Go to content Go to navigation
Map
For groups, renting a tour bus in Asker and Bærum can be a good alternative - Photo: Schaus buss
  |  
For groups, renting a tour bus in Asker and Bærum can be a good alternative Photo: Schaus buss

Getting to Asker and Bærum and around

With the main airport, four-lane motorways, train stations and good public transport in general, Akershus is a municipality that is easy to navigate.

Regardless of whether you are travelling to Asker & Bærum, Follo or Romerike, Akershus is centrally located in relation to Oslo and is easy to reach by plane, boat, train or car.

By air

Oslo Airport OSL is located in Akershus, and the country's main airport has been located here since 1998. OSL offers flights to and from almost all airports in Norway, as well as countless destinations in Europe.

Public transport for visiting the rest of the municipality is excellent from Oslo Airport. Airport buses, the Airport Express train, NSB trains, and coaches all leave from here, and all major car rental companies can be found on location.

These are the three main airports of the surrounding region:

Parking at Oslo Airport

Safe and easy parking at the airport, 24 hours a day, is provided by Flight Park Gardermoen AS. One of the company's attendants will meet you at the short stop area outside the terminal/departures entrance and drive your car to the parking area, which is fenced in and guarded. On your return, your car will be waiting for you in the short term parking area opposite the arrivals entrance, ready to take you home.

Train

Travelling by train is both comfortable and environmentally friendly. The Airport Express Train to or from Oslo Airport to Asker and Bærum offers impeccable efficiency. The trains have a top speed of 210 kilometres per hour and take only about 19 minutes between the airport and Oslo central station.

The local trains to Asker and Bærum also stop at smaller places, while long-distance trains stop at the main stations:

Bus

Travelling by bus to Asker and Bærum is both comfortable and efficient. For groups, renting a tour bus can be a good alternative. There is also good public transport by coach. Akershus offers a broad and varied range of bus services.

For travel between small and medium-sized towns, coaches are often the best alternative. Ruter's travel planner is recommended - it can help you find the services that are most appropriate for your needs.

The Airport express bus has depertures to and from all three airports in the region, among other destinations, and Nettbuss Ekspress offers a large bus network across most of Southern Norway.

Groups may rent a tour bus from comapnies such as Schaus Bus for groups or VIP Transport.

Car Rental

All the major car hire companies are all represented at Oslo Airport Gardermoen. Opening hours may vary from company to company.

  • Avis. Tel: +47 672 55 510+47 672 55 510.
  • Budget. Tel: +47 618 10 680+47 618 10 680.
  • Europcar. Tel: +47 618 10 560+47 618 10 560.
  • Hertz. Tel: +47 618 10 550+47 618 10 550.
  • Sixt. Tel: +47 666 99 900+47 666 99 900.

Other transport

It is also possible to visit Asker and Bærum with your own car, car rental, mobil home rental or using taxis.

Asker and Bærum is a region with a well developed infrastructure. The main artery of the road network in the region is the E18. The E18 stretches from the Oslo border in the east, through Asker in the west, and into Buskerud county.

Most attractions and activities are easily accessible by car. The E18 is a toll road if you cross into or out of Oslo city limits. During rush hours the traffic at the E18 runs very slowly, and it is recommended using public transportation during rush hours.

Asker og Bærum Taxi is the largest taxi company in Asker and Bærum, and can be reaced on tel: +47 06710

By boats

Asker and Bærum features lovely long coastlines. It is therefore inevitable that travel by boat is often the best, and sometimes the only, method of transport if you want to experience the region’s gems.

Sandvika Fjordtorus with M/S Rigmor and M/S Rigfar are ferries that takes you to the islands in the fjord. These boats are among the most popular in the inner Oslofjord area, and are visited by 30 to 40 thousand travellers each year. MS Rigmor is probably Norway’s oldest route-driven wooden ferry.

They run ferries - and mini-cruises among the islands in Asker and Bærum. They arrange trips to Oscarsborg fortress (opera and day trips), Drøbak, Hovedøya, pirate evenings, fishing trips, school trips and more.

There are boats directly to and from Vollen to Oslo on weekdays during rush hours. For more information about prices and timetables, see Ruters Travelplanner.

Ferries to Oslo Travel by ferry to Oslo from Kiel, Fredrikshavn or Copenhagen. Color Line sails between Oslo and Kiel with daily departures at 14.00 from both cities.

Stena Line sails directly between Oslo and Frederikshavn, Denmark. Departure from Oslo at 7.30 pm Tuesday-Sunday (summer: every day) with arrival in Frederikshavn at 7.45 am. Departure from Frederikshavn at 10.00 am with arrival in OSlo at 6.30 pm.

DFDS Seaways sails between Oslo and Copenhagen with daily departures at 17.00 from both cities.

Book your transportation and stay now

Best prices guaranteed by BookNorway. 

  • Flights 
    Search all flight options to and within Norway.
  • Ferries 
    Search the widest selection of ferry lines and routes.
  • Car rental 
    Search for car rental and compare prices at more than 100 destinations.
  • Hotels 
    Search for hotels at 600 Norwegian destinations.
  • Cottages and cabins 
    Search among more than 2,500 cottages and cabins.
Ad
Ad

Listings for Asker and Bærum

Find providers and contact information
Last updated:  2014-09-25
Flytoget has direct connections to Lysaker, Sandvika and Asker - Photo: Elin Wiesener
Flytoget has direct connections to Lysaker, Sandvika and Asker
Asker station is located in the center of Asker, Norway - Photo: Elin Wiesener
Asker station is located in the center of Asker, Norway

Interest:  Getting here and around

Close
Embed this article

Copy and paste this code into your blog/website

Preview

For groups, renting a tour bus in Asker and Bærum can be a good alternative - Photo: Schaus buss

Getting to Asker and Bærum and around

With the main airport, four-lane motorways, train stations and good public transport in general, Akershus is a municipality that is easy to navigate.

Getting to Asker and Bærum and around

Source: Visitnorway

About Asker and Bærum

Asker and Bærum

Just west of Oslo lie Asker and Bærum. A world of experiences, nature and culture awaits you, there should be something for everyone.

Related videos

Related

Getting here and around

TEXT ADS
  • Ad
  • Ad
  • Ad
  • Ad
Ad
Ad