Oslo Airports
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Arriving in Oslo - airports, ferry ports and train stations

By Plane: Oslo is served by three airports, Fornebu Oslo Airport(Gardermoen) and Torp. Most international flights run from Fornebu, reached by coach in 20 minutes. There is a slower bus service that leaves every half-hour(number 31). Oslo Airport is 45km north of Oslo and is linked to the city centre by bus and high-speed train. Taxis can be caught at the exit of the arrivals hall. A growing number of no-frills airlines(including Ryanair) now use Torp Airport ; approximately 50 minutes by shuttle bus form the centre of Oslo.

By Train: Mainline trains arrive and depart from Oslo S Sentralstasjon Station, near the main bus terminal under Galleri Oslo. From here, trains run all over Norway, as well as connections to Britain and Europe(Tel: 22 17 14 00).

By Boat: Oslo is linked to Europe via routes to the UK, Denmark, Sweden and Germany. Several ferry companies sail to Oslo, including Colour Line(Tel: 22 22 94 45 70), DFDS Scandinavian Seaways(Tel: 22 41 90 90) and Stena Line(Tel: 22 23 50 00).

By Bus: All express buses arrive and depart from Oslo 's main terminal under Galleri Oslo. It's a short walk from the city centre and the central train station. Tickets for long distance journeys with Nor-Way Bussekspress can be bought here, or at travel agencies within the city. Bussterminalen(Tel: 22 17 01 66), Nor-Way Bussekspress(Tel: 22 17 52 90).

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