Engo Gard

Gml Engo Vei 25, , Oslo, Oslo Region 0404
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Fastest way from Rygge airport to Oslo central?

by danil85

Greetings, guys!

Please, help me with such a question.
I am flying from Riga (Latvia) to Oslo Rygge airport soon. Our flight arrive at 20:00 local time. Nearest bus "Rygge expressen" to Oslo central station starts at 20:40 and arrives at Oslo central station (Oslo bussterminal) at 21:40. Next, I have to jump on the bus to Brandbu route (actually to Nyomen stop). It is 153 Landexpressen. And the last one is at 21:45. So I've got only 5 minutes to change buses. It seems unreal. Could you recommend me any faster way to get from Rygge airport to Oslo central bussterminal? But not the taxi, it is too expensive for me.

Thank you in advance!

P.S. If you prefer to write me privately, email me at: danils.bobrovs@gmail.com

Re: Fastest way from Rygge airport to Oslo central?

by danil85

Oh, it is even worse! Our flight is on July 27, it is Tuesday, and on Tuesdays last bust from Oslo central to Brandbu is on 19:30. So we are 2 hours late. Don't wanna spend a night in the station, 'cause we are financially limited. Any advices? Maybe there is some kind of a straight route from Rygge airport to Nyomen? Or..?

Re: Fastest way from Rygge airport to Oslo central?

by hexelein

I can't really seem to find anything named Nyomen, could it possibly be Nymoen? It's not one of the stops on the route 153 to Brandbu (it could of course still be that it's a stop, just not on the official route).

You can still get to Eidsvoll or thereabouts at that hour, where there could possibly be a local bus. If you let me know just where you're going, I'll have another look.

The other option to go from Rygge to Oslo is by train, but it's probably not any faster, as it involves a local shuttle bus to the train station.

Re: Fastest way from Rygge airport to Oslo central?

by Terje1966

If you could change the day to 26th of july it seems that Norwegian has a flight
from Riga that lands at Oslo airport gardermoen at 1640. From there you can take shuttlebus to galleriet Oslo bussterminal.
This ticket costs at the moment just above 400nkr

Travel Tips for Oslo

When to Go to Oslo

by rich_celine

When to Go to Oslo

Norway is an important place for winter sports. January, February, and early March are good skiing months. Avoid late April, when sleet, rain, and repeated thaws and refreezings may ruin good skiing and leave roads -- and spirits -- in bad shape. The country virtually closes down for the five-day Easter holiday, when Norwegians make their annual migration to the mountains. If you plan to visit at this time, reserve well in advance. In May, days are long and sunny and cultural life is still going strong. In fact, Syttende mai (Constitution Day, May 17), with all its festivities, is worth a trip in itself. Norwegians tend to take their vacations in July and the first part of August. Summers are generally mild. With the midnight sun, even in the "southern" city of Oslo, night seems more like twilight around midnight, and dawn comes by 2 AM. The weather can be fickle, and rain gear and sturdy waterproof shoes are recommended even in summer.

From Stockholm to Oslo

by Sharrie

This is one trip where the journey up high is more pleasant than the destination... that being of the airport (in transit) ;-)

I had been on transit in many airports in the world but this one definitely takes the cake! ;-)

A day out in Oslo

by gordonilla

I have taken several groups from work to Oslo on day trips - and all of the suggestions which have been made are good and of course it depends on what you wish to see or do when in the city.

If you started with Akershus, you can capture the City Hall, Nobel Musuem, Aker Brygge and then you could take a short ferry ride to visit, Fram, Kontiki and the Viking Ship Museum - then back into the centre for a snack at the Cathedral or somewhere on Karl Johans Gate.

There is of course all the artistic stuff too - inded Vigeland, but then there is the Munch Museum - or you could travel further and see the Holmen Kollen Ski jump.

Lots to do - but a day is never enough time I have found.

King Christian IV

by yooperprof

It's pretty interesting that in Oslo there are still statues and streets named after Norway's Danish rulers. It's true that Oslo was for a long time named Christiania, after King Christian IV, the 17th century ruler portrayed here. His statue overlooks the Stortvoret, a public square in central Oslo overlooking the historic Domkirke. (There's a recent novel about Christian IV, "Music and Silence," by contemporary British writer Rose Tremain. I recommend it.)

Christian Krogh Statue on Karl Johann gate

by yooperprof

The Christian Krogh statue watches as the parade of Karl Johann gate passes at his feet. Krogh (1852-1925) was a realist, naturalist painter who was influential in early 20th century Christiania. He was something of a role model - and later a rival - of Edvard Munch.


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