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Oslo Pass

The easiest and most inexpensive way to experience Oslo! The Oslo Pass provides free
travel on public transport, free admission to museums and sights, More information on this page

Where do I pick up my Oslo Pass order?


Bring your voucher to the Oslo Visitor Centre near the Oslo Central Station (inside Østbanehallen food court), and you will receive your Oslo Passes. There you will also receive an Oslo Pass booklet describing all the benefits for Oslo Pass holders.

Location and opening hours

If you book the Oslo Pass online you will need to pick up the pass showing your voucher to the OSLO VISITOR CENTRE within our opening hours.

NB: The voucher is NOT valid as an Oslo Pass, you need to pick up the Oslo Pass at the Oslo Visitor Centre!

The Oslo Pass must be validated at first use by writing date, month, year and time with a ballpoint pen in the space provided on the card. After validation the Oslo Pass is valid for the number of hours indicated on its cover, either 24, 48 or 72 hours.

Oslo Pass for children applies for children from 4 to 15 years.
Oslo Pass for seniors applies for persons over 67 years of age.

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Traveler rating

98% (2120 of 2162)

2120 of 2162 travelers would recommend this product to a friend
Overall opinion

2.0 of 2

About guest reviews : The guest reviews are submitted by our customers after their stay. They are opinions of guests that reflect their experiences when staying at this hotel. Scores are based on a 1 (poor) to 5 (excellent) rating system.
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"What could be done better"

Recommended by MMR14, 05 Sep 17
In case of OsloPass you would try include the payment for some guided tours in museums, certainly in English.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Très pratique"

Recommended by , 03 Sep 17
Suite à une commande sur internet, très facile de retirer les cartes à la gare centrale. C'est plaisant d'avoir les accès gratuits aux musées ainsi qu'aux transports en commun même si la ville se parcourt très facilement à pied.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Worth to take the Oslo pass"

Recommended by Alice, 01 Sep 17
With your Oslo pass, you may travel to the museum at Bygdoy and to the Holmenkollen.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"OSLO ALL IN A CARD!"

Recommended by ANGELO, 27 Aug 17
VERY COMPLETE EXPERIENCE IN OSLO, THANKS OSLO PASS!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Convenient "

Recommended by Jasmine , 25 Aug 17
It's very convenient to use Oslo pass when using public transportation service & visiting spots in Oslo. It saves time & money especially when you stay as long as 72 hours.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Friendly Oslo"

Recommended by Ginny, 25 Aug 17
It was very easy to purchase the Oslo Pass online and to find the Visitor Center in the Oslo Central Train Station to pick up the ticket. The staff was friendly, helpful, and patient in explaining how to use the Pass tickets. Everywhere we used the Pass, there was no question about using it, but we did have to check in at each museum and often got a ticket for that specific location.

Using the ticket on the bus was easy -- we never had to show the Pass but had it available if needed. The list of venues that accept the Pass is fairly extensive and included every museum that we had time to visit.

I was glad that we had the Pass and got the accompanying booklet with good descriptions and directions of the venues accepting the Pass.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Very convenient"

Recommended by Burdet L, 24 Aug 17
Very good for our stay. We were able to visit a lot of museums, travel, go to the islands. It was wonderful.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Excellent Oslo Pass!"

Recommended by Zdzislaw , 24 Aug 17
Excellent idea, product and service! Congratulations!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great visit to Oslo!"

Recommended by , 03 Aug 17
We spent 3 days in Oslo & got a 72 hour pass. The transportation benefit alone was terrific. We used the bus, tram, ferry & Metro. So easy. The pass includes so many of the must see museums & is readily accepted at them all. Fast entry when others had to purchase tickets. Also used discount at Holmenkollen & sunset Oslofjord cruise. Definitely recommend.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great Value"

Recommended by Tricia K, 31 Jul 17
My husband, son and I were able to visit numerous sites with the Oslo pass and use various forms of public transportation. The pass worked great and it turned out to be a large savings, as long as you visited multiple sites. The pass was accepted at every location and was so simple to use. I would highly recommend.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"I'd give Oslo a pass!"

Recommended by Chris Holmwood, 31 Jul 17
As a teacher on holiday I'd give Oslo a pass! Before activating the pass we went to Ankerlusd castle, walked on the opera house, went to the Nobel Peave museum, the Viking Ship museum and the Flam museum. We travelled by tram and boat - we felt the Oslo pass gave us structure to our visit as well as choice and we even used it to get discount on a meal out!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Girls out in Oslo"

Recommended by Ikuljay, 29 Jul 17
I traveled to Oslo with a group of ladies from Manchester. Oslo is a lovely place with friendly people who all seemed genuinely pleased to help us have an amazing stay. The Opera House was outstanding, city hall beautiful, frognar park amazing and the easy tram transport meant you could go anywhere easily and quickly. Would definitely recommend Oslo and the Oslo pass:)
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass - a nice invention"

Recommended by Friederike Rohrauer, 28 Jul 17
It should be possible to print the Oslo Pass, after payment , at home - as you can do it with Boarding Cards.
There is no time saving for a traveller, if he has to go, after arriving and check in, to the Main Station to pick
the Oslo Pass up.
You must line up, take a number and wait to be received and to get to a counter.
I do not understand where is the profit for the traveller if he books and pays from home?
If you are than treated like each other traveller passing by and buying the Oslo pass.
At the same time and the same price!
Something should be changed in your Marketing!
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Super Hyggelig by"

Recommended by , 26 Jul 17
Super
Hyggelig by
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"No problemo in Oslo"

Recommended by FRANC jeanmimi, 22 Jul 17
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Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Definitely worth the purchase!"

Recommended by Molly, 17 Jul 17
Having an Oslo pass made my trip so enjoyable and easy! I had access to the fantastic public transit including the island ferries which helped me get everywhere I wanted to go. It also gave me free entrance to some amazing museums like the Viking ship, national gallery of art, and arkhaus castle just to name a few. The guide book that came with the pass also gave me great info and helped me plan an amazing trip. Already looking forward to my next visit to Oslo!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Highlights"

Recommended by Jim, England, 11 Jul 17
The Folk Museum on Bygdoy and the Astrup Fearnley Museum were the most memorable of the places visited using the Oslo Pass. The only disappointments were the Reptile Park; and the lengthy coach party queues to enter the National Gallery -- mid-afternoon is a quieter time, as I found on my third attempt.

All in all, the city Pass is good value for money (unlike New York!).
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Vacations to Oslo"

Recommended by Claudio Nanni, 10 Jul 17
Interesting and very useful. Not at all useful because you do not know all the restaurants and shops that accept it. It would like to have an external plaque (Oslo Pass) at exercise. There is no information in Italian at the information office near the central station. Thanks for your attention, Claudio
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Card is great value!!"

Recommended by Mara, Auatralia, 09 Jul 17
I purchased a 72-hour Oslo Pass for my three-day visit to Oslo. I managed to see all museums I had planned to see and travelled by public transport all free of charge. In addition, I took the non-express train to and from the Airport for half-price. Only on one occasion did I use the Oslo Pass for a discounted meal. It would be great if the participating venues could be extended to include an Asian restaurant, as none of the restaurants currently involved has much to offer a vegetarian. I found the Card great value for money. In fact, being such an expensive city, I wouldn't have been able to afford all the activities I so much enjoyed.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"City Pass"

Recommended by , 06 Jul 17
City Pass was great; however, even after doing everything online and paying we had to stand in lines for 45+ minutes. This took from our time to tour the city. (We had only one day in Oslo.) Perhaps you could have an express line for those who did their homework and purchased online.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Worth the savings for entries..."

Recommended by AP, 04 Jul 17
Worth the savings for entries to museums and local travel
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great Value"

Recommended by Michelle, 04 Jul 17
The Oslo Pass was very useful. We were able to gain entry to all of the sites we had planned to see. Also, we used it to travel around very easily on public transportation. I would highly recommend this to anyone visiting Oslo and wanting to see as many sites as possible.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo City Pass"

Recommended by Marce, 30 Jun 17
Best bang for your buck!! Between free admission to many museums and easy access to transportation as well as discounts on other adventures, you can't go wrong!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Norwegian people are great !"

Recommended by Paula, Thailand. , 27 Jun 17
Oslo is quite calm and relax city. Local people are nice and kind to visitors. This is one of the great place in the world that you cannot miss.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass is Worth it if you like Museums "

Recommended by Leo, 25 Jun 17
My girlfriend and I went to Oslo and purchased the Oslo pass. The Oslo Pass was worth it for the both of us because we went to a large amount of museums. After adding up the costs of the museums and the cost of a bus pass it was worth the cost. However, if you do not plan on going to visit the museums available I would not recommend it for the travel only. The buses are cheap to purchase individually in that case.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Best option to visit the City"

Recommended by Vicente (Panama, Rep of Panama), 24 Jun 17
Very easy to use, turist information office was very helpfull. Good price. Free entrance to the museums and
Transportation. 100% recomended.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"essentials"

Recommended by Nikki, 24 Jun 17
We appreciated this product. . Easy for transport and visit of museum
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Well worth the cost ..."

Recommended by TexanInParis, 22 Jun 17
.. if you plan to visit many museums and ride the transit system a lot. Don't particularly recommend the two hour fjord cruise. Keep an eye on the restaurant discounts. We took advantage of that at Paleo restaurant, which considerably added to our savings. Be aware that the time of the validity of your card starts WHEN YOU PICK IT UP. The date and time you write on the card mean virtually nothing.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"This just makes sense people! "

Recommended by Jim from California , 21 Jun 17
I have often heard people say that these deals are not worth it. They are so wrong. If you visit even 2 or 3 museums and use public transport (including the boat to the island where there are 5 or 6 museums) this pays for itself in spades. It is so easy to use and it saves time and money. We booked these types of passes in every city we visited this trip and would do it again.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Easy access everywhere"

Recommended by Joy and Bill, 21 Jun 17
It was very comfortable knowing we could take any form of transport, and museum desk personnel were welcoming when the pass was shown. Of passes considered in four cities we visited the Oslo Pass was by far the best value.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass review"

Recommended by Jillian, 20 Jun 17
Oslo Pass gives free access to major museums and tourist attractions.
The added advantage is free usage of public transport including trams and buses as well as guided walking tour.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Very practical and cheap !"

Recommended by , 14 Jun 17
Really worth, cheap, all inclusive, very practical for public transportation including boat.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass advantages"

Recommended by , 09 Jun 17
Provided easy access to transit and attractions to enjoy many sites and activities in a short period of time. Allowed the ability to appreciated what the area has to offer.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Our time in Oslo"

Recommended by Marjory , 01 Jun 17
I think the Oslo pass gave us good value for money and good flexibility.It is also very useful to have paid in advance for the pass and not to have to find money to pay for each place we visited or each public transport we used.As public transport is so good in Oslo we used it a great deal and enjoyed doing so.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Cost- and time-efficient way of seeing Oslo"

Recommended by , 31 May 17
Uber pass for visiting and getting round Oslo.

Eliminates hassles and maximises the fun of being a tourist
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Wonderful city"

Recommended by Cedricos, 30 May 17
Oslo is a town to trip to, so nice and wonderful under the spring sunny days !
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Good deal"

Recommended by pp, 30 May 17
Using is simple!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Simple and useful !"

Recommended by Marie , 30 May 17
Very good idea ! With the pass you can go easily where you want and visit museums simple scanning it.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass and travel"

Recommended by Deepak Bhalerao, Pune, 29 May 17
Oslo Pass is very much useful for short duration stay of the visitors in Oslo. We were able to use it at 6 attractions in one day: 1) City Hall 2) Nobel Peace Center 3) Viking Museum 4) Fram Polar Museum 5) Folks Museum 6) Vigeland Museum and traveled a lot by bus. train, tram and boat from one place to other going upto Vigeland Park. The Oslo city is vibrant and enjoyed every bit there.

The transport system supported by all modes is world class. The Visitor center is nicely located near Oslo S and you get all kind of information from the staff who is very cordial and knowledgeable.

I can only suggest that travel card ticket machine be located on Airport Arrival so that tourist can save a little bit.

Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Useful, great way to see Oslo highlights"

Recommended by KarenS, 29 May 17
Pass was extremely useful. Booklet helped with information to plan our days. Two day pass fine to see highlights, but we have left several places to come back to see on another trip.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Best Value"

Recommended by Colleen White - TN, USA, 28 May 17
Unlike other City Passes - this one allows you to do everything! All local transportation, all museums, walking tours, etc. The only down side is that if you don't have a smart phone with the ap...you MUST go to the City Tourism Information Building (30 minute walk in to the city from the pier) to pick up your pass. And even though we pre-paid on line, we had to pull a number and wait almost an hour behind people that were figuring out which products to purchase, etc. A special line just to pick up passes should be implemented - especially if you just have one day in Oslo as we did, and the wait cut in to our visit time.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Card was a success"

Recommended by Honoré (Belgium), 24 May 17
I stayed two days in Oslo at the end of a week in Norway (Bergen - Trondheim - Roros). With my Oslo Card I travelled around with the public transport en visited a few museums. Although the weather was not fine the first day, I had a very good time. Such a Card offers many possibilities.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great city, very clean and cosy!"

