Getting around

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14 Nov 2023

Getting around in Oslo is convenient and eco-friendly, thanks to its well-developed local transport networks, and thriving cycling culture. The city boasts an efficient public transportation system, including trams, buses and subways, all integrated under the Ruter ( system. The Oslo Metro (T-bane) is a particularly useful way to navigate the city, connecting key neighborhoods and attractions. 

For those who prefer cycling, Oslo is known for its commitment to sustainable transportation. The city has an extensive network of bike lanes and rental services such as Oslo Bysykkel (, making it easy to explore on two wheels. The bike-sharing system offers a convenient and affordable way to pedal through the bike-friendly metropolis. Oslopolitans also love to walk everywhere; it´s a very walkable city.