Oslo

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Overview

A peaceful, easy feeling of a city

About Norway


Getting there You can get to Oslo from Kristiansand, Myrdal and Voss. Best price and travel duration below.

From Stockholm 05:55 $133
From Gothenburg 03:49 $125
From Katrineholm 04:52 $41
From Kristiansand 04:29 $133
From Myrdal 04:35 $150
From Voss 05:17 $164
From Sodertalje 05:35 $52
From Stavanger 07:46 $205
From Bergen 06:29 $184
From Trondheim 06:09 $189
From Hallsberg 04:22 $55
From Dombas 04:02 $150
From Lillehammer 01:33 $73
From Tonsberg 01:22 $44
From Fredirikstad 01:08 $39
From Halden 01:42 $55
From Sandefjord 01:43 $54
From Otta 03:28 $120
From Karlstad 03:04 $85
From Gjovik 01:56 $50
From Drammen 00:32 $20


Getting around From Oslo, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Fredirikstad 01:15 $39
To Tonsberg 01:23 $44
To Halden 01:52 $55
To Sandefjord 01:53 $54
To Gjovik 02:00 $50
To Drammen 02:24 $20
To Lillehammer 02:34 $73
To Karlstad 03:03 $85
To Gothenburg 04:03 $125
To Otta 04:08 $140
To Hallsberg 04:15 $98
To Katrineholm 04:45 $60
To Dombas 04:58 $130
To Myrdal 05:12 $150
To Stockholm 05:54 $133
To Voss 06:01 $164
To Bergen 07:28 $164
To Trondheim 07:54 $189
To Kristiansand 08:29 $133
To Stavanger 09:04 $205

While you're there

Oslo, enjoy the Norwegian fresh air!

Oslo is a breath of fresh air, offering culture and green spaces in equal measure. Opt for the clean, tree-lined streets of the centre with its eclectic galleries, bars and restaurants, or head to the Oslo Marka forest for fishing, skiing and hiking.

The largest and most famous park in the capital of Norway, the "Vigelandspark", hides 200 amazingly realist sculptures that the artist Vigeland created all along his life.

A visit of the Munch Museum will help you understand the great work of the world-known Norwegian painter Edvard Munch. Let yourself be tempted by the Viking Museum and its extraordinary Viking boats and other Viking collections and textiles. Discover the "Holmenkollen", a place entirely dedicated to the history and the practice of skiing.

To taste most of the Norwegian specialties, order a "koldtbord", a copious buffet offering all the typical meals and try carefully the local flavoured spirit "aquavit".

Train station(s)

Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Oslo can be found.

While trains are the convenient way to travel in Europe, planes are essential for bringing you from overseas. Major European cities are annexed to airports hubs, while important cities or towns are served by regional airports. Oslo is annexed to Norway.


Nearest airport

Gardermoen Oslo Lufthavn Airport

Gardermoen Oslo Lufthavn Airport Oslo-Gardermoen Airport is located about 35 km to the northeast of Oslo city. It is the second busiest airport of the Nordic countries with 30 domestic flights and over 110 international flights. Over a hundred destinations can be reached from Oslo-Gardermoen Airport.

Learn more

Oslo S

Address: Christian Frederiks plass 2 154 Oslo

Oslo V

Address: Filipstadveien 4 270 Oslo

 



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Nearby destinations

Main cities in Norway


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Customer reviews

  • "Not Good"    
    The children from the other family is playing in the corridor and no crew to stop them.  
  • "Stockholm to Oslo"    
    The ride from Stockholm to Oslo was very nice. We enjoyed the travel through the countryside seeing new things. Arrival in Oslo was on time. We wished that the windows would have been cleaned for better picture taking. In addition, there could have been a greater selection of food items available for purchase.  
  • "From Norway to Sweden"    
    Train left Oslo and reached Stockholm on time  
  • "Too much delay"    
    The train was older than I expected. The worst thing was that the train arrived at Stockholm 30 minutes later than scheduled. This is inferior when compared with trains in Japan and Taiwan (Although I've similar experience in Britain).  
  • "Not so first class"    
    My family and I traveled 'first class' from Stockholm to Oslo. The seats were comfortable And had more space than coach but the A/C didn't work. We had to keep a window Open to get some air flow... Until it rained. The Coach car was cooler. Food in the cafe was ok but they had a limited menu. I wasn't expecting The Orient Express but I do expect better than coach when paying a premium.  
  • "First-timers"    
    This is the first time we have taken a train across Scandinavia. The trip from Stockholm to Oslo was comfortable, adequately fast, and economical - all exactly what we wanted! It was wonderful to be able to get hot food and wine on board, too.  
  • "Stockholm to Oslo"    
    This was a very pleasant method to travel from Sweden to Norway. We enjoyed the comfort, wifi, and the scenery.