Oslo: Norway’s Capital
Oslo Visitor Information
Oslo Pass You can buy the Oslo Pass in VisitOslo’s three tourist information centres. With the Oslo Pass you get free entry to more than 30 museums and free public transport in the city. Read more about the advantages and prices of the Oslo Pass.
VisitOslo can help you find and book hotels in Oslo and its surroundings. If you have questions about accommodation in Oslo and the Oslo region you can also call us: +47 815 30 555 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are many possibilities for sightseeing tours and guided visits in Oslo. In VisitOslo visitor offices you can buy tickets and get information about available sightseeing tours. Check also out the online sightseeing calendar.
Oslo city bikes
Visitors can rent a smartcard for 24 hours at the tourist information centers and use the city bike service in Oslo. The season lasts from 1 April to 1 December (subject to change).
You can get the official Oslo Guide at all three tourist information centers, or you can download it or get it sent to your home address. In addition you’ll find free maps of Oslo, as well as other brochures, such as the monthly “What’s on in Oslo.” See the online version of the event calendar.
NSB – Fjordtours Buy single train tickets for all stations in Norway, in addition to excursions in Norway such as Norway in a nutshell, Hardanger in a nutshell and Sognefjord in a nutshell. Ask bout suggestions for a daytrip outside Oslo.
In all tourist information centers you can exchange money – from foreign currency to Norwegian kroner. Open even when banks are closed.
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