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Romerike is a green and lush region close to Oslo. Here you can visit Eidsvollsbygningen, the building where Norway's independence from Denmark was declared.
Several destinations in Romerike can be easily reached by train. Larger stations are located in Lillestrøm and Gardermoen, in addition to many small and medium-sized stations with many departures daily.
The Airport express train goes from Oslo Airport, stops av Lillestrøm and Oslo and further to Asker and Bærum – and into the county of Buskerud.
Romerike offers a broad and varied range of bus services. Romerike is bordering to Oslo, and the public transport is therefore linked, in many instances, to services in the capital.
Romerike is a region with a well-developed infrastructure. The main artery is the E6, which stretches from the Oslo border in the south through Eidsvoll in the north and into Hedmark county. Most attractions and activities are easily accessible by car.
In the summer season, different boat services are offering round trips on Nordre Øyeren, Vorma, Glomma and Mjøsa. It is also possible to hop off at stops along the way if you have plans to visit other locations.
Oslo Airport is located in Romerike, which makes the region very accessible. Romerike is also located only a short distance from Sandefjord Airport Torp.