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If you have a Reuter card (public transport) you can take the public ferry to locations across the Oslo Fjord if you are a thrifty traveler looking to get out on the water but don't want to pay for a tour. Hovedoya is very close...More
I took a 2 hour trip from the harbour around the islands and back. It was really enjoyable and well worth the money.
The scenery is fantastic and the islands are just incredible.
The boat is a lovely vessel and the staff very friendly. There...More
The Oslo Fjords are just stunning. Being a Brit I was fortunate to work from an office where I got a good view of this daily. Olso is a stunning country. I'd highly recommend visiting the Fjords and Olso in general, just wrap up if...More
We used Fjord Tours to book a one way trip from Oslo to Bergen through the Sognefjord. It was a long day, but well worth the trip. The fjord is impressive and the stops along the little towns give you a sense of these small...More
This was just awesome if you have just a limited time in Oslo. I would love to have gotten deeper into Norway to some other Fjords. The boat cruise was beautiful and peaceful for a 2 hour tour. The islands were beautiful and you just...More
Mother Nature didn’t skimp when she created the majestic fjords in Norway!
We visited during a summer heat wave and were told the waterfalls weren’t as full as the usually are because of lack of rain. They were still spectacular! We passed Beautiful villages and...More
We took a 3 hour evening cruise and it was beautiful. We were on the Old Wooden ship tour and it was great. We had perfect weather which was great because this mostly outdoor seating. This is a large boat but has somewhat limited space....More
The scenic 100-km-long Oslo Fjord is worth to see.
You can do a shorter 2-hour fjord cruise for 315 NOK per person.
One option is to make a 23-hour Stena Saga cruise from Oslo to Fredrikshavn and back. The cheapest cabins are less than 300...More
Response from Researchscholar007 | Reviewed this property |
Both has its own charm, i dne neither so cant give my first hand exp.
If i hv to choose, i wd take one route while going n other while return.
Chk the train timing n days, they dnt operate on saturdays!!!
Response from kristinoslo2015 | Reviewed this property |
You can by the tickets from the machine at the ferry stop. You can use credit cards. You can also by from the app ruter bilett and plan your trip with ruter reise. The Feries are part of the normal public travel offer. You... More
You can by the tickets from the machine at the ferry stop. You can use credit cards. You can also by from the app ruter bilett and plan your trip with ruter reise. The Feries are part of the normal public travel offer. You can buy an hour ticket or a day pass. The day pass can be used for all ferries, trams, tubes or busses.
Response from aussieannAdelaide | Reviewed this property |
We were there for a very short period two nights from memory so really only one full day and it was in January. We took a cruise over the fiord and I highly recommend that. Not sure when you are going but in January it was... More
We were there for a very short period two nights from memory so really only one full day and it was in January. We took a cruise over the fiord and I highly recommend that. Not sure when you are going but in January it was absolutely freezing. The fort near the harbour is well worth a visit. Again due to our timing some of the exhibits were closed, but still very interesting. We stayed right in the centre of the city so it was very easy walking. The palace is worth a visit but I am not sure if it open to the public or just viewing from the outside.
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