Recommended by Esther, 23 May 17
Oslo is a very friendly city, clean and a lot to do. I would reccommend it to everyone!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Amazing value and the best way to explore the city."

Recommended by Jamie, 16 May 17
This really is a no brainer for anyone visiting Oslo. Most of the museums are 100Kr entry so the 48 hour pass paid for itself just by taking the ferry to Bygdoy and visting the museums there. The Fram and Kon-Tiki museums are an absolute must! We also visited a couple of the restaurants where the pass can be used for discount. After a long day walking around the city the food at Rorbua was exactly what was needed. Big servings of seriously tasty norwegian food and the sharing platter starter was a great way to try out a bunch of different norwegian meats.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great experience in Oslo"

Recommended by Alex, 15 May 17
3 days of walking around, visiting museums, enjoying the scenery
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Needful thing"

Recommended by Bernd W., 12 May 17
If you stay in Oslo and plan to explore town and museums it is absolutely recommended to get this card. The longest period for this card ist 72 hours. I would have bought it for one week.
I was here with my family and the Oslo Pass savedvus a lot of money.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"a nice travel to Oslo"

Recommended by Lorena, 08 May 17
I sped 4 days in Oslo , I arranged my visit to Italy with internet. I buy the tickets Oslo pass and the reservation for hotel. It's all good. With the Oslo pass I used all metro, bus,tram and the museum are gratis. The Oslo pass is a very nice service
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Simple and effective"

Recommended by Tiago, 04 May 17
Just as it's supposed to be: simple and effective. If you're a tourist in Oslo, the Oslo Pass is a must as long as it is economically viable in terms of the places you plan to visit and how much they would cost you if you didn't have the Oslo Pass (don't forget the transportation)!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Very convenient !"

Recommended by Marine, 03 May 17

I think when you come on a short stay, it's the perfect product to enjoy a maximum without taking headaches!
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Fantastic product, we can actually..."

Recommended by João, 03 May 17
Fantastic product, we can actually save a lot of money, and the city is beautiful.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Easy travel with Oslo Pass"

Recommended by , 23 Apr 17
Oslo Pass is good value for money. Simply using public transport und entering covered museums is quite comforting. Visitor Centre staff very friendly.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"A must"

Recommended by Alessandro Sigurdsson, 18 Apr 17
If you are here to visit touristic attractions and taste some local food you are strongly suggested to purchase at least the 48hrs pass. You will save a lot of money if you are interested in all the museums (they are around 100nok per each) and it will include also any public transport. Also, you will have discounts on specific restaurants, including one where you can have whale meat, reindeer and so.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Freiheit und Unendliche Möglichkeiten "

Recommended by Sabine , 15 Apr 17
Dank Oslo-Pass und gutem Wetter ein wunderbarer Stadt-Urlaub!
Wir könnten viel sehen; ein unkomplizierter Ausflug zum Holmenkollen.
Der Oslo-Pass ist unbedingt empfehlenswert.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Good idea for Oslo"

Recommended by Constance UK, 14 Apr 17
A little expensive but if you plan ahead and make the best use of them then they become good value for money!
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Good deal"

Recommended by Diana, 11 Apr 17
Good deal. You validate the pass yourself before you first use it. Very efficient. Valid not only in museums and public transport but also in some restaurants.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Don't pass on the Pass"

Recommended by Sasha Hill, 07 Apr 17
Great way to see lots in 4 days.We visited 8 museums and DOGA.Interesting exhibition at Munch.Loved Astrup Fearnly,Folk and Ship museum.Enjoyed them all in their different ways.Norwegian Resistance Museum was a revelation .
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Can't Top Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Connie, 06 Apr 17
Oslo is a wonderful city with multiple attractions for every person. Oslo Pass provided an opportunity to see many attractions in the short window of time I was visiting. Oslo Pass allowed me to save money and time, by utilizing the excellent public transportation system in the capital. In addition, Oslo Pass presents so many choices to the countless attractions for visitors, it's impossible to run out of things to do and sights to see. I would highly recommend this Pass over the other options for people touring Oslo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Super!"

Recommended by Vitalii kolesnikov , 31 Mar 17
Super !!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"The easier way to visit"

Recommended by Andrea Chioppa, 26 Mar 17
Thanks to the OsloPass I had the opportunity to visit the most museums and places in the city with actually few money. Useful to take also the public transports and discounts for excursions.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Excelent Pass to user services on Oslo"

Recommended by Rodrigo, 26 Mar 17
Excellent card that allow you to use all the transportation system in Olso and a lot of museums.
I used a lot in our one day ticket. We are 5 people using it on our trip in march 2017.
Oslo is a great city and very beautiful.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"The Oslo pass turned out..."

Recommended by Tom, 09 Mar 17
The Oslo pass turned out to be a great deal for us. We were able to see many of the cities attractions in just 1 day.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass - excellent value for money "

Recommended by Michael (UK), 07 Mar 17
My wife and I enjoyed a 'city break' in Oslo that was assisted by purchasing Oslo passes. The ease of accessing all the attractions we visited, as well as usage on all the public transport options, was excellent and contrasted with other European cities we have visited where the options were not as comprehensive.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Muy buena opción "

Recommended by Lola, 01 Mar 17
Adquirir el Oslo Pass es una muy buena idea si vas a estar al menos 1día, es la mejor opción. Lo recomiendo 100%
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"can only recommend the oslo-pass"

Recommended by Susanne, 23 Feb 17
Can only recommend the oslo pass. Uncomplicated to use. The only thing is, that you have to pick up the pass from the visit-oslo-office when you booked online. maybe theres a way at print it at home+use it right away... Had a wonderful time in Oslo. We will be back+ use the oslo pass :-) Thanks a lot
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass is a Great Value"

Recommended by MISMYSTERI, 10 Jan 17
Norway is kind of notorious for being an expensive city. If you are a budget travel and like to see as much as you can, I would strongly recommend investing in the Oslo pass. You get museum entries and transportation included. If you had to purchase all that separately it would cost you so much more. Save yourself some money while exploring this beautiful city!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great card and useful"

Recommended by Dave, 02 Jan 17
Good Price in a card which you can use to public transport, museums, etc.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Nuttig en handig "

Recommended by Berlinkeezl, 02 Jan 17
Is praktisch en spaart tijd. Is alleen voordelig bij veel gebruik dus minstens 4 musea bezoeken. Verder plezierig bij openbaar vervoer.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Bien mais à réfléchir en hiver"

Recommended by Chris&Marc, 23 Dec 16
L'hiver tombe à 15h30 sachant que les musées n'ouvrent que de 10h à 16h pour la plupart.
Certains lieux ne peuvent pas être admirés par temps de brouillard (ferry dans les fjords, piste de saut olympique ).
Nous aurions aimé un pass adapté pour cette saison
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Excellent Experience"

Recommended by Pepe Zurita, 19 Dec 16
Amazing place
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"It is worth paying"

Recommended by Paansri, 15 Dec 16
I went to many places. I didn't worry about metro, tram or bus tickets.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Fast and furious"

Recommended by Andrea_TS, 12 Dec 16
With the on-line booking, you arrive in Oslo and in half an hour after landing you are ready-to-go. everything works perfectly and is well organised
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Money saver"

Recommended by Cathkins , 08 Dec 16
Without this we would have spent an awful amount of money. Travelling around was simple as we didn't have to worry about buying the correct ticket. Really glad we bought the Oslo Pass.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Well worth buying. Saved..."

Recommended by , 07 Dec 16
Well worth buying. Saved us money and allowed us to explore Oslo more than we would have done otherwise. Tourist office in the central station very helpful. Excellent city.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Visit"

Recommended by DANNY, 29 Nov 16
Have purchased this kind of product for some other different cities and Oslo Pass was no exception of the effectiveness of the same, most of all the transportation which allows tourist to move within the city easily. Thank you Oslo for having us, we came back to Mexico amazed!.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Excellent"

Recommended by Albator, 22 Nov 16
The Oslo Pass is the most practical and economic solution for a city trip in Oslo.
Easy for transports, and really a spare of money if you plan to wisit several museums.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass is the Best"

Recommended by lauleca, 10 Nov 16
Oslo Pass is very good for travalers. It is a little bit expensive, but everything is norway is. It is very good to use all public transport with only one pass. Maybe would be nice if the trains to and from the airport could be included in oslo pass too.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great Pass"

Recommended by Joaquina, 26 Oct 16
Oslo has many must-visit museums, so the Oslo pass is a great opportunity to see them all and not to spend a lot of many (very important for low budget travelers like me).
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Good choice"

Recommended by Diego A Lopez , 25 Oct 16
Perfect to go to main attractions and to use the public transportation in Oslo
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Brilliant value for money"

Recommended by KM, 23 Oct 16
During our 3 full days in Oslo we went to 8 museums, used the buses, trams, t-bahn & explored the whole city from east to west. For the cost of the original outlay of the oslopasses and no more. It was an amazing 3 days which was made possible by the ease and cost effectiveness of the passes I bought for my family. They say Oslo is expensive but it *is* possible to do things on a budget and still have the best time. Highly recommended.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Small Town with Big City Feel"

Recommended by Former Study Abroad, 17 Oct 16
We bought the Oslo Pass mostly for the ability to move freely around the city and go to whichever museums struck our fancy. Totally worth it for that. Oslo is a good sized city but that being said, buses/trams/metro come often and cover distance quickly so it doesn't take long to get from place to place which is awesome. Just be aware that if you are visiting like we were in off-season, many places are either not open, or with much more limited hours and the value of the pass is diminished because you may only be able to fit two museums into a day. Make sure you double check the reality of how much you can get done in a day otherwise you may pay more for the pass than you would for a public transport day pass/museum entrance.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Nice Pass to visit Oslo"

Recommended by tnoise79, 15 Oct 16
I really enjoy the Oslo Pass.
I had bad luck during my time there, Munch Museum was closed, and Ski Jump Lift was closed, too... So sad !
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Oslo Pass- Makes things so easy!"

Recommended by Happy Puffin, 14 Oct 16
I had an excellent experience with the Oslo Pass.

The website described it clearly, and took payment efficiently... without asking for more personal information than was relevant.

The way it works is very flexible, and helped me get best value. (You get 1 or more periods of 24 hours FROM THE MOMENT OF FIRST USE. So you start your 24 (or 48 or 72) hours from the moment that suits YOU. Arrive in town in late afternoon? Want to start using pass then? You Can! (Without the fragment of a day using up "a day" of your pass.

I was passing through town en route to Svalbard with Lindblad, so you can infer that I expect good service. VisitOslo and the Oslo Pass both did exactly that. The gentleman at the tourist centre was also very helpful concerning bus routes, and "fitting together" the things I wanted to do. I've been traveling for many years, and had a pretty good plan... but he made it much better.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Four wonderful days in Oslo"

Recommended by bertl1982, 11 Oct 16
Since we had the Oslo Pass (72h) we were able to use all public transportations, except from / to the airport. It also had all entry fees included which were interesting for us. And the best was that it was valid for 72h beginning from a time wich we could choose, so we were able to travel 4 days with it. It's not a day-pas, it's a hour-pass.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great city"

Recommended by Marsh, 28 Sep 16
Buying the Oslo Pass enabled us to visit so many more great museums in the lovely city of Oslo while knowing there was no extra expense. Great deal. Great City.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"saves both time and money"

Recommended by Marie, 28 Sep 16
Oslo pass is really convenient if you are fond of museums (or at least up to visit 2 or more during your stay). It provides you with free entrance to almost any museum in the city and free transportation which I really enjoyed!
In addition, you can have some discounts on restaurants and gift shops. It saves both time and money.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Four Germans visited Oslo"

Recommended by Manni M, 27 Sep 16
We booked the 24hours Oslo Pass for using only 10hours for Metro, tram and bus to Holmenkolen, Vigelandpark, Fram, Kontiki and back to City, no more time. With Stena from Fredrikshavn
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"The Oslo Pass is a must to visit Oslo"

Recommended by LataS, 27 Sep 16
Very useful and allows saving a lot of money (free museums and transportation). The broad selection of included museums and activities encourages to discover the city. The only weakness we found for the Oslo Pass is the small selection of restaurants with discounts. More restaurants, cafes and bars in the Oslo Pass would be great.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Enkelt og effektivt"

Recommended by Hans Martin, 23 Sep 16
Passet er en meget enkel måde at komme rundt i Oslo på. Det er hgurtigt og anerkendt af trafikmidlerne i byen, så for en turist er det en "gave"
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Nice way to experience Oslo"

Recommended by Tordam, 21 Sep 16
If you have a Day in Oslo, this is probably the best way to see the city from Hollmenkollen to Bygdøy by tram, tune, bus and boat
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"The Oslo Ticket offers a..."

Recommended by Mogli, 20 Sep 16
The Oslo Ticket offers a lot of possibilities and you can combine many objectives in a short time (Weekend)
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great Value"

Recommended by , 20 Sep 16
We wondered whether we'd get value from the Oslo pass before buying it, but we really needn't have worried. It covers a phenomenal amount of museums and attractions as well as giving you full use of Oslo's excellent transport system, and discounts on boat trips and restaurants.
It's also very convenient being able to roll up to museums and being able to show the pass and go in.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"A great way to see a great city!"

