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Here at the heart of Oslo, you will find the busiest rail station in the whole of Norway - Oslo Sentralstasjon (Central Station), which is also referred to as Oslo S station.
The station has opened its doors to travelers back in 1987 and since then has been refurbished. Oslo S consists of three main buildings - the main station, Flytogterminalen and Østbanehallen. Across all three parts, travelers will find modern facilities and all the neccessasities they might need traveling to or from the capital.
Next to the station, you will find Østbanehallen - new food court, but don't be deceived - it is also the oldest standing part of the station, which reopened its doors in 2015 after a tremendous transformation.
The Østbanehallen offers a range of restaurants, cafes, small shops as well as the information center for tourists Oslo Visit Center. One of the best perks is the station's location - within walking distance from Opera, and the royal palace.
Oslo S opens at 03:45, closes at 01:30.
Østbanehallen opens at 04:30, closes at 01:30
Holidays do not effect the time.
Restaurants & cafes:
Oslo S opens at 09:00 closes at 21:00 (18:00)
Østbanehallen food court operated under different opening hours.
Facilities at the station:
Address: Jernbanetorget 1, 0154 Oslo
Telephone: 61 05 19 10
Open hours: 04:30 - 01:15 every day
Access to/from the city:
You can find taxi waiting outside Flytogterminalen or Byporten Shopping center. If you need to get to the station book your ride at oslotaxi.no, or use the app Taxifix or simply call tel. 02323 (if you own a Norwegian number), from non-Norwegian telephones, call tel. +47 22 38 80 90.
Find the bus station located in Galleri Oslo, within a walking distance from the station. Leave the station through the North entrance, cross the bridge and the long corridord towards Galleri Oslo.
Jernbanetorget station is located between the station and Oslo City. Take the automatic stairs down, which you will find on your way towards the Northern entrance
You will find the station for trams outside the Karl Johan and Oslo City. To learn more about the prices and routes, click here.
Airport Express Train
A high-speed train runs to and from Oslo Aiport towards Gardermoen at every 20th minute.
You can purchase tickets at Flytogterminalen station. You will find the train on tracks from 14 to 15 (counting from right to left)
There are plenty of car parks around the station, but the nearest one is called Oslo S Parking Garage, and it is open 24 hours. The garage offers eight charging stations for electric cars and can be accessed through the Dronning Eufemias gate.
What to know?
Lift & disabled access:
Getting around the station by wheelchair or with baby carriage should be relatively easy as there is disabled access and plenty elevators situated across the station.
If you need to find the nearest one to you, ask station staff and they will be happy to show you.
To make traveling with heavy luggages easier take a trolly.
Office open from Monday - Friday, 08:00 - 16:45, closed Sat, Sun and national holidays.
Storage lockers are available from 04:30 to 01:10 every day. However, you won't be able to access your lockers when the station is closed.
Payments accepted via - cash, Visa or Mastercard.