The trip starts at Oslo bus terminal
You can travel to a great variety of places from Oslo bus terminal, both within Norway and abroad. The bus can get to where there are no train tracks or airports. Get inspiration for your next trip by browsing through our selected destinations. If you know where you are going, you may use the travel selector to find alternative departure times.
Norway’s largest bus terminal
Oslo Bus Terminal (OBT) is Norway’s largest bus terminal, and the country’s third largest public transport terminal after Oslo Airport Gardermoen and Oslo Central Station. 50,000 people pass through the terminal every day, and there are over 3,000 bus departures and arrivals daily. OBT is part of the capital’s most central public transport hub. From here, you can transfer to the city buses from the OBT street terminal, the two subway stops Greenland and Jernbanetorget, the train from Oslo S and the tram from Jernbanetorget. There are taxis, electric scooters, city bikes and other micro-mobility in Schweigaardsgate. (See area map).
May we be of assistance?
Please feel free to ask our service-minded customer hosts about whatever it may be, in connection with your visit to Oslo bus terminal. They are there for you!
You will find the customer hosts at the info points in HUB and at platform A12. They are easily recognizable whit their red ties or scarves. The info points are staffed at 8–18 (9–18 Sundays).
Here you will find information on how to buy bus tickets.
Oslo bus terminal offers a wide range of services. Gat av overview here.
The assistance service is a sevice for people with disabilities.
A good place to meet
Oslo bus terminal is housed in the heart of the Gamlebyen area, a gateway to Grønland’s bustling square on one side, and Barcode on the other. With walking distance to the main street Karl Johan, via Radisson Blu hotel, Oslo Spektrum and shopping in Oslo City, Oslo bus terminal is a popular meeting place in the city.
Before your travel
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