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By Plane

Oslo Airport, Gardermoen (IATA: OSL, ICAO: ENGM) is Norway's largest airport, located in Gardermoen, 37 kilometres north-northeast of Oslo. Direct flights are available to 107 airports, including 24 airports in Norway. The largest airlines in Norway, Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) and Norwegian Air Shuttle , operate direct flights to many European and Norweigian destinations from Oslo Airport, as well as large domestic networks. Flights by about 30 other airlines make this airport easy to reach from most of the world.

By Train

Oslo Central Station is at the eastern fringe of the city centre, by the end of the main pedestrian street Karl Johans gate. Oslo S is at the centre of Norway's railway, all lines (including the airport express train) terminate at Oslo S, making Oslo S the supreme gateway to Oslo. The major express buses go to the bus station next door to the train station.

By Bus

Oslo is well served by bus from most of Europe. The biggest operators of international buses are Swedish companies Swebus Express and GoByBus. Both run inexpensive services to and from Stockholm, Gothenburg and Copenhagen several times a day. Eurolines runs services to Gothenburg and Stockholm.

By Boat

Oslo is connected to Denmark and Germany by car ferry. Color Line runs services to Kiel (Germany) daily. DFDS runs daily services to Copenhagen (Denmark), and Stena Line provides service to Frederikshavn (Denmark).

Key places to visit
Royal Palace, Oslo Cathedral, Akershus Festning, The Norwegian Museum of Cultural History, Kon-Tiki Museum, Frogner Park


Places to Visit

Royal Palace

    Tours inside the palace are arranged in summertime, this year from June 21. The tickets for the tour must be bought in advance from a post office. If there are vacant spots in a tour, they sell the remaining tickets at the Palace itself to people waiting in line who don't already have tickets. Don't count on getting tickets on the spot unless you are quite ahead in the line since a lot of people buy them at the post offices. There are about 2 tours in English on weekdays

Oslo Cathedral

    Oslo Cathedral is none too impressive, but dominates parts of the down town scene. It is currently undergoing refurbishment, and is wrapped in plastic making it look like a concrete plant.

Akershus Festning

A medieval castle and fortress built in 1299, located close to the city center. There are several excellent viewpoints to the Oslofjord and surrounding areas. The stone walls create an exciting atmosphere, and you are free to roam around in tight passages and staircases. There are two museums here, both related to Norwegian military history

The Norwegian Museum of Cultural History

The Norwegian Museum of Cultural History a large open air museum featuring typical buildings from various periods in Norwegian history. This includes a city building that shows living conditions from the 1850s to the 1980s.

Kon-Tiki Museum

Kon-Tiki Museum Displays Tor Heyerdahl's balsa raft Kon-Tiki, and Ra II, as well as some other artifacts from Easter Island

Frogner Park

Frogner Park with the Vigeland Sculpture Park is a large green area about 10 minutes by subway from the city center. In addition to being a nice green recreational area, it is also decorated with hundreds of sculptures by the Norwegian artist Gustav Vigeland. There is a wonderfully relaxed atmosphere here, although the sculptures are a little depressing. If your children want to climb the statues, nobody will even bother to look twice at you. There is also a cafeteria, and two museums, the City Museum of Oslo and the Vigeland Museum. If you fancy an outdoor swim, Frognerbadet is situated next to the Frognerpark with 3 pools, several diving towers and a water slide.

Right Time to Visit

March - August


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