Bodo Airport Transportation
Placed on the northern end of Norway, Bodo Airport rests beside the small icy town of Bodo, attracting visitors from around the world for its quaint small-town charm and close access to the Arctic Circle. With a booming population expected to create airport expansions, getting around can be tough. Make it easy with a ride that treats every corner with care, whether it’s a pick-up service that includes simple local personal drivers & taxis as well as elegant limousines, or a private vehicle that can offer a privacy the landscape deserves.
Shared Ride Van
Local Personal Drivers
Bodo Airport Terminals
Bodo Airport Shuttles
Make sure you arrive to Bodo with ease by getting a ride that picks up on a steady schedule, something easy to do with such a close distance to the city’s core. Choose between private SUV or shared ride van providers for quick rides across town, all at at the ease of hopping on. Discover the coolest parts of town by paying attention to what’s in your hotel’s neck of the woods, whether it’s at the heart of downtown or sitting on the edge of it. If you’re central, stay happy with getaways that include shopping at the City Nord Mall and ferry rides departing in the Kortneset neighborhood. Though the city is located on the north coast, the outskirts can have their own redeeming quality, from the stunning silence within Ronvik Church to the gorgeous views of Lake Norway visible at Myrnesset on the east side.
Make sure you leave no loose ends untied by keeping a travel log on your journey, and in that travel log a handy checklist of necessary to-dos. For shuttles, make sure you know all the important pick-up information, from what time you ride is arriving to the location – do so by printing out your confirmation e-mail as soon as it arrives, or write it down in your journal. Go the extra mile by double-checking your pick-up location with the information desk, located in the main passenger terminal and always ready to help.
About Bodo Airport
If you find yourself staying in the airport for longer than you planned, get comfy with a variety of eateries, shops, and kiosks ready to help pass the time. Start with breakfast, lunch, or dinner at Food Factory, Peppe’s Pizza, and specialty groceries at Narvesen. If all you need is a drink and a burger, head to Brygghuset, a pub-like atmosphere with unique access to three different restaurants. There are also a handful of shops that include a Travel Value, which offers gift, while Local Products is a store filled with regional souvenirs.
Look forward to your landing by finding the coolest thing to do the moment you leave the airport, the most obvious first stop being the world-famous Norwegian Aviation Museum. Home to a range of aircrafts, from vintage to modern, the huge exhibits are east of the airport. Enjoy a the historic Bodin Church afterward, driving a couple roads east for a walk inside the tranquil church, or take the family to Nordlandsbadet to experience the indoor pool broken in odd, from huge triangles to L-shaped lap pools.
The three ferries can take 3-4 hours to get to each unique village, depending on the weather. Explore each one, starting with Sorvågen, home to the popular Lofoten Stockfish Museum and a range of waterside cafes, while the furthest island of Rostlandet is home to T.H.E. CREATOR Museum, a beloved kitsch-fest made famous for its oddities out at sea. The least visited stop is Sorland, a scenic fishing town that offers miles of quiet coastline and friendly locals. And remember that no trip to Bodo would be complete without a bite from Gatsby Burger & Bar, one of the city’s most popular eateries that offers amazing cocktails in a casual bar backdrop.
Lounges at Bodo Airport