Recommended by Yonena, San Diego, 19 Sep 16
The Oslo Pass provides you with a number of opportunities to see Oslo in an easy fashion. The public transportation is excellent. The staff at the Visitor Center is particularly helpful. I am just sorry we did not have more time to spend there.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"2 days in Oslo worryfree"

Recommended by Frank, 15 Sep 16
We bought a 48hrs Oslo pass. Really enjoyed the freedom to move around the city and visit many of the great museums. Highly recommend it.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass 48h"

Recommended by Matt Matt, 15 Sep 16
Very convenient and useful if you want to visit and move in the city !
Easy to buy, easy to recuperate, easy to use.

Recommended !
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Worth having..."

Recommended by Roger, 12 Sep 16
...if you want to see a lot of things. The 72-hour pass is reasonable value if you want to take the boat trip to the museums on Bygdoy, as the trip is free with this pass.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Great pass"

Recommended by Anders, 11 Sep 16
If you travelled more than twice a day and visited 2 places (free with the pass) then you could count in the price, and that was sure easily done.

And of course it is easier to just handle one "ticket" than buying many sereral times.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Easy and practical"

Recommended by Loren, 10 Sep 16
Easy to buy it online and easy to use it. You can save many money.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"A Nordic Dream"

Recommended by Chi Z, 09 Sep 16
I loved every minute I spent in Oslo. To be a witness to well preserved and proudly presented Nordic culture and haritage reminded me to be a human who is well aware of her own existence and being a part of world culture. The museums in Oslo are not only the Norsk heritage but also the worlds'. Transportation is easy, city is eco friendly and very clean and well organised. Although I had limited time I still managed to visit most of the museums. Enjoyed the three main cultural milestones in Norsk culture; Munch, Vigeland and Ibsen. Looking forward to seeing and exploring this beautiful Nordic city and its "Vikinger" heritage again.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Free visiting Oslo"

Recommended by , 09 Sep 16
With the Oslo Pass it's easy to move in le city and enter in the museums. It is cheaper than paying every entry separatly.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Simplifies Travel"

Recommended by MJ, 07 Sep 16
The Oslo Pass was great - it really simplified and enhanced our experiences in Oslo from transportation to different sites we visited. And it was so convenient and easy to use. So glad we got it!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great deal"

Recommended by Alinde, 06 Sep 16
Definitivamente vale la pena comprar el Oslo Pass 72 horas, te da acceso a los sitios más interesantes de Oslo (museos, galerías, visitas guiadas...), también incluye los autobuses y metros en las zonas 1 y 2 de la ciudad y descuentos en restaurantes y tiendas locales. Muy recomendable
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"A few days in Oslo"

Recommended by H and M family, 05 Sep 16
Fantastic pass which allows you to visit most of the fantastic museums in Oslo. You also get many other offers and places to visit for free or with a discount. Free travel too including a ferry across the fjord!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"If you visit Oslo, the Oslo Pass is worth the expense!"

Recommended by , 04 Sep 16
The Oslo Pass made our visit to Oslo hassle-free and much more enjoyable than if we had to purchase every ticket separately. Because we had purchased the Oslo Pass we were able to visit more sights and enjoy more experiences in a short period of time. The convenience made the Oslo Pass worth the money!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Il fiordo di Oslo e..."

Recommended by Anna-Maria, 02 Sep 16
Il fiordo di Oslo e le sue isole mi hanno rapito il cuore.
Tornerò, fortemente sento che tornerò
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Good value for visiting oslo..."

Recommended by , 02 Sep 16
Good value for visiting oslo - Maybe needs a couple more discounted reasteraunts
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo pass"

Recommended by angelo, 01 Sep 16
Well, everything was perfect
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Beatyful Oslo"

Recommended by Nicola, 31 Aug 16
It's all good!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"excellent value for money"

Recommended by Jess78, 31 Aug 16
We bought the 72 hour Oslo pass for ourselves and 2 children. It was very easy to collect from the visitors office and we found it to be great value for money. There are so many attractions included in the price we didn't get round to seeing them all. Included in the72 hour pass is a mini cruise which was wonderful and all of the local bus, train and ferries. Definitely the easiest and cheapest way to see Oslo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Easy to use, great value"

Recommended by Katy, 30 Aug 16
The pass was very easy to use and a fantastic value. The 72 hour pass was an especially great value with getting the hop on/hop off mini cruise as well. I saw a lot of great sites I might not otherwise have seen.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"beautiful and rainy"

Recommended by Marietto, 30 Aug 16
My stay was perfect except for the weather .
But do not blame for the Oslo Pass
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Lönande och praktiskt"

Recommended by Mycket nöjd, 30 Aug 16
Oslopass är verkligen en lönande möjlighet att ta del av en trevlig stad. Att både resa kollektivt, parkera, äta och besöka museer gjorde det både enkelt och smidigt samtidigt som kostnaden hölls nere.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Perfect for exploring Oslo"

Recommended by Laura J, 29 Aug 16
We bought child and adult 3 day passes. It was a good investment especially as it rained for 2 days. Entertaining our 5 year old was easy using the Oslo Pass to go in the galleries and museums and when the sun came out we had free tram rides to explore Ekebergparken. Good value and our favourites were the Museum of Architecture and the Kon Tiki Museum. Highly recommend the Oslo Pass.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Excellent "

Recommended by Cyrille, 28 Aug 16
For the museums, the parking and the transportation, the Oslo pass is excellent.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Fantastic!"

Recommended by Evika, 28 Aug 16
100% recommendable. We could see lots of museums, travelled by boat and underground. A good product if you want to visit the museums and to know more about Norway
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"it was worth it!"

Recommended by LigaK, 28 Aug 16
I traveled with my family (4 people) and took 72 hours Oslo Pass. Very convenient because we could use any public transport during our stay. Oslo Pass booklet has good description for all available activities and for 3 day stay it is enough.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"1st Trip to Oslo"

Recommended by Thompson, 24 Aug 16
We had an excellent time. I can't wait to come back and explore more!! I love that this pass gives access to so many things and the public transit system.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Molto utile per la vacanza"

Recommended by Alex , 23 Aug 16
Preparatevi a spendere molti soldi ad Oslo,
è davvero molto cara. Con il City Pass riuscirete a risparmiare molto se siete in grado di organizzarvi bene.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Great card for traveling in Oslo"

Recommended by jo, 23 Aug 16
The card is very useful for entering into most of the attractions in Oslo, as well as travelling in the public transport. it helps travelers save a lot of money when going around Oslo.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"It might seem expensive but it is worth it"

Recommended by PJBP, 22 Aug 16
We bought a 48 hour Oslo Pass for our recent trip to Oslo. It gave us free access to all the things we wanted to see and then encouraged us to see other things because they were also part of the pass system. The fact that it also enabled us to use public transport for free also meant we could save our legs and take tram journeys for one or two stops (a luxuary), thus giving our legs a little break before we started around another museum or walk. Very worthwhile.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Life saver"

Recommended by Sarah, 22 Aug 16
The Oslo pass let me travel freely around Oslo - perfect for when you are traveling alone and get lost, you can simply hop on the next tram or bus. I used it for the fjord island hopping as well as entrance to multiple museums (which im glad I didn't pay for as some of them would not have been worth the money!). Go to Kaffistova for some great food and 20% off
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo pass merece la pena"

Recommended by Maragu , 22 Aug 16
It's worth buying the Oslo pass if you want to visit some museums, and moving around in public transport as we did. We also could join a mini cruise to the museums for free and it was nice.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by , 21 Aug 16
Useful
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Practical"

Recommended by Cesar, 20 Aug 16
Good access to every thing including transport
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"useful and cheaper option"

Recommended by Claudio , 19 Aug 16
It was very useful and afordable having the pass
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo IS beautiful"

Recommended by Gianni, 17 Aug 16
THE BEST you can obtain from a city.
THANK you
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Fantastic idea, so much available to do and see! "

Recommended by Katy, 15 Aug 16
We loved the Oslo pass and cannot speak highly enough of it! We pre ordered it and paid for it in the UK, a couple of days before we left for Oslo.

When we arrived in Oslo we went straight to the tourist information where we were quickly printed our passes. We could then choose exactly when to start them by writing the date and time we wanted them to commence. We chose the 72 hour pass and then filled our days with visits to all the fantastic museums, walking to most of them but, when not possible, we could hop onto public transport for free.

The best part of the Oslo pass is it allowed us the freedom to relax as we knew we didn't have to constantly budget for the museums or transport. We also skipped the queue in lots of places as you just have to scan your pass on entry, instead of waiting for a ticket. As such, we had a great holiday!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Excellent Pass and Value for the Money"

Recommended by Saint Louis Doc, 14 Aug 16
We found out about the Oslo Pass on-line. The pass is fantastic, and a real bargain at the price for seniors. We were able to enter all the museums we visited with the pass, and had access to the ferries, buses, and trams. It was an absolute real find. The only difficulty was that where the ships visiting Oslo dock is at least a mile from the train station which is where the information center is located where one needs to pick up the pass. Since we had limited time in Oslo, the trip to and from the info center was an issue. Our recommendation would be to have the pass mailed out ahead of time, or have a subsidiary of the info center meet the ships at the dock. But the pass itself was outstanding, and we would definitely do it again.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Saved money"

Recommended by jackie, 14 Aug 16
The Oslo pass is good value. It both saves money on transport and entrance fees, plus the time spent in queues as you skip the lines with the Oslo pass.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"My firts visit in Oslo"

Recommended by Liz, 13 Aug 16
This city is fantastic because is easy to move to everywhere, there are many things to visit and to do, the hotel where I stayed was so confortable, the lunch really very good.
the citizen people are friendly, the weather in summer is variable but it is nice visit oslo under the rain
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"OsloPass and Oslo Visit center"

Recommended by Denis, 10 Aug 16
If you stay in Oslo more than 1-2 days and plan to visit museums and use transport, I think OsloPass will be very useful for you! You can booked it at home and than get OsloPass in the Oslo Visit center, where by the way work very friendly and professional staff. They can answer on any questions what you have and give you helpful advices. I recommend!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Det er lidt vanskeligt at finde de restaurenter der er med i Oslo Pas."

Recommended by Rie, 10 Aug 16
Hej vi havde vanskeligheder med at finde de restaurenter og cefeer der er med i Oslo pas.
Både hvor de ligger og hvilke det gælder.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"24 hours in Oslo"

Recommended by Chip Muser, 10 Aug 16
Excellent value for the money. The ability to use all forms of mass transportation with a single ticket really simplifies moving around the city. Additionally, the admission to a large majority of the city's attractions makes it easy to spend as little or as much time in each as your group sees fit. My only critique is with the ticket sales in the visitor center in Oslo. An automat would increase the speed and flow of customers through the system. Perhaps tickets that are purchased via the website could be issued via an automat with a retrieval code that the purchaser could be sent separately in a manner similar NSB's system with train tickets.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Good value for money"

Recommended by Tom, 08 Aug 16
Thanks to the Oslo Pass, I've been to museum that i might not have entered before, in which I spent a great time then. Public transport and the ferry to the museum island is a great benefit.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Good value for money"

Recommended by Nicole, 03 Aug 16
excellent value for money and great for hopping on and off public transport!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo pass"

Recommended by Mary, 03 Aug 16
The recommendation in the lonely planet guidebook to purchase an Oslo pass was great. The pass got you everywhere and we used it to get on e bus, the subway and the streetcar. It also gets you into the museums and other sites around the city. Very much worth what we paid for it. Good bargain.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Good value"

Recommended by Jakal, 31 Jul 16
We bought the 2 day Oslo pass & over the 2 days visited 6 museums & used public transport to get around. Very easy, we more than got our money's worth. Certainly recomnend it if you want to experience a variety of attractions in Oslo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Four from the US, 31 Jul 16
We were very happy that we purchased the Oslo Passes prior to our trip. It made everything so much easier.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Very good product"

Recommended by Elva, 29 Jul 16
Oslo pass very useful
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Oslo pass a must have"

Recommended by Sara, 27 Jul 16
V good product. Saved us lots of money. Would recommend. Could improve by adding more restaurant offers. Oslo is v beautiful and people were friendly. Had a great time
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Good value "

Recommended by Derek, 27 Jul 16
If you intend visiting several museums the pass is very good value especially if you also take the boat to Bygdøy. You can also hop on & off other transport just for small journeys to save legs without worrying about cost.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Since I love visiting museums,..."

Recommended by Eduardo, 26 Jul 16
Since I love visiting museums, the Oslo Pass proved itself very handy. It was accepted everywhere, and spared me the trouble of handling cash.

Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Discovering Oslo without a car"

Recommended by Mimi, 26 Jul 16
What a surprise- we rented a car but didn't have to use it for our stay in Oslo. We learned how much better it is with a perfectly coordinated public transport system. Due to costly park garages we didn't save too much money but no we know better for our next visit. Experiencing the helpful and thoughtful people at the tourist information center made our stay in Oslo and our continued journey in Norway a most enjoyable stay.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Could not have done without it!"

