Transport in Oslo, Norway

Oslo Transport

Getting There

By plane: Oslo Airport, Gardemoen is Norway’s main international airport and is located around 50 kilometres from the city centre. A high speed train operates between the airport terminal and Oslo’s central train station. Services run regularly and the journey takes approximately 20 minutes.

By train: The main train station is Oslo Sentralstasjon as Jerbanestorget. Services from here travel to all parts of Norway, as well as Stockholm in Sweden.

By bus: Bus services from across Europe terminate in Oslo, with most services provided by Swebus Express, GoByBus or Eurolines.

Getting Around

On foot: You will be able to get to a lot of the city centre attractions on foot; however, you will also need to use public transport during your stay.

By bike: Oslo provides a public bike rental scheme. Bikes can be picked up from over 90 different locations throughout the city. The scheme runs from April to October each year.

By tram/metro: Oslo’s tram system or ‘Oslotrikken’ consists of 6 lines serving both the city centre and the suburban areas. The T-bane is Oslo’s metro system, running underground over 6 different lines.

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