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Charter of coaches and limousines. All coaches are Mercedes-Benz or Setra - all of high standard, with 1-49 seats, equipped with video/DVD, stereo system, refrigerator, electric kettle, air-condition and lavatories.

Norske Turistbusser also has conference buses, and offers sedan and limousine transport as well.

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Mon - Fri
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
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Norske Turistbusser

Charter of coaches and limousines. All coaches are Mercedes-Benz or Setra - all of high standard, with 1-49 seats, equipped with video/DVD, stereo syst...

Norske Turistbusser

Source: Visitnorway

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