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Two children climbing in Høyt & Lavt activity park in Sørum
TusenFryd amusement park.
Photo: TusenFryd AS

Art, climbing and constitution

In Akershus you can easily switch between the good life by the coast, urban city life and active holiday in the countryside.

Hvalstrand bad in Asker.
Photo: Akershus Reiselivsråd
Oscarsborg, Drøbak
Oscarsborg fortress near Drøbak.
Photo: E. Ingvaldsen / Nasjonale Festningsverk
Høyt & Lavt climbing park in Sørum.
Photo: Høyt & Lavt
Henie Onstad Kunstsenter
Henie Onstad Kunstsenter in Høvikodden.
Photo: Henie Onstad Kunstsenter
Fetsund lenser in Romerike.
Photo: Akershus Reiselivsråd
Eidsvoll 1814 in Romerike.
Photo: Edin Kadribegovic
Summer in Drøbak.
Photo: Akershus Reiselivsråd

Getting here and around

Get in-depth travel information on Akershus’ official website.

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  • Akershus train

    By train

    The Bergen Railway, the Sørland Railway and the Vestfold Railway all stop at Lysaker station and Asker station. Several local railways go through the region.

    You can travel to many destinations in Romerike by train from Oslo and Lillehammer.

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  • Akershus bus

    By bus

    There are frequent bus departures to Asker and Bærum from several Norwegian destinations. The bus lines of Romerike correspond with public transport in Oslo.

    Local bus offers go from major cities like Oslo and Fredrikstad to Drøbak, Ås, Ski, Vestby and Sonsveien.

    Read more on Akershus' official website.

  • Akershus car

    By car

    E6 is the main road through Romerike, running from the capital Oslo through Eidsvoll and then to Hedmark and further north.

    Buskerud and the Hurum peninsula at the westside of the Oslofjord and Follo at the east are connected by a tunnel cutting the travel by 25 kilometres compared to passing by Oslo.

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  • Akershus boat

    By boat

    Ferries from Fredrikshavn and Copenhagen in Denmark and Kiel in Germany all go to Oslo, a short drive to most destinations in Akershus.

    There are ferry connections between Larvik and Hirtshals in Denmark, and between Sandefjord and Strömstad in Sweden, as well as commuter ferries from Nesodden to Lysaker and from Aker Brygge in Oslo to Vollen.

    Read more on Akershus' official website.

  • Akershus local

    By local transport

    Public transport between Oslo, Asker and Bærum is well developed by a network of bus lines corresponding with trains, metros and numerous bus routes via main stations like Asker, Sandvika, Bekkestua and Lysaker.

  • Akershus plane

    By plane

    Oslo airport is located 40 minutes from Asker and Bærum. From the airport you can go by express train, express bus or local buses to Lysaker, Sandvika and Asker.

    From Oslo airport to Follo: take the express train to Oslo S and switch to local train or bus services further to Follo.

    Torp Sandefjord airport is located less than 1 hour drive from Asker and Bærum.

    Read more on Akershus' official website.

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