• 24 May 2018, 8:40
  • Luis

Summer flights from Oslo to Svalbard from only €73! Peak summer for €107!

Cheap summer flights to Svalbard!

Ready for an unforgettable adventure? Fly with Norwegian from Oslo to Svalbard (Spitsbergen)! Tickets to Longyearbyen are now available starting at only €73 for a round trip! Peak summer dates available from €107!

Svalbard literally means “cold edge”, an apt name for this northern land. The climate is Arctic, tempered by warm North Atlantic Current. Summers are cool (July average 6.1°C) and winters are cold (January average -15.8°C), but wind chill means that it usually feels colder.

Longyearbyen is the largest populated area on the territory of Svalbard, located in the high Norwegian Arctic. The settlement is popular as the most easily accessed frontier in the Arctic, and is an ideal base for the greater exploration of Svalbard.

Travel dates:
June to October 2017

Sample dates:6-18 Jun, 13-20 Jun, 6-11 Jul, 1-8 Aug, 12-19 Sep, 12-19 Oct

Routing:
Oslo – Longyearbyen – Oslo

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How to book:
Click HERE >> or just follow the link below and adjust travel dates.

Baggage during the trip:
One cabin bag per passenger.

Sample reservation:
Oslo – Longyearbyen – Oslo >>>

Oslo – Longyearbyen – Oslo (Peak summer) >>>

Accommodation:
We encourage you to choose Gjestehuset 102 for €117 per night for peak summer dates! This top rated guesthouse is located in Longyearbyen and offers free Wi-Fi. It is also a short drive from University Centre in Svalbard and the Svalbard Museum. Guests can sit down to breakfast served each morning at the hotel. In the evening, guests are invited to relax in the comfortable lounge bar. Svalbard Airport Longyear is less than a 15-minute drive from the hostel.

Car Rentals:
Book cheap car rentals at Rentalcars.com.

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