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Oslo - Getting There
Oslo is served by three international airports located on the fringes of the city. The Oslo Airport Gardermoen is the largest, serving 18 million passengers a year, followed by Sandefjord Airport Torp and the Moss Airport Rygge. All the airports are well connected by train, bus and taxi services. For details, refer to www.visitoslo.com/en/transport-airport.52094.en.html
More than 30 flight operators fly to over 100 destinations from Oslo. For information on airlines operating from Oslo to destinations across the world, see www.visitoslo.com/en/airlines-and-routes-to-oslo.85346.en.html
Being a port city, Oslo is also linked by sea to other capitals in Europe. For details of cruise and ferry services to all destinations from Oslo, you may refer to: www.visitoslo.com/en/ferries-to-oslo.96790.en.html
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