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NSB is one of Norway's most important transport companies, with traditions going back to the opening of the first railway in Norway in 1854....
"Lucky are those who arrive Oslo by boat" writes a German travel guidebook for Norway. And they are right. The passage through the Oslofjord whilst e...
Automatic Toll Plazas
An increasing number of toll plazas in Norway are automatic, where you drive through without stopping. A photo is taken of the...
Stena Saga serves the ferry route between Frederikshavn and Oslo, a comfortable way to start your holiday in FjellNorway and Valdres.
Aboard you can e...
The two vessels Crown of Scandinavia and Pearl of Scandinavia take you and your car comfortably from Copenhagen to Oslo.
On board, you find restaurant...
Bus company withup to seven departures per day between Oslo and Kristiansand.
Most of Konkurrenten's buses stop in the cities along the route, but on...
The ferry to the Bygdøy peninsula operates between April and October.
Departure every 20/30 minutes from Pier 3 by the City Hall.
1. stop: Dronninge...
The Airport Express Coach (Flybussen) offers convenient, high-comfort transportation at a reasonable price between Oslo city centre and Oslo Airport Ga...
The Rygge-ekspressen airport bus operates between Oslo Bus Terminal and Moss Airport Rygge. The travel time is approx. 65 minutes.
Lavprisekspressen's high-quality buses serve the following routes with prices starting at NOK 499,- one way:
Oslo - Trondheim - Oslo
Oslo - Kristia...