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The country’s largest city is a cosmopolitan hub with an abundance of world-class architecture, museums, restaurants and shopping.
Oslo is a modern and diverse city with an abundance of museums and cultural highlights. According to VisitOSLO these are the main attractions.
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Oslo is the main nexus in Norway for both domestic and international travel and has connections to most other Norwegian towns and cities. Get in-depth travel information at Oslo’s official website.
The airport express train “Flytoget” takes around 20 minutes to Oslo city centre. The local train takes a few minutes longer, but is the cheaper option.
From Oslo you can travel to several destinations in Norway and Sweden.
Express shuttle services to Oslo Airport are available from 120 locations in the Oslo area. Express bus services are also available to Torp Sandefjord Airport. Find more information about travelling by bus to Oslo.
Oslo Bussterminal is the main terminal for long-distance and regional bus routes, located in the city centre near the central train station.
Ferries arrive daily in Oslo from Kiel in Germany and from Copenhagen and Frederikshavn in Denmark. Oslo can be reached by ferry all year.
There are also several options for travelling by local ferries to the islands in and around Oslo. Check out ferry companies in the Oslo area.
Oslo is the national hub for the road network, which makes it easy to reach by road from all corners of Norway.
When driving into Oslo you will pass a toll plaza. Visit the AutoPASS webpage for prices and payment options. Remember to pay close attention to parking restrictions and regulations.
Use the same tickets on all public transport in Oslo: bus, tram, metro, train and ferry (not the Bygdøy ferry). Plan your trip and check prices on Ruter’s webpage. You can also buy the Oslo Pass, which gives you free public transportation, entry to several museums, municipal parking, and more. Get more information on Oslo's official website.
Bicycling or walking is often the easiest way to get around the city centre. Oslo is equipped with city bikes conveniently located around the city.
Oslo Airport is Norway's main airport and serves over 100 domestic and international destinations.
From Oslo Airport you can reach Oslo's city centre by express train, express bus, local train, hire car or taxi.
Many European cities have direct connections to Torp Sandefjord Airport, which can be reached from Oslo by express bus or train. The trip to Oslo from the airport takes around 2 hours.
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