Travel to Norway and Oslo
Oslo is located in the very centre of Scandinavia and is easily
accessible from just about anywhere.
Arrival by Airplane
Oslo is served by three international airports:
- Oslo Airport,
- is Oslo's and Norway's main airport, located 50 km north of
Transfers to Oslo
are fast and frequent.
- Moss Airport,
- is located 70 km south east of Oslo and is mostly served by
low-cost airlines. There
are good connections
by bus and train to Oslo.
Sandefjord Airport, Torp (TRF)
- lies 120 km south west of Oslo and is mainly used by
low-cost airlines. There are good
bus and train
connections to Oslo.
Arrival by Railway
You may go to Oslo by train from either Stockholm or from mainland
Europe via Hamburg, Copenhagen and Gothenburg; for timetables and more
Arrival by Boat
There are daily ferries to Oslo from
Copenhagen, Denmark, operated by
Hirtshals, Denmark, operated by
Kiel, Germany, operated by
Arrival by Car
You may go to Oslo by car, but you should remember:
Here is more information on
- Parking in downtown Oslo is expensive.
- You will pass three or more toll stations on you way to Oslo;
credit cards are accepted.
- The toll ring around Oslo is automatic: you just pass and you
will receive a bill a few months later.
Wednesday, 02-Jun-2010 15:38:58 CEST
- January 24, 2011
The conference proceedings are now available online as
- October 20, 2010
If you were unable to attend, the three
keynote presentations are now available.
- October 13, 2010
You can now admire the photographs
taken during the conference.