The land of Torshavn is accessible by all the three modes of transportation. Be it through airways, by car, by bus or through a boat.
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Vágar Airport connects the world to the town of Torshavn, where the Atlantic Airways is the national airlines of the Faroe Islands with its base. Built by British Royal Engineers during World War II on the island of Vágar, this airport is one of the deadliest and most dangerous airports in the world and also the main operating base for Faroese national airline Atlantic Airways.
You can take the Atlantic Airways helicopter service that connects to most of the destinations and remote islands as well. Bus services are available in plenty in each direction per day that connect the Vagar airport and Tórshavn.
Language is not a barrier, as most of the localities and tourist places in Torshavn deal in international language like English.
Here are few words and phrases that might help you out when you land up in Torshavn: (English/Faroese)