Travel and accommodation

Travel and accommodation

Information about travel and accommodation in connection with EARIE 2021 in Bergen, Norway.

Your travel arrangements 

On Avinor's website you can find information about direct routes to Bergen from main European cities.

How to get around Bergen and to NHH

Conference hotels

Please find below the conference hotels for which you can reserve a room at the preferential conference rates 

Cut-off date: 15 July 2021 – after this date regular reservation rate will apply.  

Cancellation policy: Our conference participants can book their stay at these rates from 26 until the 30 August.

  • Scandic Neptun

    Scandic Neptun

    Centrally located in Bergen, Scandic Neptun is five minutes away from Torgallmenningen square. 

    The hotel is located within walking distance of popular attractions and have one of the biggest art collections in BergenFor a gastronomic experience of Bergen, visit the hotels several popular restaurants. 

    Prices

    • single occupancy NOK 1 155,- 
    • double occupancy NOK 1 355,-  

    WIFI and Breakfast are included 

    Location 

    Valkendorfsgate 8, Bergen 

  • Thon Hotel Bristol

    Thon Hotel Bristol

    Thon Hotel Bristol in Bergen is conveniently located in Bergen city centre. The hotel is just steps away from Torgallmenningen, the main square of Bergen, the active waterfront, and the fish market.  

    Prices

    • single occupancy NOK 1 100,- 
    • double occupancy NOK 1 400,-  

    WIFI and Breakfast are included 

    Location

    Torgallmenningen 11, 5014 Bergen 

  • Thon Hotel Orion

    Thon Hotel Orion

    Thon Hotel Orion is a fully renovated hotel with a light evening meal included in the room rate. The hotel is located right by the waterfront and only a few steps away from the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Bryggen 

    Prices

    • single occupancy NOK 999,-
    • double occupancy NOK 1 299,-  

    WIFI, Breakfast and light dinner are included 

    Location 

    Bradbenken 3, 5003 Bergen 

  • Thon Hotel Rosenkrantz

    Thon Hotel Rosenkrantz

    Thon Hotel Rosenkrantz Bergen is a newly refurbished conference hotel in the heart of Bergen city centre. Here you'll find those little extra touches that help to make your stay especially pleasant – like plush bathrobes and Bose stereo systems in every room. 

    Prices

    • single occupancy NOK 1 200,-
    • double occupancy NOK 1 500,-  

    WIFI, Breakfast and light dinner are included 

    Location 

    Rosenkrantzgaten 7, 5003 Bergen

VISA REQUIREMENTS

Participants are advised to make their own arrangements with respect to entering Norway. Some nationalities will need to organise visas prior to travelling. 

  • Please expand for visa details

    Please expand for visa details

    If you require a visa to visit Norway, please apply for it within a reasonable period of time, minimum three months ahead of the planned travel. 

    The Local Organising Committee recommends that all participants check the websites of the Norwegian embassy in their country prior to travel to ensure that they have all the necessary paperwork for travel. 

    Neither the Local Organising Committee nor EARIE can be held responsible for and cannot refund any registration fees for participants who fail to obtain their visas prior to travel. 

    VISA APPLICATION SUPPORT LETTERS  

    If you need a Visa Application Support Letter, the conference organisers can provide this letter once: 

    (a) you have registered for the conference and 

    (b) your registration fee has been received.  

    Once you meet these two requirements, please e-mail the conference organisers at earie2021@nhh.no with your full name, date of birth and passport number. Let us also know if you are a presenter as well.

    Your request will be processed as soon as possible, and the conference invitation letter (scan) for your visa application will be e-mailed to you. 

UNESCO World Heritage Site, Bryggen in Bergen. Photo: Robins Strand/Bergen Reiselivslag
UNESCO World Heritage Site, Bryggen in Bergen. Photo: Robins Strand/Bergen Reiselivslag