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Island hopping in the Oslo Fjord

Island hopping in the Oslo Fjord Photo: VisitOSLO/Rolf Thoresen
Island hopping in the Oslo Fjord Photo: VisitOSLO/Rolf Thoresen

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Take a ferry and go island hopping between the islands in the Oslo Fjord. With a regular public transportation ticket or an Oslo Pass you can easily get on and off any of the ferries going between Vippetangen, Hovedøya, Lindøya, Nakholmen, Bleikøya, Gressholmen and Langøyene.

The islands are popular places to go swimming in the summer, but each island has its unique character and history worth exploring. Bring a picnic basket and a blanket and enjoy the peace and quiet just minutes away from the city centre.

Route 91: Rådhuset - Bygdøy
Route 92: Vippetangen - Hovedøya - Lindøya vest - Nakholmen
Route 93: Vippetangen - Bleikøya - Gressholmen - Lindøya øst - Hovedøya
Route 94: Vippetangen - Langøyene (summer holidays only)

Note: the routes have different schedules for different times of year. Check ruter.no for updated schedules.

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  • Sightseeing Sightseeing
  • Sailing & Boat Activities Sailing & Boat Activities
  • Family activities Family activities

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Ferry No.91/92/93/94

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Island hopping in the Oslo Fjord - Photo: VisitOSLO/Rolf Thoresen

Island hopping in the Oslo Fjord

Take a ferry and go island hopping between the islands in the Oslo Fjord. With a regular public transportation ticket or an Oslo Pass you can easily ge...

Island hopping in the Oslo Fjord

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