"ferry on the fjord" Oslo Transportation Tip by call_me_rhia

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by call_me_rhia

In summer there seem to be many cruises on the Oslo fjord, while in winter one in stuck... theoretically, only. There are regular boat services to nearby towns and it's a nice way (cheaper, too) to explore the Oslo fjord.

As far as I know the following routes operate year round: Lines 91-92-93 from Vippetangen (behind Akershus Fortress) to Hovedøya, Bleikøya, Gressholmen, Lindøya east, Lindøya west, Nakholmen.

Another possibility, the one I took, is by boat to Nesodden and Drøbak. Boats leave from the Aker Brygge. The one to Nesodden is simply called "Nesodden ferry", while theo ne going to Drøbak is boat 602.

If you don't intend to go onshore, but simply stay on the boat there and back, you only pay for a one way ticket - and if you have a day card for the public transportation, you can use it on the boat and pay for a little price difference (25 NOK)

Type: Ship/Boat

Review Helpfulness: 3 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Nov 20, 2006
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