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Swebus

Swebus Photo: Swebus
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Description

Swebus provides bus journeys with unlimited capacity at reasonable prices, and runs a comprehensive route network with approx. 180 stops in Sweden, Norway and Denmark.

Swebus' office is located at Oslo Bus Terminal, where you can buy tickets for the entire Swebus route network. When the ticket office is closed, you can buy tickets from Mix (next to gate 7 at the Bus Terminal) or the café Qespresso.

Direct routes to Oslo:
Stockholm-Örebro-Karlstad-Oslo
Copenhagen-Malmö-Gothenburg-Oslo

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  • Buses Buses

Hours

Mon - Sun
8:00 AM - 6:30 PM

Transportation


Transport > Jernbanetorget / Bussterminalen
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Swebus provides bus journeys with unlimited capacity at reasonable prices, and runs a comprehensive route network with approx. 180 stops in Sweden, Nor...

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