Recommended by Gisela, 24 Jul 16
Having the Oslo pass gave me the freedom to jump on and off buses, and see all the museums I wanted to see without having to worry about the costs. All I had to do was show the pass at the ticket desk and I was in. Sometimes I received another ticket, sometimes they just waved me on. So simple and so worth while!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Brukervenlig"

Recommended by Åge Herrefoss, 24 Jul 16
Det var enkelt å benytte kortet og stedene vi besøkte var godt kjent med kortet.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Easy tp use and econonical"

Recommended by Robret, 23 Jul 16
At every museum we visited it was free (saving 100 NOK) or cheaper by 20% . Public transportation is free !! (No need to buy tickets, just board the bus/tram/underground or boat !). Only if the conductor asks you, show it to him and thats it. The boat transportation to museums is free w/ Oslo Pass.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Depending on how jam-packed your days are, the card can be a big help"

Recommended by John, 21 Jul 16
The Oslo Pass was worth the money. We did a side-by-side comparison of the regular cost of the sights we wanted to see and the things we wanted to do, then compared it to the cost of the card (thankfully, this information was all available online), and the cost of the card was less. You do have to be somewhat aggressive about your schedule, but you can fit quite a bit in, and the card makes it a bit cheaper (this is really important considering how expensive Norway is). I would recommend the card to other travelers. I should note that we did the 72-hour card. We were a family of 7 (the youngest two didn't need to pay for most things, so we didn't do cards for them).
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"See Oslo unfettered"

Recommended by @Travel_Safer, 21 Jul 16
The Oslo pass was how I saw the city on my own terms. Hopping on any bus, metro or tram and shuttling around to so many museums and sights without having to go for my wallet at every turn was a great feeling.
The Oslo pass will definitely improve your experience and save you money!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Very easy and useful !"

Recommended by Lena, 20 Jul 16
Very useful and easy. We recommend !
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Well done!"

Recommended by Katie , 19 Jul 16
This is such an excellent all-inclusive pass and is well worth the money. Just make sure to take advantage to get the bang for your buck!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Really helpful and worthwhile pass!"

Recommended by pk, 18 Jul 16
Highly recommend the 72 hr pass if in Oslo for longing enough.

Great list of museums and transport was efficient.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Good deal!"

Recommended by VandaAngelo, 18 Jul 16
It was very usefull and is a good product/service to visit oslo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Easy and complete"

Recommended by Carolina, 14 Jul 16
A great way to visit all the significative places in Oslo. Easy to buy it and to use it. Very complete service (transport & museums)
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Good pass"

Recommended by , 13 Jul 16
It was a great pass for ppl who hasn't been Oslo and want to check off things on their list.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Oslo pass for children"

Recommended by , 13 Jul 16
The Oslo pass is not so useful for children because many museums are free and prices in public transports are reduced for children under 16. It is worth planning carefully your stay before buying the pass for your children. On the other hand it allows you to visit the same museum several times, which is nice fro young children who cannot stand a long stay in a museum.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Buy it - you will love it!"

Recommended by Globetrotter, 12 Jul 16
Given the prices and the package coming with the Oslo pass, I highly recommend it.
It made our visit significantly better because we did not have to worry about transport tickets or museum prices and probably used twice the cost of Oslo pass
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"A true travel bargain"

Recommended by , 12 Jul 16
Purchased online & saw many sites very much cheaper than tour company excursions. Very satisfied😊
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass offers great value on sightseeing, transit, restaurants and more!"

Recommended by Annyfranny, 12 Jul 16
I loved the convenience and peace of mind in using the Oslo Pass. We bought the 72-hour version, and it meant we could take the subways and trams whenever we wanted without worrying about adding to our expenses; we also used it for the Bygdoy ferry and the museums on Bygdoy. One thing though--I did not read the booklet carefully enough and did not realize it could get us into the Frognerbadet, so we paid unnecessarily! It would be helpful if vendors who participate could display a sticker or something, since it did not seem like something that would be covered. Thank you for offering this, I will certainly recommend it to others. I love your city! I lived here as a child in the 1970s and am so delighted to bring my kids back for a short visit... 40 years later!!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Useful purchase"

Recommended by Margaret, 09 Jul 16
The Oslo pass made visiting all the sites and travelling around the city very straightforward. I felt it was good value.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Easy way to see all Oslo has to offer!"

Recommended by Beachmom, 08 Jul 16
Very convenient, great price. We rarely had to wait for any bus, tram, metro train! Stops were close to all attractions, restaurants. We always felt safe traveling.

Thanks!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Good Value in Oslo"

Recommended by Kathleen W., 07 Jul 16
We had the 48 hour Oslo pass and found it a real value and a definite convenience. it covered most of the sights we wanted to see, and we really enjoyed the fact that it gave us free travel on the city's transportation system. We even used it to defray the cost of the NSB train to the airport.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"The OSLO PASS is much..."

Recommended by Wolf, 05 Jul 16
The OSLO PASS is much better than expected. We spent 5 days in Oslo, would be great to have an optoion for a 5 days OSLO PASS!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Useful all in one pass"

Recommended by Chen, 04 Jul 16
The Oslo Pass included entrance tickets for all major tourism spots and transportation in Oslo city. It's useful for you to explore the city.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"We love Oslo"

Recommended by Sherri, 03 Jul 16
My daughter and I spent two and a half days in Oslo and loved this city. Everyone we encountered was friendly and helpful. Oslo is a great walking city and with the Oslo pass all museums are free as well as mass transit. Probably our favorites were the Folk Museum, the Viking Museum and Oslo Fjord boat trip. Thank you Oslo for a great start to our vacation!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslopass -a lot of amazing..."

Recommended by , 03 Jul 16
Oslopass -a lot of amazing things to do for a very low cost! Great!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great Value and so handy!"

Recommended by Brid, 30 Jun 16
My friend and I purchased the 72hr pass and we're so glad we did! We got to see some amazing sites and the free travel was just the icing on top. As part of the 72hr pass we got a free hop-on hop-off cruise which was lovely! We saw so much! The pass was so easy to use and would definitely recommend anyone visiting the city to invest!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"seeing Oslo on your own way with the oslo Pass"

Recommended by Elisabeth, 29 Jun 16
You can use the Oslo Pass on many ways, Train, metro,bus,boot. Museum. Fantastic.
And with the age of 67 you pay a lot less.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"dommage!"

Recommended by Mireille, 29 Jun 16
Dommage que l'on fasse une différence entre les séniors et les autres
Bien sûr nous bénéficions d'une réduction de prix sur le "pass", mais nous ne bénéficions pas des mêmes avantages (ex petite croisière sur les fjords)
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Best way to see all of Oslo!"

Recommended by Magdalena, 28 Jun 16
The Oslo Pass is an excellent way to see the whole city and all its attractions as almost everything is included. Considering how expensive Oslo is, discovering all the interesting places around the city would not be possible without it, especially for those travelling on a budget. Highly recommended!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by John from Canada , 26 Jun 16
Very good value for many of the local attractions. We used the free transit, many of the museum passes. discounts on both tours and restaurant meals.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Not everything in Norway is expensive!!!"

Recommended by Michael from Scotland, 24 Jun 16
The Oslo card was fantastic value. Whenever you say you are going to Scandanavia on holiday people wince and tell you that it is expensive. Food (and alcohol in particular) are pricey (think airport prices for everything but not too bad) but I don't drink and you are probably not going to pick Norway for a boozy weekend anyway. Well on the flip side the Oslo card gives you 72 hours of sightseeing plus free public transport for 72 hours which I thought was fantastic value. Just about everything you could want to see apart from the Royal Palace which cost about £10. Oslo is a great city, I had an amazing 3 day stay there, I struggled to see half of what I could in that time even though I was sightseeing until I dropped. Have a trip to Oslo you will have a great time.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Mini Break"

Recommended by Steve H, 23 Jun 16
The Oslo Pass is very useful if you are going to visit the museums - virtually all are covered, so no entrance fees to pay. We found it useful for travelling on the T-Bane, Bus, Hop-on-Hop-off Ferry, and the tram. If we had had a longer break we would have tried to use some of the discounted food/attraction offers. Overall, we found the Oslo Pass to be good value for money.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great Value"

Recommended by Laura, 21 Jun 16
I have used the Oslo Pass twice, and have since recommended it to many other travelers I met in Norway that were on their way to the capitol. Having the Pass expedited my visits to museums and other sights, eliminated the headache of buying several separate tickets for public transportation, and saved money when I needed to purchase an NSB train ticket in Region 4 to Oslo Lufthavn. The staff were very helpful with their advice on getting around town. The only improvement I can think of is maybe labeling the "Take A Number" machine a little more ostentatiously, because in the Oslo Visitor Centre several of the tourists (myself included, the first time I went there) stand in line without knowing it's a numbered queue system.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Great product to simplify your visit to Oslo"

Recommended by Adolfo, 19 Jun 16
The Oslo Pass is a must on your visit to Oslo. The Oslo Pass streamlines your entry to all tourist attractions and it makes the total investment is lower.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass Greatness"

Not recommended by Mireille from Canada, 17 Jun 16
The Oslo Pass is simply great. I was here for 3 days and used it for everything I did : museums, public transportion and it was great! I recommend it to everyone that is coming to Oslo, a simple and great way to explore this beautiful city!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"another once"

Recommended by monika, 16 Jun 16
magnific time
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Oslo Pass 3 days"

Recommended by Gabriala, 14 Jun 16
Great way to visit Oslo's main attractions at good price, since everything is so expensive there. I would have expected to have the fjord sightseeing in the price or at least to get a minimum of 50%, not only 15%. But overall it's great product to have if you are staying 3 days in Oslo!
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Great Value and Simplifies Touring"

Recommended by AlleyCat, 11 Jun 16
My husband and I were in Oslo for 4 nights so purchased the 72 the pass. We ordered the pass online and picked it up at the tourist office in the station. Simple and easy! We used it extensively for entrances to sights and for getting around. Never a problem and saved us dealing with cash (did 't need to visit ATMs, figure out conversions etc.) In other words, simplified our touring experience. We did not use the book for restaurants as the choice was limited. I highly recommend purchasing the Oslo pass as it saves you money, and simplifies the touring experience.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"very helpful, was able to..."

Recommended by ac, 10 Jun 16
very helpful, was able to visit many museums and use the public transportation
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great experience"

Recommended by , 08 Jun 16
Lively and lovely city. People at the visitor centre are very kind and expert. They always suggest the best things to do. I really hope to cone back soon!!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oustanding"

Recommended by Boris, 07 Jun 16
Oustanding option for budget travellers.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Do not visit Oslo without an Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Tawat Boonthai, 04 Jun 16
Oslo Pass was very valuable for my visit to Oslo. I went to every famous places by bus, tram or even ferry for free. The Oslo Pass also includes entrance fee for all the museums I went i.e. Nobel Peace Centre, Fram Museum, Viking Ship Museum and Norwegian folk museum.
Notice : Transportation to the airport from central station NOT included.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Suzanne, 30 May 16
The Oslo 24 hour pass enabled us quick entry into all the great museums and ferries and saved us a great deal of money. We just wished we could have also used it on the trains rom the airport as well. Oslo had wonderful museums!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Enjoyed my visit"

Recommended by Scott, 30 May 16
It is a great way to see oslo without spending too much money, especially on transportation
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Sehr sinnvoll zu haben."

Recommended by HB Männchen, 28 May 16
Ich würde die Oslo Card wieder kaufen. Tramm, Bus, Schiff, Ubahn und der freie Eintritt zu den Museen so oft man will machen die Sache sehr angenehm. Schwarz fahren scheint nicht zu funktionieren, ich bin in den 72 Stunden Gültigkeitsdauer meiner Oslo Card zwei mal kontrolliert worden.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"easy Oslo"

Recommended by Robert Mac, 25 May 16
After some research we thought the Oslo Pass would give us more freedom to see the things important to us rather than to be tied to the offered excursion. Everything worked perfectly and the helpful courtesy of the bus/tram drivers made sure we didn't get lost
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"A great pass"

Recommended by Anna, 23 May 16
The Oslo Pass is imperative when visiting the city. Is a must have product.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"With one ticket...all over 😊😊😊"

Recommended by Cris, 19 May 16
Very useful... Easy to use...
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"go to Oslo with the OSLO PASS"

Recommended by rolf, 19 May 16
this pass to use is absolutly nessesary and help to come to all places!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"If you wont to get to know Oslo "

Recommended by Grzegorz, 17 May 16
Oslo Pass is like the door to Oslo- open door! :-) We wisited Oslo with Oslo Pass and we saw many interesting and beatifull places!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Easy to use"

Recommended by , 15 May 16
We pre-purchased an Oslo pass and redeemed it at the visitor's center upon arrival in Oslo. We used it for museums, ferries, tram and bus. We would highly recommend it for anyone.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Travel & Extras"

Recommended by Fran, 14 May 16
Bought an Oslo Pass to enable us to see a few places outside of Oslo which gave us discounts on museums and attractions too.


Only problem we had was finding the Oslo Visitor Centre - we didn't see any signs and had to ask for directions from a lady outside. Through the hotel, go straight, and it's right at the back.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Easy Peasy Oslo"

Recommended by Lady North, 14 May 16
I suggested that a visiting friend from UK purchase a 48 hour Oslo Pass which he did. I bought one too - and got the senior citizen discount! The perfect, if not only way to experience the cultural aspects of Oslo... and more. A great buy for visitors as well as Oslo residents who haven'´t been around their own town.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"great way to visit oslo"

Recommended by Rike, 09 May 16
I got the Oslo Pass and I now that once you have it you will visit as many places as possible, go by public Transport, excellent! and enjoy the wonderful City.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"The key for spontaneous weekend."

