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Very clean and efficient trains!

I love taking public transit. Oslo's metro is very modern, clean and efficient. I took it near... read more

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vitasoy1437
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Los Angeles, California
I'll take you almost anywhere in Oslo

Comfortably get around Oslo like the locals! This clean, predictable, and comfortable subway... read more

Reviewed 1 July 2018
William J
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Montevideo, Uruguay
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Reviewed yesterday

I love taking public transit. Oslo's metro is very modern, clean and efficient. I took it near the City Hall and went straight to the mountain with it. Yes to the mountains! I have never experienced a metro that goes that steep up the mountain....More

Thank vitasoy1437
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The T-bane is sweltering hot these days but mostly on time. It is safe and mostly clean and it takes you where you need to go. Remeber to buy your ticket at the ticket machines and validate it before entering the t-bane platform. The fine...More

Thank Laila S
Reviewed 1 July 2018

Comfortably get around Oslo like the locals! This clean, predictable, and comfortable subway transit system provides an ease of getting around, unparalelled in most major capitals of the world.

Thank William J
Reviewed 28 June 2018

The T-banen (know changed its name to the Metro) is running to many different places inside Oslo. I also contains a circle line. You can by single fair tickets lasting for 1 hour or you can buy a 24-hour or 7-days tickets. People past 67...More

Thank Thor Drange H
Reviewed 26 June 2018

You can buy a 1 day, a 3 day or a 7 day travel pass while in Oslo. There are not many places you cannot get to on Oslo's terrific public transport system. We caught the T-Bane to Toyen to the Munch Museum. On our...More

Thank CLWQld
Reviewed 26 June 2018

I travel with T-banen everyday for work and also on my free time - it is seldom delays (at least lately ; ) - departures are frequent and connections between t-bane and bus/trains/trams are good. Reccomend to use the "ruter reiseplanlegger" which will give you...More

Thank Camilla G
Reviewed 24 June 2018

Throughout my one year of commuting it has only been two or three delays on my beloved Sognsvann-line. The best option for getting around in Oslo.

Thank akyllev
Reviewed 14 June 2018

With a 7 day card, access to every part of Oslo is readily available using the frequent trains which serve every district. Because the carriage doors are on the same level as the platforms, access is easy for wheelchair users or baby buggy pushers.

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Reviewed 5 June 2018

One ticket gives you unlimited rides on busses, boats, tram and subways for either one hour, one day or one week

Thank iselin391
Reviewed 4 June 2018

We caught one of the T-bane from the National Theatre stop and took it to Frognerseteren - the ride was all part of our Oslo Pass and was very efficient. We caught the subway back into the city from the Holmenkollen stop - a very...More

Thank casswife
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Response from Lise C | Reviewed this property |
Hi, You have two train options. The airport train makes only one stop before Oslo from the airport and has space for luggage. The local train is cheaper and makes a couple of stops and when I took it, had no storage space... More
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Tim B
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Response from rsling | Reviewed this property |
Sorry for the late reply. You need to take either the high-speed train or the bus from the Airport into Oslo.
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