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The facade of Hafslund Manor in Sarpsborg The facade of Hafslund Manor
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Hafslund Manor, Sarpsborg.
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In the flow of history

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Centered on Europe’s largest waterfall, the town of Sarpsborg was founded a thousands years ago by Norway’s patron saint and most famous king.

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The Genesis Sculpture in Sarpsborg
The Genesis Sculpture in Sarpsborg
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Getting here and around

Get in-depth travel information on Sarpsborg's official website

  • By train

    By train

    The Østfold railway, operated by NSB (the Norwegian State Railways), runs between Oslo and Fredrikstad via Sarpsborg several times a day. The journey from Oslo to Sarpsborg takes about one and a half hour. Check out NSB's website for prices and timetables.

  • By road

    By road

    There are daily bus departures between Oslo and Sarpsborg.

    The motorway, E6, passes through Sarpsborg, so getting here by car is easy. Travel time from Oslo is about one hour.

  • By plane

    By plane

    Oslo Airport is situated 134 kilometers north of Saprsborg, and from there you can take an express train or bus to Oslo Central Station (Oslo S ). From Oslo you can reach Sarpsborg by train or bus.

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