Recommended by Sylvain, 09 May 16
Easy to book online, actually around 64 euros for a 72 hours pass, access to all museums, ferrys to Bygdoy and most important, 20% OFF on a nice selection of restaurants (I recommend you Rorbua on Akerbrygge), it's really worth the money invested.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Works well but are you up for walking?"

Recommended by Bruno, 09 May 16
Got in 6 museums, so it's almost 600 NOK, but I usually do way less museums. And took 4-5 train/metro rides, which was other 150 NOK on top. It pays off for convenience and for the suggestions, but if you're up for walking (save for the museum part where you should go by boat), you can skip it!
If you're a museum fanatic OR too lazy to walk (and Oslo is lovely to walk), then don't look twice and go for it!
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Well organized"

Recommended by Barbarella , 07 May 16
I bought the Oslo Pass in the internet and it was quite easy to get the pass at the VisitorCenter
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"48 Hrs Pass"

Recommended by , 03 May 16
This is an excellent method to use to visit Oslo. You do not have to worry about paying for your transport, museum entrance etc. This is hassle free!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"The Oslo Pass was easy..."

Recommended by Kate, 26 Apr 16
The Oslo Pass was easy to use and great value. The pass allowed us to make the most of our 2 day holiday and meant we packed in as many activities and museum visits as we could. We also found it really easy to use the tram and museum boat.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Best way to travel around Oslo!"

Recommended by Gtyack, 20 Apr 16
Loved it, made traveling around so much easier. Didn't have to worry about trying to work out how to buy bus tickets. And because of lump sum payment up front we didn't worry about money, we did everything we wanted too!
Only small problem we had was trying to find the visitor centre when we got off the bus from Moss. We couldn't find it signposted anywhere. But we found it in the end.
Thanks Oslo, we had a great time! :)
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Excellent value for money and good support."

Recommended by Steve, 19 Apr 16
A wide range of travel and sight seeing options are avaialble with the Oslo Pass. Superb support from the staff regarding advice.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass - great Deal!"

Recommended by Anabella, 17 Apr 16
Norway is an expensive Country and that is a fact. but the good thing is you can buy Oslo Pass and that will cover all public transport & entrance to museums., you wont regret it promise! Oslo is a beautiful city.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great value for money "

Recommended by Soh, 12 Apr 16
We had a wonderful time at Oslo and it was all made so much easier and smoother with the Oslo Pass. We were able to go on any buses or just walk into any museum with no problems whatsoever. The great thing was that we could write in the time from the moment we first used it so managed to get a good 24 hours out of it. Would definitely recommend it to anyone who was planning to go sightseeing in Oslo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"All in one ticket"

Recommended by Noo Oop, 11 Apr 16
This card connects you with all transportation and key tourist attractions.

Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great value for money. Got..."

Recommended by Emma, 08 Apr 16
Great value for money. Got us into everything that we wanted to see and do while we were in Oslo and more!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"convenient"

Recommended by Bature, 06 Apr 16
The pass is convenient and makes life easier. How many attractions you visit a day is up to you but the actual opening times for some places either means you rush through what you want to visit or else you just have to miss out on some. the 2 day pass I had just about balanced out between attractions and transport but at least I didn't have the bother of getting daily travel passes and entrance fee to museums etc. On that note I travelled with my 11 year old son and his pass was just over 50% the adult cost, yet some attractions are free to children accompanied by an adult and in general 50% the adult price, transport is also 50%the adult price so you do the maths but it means the child pass is subsidising the adult pass.
however it is non the less quite convenient
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Wonderful time in Oslo"

Recommended by Joanna, 06 Apr 16
The Oslo Pass provided us with the ability to see all of the attractions as well as use all of the transport available. This encouraged us to visit as many sites as possible, all of which were totally worth the money.

It was a brilliant way to see the city and take in the culture of Oslo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"interesting"

Recommended by sarah, 27 Mar 16
It has been very useful to prepare my trip.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass to City"

Recommended by Jernie, 26 Mar 16
During our three day stay in Oslo we found the Oslo Card to be very convenient for entry tp places we wanted to go and for transport getting there. We made extensive use of the T-bane, bus and tram. Fortunately the ferry had also commenced service and we were able to take the ferry from Bygdoy back to the city after our day visiting the museums there. We also took advantage of the Oslo Card restaurant discounts and enjoyed two tasty lamb shanks at The Scotsman.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Fantastic"

Recommended by Sara, 24 Mar 16

it is convenient and saves you money on public transport and museum visits
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo pass"

Recommended by vinlyjustice, 19 Mar 16
The Oslo pass is a great idea as it is so expensive here. It saved me so much money. The kitchen in my room was a nice touch, saving me money on cereals in the morning. The place is inbetween all the major attractions so perfect. I will return in the summer some time in the furutre i think to try out some of the islands and do some river cruises.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Easy to organize a trip"

Recommended by , 15 Mar 16
The pass was an easy way to plan and route a visit on the fly. I also selected the transit option which made crossing longer distances very convenient.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Worth it if you plan on going to more than a couple museums"

Recommended by Ezlala , 01 Mar 16
A lot of museums are closed on Monday and on Thursdays there's free admission so an Oslo pass isn't very necessary. We took advantage of our 48 hour passes. Overall a great time spent in this fabulous city!
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"A must have for a trip to Oslo"

Recommended by Dafydd, 16 Feb 16
We used the Oslo Pass extensively during our weekend trip. The public transport alone makes it great value for money, and entrance to the museums and attractions is an extra bonus. We visited the Kon-Tiki and Fram museums, and the National Gallery, and a trip to the Holmenkollbakken ski jump - all excellent. We travelled to all of these by tram, metro and bus, plus visited Vigeland park, wandered around the city center and waterfront and travelled to our evening restaurants by tram. A great pass for a great city.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass review"

Recommended by Michael (Ireland) , 03 Feb 16
I believe the Oslo Pass was not only good but outstanding value for money! I could most of the main sights in 6 hours and saved over €35. The free transport is also a bonus. You do need to consider the opening hours of everything. Luckily there are four popular attractions on a small peninsula which include the Viking Ship museum
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"anything goes"

Recommended by gutomforde, 28 Jan 16
Using all buses, trams and metro is a perfect way to explore the town.
Oslo-Pass gives the opportunity to hop on and off where ever you want to without having to check for tickets all the time.
On top you have free entry to so many of the splendid museums.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Snowy Norway"

Recommended by Nerys, 27 Jan 16
My husband suffers with Parkinsons, so we always try to make our holidays as trouble free as possible. The Oslo Pass certainly helps especially with transport as his mobility is very restricted. Over the 72 hours for which our passes were valid we used all the methods of transport available. We found the transport system in Oslo to be extremely efficient. Museums and Art galleries are a great favourite of ours and we had free admission to all of these. We also took advantage of the 20% discount on meals.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Handy but the questionable value"

Recommended by Nick, 27 Jan 16
It was nice having the Oslo Pass, getting into museums and using the transport for free; though after two days of use, we're not sure if we would have spent more or less simply paying for museums and transport during that period. Recommended if you're strictly a museum goer and have a long list to see in a short time, but if you want to simply explore the city it's maybe worth just paying for each museum.
Overall opinion

3 of 5

"Don't visit oslo without booking the Oslo pass"

Recommended by , 19 Jan 16
The Oslo Pass is the best city pass that I have ever used. The visitors centre is right at the Central station and has a wealth of information about what to see and do. the Oslo pass made getting around the city so easy as all public transport is included meaning you can hop on and off the buses, trams and T Bane without having to stop to purchase tickets for every journey. All the museum entries are included so we really made the most of the city and everything it has to offer. Just brilliant, thank you
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Dears, the only problem in..."

Recommended by Aleksandra, 18 Jan 16
Dears,
the only problem in Oslo is that the majority of attractions is open only till 16.00.
All the rest - great.

Best regards, Aleksandra
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Not useful "

Not recommended by RomMlz, 14 Jan 16
We bought the oslo pass 72h but actually after counting, we've realized that even in doing all the things included in this pass (65 euros) like transport, discount at the restaurant, free museum... it is not profitable.. For the same price, 4 days would be more adequate than 3 days. 3 days for 65 euros is not enough, you'll pay less in paying your activities than in buying this pass.
Overall opinion

2 of 5

"Great Value for Money"

Recommended by Emily , 24 Dec 15
We purchased the Oslo Pass for our short trip to Oslo recently. We found that is was great value for money. Enabling us to visit multiple sites for a cheap price with public transport included.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"2 days in Oslo "

Recommended by , 23 Dec 15
Very Good visit, the place is clean , people friendly and speak English. Shopping can be expensive. buy the Olso pass however well worth it .
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Free Transportation"

Recommended by RZ, 05 Dec 15
Oslo Pass is a very good product as it provides free entry to a lot of places and free transportation throughout the city.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"A bit expensive but valuable"

Recommended by Clem, 01 Dec 15
Olso Pass is a bit expensive but if you take the 3 days streak, it's valuable (if you want to see museums)
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Mange oplevelser i et kort!"

Recommended by Daniel, 17 Nov 15
Oslo Pass fungerer rigtig godt og giver mulighed for rigtig mange oplevelser til en fornuftig pris.
Det er desuden et stort plus at man kan køre gratis med offentlig transport.

Jeg kunne dog godt ønske at der var flere alternativer når det kommer til restauranter.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"The value of an Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Weshperson, 02 Nov 15
Use the pass on public transport. Use the pass for evening meals at selected restaurants. Use the pass for museum entry. The pass has to be used enough to warrant the initial cost. There has to be a break even point at which a saving starts to be made. The convenience of using public transport without the necessity of purchasing a ticket is a huge plus point. Purchasing a 24,48 or 72 hour pass has the extra consideration of just when the pass will start to be used. It only becomes valid when a date dd/mm + time is written on a card so there is no wastage of hours unused.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Worth the price if you visit museums"

Recommended by Ducky, 27 Oct 15
If you are visiting museums and visiting during the summertime then it's definitely worth the price. For public transport it's great but if you are only using it for public transport then you're better off getting 24 hour tickets. We found Oslo very expensive for food so we brought our own pizzas and dried soup mixes to get through the day. Bottled water is also expensive so it best to bring an empty bottle from home with you and then fill that with the water you buy so you can quickly return the bottle to get your kroners back that you have to pay in addition to the price of the water inside it. All in all Oslo is a growing and amazing city and well worth a visit if you get the chance.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

Thank you for your much appreciated comments. The Oslo pass is a city card meant to visit museums and attractions, in addition to use public transport in our city. Oslo locals drink water directly from the tap at home or at the office, Water in Norway is extremely clean and with an excellent taste. Bottled water is a new trend, but water from the tap is really good. Welcome back to Oslo any time.

"Oslo pass gives you access to many museums and places of interest"

Recommended by YEN YEN, 25 Oct 15
It was easy, like an all-in-one pass for us. We simple show the pass and we are allowed to access the museums and places of interest no need for long money transactions at the entrance, this applies for the public transports too.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Good value for money"

Recommended by Sonicsk8, 14 Oct 15
My friend and I were in Oslo for three days and it was really useful to have the Oslo pass. Would probsbly buy it again if I return (which I hope to do sometime!)
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Excellent product.. long wait to pick it up!"

Recommended by Joe, 14 Oct 15
We purchased our Oslo Pass online and went to the Visitor Center in the Central Station to pick it up. Picking these cards up is usually a simple process, but after taking a number, we waiting a full 30 minutes for a simple procedure. There were 2 service desks open, but one of them was taking care of a very needy and uninformed tourist. He wanted step by step information for almost every site in Oslo.
I would recommend a different procedure for those simply picking up an Oslo Pass and those who need more detailed assistance.
We truly enjoyed our visit to Oslo!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"The Oslo Pass"

Recommended by H K Vieregge, 13 Oct 15
I did use my three day pass with great pleasure. Not only on the trams, buses or metro but also for the many Musea in Oslo. Amazing of course is the cost for the pass. I do travel frequently and have never come across of anything like it before.
The staff in the office has been very helpful and friendly.

With many thanks
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"oslo pass"

Recommended by aline, 11 Oct 15
Oslo pass foi muito útil, além de cobrir a entrada de várias atrações também cobriu os transportes públicos.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Very plaeasant stay in oslo"

Recommended by , 07 Oct 15
Wie Werke welcomed vers friendly in the Hotel. The rooms are top. The breakfast could be Vetter. The Oslo pass is a visitot must for every oslo
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Too expensive"

Not recommended by , 05 Oct 15
It's almost same price as buy each museum and transportation ticket
Overall opinion

3 of 5

"fantastic oslo pass"

Recommended by Simo, 04 Oct 15
We use Oslo pass for all 3 days for many museums and for tram and bus. It's fantastic!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Very usefull"

Recommended by Emmanuelle, 03 Oct 15
Very easy to book by internet and use. Allows to save time and money !
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"3 days Oslo Pass"

Recommended by AK, 25 Sep 15
Very useful pass and great savings on the 3 day pass
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Det er veldig praktisk,og enkelt å bruke på transport og attraksjon ."

