at Alesund Airport