The distance between Oslo Sandefjord Airport (TRF) and Oslo Airport (OSL) is 122 km. The road distance is 166.9 km.
How do I get from Oslo to TRF?
The best way to get from Oslo Sandefjord Airport (TRF) to Oslo Central Station is to train which takes 1h 30m and costs kr 150 – kr 190. Alternatively, you can bus, which costs and takes 1h 41m.
How to get from Oslo Torp Airport to Oslo?
Vy, the Norwegian national train operator, offers one service between Torp and Oslo per hour. The journey takes approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes. Between Torp railway station and the airport there is a shuttle bus service that corresponds to the train schedule. The bus ride is included in your train ticket.
How many airports are in Oslo Norway?
Oslo city has three airports to choose between, the Oslo Airport Gardermoen (OSL), Sandefjord Airport, Torp (TRF) and Moss Airport, Rygge (RYG). OSL is closest to the city centre and it is the main international airport in Oslo.
Is Norway a European country?
Norway is a long country located in Northern Europe – with borders to Sweden, Finland and Russia on the east side, and an extensive coastline facing the North Atlantic Ocean on the west side. Here the climate is wet and mild compared to the east and the north, where winters are colder and longer.
How do I get from Oslo airport to Oslo?
Oslo has got one airport – Gardermoen (45 km from the city centre). The fastest way to downtown Oslo is by Flytoget, the shuttle train, which takes you to the city center in 20 minutes. A one-way ticket costs NOK 160. Trains run from 5.35 am to 12.35 am every 10 minutes.
How do I get from Oslo airport to Central Station?
It is simple to get from Oslo Airport to the city centre – and there are many options: the airport is served by buses, taxis, local trains and express trains. Flytoget’s aiport express trains depart every ten minutes virtually all day, and our direct trains take only 19 minutes to get to Oslo Central Station.
What is the biggest airport in Norway?
Out of the airports in Norway, Oslo Airport is by far the largest, handling more than half of all air traffic in Norway. Out of other airports, Stavanger, Bergen and Trondheim also have a significant role in terms of international traffic.
Can I visit Norway without quarantine?
You do not need to quarantine. You have to take a test on arrival or within 24 hours after arrival at entry points without test stations. Tests are usually free, and test stations are available at the most important points of entry.
What is the best time to visit Norway?
The best time to visit Norway is during the shoulder seasons, in spring (between May and June), and fall (between September and October), when the weather is amazing and there aren’t that many tourists. The high season to visit Norway is between mid-June and August.