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Norway is located in the western part of Scandinavia, in the most northern part of Europe with a population of more than five million. The country attracts millions of international tourists thanks to its unique natural wonders and spectacular landmarks. Don’t miss the opportunity to visit spectacular Norway and buy your cheap flight ticket to Norway today!

You can travel to Norway from Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen International Airport with Pegasus Airlines. Oslo Gardermoen Airport is one of the most popular airports in Europe that welcomes flights. After your flight to Oslo, you can easily reach your destination since Norway has one of the most advanced transportation options covering the entire country.

Transportation to/from Oslo Gardermoen Airport

There are three main public transport options to travel to/from Oslo Gardermoen Airport and Oslo city centre. Airport Express Train (Flytoget) is an express train that follows the Drammen, Asker, Sandvika, Lysaker, Skøyen, Nationaltheatret, Oslo S, and Lillestrøm routes to reach from city centre and airport. More information about the schedule and prices for this express train line can be found on the official website.

Another option to travel to Oslo Gardermoen Airport is to use the VY Regional trains, which follow the Skien, Oslo, Lillehammer, and Trondheim routes. In addition to this line, Kongsberg – Eidsvoll line also travels to the airport. If you would like to know more about the schedule and prices for the VY line, you can click here.

Public Transport

The public transport options in Oslo are trains, buses, ferries, and the T-bane metro line. The T-bane metro system is a type of light rail which covers a large area. There are a total of 5 lines on this light rail line, where Majorstuen, Nationaltheatret, Stortinget, Jernbanetorget, Grønland, and Tøyen are some of the most popular stops.

Trams called trikk travel to some of the famous sites in Oslo, including Vigeland Sculpture Park and Bislett Stadion. The buses in Oslo are divided into two, which are red buses or local buses and green buses or regional buses. Travellers using the green bus must enter the bus from the front door to show their tickets. On the other hand, it is possible to hop on to red buses from any door since general travel tickets are valid.Detailed information about the Oslo transport map and schedules are on this official website.

Is there a tourist travel card in Norway?

There is a special travel card for tourists in Oslo. This card is called Oslo Pass, and it comes with three options. Tourists can choose from 24 hours, 48 hours, or 72 hours options, depending on the duration of the stay. These tourist cards can be used for Zones 1, 2V, 2S, and 2Ø lines, which cover the majority of the most famous tourist attraction places. More information about how to buy Oslo Pass and the prices for this card can be found here.

Transportation Between Cities in Norway

The public transport between the cities in Norway is highly advanced to ensure a smooth journey between different areas. Some of the most common modes of transportation are ferries, trains, and buses. Since Norway is surrounded by water and there are many waterways across the country, ferries are highly preferred to travel between towns and cities.

For example, if your travel time is not limited, you can reach Bergen which is Norway's second largest city, from the capital Oslo, with a train journey of approximately 7 hours.

Where to Stay in Norway?

Norway is a popular tourism destination that attracts millions of international tourists every year and offers a variety of accommodation options to its visitors, especially in its capital and most influential city Oslo.

If you are in Oslo to enjoy its everyday life and vibrant cultural atmosphere, it is recommended for you to stay in hotels around the “Sentrum” neighborhood. In the neighborhood, you will also be staying walking distance away from some of Oslo’s most popular attractions such as Karl Johans Gate or the Historical Museum

If you are planning to explore renowned fjords and natural sceneries of Norway, you can stay in Bergen district. The district has many great four-star and boutique hotels in Vågen neighborhood.

We would love to help you organize your trip to Norway and you can book a hotel easily through our website.



Top things to do in Norway

Norway is a fascinating country to explore with its spectacular natural sceneries, modern and historical landmarks, and remarkable museums. There are plenty of unique attractions you can enjoy in Norway that are sure to make your journey memorable. We listed some of these amazing things you can do in Norway below and if you would like to know more about the country, you can check our detailed Norway Travel Guide.

  • Take a Day Trip to Akershus Fortress: Akershus Fortress is a fascinating landmark to visit in Oslo to learn about Norway’s history and cultural heritage. The fortress is known for its fascinating artifacts and spectacular gardens as well.
  • Wander in Vigeland Sculpture Park: Vigeland Sculpture Park is a unique attraction to discover in Oslo. Vigeland Sculpture Park is home to more than 200 sculptures by Gustav Vigeland in bronze, granite, and cast iron. The park is one of the most popular tourism destinations in Norway and attracts more than one million tourists annually.
  • The Viking Ship Museum: The Viking Ship Museum is located on the Bygdøy peninsula in Oslo and exhibits the worlds most well-preserved Viking ships and artifacts.
  • Boat Trip on Oslofjord: Having a boat trip on Oslofjord should be on every visitor’s must-go list in Oslo. The Oslofjord is not narrow as Norway’s western fjords but still offers an amazing fjord experience.
  • Walk on the Karl Johan Street: Karl Johan is the most famous street in Oslo and is home to many restaurants, cafés, and shops.
  • Norwegian National Gallery Tour: Norwegian National Gallery is the place to visit to admire fascinating Norwegian art. The gallery exhibits the famous The Scream painting by Edvard Munch and Gustav Vigeland’s Mother.

If you would like to know more about Oslo and its attractions, you can check our comprehensive Oslo Travel Guide.

Car Rental in Norway

You can also rent a car with Pegasus privileges if you want to consider a more comfortable option for city transportation when you arrive in Norway for business or leisure.


Airports in Norway

We use Oslo Airport for our flights in Norway.

Oslo Airport

Oslo Airport (OSL) is located 50 kilometers from the city center. You can get to the city center with train, direct bus, taxi, and rental car. Airport express train is the fastest option to get to Oslo city center with frequent intervals both day and night.

We listed some useful side notes about Norway for you right below.

Things to Know Before Visiting Norway

  • While Norwegian and Sámi are official languages of the country, almost everyone in Norway can speak and understand English.
  • Most stores in Norway charge their customers for plastic bags to encourage recycling and reduce waste.
  • Since Norway is not a part of the European Union, the country uses Norwegian Krone as its currency.
  • Norway is an expensive country to visit with higher accommodation, food, and sightseeing expenses in comparison to other popular European destinations.
  • Norway has one of the most well-connected and convenient public transport systems in the world. It is recommended for you to obtain a travelers card to enjoy its attractions thoroughly with reduced transportation costs since hourly or day to day tickets are expensive.
  • Norway is a safe country to visit with very low petty and violent crime rates.
  • Tap water is drinkable in Norway since it is clean and fresh.
  • While packing for your Norway trip, keep in mind that Norway is one of the coldest countries to be in during winters.

Essential Numbers

Country Code: +47

Oslo Airport Number: +47 64 81 20 00

Official Tourism Information Number for Oslo: +47 23 10 62 00

Police: 112

Ambulance: 113


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