Kristiansand airport is called Kjevik (KRS). There are direct flights to Kjevik from Copenhagen, Amsterdam and London. There are also frequent domestic flights to Kjevik from Oslo, Bergen, Stavanger and Trondheim.
Kristiansand lies right beside the sea and is therefore also accessible by boat. Ferries go between Kristiansand and Hirtshals (Denmark) and various cruiseships call on Kristiansand harbour every year. For more info about the harbour, ferries, and cruises see: Kristiansand harbour
The Norwegian railway company operates all lines in Norway. Trains run directly between Kristiansand and Oslo (about 4.5 hours), and between Kristiansand and Stavanger (about 3 hours). Tickets can be bought online and more information can be found on the website of Vy.
Outside Kristiansand: There are various buscompanies catering for travellers who travel longer distances departing from or arriving in Kristiansand. Information can be found on the following websites:
http://lavprisekspressen.no/ (in Norwegian)
In Kristiansand: Timetables and information on travelling by buss within the area of Kristiansand can be found at the website of Agder Kollektivtrafikk AS. It takes approximately 10-15 minutes by buss from the city centre to the university campus.
Agder Taxi: +47 07000
Taxi Sør: +47 380 28 000
|Hotel name||Price per night||Booking code||Book at|
|Yess Hotel||NOK 698||Desrist firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Thon Hotel Parken||NOK 1045 / 1245||UIA090620email@example.com|
NOK 1145 / 1345
|Scandic Kristiansand Bystranda||NOK firstname.lastname@example.org|