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Nutshell, Gudvangen to Bergen on Sunday Afternoon

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We will be travelling from Balestrand to Bergen on Sunday, August 21, and have arranged for our express ferry with a change midtfjord to the car ferry that will take us on to Gudvangen through the Naeroyfjord. We arrive in Gudvangen at 1430. From what I gather from various timetables, on Sunday, the bus leaves Gudvangen at 1530 and will get us into Voss at 1630 or so.

My questions are: 1) Do we need to reserve or buy our bus tickets ahead? Will there be plenty of room on a Sunday afternoon? 2) Can we possibly make a connection with Train from Voss to Bergen at 1642? That train is apparently a Regional train, and it is possible to reserve seats and buy tickets ahead. Otherwise, we can wait for the 1755 train. But that is a local train, and you can apparently only buy tickets at the station. We have heard that the trains on Sunday afternoon are very full and we may have to stand. 3) If we missed our connection with the 1642 train, could we use those tickets on the later train?

Any advice you might have would be greatly appreciated!

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