Recommended by John, 18 Sep 15
Vi hadde hotel på Tøyen,det ble mye T-bane på oss.vi fikk utrolig mange parker og museer ,takket være Oslo passet. Opraen var også gunstig med Oslo pass.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass is the Best Choice!"

Recommended by Alessandro, 18 Sep 15
If you are travelling to Oslo book a Oslo Pass! This is the Best Choice to join your journey!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great idea and hope other cities around the world follow on"

Recommended by Dean T, 16 Sep 15
I was quite surprised that this Oslo pass was on offer but I loved it. The flexibility of how many days you wanted it for (2,3 or 4 days) and the amount of discounts on offer was brilliant. Long as you get the value out of it (which is really easy) then it is definitely the no.1 thing to purchase before you go Oslo. I really hope other cities follow this example and do stuff like this as it made the holiday 20 times better then what it was.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Super"

Recommended by LoRi, 14 Sep 15
the pass has many advantages and is worth real money
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Love City Passes"

Recommended by World Traveler, 13 Sep 15
I am a very big fan of city passes. They get you entry in to dozens of different attractions, museums, state buildings and more. You get discounts at restaurants and shops and usually free public transportation. We used our Oslo Pass at many different places and were very glad we had it. The only thing I would recommend is maybe making a pass available at a cheaper rate that did not include public transportation because we did not use any form of public transportation while we were there, since the city is fairly small and everything is basically within waling distance, so we felt that we didn't really get our complete money's worth. Overall we were very glad we had the pass and would definitely purchase it again.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Fab time"

Recommended by Alibongo, 13 Sep 15
Great city, lovely people, excellent facilities and food.

Oslo pass is a must. We saved inexcess of the overall cost when we have looked back at our trip.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass, Don't Pass it Up"

Recommended by Brijakson, 09 Sep 15
The Oslo Pass is the most efficient and cost effective method to see top sites in Oslo and stretching your Krone!

24 Hour Pass allowed: ferry to peninsula, Folk Museum, Viking Ship Museum, Kon Tiki Museum, Fram Museum, National Maritime Museum, ferry back to city, Akers Castle and Resistance Museum.

Ticket price is moderate under any budget.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo pass"

Recommended by Sebastian Bagg, 08 Sep 15
Save money and time.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass is superuseful"

Recommended by Celia_Calineczka, 07 Sep 15
It's great because you can move with public transport (also boats) in and outside Oslo, and also visit a lot of museums.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Aleksandra, 04 Sep 15
Oslo Pass is a definitely most convenient option for those who visit Oslo for the first time. First of all - it makes you occupied for almost three days as number of museums/activities is more than extencive. Secondly it really helps to save the money, cause in addition you have a possibility to use any mean of public transportation. So the city is yours.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Do not pass over the Oslo visit Pass!"

Recommended by giorgioo65, 03 Sep 15
Thanks to the Oslo visit Pass, being it a 24 , 48 or 72 hours, you can enjoy entry to most of museum and travel free of hassle of looking for and buying transport tickets!
I bought the 72 hours pass and will buy it soon again, when I come back to visit more of Oslo!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Best value for money "

Recommended by Lucia, 02 Sep 15
Oslopass allows you to go around, visit attractions, use public parkings.. With just a card. We definately saved money, worthwhile!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Génial !"

Recommended by Leslie, 31 Aug 15
J'ai passé 3 jours à 0slo avec l' OsloPass 72h. J'ai pu profiter de la croisière hop on hop off sur le fjord! Tous les transports sont gratuits et la plupart des musées également, ce qui est bien agréable si une petite pluie s'invite dans votre voyage ou si vous avez prévu de visiter Oslo de long en large !

J'ai eu du mal à valider l'achat en ligne mais, une fois à Oslo, on vous remet votre OsloPass contre le mail de validation et un petit guide qui récapitule les lieux à voir du site internet ! Simple, efficace, génial !

Pour infos: free wifi à l'office de tourisme Oslo Visitor dans la plupart des musées !

BON VOYAGE !
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Nice stuff!"

Recommended by Eleonora, 31 Aug 15
Oslo in one hand! Means of transport, museums and everything you need, all in one ticket. The only negative thing was that you couldn't scan the Pass code by yourself at the entrance of the museums and therefore you had to wait in line at the ticket office even if you hadn't to buy a ticket.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo pass"

Recommended by , 31 Aug 15
It helped plan our time in oslo. Love the oslo pass
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"The best possible way to visit Oslo"

Recommended by Marcin from Poland , 30 Aug 15
Thanks to Oslo Pass me and my dad were able to get to know beautiful city as Oslo with all its atractions. During 48 hours we have seen incredible museums and galleries. The pieses of art like Scream of Much or Villagen scalptures, the impressive ships like Fram and many many more. I would recommend the Oslo Pass for everyone who is going to capital of Norway - Oslo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass 72 h."

Recommended by Dimi, 29 Aug 15
It is a perfect product!!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"OsloPass"

Recommended by marta24, 27 Aug 15
Utilicé este producto durante 48h y me fue muy útil para mi visita a Oslo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Passport to Oslo "

Recommended by Doreen, 24 Aug 15
Our visit to Oslo was an amazing time, with so much to see and explore - not least because of the ease with which the pass opened doors and transported us across the city. It was all it said it was in the booklet, giving access to so many places and making travelling so simple - no fumbling for unfamiliar coins or watching the holiday funds dwindle! And the savings it brought were a great help too!
It is hard to understand why anyone would not buy the Oslo Pass. For me it would be an essential purchase on any visit (three full days didn't do justice to the city and its treasures) and with so much more still to see, after the flight ticket and hotel booking, the third essential purchase will be the Oslo Pass.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"I'll buy it again"

Recommended by Fernanda, 23 Aug 15
This card was practical and I could save money!! I will buy it again when I go back to Oslo
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great value; wish it were easier to obtain"

Recommended by K C, 21 Aug 15
The Oslo Pass is absolutely worth purchasing and I am happy I did so. I do wish there were an option to have it mailed to visitors from outside Norway. If there isn't, though, could you please put directions to the Visitors Centre on your website? Oslo Sentralstasjon is so big and the Centre is located far from the platforms. Thank you for offering the pass! I enjoyed my stay.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Very good product indeed"

Recommended by Leo, 19 Aug 15
Very good value, easy to obtain and to use (including on public transport)
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"A great opportunity for travelers to save time and money"

Recommended by Anita Grase, 18 Aug 15
A great opportunity for travelers to save time and moneyOslo offers wonderful trips by boat
City rich in history, art and design.
Museums you can find excellent exposure
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Brian, 18 Aug 15
A very handy product - travel when and where you want, without worrying about ticketing. Visit many museums - particularly useful in Bygdoy area.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo pass helps to save money and time!"

Recommended by Alex, 16 Aug 15
I was very happy to have Oslo pass. It helps to save money and time during the jorney.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo pass "

Recommended by designstrik , 13 Aug 15
med et OSLO PASS er det super let at besøge musser, let at komme rundt i byenosv.
herligt
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Perfect "

Recommended by DelikOcean, 13 Aug 15
Perfect for visit oslo, many museums and transport! Very good.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Alex, 13 Aug 15
Wir haben viele Aktivitäten genutzt, die im Preis von Oslopass enthalten sind. Vor allem die dann kostenfreien Fährfahrten haben uns gefallen.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Complet and Useful"

Recommended by Bentomania, 11 Aug 15
there was everything!
With Oslo pass you can se everything in Oslo and fully enjoy the city!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Take it and visit the city as much as you can!"

Recommended by Luca, 09 Aug 15
I think that the Oslo pass is a very good idea, it makes your visit simplier, faster and cheaper! Just 1 card for many things: for sure I would buy it again the next time!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass - way to go"

Recommended by LH, 04 Aug 15
Bought the pass before going to Oslo. Picked it up at visitor centre. Pele there were so helpful telling me more about what it allows you to do. Speeds up everything. No waiting in lines. Covers virtually everything
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"a very good idea"

Recommended by agrippa59, 03 Aug 15
in 2 days taking bus, trams and boat, visit 3 museums is a good investment.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Long Trek to Redeem Voucher"

Not recommended by Kruezr, 02 Aug 15
Getting off the ship we had to walk to the Central Station to redeem our voucher. Nice walk (took about 30 minutes and then about another 10 to find the visitor's center) but it seriously cut into our time to explore Oslo. Also, we found it difficult to navigate the tram/buses though we did OK on the subway.
Overall opinion

3 of 5

"Making use of the Oslo Pass"

Recommended by PJ , 02 Aug 15
Ordered the Oslo Pass in advance on-line and picked it up easily from the visitor centre at Central Station. Don't think we would have got such good value from a one-day pass, but our 48 hour one definitely saved us a lot of money as a family of 3. Particularly useful for hopping on and off transport, including the ferry.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"72h Oslo pass"

Recommended by Juozas, 30 Jul 15
If i'd visit Oslo again, this pass would be a must have the second i arrive at the central station. Over those 72h i visited 8 museums (usually the price for 1 museum is somewhat between 80 to 120 NOK) and i was driving public transport all around the town. Money well spent to experience Oslo
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Memorable holiday in Oslo"

Recommended by Manuela, 29 Jul 15
Oslo Pass is great value for money, I could say that I visited a lot more than planned. It's very easy to use and accepted by most of the main attractions.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo's highlights on a fit budget"

Recommended by Diana Johnsen , 26 Jul 15
The best way to go around and enjoy the highlights of Oslo and experience the Norwegian way of living by enjoying their way of transportation by bus, train or boat.
Bring comfy shoes if you wanna be able to stretch the advantages of your Oslo pass ;)
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great experience!"

Recommended by Hh, 23 Jul 15
We had Great dass in Oslo: Phantastic musee, great surrounding, friendly people
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"unforgettable OSLO"

Recommended by Alyona, Ukraine, 22 Jul 15
We had 24 hour pass and it was fantastic value for us to take full advantage of museums and attractions. I was sad we have had too little time to visit Holmenkollen ski museum and jump tower but I hope we'll make up for lost time during our next visit
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Scandanavia trip July 015"

Recommended by Johngr54, 18 Jul 15
Used the OSLO pass to visit City Hall, Kon Tiki, Fram, Outdoor History Museum and used transportation: trams and boats. No issues with any transportationand the sites we chose to visit were well worth it.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Oslo Pass is value for money"

Recommended by Pierre, 16 Jul 15
If you intend to visit a few museums and go on any sightseeing tour the Oslo Pass is the answer. With the Oslo Pass you will get your money back and most probably do a few things that you did not plan to do, but the pass entitles you to visit it.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"By foot, by tram, by ferry"

Recommended by Canadian traveller with 1 short day in Oslo, 15 Jul 15
The Oslo card was great - not only did it give us access to many museums and attractions, but it's easy approach to transit let us experience Oslo neighbourhoods first hand. It was a fantastic way to get a taste of the city in a short period of time. Recommend highly!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Card"

Recommended by David Walker, 15 Jul 15
We purchased two 72 hour Oslo Cards and were very pleased with what was available to card holders. The free use of public transport and free entry to many of Oslo's museums and attractions made the cards worthwhile and justified the time and effort collecting them.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Nice 4 day break"

Recommended by Norfolk couple, 13 Jul 15
I think we got our money's worth with our 3 day card and enjoyed oslo!
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Oslo Pass good for Savings and Convenience but Copenhagen & Stockholm offers slightly better"

Recommended by Ron in France, 10 Jul 15
Having first spent a week in Copenhagen, then a week in Stockholm before arriving in Oslo, we were familiar with the Copenhagen Card and Stockholm Card and the Oslo Pass offered similar advantages for a multi-day stay. We found it easier and cheaper than paying for each trip on a tram or bus and each museum entry but have three suggestions for improvement:
1. Offer a five-day version (cf Copenhagen and Stockholm cards)
2. Offer advance purchase and home delivery (cf Copenhagen & Stockholm Cards)
3. Include the airport Flytoget express (cf Copenhagen Card) - even if this means a slight increase in the charge.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Really useful card!"

Recommended by , 08 Jul 15
We used the 24-hour Oslo Pass to help us get around and visit the most important sites during our quick stay in Oslo. It definitely helped save us time and money--highly recommended!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Straightforward"

Recommended by Wiener Walzer, 07 Jul 15

Pslo Pass has many advantages and is simple to use.
The 3days pass brings savings over single payment.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"used it for 24 hours...."

Recommended by , 07 Jul 15
used it for 24 hours. great value. lots to see. enjoyed seeing Oslo
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Leena, 06 Jul 15
We used this pass to get around the city on the trains and t-bane. We also used it to get into the various museums we were interested in seeing, We opted for the 48 hour pass which allowed us time to be a bit more relaxed and flexible.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Good service"

Recommended by Tülin, 05 Jul 15
Covers major attractions. Convenient and efficient transportation.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Valuta for pengene"

Recommended by Rube The Dude, 04 Jul 15
Oslopasset er kort og godt en velutviklet og rimelig måte å oppleve det Oslo by har å tilby av serverdigheter og attraksjoner. Enkelt å bruke samtidig som det gir utrolig mykje for pengane.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"OsloPass is a must!"

Recommended by Anastasiya, 30 Jun 15
Definitely recommend to buy OsloPass. There are so many museums in the city and you can visit pretty much all of them for free with the pass. Plus, free transport! Although it is a short walk distance to some of the attractions, for others (like Viking Ship museum or Ski museum) you need to take a boat or a tube.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"The Oslo pass made getting..."

