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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...
Lavprisekspressen's high-quality buses serve the following routes with prices starting at NOK 499,- one way:
Oslo - Trondheim - Oslo
Oslo - Kristia...
Bislet Car Rental is Oslo's largest independant rent-a-car company. They offer all sizes of rental cars, from small cars to large station wagons. Cars...
Swebus provides bus journeys with unlimited capacity at reasonable prices, and runs a comprehensive route network with approx. 180 stops in Sweden, Nor...
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...
Bus company with a big selection of modern touring coaches and a wide range of specialised coaches, including handicap coaches, mini coaches and double...
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...
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...
Finnish airline Finnair is one of the world's oldest operating airlines, established in 1923.
Finnair does not have a ticket office in Oslo. Booking b...