Port of Oslo

Land Transport and Travel To and From Port Oslo
(Oslo, Oslo, Norway)

Oslo's road network and public transport system consists of trams and a metro system and provides excellent links with the rest of Norway.

Travel by Bus and Shuttles

Bus services are extensive, routes 20-89 serve the entire the city centre, while bus 60 runs directly from the port to the centre of Oslo.

Nor-Way Bussekspress is the biggest domestic bus company operating routes to numerous cities, town and villages across Norway.

Car Hire and Road Travel

The E6 is Norway's principal north to south road, and leads north to Trondheim, Alta and Kirkenes. The E16 will take you to Bergen in the west of Norway, the E134 leads to Haugesund and the E18 leads southwest to Kristiansand and Drammen.

Car hire can be arranged in Oslo, where several main companies have their depots. For the best prices, it is recommended to pre-book a hire car online in advance.

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Trains and Rail Travel

The Norwegian State railway has trains running to numerous destinations along Norway's southern coast only. The central railway station, Oslo Sentralstasjon, T-bane Jernbanetorget can be found in the centre of the city.

Car Parking

There is both short-term and long-term parking available at the port. Dedicated parking spaces are available for travellers with disabilities. There is an hourly charge for the short term parking, tickets are issued on arrival and payable at the booths upon exit. Long term parking can also be arranged on-site but pre-booking (online) guarantees availability and better prices.

Travel by Taxis

There is no taxi stand at the port. A taxi stand can be found at Oslo Central Station and several other locations throughout the city. To book a taxi prior to your arrival, Oslo Taxi can be reached by calling: +47 9200 0000. They are one of the largest taxi companies serving the city.

Oslo Port

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