Recommended by , 30 Jun 15
The Oslo pass made getting the most out of the city easier. We were able to see and do so much without worrying about paying at every stop. We ended up saving time and money and had a wonderful trip!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass - worth considering"

Recommended by BrigidinOttawa, 28 Jun 15
We bought a 72 hour Oslo pass for our recent trip to Oslo. Overall, we found the pass was worthwhile. However, as we had also used a similar pass for visits to Stockholm and Copenhagen we were able to compare the products. By far the Copenhagen pass was the most generous as it included the train from the airport. The Oslo pass had the fewest attractions and so the return on our investment was less. It could be improved with having transportation to the airport included.

The biggest challenge was picking up our pass. Arriving at Central Station from the airport there was no signage to the Tourist Information Office where we were to pick up our pass. We wondered around the station following "I" signage but eventually had to ask someone for help to find the office. It is tucked away in the food hall, not Central Station proper as the literature suggested.

All in all, if you are like us and enjoy museums, galleries and the major sites as well as using public transit, the Oslo Pass is a good deal.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

Hi, thank you for your feedback. The Oslo Pass covers 30 attractions in the city, including the top 10 attractions, as you can see on www.visitoslo.com/oslopass We are aware of the lack og signs from the cnetral station into Østbanehallen, where the Oslo Visitor Centre is located. We are working together with all the parts involved in the Oslo Central Station in order to provide proper signage. We hope you enjoyed your stay in Oslo!

"Henting av passene"

Not recommended by Steinar engen, kvitsteinvn 18, 7027 trondheim, 28 Jun 15
Helt håpløst at dette ikke kan ordnes på nettet men at vi måtte inn til sentralstasjonen for å få disse. Når man kjøper pass for en dag ønsker man jo ikke å bruke denne dagen til å kjempe seg gjennom en ukjent by og inn til sentrum for å få passene. Disse passene egner seg derfor ikke for bilturister. Også håpløst at dere ikke har kjøpt dere innpå alle parkeringsplassene på bygdøy. Å måtte følge tidsbegrensningen på skiltene blir helt håpløst på en slik turistdag. Få disse begrensningene vekk. Jeg endte opp med å sette bilen på songsvann, så hvorfor skal jeg da betale for parkering andre steder i oslo.

Hele konseptet trenger en vesentlig omarbeiding.
Overall opinion

3 of 5

Hei, takk for din tilbakemelding. Man kan ordne Oslo Pass på forhånd ved å benytte seg av Oslo Pass appen for smarttelefoner. Se www.visitoslo.com/no/aktiviteter-og-attraksjoner/oslo-pass/oslo-pass-app/ for informasjon om dette tilbudet. Man kjøper da en elektronisk versjon av Oslo Pass som man har på sin egen smarttelefon (Apple/Android) . Med Oslo Pass appen slipper man å møte opp på Oslo Visitor Centre i Østbanehallen, rett ved Oslo S, for å hente sitt forhåndsbestilte, fysiske Oslo Pass. Oslo sentralstasjon er uansett en velidg kjent og passende beliggenhet for en turistinformasjon. Oslo Visitor Centre holder dessuten åpenet hver dag, hele året. Når det gjelder parkering i Oslo: Oslo Pass dekker kommunale parkeringsplassene. VisitOSLO kan dessverre ikke "kjøpe seg inn" i privateide parkeringsplasser på Bygdøy. Vi håper dere hadde et fint opphold i Oslo!

"Best idea when visiting Oslo"

Recommended by Jarek, 27 Jun 15
inexpensive way to see and do much more in Oslo. The Oslo pass not only allows you to enter magnificent places but also recommends and introduces new places that we have not heard about before coming.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great thing!"

Recommended by Paulina, 27 Jun 15
Oslo Pass is the best thing a tourist could ask for! With it I didn't have to worry about any fees to museums and transport and there were also discounts on food! If every city had such card, travelling would be easier!! This card is a must for everyone who like to travel wise. Next time I'm in Oslo, I'll also buy it and use it to the fullest!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo card"

Recommended by Peter, 20 Jun 15
I had the oslo card, stockholm card, and copenhagen card. The map and layout of the booklet was the best of the three however, this is the only card I couldn't get prior to arrival. It made it a hassle to have to go to the visitor center to pick it up. I suggest giving the option of sending it in the mail. I also suggest adding another free tour with the card instead of just giving a discount. The walking tour and the use of public transportation was great! The last thing I would suggest is including transportation from the airport to downtown for this card. Both of the other cards had multiple tours and included transportation from their airports.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Francesco, 18 Jun 15
Perfect for visit the city
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Excellent usefull pass"

Recommended by Dam's, 16 Jun 15
If you go to Oslo for 1 or 3 days, don't forget to buy this pass.
It's really convenient !!

Thank to the Oslo Tourism Office for their help and professionnal care of tourists.

We will come back, for sure !
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Value for money"

Recommended by , 15 Jun 15
Om man är någorlunda energisk ger produkten bra v akuta för pengarna
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Highly recommend the oslo pass"

Recommended by pjaeger, 14 Jun 15
We went to a lot of museums and used the transit system. The pass was well worth the money and made it easy and convenient to use. I would recommend to get it there. i got my online and had to go to the main location to pick up my pass , when my hotel sold it.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great value and convenient!"

Recommended by , 13 Jun 15
The Oslo pass made seeing and getting around the city cheap and convenient! No having to worry about train tickets and museum fees (provided you were in the right areas) and all the best spots are covered!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Versatile, valuable, advantageous and useful !!"

Recommended by Gustav, 11 Jun 15
This pass is absolut necessary for every vititor of Oslo. You need adventurous for use and gain - very good!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"All in one card"

Recommended by Peter, 10 Jun 15
With Oslo Pass you can access all Public Transport in Oslo even the Ferries. Also almost all museums are included in the price. A perfect product for an expensive city
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great value for money and to cut the high cost out in such a very expensive city. Practical and wise choice too!"

Recommended by Gilberto , 09 Jun 15
OSLO Pass is suitable for everyone, no matter your budget. It's not only the way to reduce the drastic high prices and cost of travel to Oslo, but also really practical as you don't need to worry about carrying on money and waste your time to buy tickets and so on at the several attractions, including the great means of transportation which makes the travel way easier as you just need to present the drivers or inspectors during the checking your pass.

Besides, you are allowed to get some concession on a bunch of restaurants and even sightseeings such as the wonderful 2 Hours Oslofjord boat trip which is really worth!

Longer you stay in Oslo, much more you save! I really recommend people to choose either the 48 or 72 Hours passes.

One last and additional advantage is the fact that it is really valid for the amount of hours described on bus, i.e., you decide yourself whenever you'd like to use it for the first time and are allowed to redeem the attractions and transport for the whole time described on the pass, no matter when you started off redeeming. Absolutely perfect! I will definitely purchase it the next time I travel to Oslo. It really helped me a lot!

Thanks for three great days in such a lovely town full of natural enchants!

Takk Oslo and Norge!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Excellent Product"

Recommended by Reno Bob S, 02 Jun 15
The Oslo Pass, accompanying guide book and app are an excellent combination of products. They are easy to use and work well with each other.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great value! "

Recommended by Sarza, 01 Jun 15
I bought a 72 hour pass for myself and 2 boys, we got a free 1 1/2 hour mini cruise, which was brilliant, and we went on lots of ferries, trams and buses too. We went to Holmekollen ski jump, reptile house, and visited the museums at Bygdoy, which were all well worth a visit (and free with the Oslo Card). Oslo is very accessible, and is made so much easier with an Oslo Card. You can only buy the Oslo card from the visitor centre near central station, which I think is ridiculous, you should be able to buy them from all train stations or maybe supermarkets in and around Oslo. I would recommend the card, it was great value for money.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Bob T, 31 May 15
The Oslo Pass was easy to obtain,book and pay for on the internet and pick up at the tourism office by the Railway station when you arrive. Plenty of Interesting places to visit especially the Viking Ship Museum. The
Transport network is excellent and easy to navigate.The City itself is very nice, everywhere is clean and litter free and the Norwegians are very friendly and welcoming.The Oslo pass is excellent value.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great value and convenient "

Recommended by Maj, 29 May 15
This is a must if you want to see the museums, places of interest and use the transport. It was great value for money and you didn't have to mess about with money or get tickets.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Useful!!!"

Recommended by Yasus, 28 May 15
If you're planning to visit a lot of Museums and attractions, then Oslo pass is definitely the optimal choice for saving money. We bought it for a 5-days trip in Oslo and have no regrets. We could even use it for some restaurants and bike rentals.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Worth value"

Recommended by Leena, 26 May 15
We used the Oslo pass for public transport (which is very good in Oslo), museums and restaurant discounts. It was really worth its value.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Walkable City"

Not recommended by Alex, 26 May 15
We didn't end up using the pass much. It is quite expensive and Oslo is a walkable city we found.
Overall opinion

3 of 5

"This is a very good..."

Recommended by Gwen, 18 May 15
This is a very good product!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass "

Recommended by , 18 May 15
Oslo Pass is a really good choice when you plan to visit many museums or to use daily pubblic transport. What I didn't like is that you still need to queue fto have access to a museum.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Great value!"

Recommended by Katie, 16 May 15
Saw so many museums, it was very easy to scan card everywhere we went. Public transport was a breeze. The oslo card saved us a fortune and allowed us to see everything we wanted to see in two days. It was wonderful!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"A perfect match!"

Recommended by Alessandro, 12 May 15
Whatever the reason is that you are in Oslo, the Oslo Pass is your chance to get ready for the city! You'll be able to catch a bus, or jump into a Metro train when you'll be tired of walking as well as be able to visit lots of amazing museum. Just a minor pitfall: the close very early so... watch your pace out!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Good but expencive"

Recommended by maimus, 04 May 15
We really enjoy our stay in Oslo with the Oslo pass.
But, like everything in Norway, it is expencive.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Very Great"

Recommended by LilyAix, 02 May 15
Simple to use, works almost everywhere and allows you to use public transport for free. I would recommend it and probably buy it again if i come to Oslo another time.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"The Very Useful Oslo Pass"

Recommended by , 29 Apr 15
Extremely handy and good value. Ordered on line and collected in the Visit Oslo centre. We used it a lot and wouldn't understand any visitor who didn't have one. More time options would be good though (see Berlin pass........)
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"obligatoire "

Recommended by djeevee, 19 Apr 15
L'oslo pass est LE papier à avoir avec sois pour se voyage, super utile pour les visites et les transports dans cette ville lumière.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"We got the 72 hour..."

Recommended by Paige , 17 Apr 15
We got the 72 hour pass which entitles you access to most museums, all transport, money off the testaurants in the city centre and a few extras including cruises. Was a great product and took your mind off any worries about transport...in my opinion it's the best decision we made!
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Nice product"

Recommended by Tham09, 16 Apr 15
Very nice product. Even if it's a little expensive, it's fine to visit all museums and have all transports included
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"practically and good"

Recommended by silkehenstedt, 12 Apr 15
Mit dem Pass kann man innerhalb eines großen Gebietes mit öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln unterwegs sein und eine Vielzahl von Sehenswürdigkeiten kostenlos ansehen. Schade ist allerdings, dass man den Pass nicht vor Reiseantritt erhalten kann, sondern zunächst zum Hauptbahnhof gelangen muss, auch wenn man den Pass bereits online bestellt und bezahlt hat. In unserem Fall sind für die Fahrt zum Bahnhof nochmals 200 NOK angefallen. Hätten wir den Pass bereits gehabt, hätten wir sofort den kostenlosen Service nutzen können.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Good card"

Recommended by Alessandro, 09 Apr 15
I've been in Oslo for three days. I decided to buy the 72h version and I did it. Since that very moment I did not spend any time to evaluate opportunities... free transport and free entry to the major attraction. I enjoy it very much. I strongly recommend it!!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"OSLO PASS"

Recommended by Juan, 07 Apr 15
Very usefull
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Great value for money in a city with reputation for being expensive."

Recommended by Lee brown, 07 Apr 15
The transport links are better than I've seen anywhere . I went to so many museums . My favourite were the Nobel peace center, Norse folk museum and Viking ship.

Had a particuarly good day in Bygdoy. Loved it .

If I had to give criticisms:
-it would be nice to see more food options and more options for things to do once the museums close.

