Transfer to/from the airports around Oslo
The cheapest way to get from Oslo Airport to the city centre is by train. Lines R12, RE11, and RE10 take 23 minutes to connect the airport with Oslo S, the city's central station, with an intermediate stop at Lillestrøm.
Trains leave the airport at 3, 13 and 43 minutes past every hour from 5:13am and 11:43pm. The only drawback is that they are commuter trains and therefore have no space for luggage and at rush hour you will probably have to stand up.
Tickets cost 114 NOK (€11). Children up to 16 and over 65 pay half price. They can easily be bought from the ticket machines at the airport and Oslo Central Station.
The Flytoget Airport Express is the most comfortable way to get from Oslo airport to the city centre, this train goes directly to Oslo Central Station without any stops in between, and the carriages are perfectly adapted for luggage.
Train departs from Oslo Central Station and Oslo Airport every 10 minutes during the day and every 20 minutes early in the morning and late at night, on weekends and during school holidays. The journey takes about 19 minutes and the price is 210 NOK.
Flybussen Express Bus operates several routes between Oslo Airport, the city centre and the surrounding boroughs, most of them around the clock. Travel time to the city centre is 40-50 minutes. You can find departure times, routes and order tickets on Flybussen’s website.
More info: https://www.visitoslo.com/en/transport/transport-airport/oslo-gardermoen/
Vy, the Norwegian national train operator, offers one service between Torp and Oslo per hour. The journey takes approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes. Between Torp railway station and the airport there is a shuttle bus service that corresponds to the train schedule. A ticket for the shuttle bus costs 35NOK.
The Torp Express bus service corresponds with most international flights at Torp. Buses arrive and depart from Oslo Bus Terminal. Travel time is about 1,5-2 hours.
More info: https://www.visitoslo.com/en/transport/transport-airport/sandefjord-torp/
All public transport in Oslo and the surrounding boroughs are included in one ticketing system. That includes city and regional buses, trams, undergrounds, local trains and ferries. The ferries to Bygdøy are not included.
Tickets can be purchased from vending machines at most stations, at the information office at the central station (Trafikanten) and at most Narvesen and 7-Eleven shops in the city.
On the bus you can only buy single tickets, which are NOK 22 more expensive than those bought in advance.
Being caught on the bus, metro or tram without a ticket carries a fine of NOK 1150. If the fine is paid on the spot, the fee is NOK 950.
More info: https://www.visitoslo.com/en/transport/in-oslo/
Despite their high price, Oslo taxis are a convenient alternative for getting to any point in the city quickly and without hassle.
You can order a cab from Oslo Taxi by calling 02323, or order your trip online.
More info: https://www.visitoslo.com/en/transport/in-oslo/taxi/