Oslo, Oslo-Gardermoen (OSL), Norway

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Facilities & infrastructure


DNB offers banking and currency exchange facilities in Arrivals and Departures. There are numerous ATMs located throughout Oslo Airport.


Free wireless internet access (for up to two hours) is available throughout the terminal and internet kiosks are available at selected departure gates. Payphones are located at various points, while wireless phone charging points are also available within the terminal. Fax and photocopying services are provided at the information desk in the arrivals hall.


Various restaurants, cafés, snack bars, fast-food outlets and bars are located within Oslo Airport. The widest choice is in the domestic and international departure lounges, with options ranging from seafood bars and sushi outlets to pizza places. The public arrivals area offers a small selection of cafés.


Duty-free shopping is available for all international passengers in the international arrival and departure halls. Various other shops are located throughout Oslo Airport, including a shop selling Norwegian smoked salmon amongst other local delicacies. VAT reclaim is available for non-Nordic passengers.


There is a left-luggage and lost property office (tel: 6481 3477) opposite the railway station in the arrivals area. A porter service is also available from this office.


A travel agency in the departures hall (before security) can organise tour bookings.

Conference & Business

The Radisson Blu Airport Hotel Oslo (tel: 6393 3000; has a conference centre with a range of services, including: internet access, meeting rooms, video conferencing, secretarial services and catering. Meeting facilities are also available at the Park Inn by Radisson Oslo Airport hotel (tel: 6702 4000; Both hotels are linked to the terminal building via covered walkways.

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General information

Airport code: OSL

Number of Terminals: 1


There is a staffed information desk (tel: 06400) in the arrivals hall, offering hotel reservation and tourist information services.

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    The terminal is adapted for passengers with disabilities, who are requested to contact Passenger Services (tel: 6482 1900) at least 24 hours in advance. Wheelchair-accessible taxis can be arranged through Oslo Taxis (tel: 2323 2323) or at the taxi information desk in Arrivals. Parking for disabled passengers is available.

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    Visa & Immigration

    IATA Travel Centre

    The IATA Travel Centre delivers accurate passport, visa and health requirement information at a glance. It is a trusted, centralized source for the latest international travel requirements. The IATA Travel Centre is the most accurate source available because it is based on a comprehensive database used by virtually every airline, and information is gathered from official sources worldwide, such as immigration and police authorities.

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    Getting around

    Public Transport

    Oslo’s public transport network works on a zone system that covers tram, metro and bus. Single tickets allow you unlimited journeys over one hour, and 24-hour, seven-day, monthly and yearly tickets are also available. Alternatively, pick up a travel card from one of the main stations and pay as you go. Oslo also has a huge public bike network, Bysykler, with more than 100 stations. Inexpensive 24-hour smart cards can be picked up at all the main stops.


    Taxis are easy to pick up but are eye-wateringly expensive with a steep minimum fare that doubles after dark. Some companies also charge extra for luggage.


    Hotels in Oslo


    Oslo has an almost bewildering range of options to choose from when it comes to finding a place to stay,

    whether you’re after a luxury hotel or a simple cabin. Either way, it’s guaranteed to be clean, stylish and relatively expensive.

    Grand Hotel

    Karl Johans gate 31
    0159 Oslo
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    Category: Expensive

    The white stucco Grand Hotel has a Nobel suite where the winner of the peace prize stays following the ceremony.

    Grims Grenka

    Kongens gate 5
    0153 Oslo
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    Category: Expensive

    Inspired by the Orient, Grims Grenka is one of Oslo’s most glamorous hotels.

    Hotel Folketeateret

    Storgata 21-23
    0184 Oslo
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    Category: Moderate

    Very stylish, central and in possession of a gym designed to resemble a 1930s boxing studio.

    Radisson Blu Plaza

    Sonja Henies plass 3
    0185 Oslo
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    Category: Moderate

    Centrally located, this 37-storey hotel boasts slick modern décor throughout.

    Thon Hotel Astoria

    Dronningens gate 21
    0154 Oslo
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    Category: Budget

    Affordable but expensive looking and centrally located.