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Oslo, Norway's capital, is home to a thousand years of turbulent history which visitors can discover. It was only renamed Oslo relatively recently, in 1925, before which it had changed names on more than one occasion. Oslo suffered a bad fire in 1624 which destroyed much of the city. The ruined area was mostly abandoned and rebuilding took place on a different site. Today, the city has plenty of attractions, museums, restaurants and more to reward visitors at the end of a flight to Oslo.
This Viking city has plenty of fascinating heritage as well as a vibrant modernity. Its museums, galleries and historical sites are endlessly interesting and there are also excellent restaurants, bars and cafes to sample. Take advantage of the city's public bike service to explore the city by bicycle and take things in at your own pace. Enjoy the city's vibe and meet its friendly local residents.
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Visitors to Oslo often choose to arrive by air and there are three airports that can be used for flights to Oslo: Oslo Airport, Torp Sandefjord Airport and Moss Airport Rygge. Cheap flights to Oslo tend to land at one of the latter two.
Torp Sandefjord Airport is located approximately 110km south of the city.
Trains run from nearby Sandefjord Airport Station into Oslo. The UniBUss coach service provides visitors with another option for travel between Oslo and the airport.
Moss Airport Rygge is located around 60km away from the city.
There is a coach service run by UniBuss which goes between the airport and Oslo. The coach takes roughly an hour. Nearby Rygge Station also has trains which go to Oslo.