Great time! Thank you!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great idea"

Recommended by J.C, 05 Apr 15
Oslo Pass it's a great idea for know the city, travel in bus, metro and tram and visit all museums. Oslo it's the better city in Scandinavia
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Convenient, easy, great value"

Recommended by Jo, 30 Mar 15
The Oslo pass makes getting around and getting into attractions so easy.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"intensive learning"

Recommended by Yskander, 25 Mar 15
If you want to take advantage of your time in Oslo, this Oslo Pass is great. You can visit most of the places and also have access to frequent transportation. I had some spare time my last day and just took the metro to the northwest and saw the small villages close to Oslo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Discover Oslo on the cheapest way"

Recommended by Gaby, 18 Mar 15
The Oslo pass is the cheapest way to go around the city. It is worth it even for 24 hours where you can visit around five museums and move by buss, metro and tram to dicover the city. It also includes discounts in some restaurants, so it´s very complete. I loved it
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Have it on hand n no worry on visiting in oslo "

Recommended by Flyminglee , 24 Jan 15
We arrived at oslo n started to use the 48hr pass at 3:25pm. Need to pick up a good time to begin the pass so that we can still use it on the last day morning.
Thought no one will check ticket on bus , tram.... But met the officer on the bus 30 .... Luckily I have written the time , date as introduction.
Free entry for museum n make no doubt to enter the museums we come across.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"OSLO PASS ticket to whole OSLO"

Recommended by brajdak, 20 Jan 15
Buses, trams, sybways, museums, activities and all otf this for few
hundreds NRK. I spend 5 days in OSLO and try see most of your museums.
There are a lot of fantastic places, beautiful views and friendship. OSLO is amazing place,
in winter too. GO THERE ANYWHERE !!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass great value"

Recommended by Elmbeetle, 13 Jan 15
We were in Oslo for a week in early December and for three days in late December. The Oslo pass with it's combination of public transport pass and museum entry and other options was great value. We began by wondering what we might do in Oslo and in the end were busy every day out and about seeing they many things this small clean city has to offer. As good as and better value than other city passes for the UK and France and without the hefty price tag. We loved Oslo and we will be back!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Excellent transportation system that is..."

Recommended by TM19, 06 Dec 14
Excellent transportation system that is simple to use, so it is very easy to get good value for money by visiting many attractions
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Worth The Price"

Recommended by LC, 24 Nov 14
We bought to Oslo 72 hour pass. We were able to get into multiple museums and attractions in one day free of charge and no limit, not like the Copenhagen pass, you can only get to pick one attraction per day. We were able to maximize the use of their extensive transportation system. We able to use the trams just to relax and go all over the city.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great value for your money"

Recommended by Brian, Denver USA, 23 Nov 14
Best value for your money as vacationing in Norway can get very expensive. Definitely a must!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"RAINING OSLO "

Recommended by lahrdeco , 12 Nov 14
wonderfull city, thanks from Luxembourg
to recommend the Vigelandsparken
to see absolutely the City Hall
to buy for a warm winter evening: a godd pullover from Norway
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"money saver"

Recommended by denise, 08 Nov 14
saved a lot of money by having this travel pass which also gave us free entry to the museums. As Oslo is very expensive we saved a lot of money
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Fantastic Value"

Recommended by , 03 Nov 14
We had a great time in Oslo. We went by Trikk, Tram and bus to all the exciting places of this wonderful town. we visited a lot of Museums and would have paid 133 € without the pass.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"48 hours Man and boy"

Recommended by Hamish, 31 Oct 14
My 14 year old son and I were in Oslo for three days so we bought 48 hour passes on-line. One advantage to the card is that you activate it when you are ready to start using it. For us this was not until the afternoon of our first day, meaning the card was valid until the afternoon of our third day when we were ready to leave Oslo.

We found not having to buy separate transport and museum entry tickets very convenient and each museum we went into seemed familiar with the card. It also encouraged us to get around lots of places in order to feel we were getting good value from the card. We even managed to go swimming twice in the pool near the Munch museum.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"72 hour pass just fits very good"

Recommended by cubln, 29 Oct 14
if there is 1 thing I would add: discount on some theater and/or opera tickets.

All sights, Museums, cruise and public transport worked very well and easy - the best way to explore the city and its beautiful places.
We couldnt make the national gallery on 1 day, because we arrived at 4 pm (closing at 5) - so we went there again the next day, wondering if thats ok with the oslo pass - there was no problem at all!.

Thanx to the city and all norwegian people, who have been all very kind and helpful to us!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great!"

Recommended by Femke and Yannic, 28 Oct 14
I love this pass! We were able to ride all public transport without having to buy tickets all the time. All the free museums gave us a chance to just go in and see if we liked it. This way we entered museums we really liked wich we wouldn't have gone in if we would have had to pay. The city cruise was great too, the boat is really cute, there are blankets and food and drinks on board.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"A bargain!"

Recommended by Alexander, 22 Oct 14
I saved about 400NOK on tickets and transports with my 2d Oslo Pass! Even had a free swim!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"the value of oslo pass"

Not recommended by chin hui ng, 22 Oct 14
I think most of the museums are quite small. It is not very worth to purchase the pass. I think maybe the Transport Card is adequate for the tourists during other seasons like autumn and winter. The oslo pass only worth to purchase when the tourists come visit oslo city at summer.
Overall opinion

3 of 5

"Not cheap but still value for money"

Recommended by Michael Stenzel, 16 Oct 14
Oslo Pass Booklet provides you with a very good overview of points of interests, openings times and how to reach the location. However, you have to use the Oslo Pass quite extensively to really have a financial benefit.

A kind of smart card (like London Oyster Pass or Stockholm Pass) would make things a little bit easier to handle to handle than a small piece of paper easy to loose.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"excellent bargain"

Recommended by liz, 15 Oct 14
This pass is a great idea. I picked up the 72 hour pass (get a student discount!) And headed off. I loved the free cruise on the sea and the "museum island". Great value for money as I easily would have spent triple what I did if I had gone to the museums without it. The information provided on the museums etc was also really useful, we managed about 5 museums a day, which would have been around 60 nok each. This really motivated us to get stuff done. However be warned everything is closed on Mondays. ..
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Perfect City trip"

Recommended by , 13 Oct 14
Oslo is very nice and all the things ar going well!!
Thank you!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Really well!!"

Recommended by Alex, 12 Oct 14
First of all I want to say that my experience in Oslo was quick (just 4 days), but so intense. Thanks to the pass me and my partner used a lot of buses and ferrys, what'd have costed so much money (in Norway, the expenses to live are higher than in Spain, from where we come). We also visited a lot of museums, making our routes in order to have the chance to visit as much we can.

Personally I hope to come back some day, and if I have the chance, live there for 3 or 4 years, as a life experience. I really love the way Norway is, and I recommend the Oslo Pass!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"oslo pass"

Recommended by faris, 09 Oct 14
Oslo pass is fantastic . You save money with it . We have bought 72 hrs pass so we took benefit to use free trip in oslo fjord between different islands. We used public transportations and visited many museums. I strongly recommend it to those who like to visit Oslo for short time.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Save Spending Money"

Recommended by Sinbank, 07 Oct 14
You can save a lot of money if you buy & use the Oslo pass during your visit in Oslo for a day or over, such as transportation, museums entry, dining, etc.

And the tourist information staff are very helpful and have pleasure to serve & answer all your questions.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Awesome OSlo!!!"

Recommended by FAcundo, 06 Oct 14
Totally worth to buy the Oslo Pass, saves you a lot of money and time!! the best thing is that you can use all public transport network for free, otherwise it is very expensive...I've been in Oslo just 5 days in October, although I would prefer to have come in summer...besides the typical visits to the museums and parks I really enjoyes hiking in the lake sognsvann's area!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Thank you VisitOslo!"

Recommended by Flavietto88, 04 Oct 14
Really good service, highly recommended and very helpful. I'm very satisfied! Thank you!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Money saving Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Dejan, 03 Oct 14
If you're about to visit five Oslo attractions that we did, buying the Oslo pass is definitively money saving. We visited the Nobel Peace Center, the Fram museum , the Kon Tiki museum, the Viking Ship museum and the Holmenkollen ski jump. Buying those 5 tickets separately would cost you around 400 NOK. We got the Oslo pass for 290 NOK pp, plus enjoyed free public transport.
Just think carefully when to activate it.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"oslo pass"

Recommended by visitor from UK in september 2104, 01 Oct 14
very useful indeed and enabled us to get around to galleries, museums, busess and ferries all on one pass, efficiently available on line
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Wonderful Oslo! I found Oslo a..."

Recommended by , 28 Sep 14
Wonderful Oslo!

I found Oslo a wonderful city and spent three full days there sightseeing, going to the Opera and Museums.
The OsloTicket saved me money for the Museums, which was nice. I didn't use public transport enough as getting to know the city is best achieved on foot. It was a disapointment to me that the Oslo Ticket did not include a boat trip on the Fjord for seniors even with a 72 hour ticket. the rqational of that decision was not understandable.
Oslo definitely cannot be recommended to people who have to watch their spending, a glass of wine with dinner, a perfectly normal expenditure in Berlin is three to five times as expensive as anywhere on the mailnland in Europe, the same is true of food and snacks.

I was also disappointed that a number of places were already closed or only opened on Saturdays and Sundays. It appears as if Oslo does not expect any visitors beyond End of August.

All the same, I was deleighted to be there and would not have wanted to miss it as Oslo is a lovely urbane European city, the people are very freindly and helpful if you ask for assistance, public transport is teriffic including toan from the airport.
Congratulations to Oslo for making the sharing of its wonders with others so pleasant and confortoble.

Regards, Shirley v B
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Experience yourself"

Recommended by Olga, 24 Sep 14
This is a very good touristic product, especially if you are interested in visiting as mamy museums as possible. I managed to))
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Excelent"

Recommended by Laurentiu Diaconu, 22 Sep 14
Very good instrument to visit the town and the surrounding area and the museums there. I was very satisfied with it.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Card A Good Value"

Recommended by Susie, 16 Sep 14
We visited Oslo for one day on a cruise and found the Oslo Card to be a good value for us. We were able to order it online before our trip and pick it up when we arrived in town. It allowed us to take all public transportation for the day and visit the sites we were interested in.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Good instructions and very useful. "

Recommended by Mari, 14 Sep 14
We have installed the app and used it very often.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Thinking about the time we go back"

Recommended by Denise, 11 Sep 14
The Oslo Pass is the best buy we could ever do: perfect for going wherever you want to go and very helpful for saving money - which we appreciate a lot!! I definitely recommend it to everyone who is planning to travel to Oslo :)
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"very helpful"

Recommended by Zuzia, 10 Sep 14
The Oslo Pass is just great. I really can recommend this service………and Oslo is a nice City by the way. I really enjoyed my travel.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"stand in queue"

Recommended by , 08 Sep 14
It´s a pity that we had to stand in queue to get tickets, although we had the oslo pass. In other cities, in London for example, you don´t have to wait if you have the London pass. We thought in Oslo it´s the same.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Perfect for an intensive day"

Recommended by Mario, 04 Sep 14
The Oslo Pass is perfect If you want to do some activities in a short time. You can use some transports through and around the city center (bus, underground, ship, tram) and let you visiting diferents museums and other interesting places. If yoy want to see many things in a day in diferent sites, It's very profitable.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Very useful Pass"

Recommended by Gordon (from Hong Kong), 30 Aug 14
The Pass gave me a very convenient access to the places I wanted to visit. The whole mechanism was so systematic. I bought a 24-hr Pass and I fully utilized it (visit 6 museums and traveled with tram, boat and metro). Highly recommended!!!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"very good way to get to know oslo"

Recommended by Rick, 29 Aug 14
Free public transport and free admission to many interesting sites. Well organized and easy access.
Loved it!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Trip"

Recommended by Popaul, 28 Aug 14
We spent a very enjoyable time in Oslo. In three days we took advantage of the Oslo Pass and benefitted from the free guided tour of the City Hall, the Folk and Viking museums, the Vigelland museum, the Monch museum and the castle as well as the public transport - both bus and underground and boat to the island. It was a good bargain and facilitated and speeded up our trip. It should be noted that the Opera can only be visited with an official guide - only 20% off with the Oslo Pass, which was rather disappointing as there is only one visit in English per day, as we hoped to be able to go round on our own.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"practical and cheap for public..."

Recommended by frenchguy, 27 Aug 14
practical and cheap for public transportations (ferry, train). Worth the price for many museums
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo pass is cool!"

Recommended by cmanica, 26 Aug 14
Me and my boyfriend bought the 72 hours Oslo pass and we couldn't be more satisfied. We enjoyed free transport, museums and discounts in restaurants and other places. The visit Oslo website is also very detailed and you don't have to look elsewhere to get all the information you need for a great stay in Oslo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"One day Oslo pass"

Recommended by Princess Cruise Passanger, 24 Aug 14
The Oslo pass was a great value and very easy to use and understand. The staff at the information office were very friendly and helpful. They took extra time to ensure that everything was correct. Having the pass allowed us to see significantly more of Oslo in our very short time there than would have otherwise been possible.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Amazing experience"

Recommended by Xmed, 24 Aug 14
Oslo has been the most beautiful and friendly city! Me and my friend spent 6 days in total and was blown away by the kindness of its people and the fabulous sceneries. I would recommend Oslo to anyone because it's truly a fantastic city!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Excellent"

Recommended by HW7, 21 Aug 14
Very useful and offers wide range of options including transportation!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo pass: very good"

Recommended by ambra, 20 Aug 14
It was very good to use, we use a lot the pubblic trasport (bus, tramway and the boat), have a discount ina restaurant and free entrance to the museums. The only flaw: a very bad oslo map (street are not clearly defined, and not all street names are clear.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"great deal"

Recommended by udet1123, 20 Aug 14
free transport, free museums, great deals in the restaurants, very nice tourist information centre.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Lettvint og pengebesparende!"

Recommended by Mary-Ann, 18 Aug 14
Veldig kjekt å ha Olsopassene i lomma. Slapp å dra fram lommeboka til stadighet. Har ikke regnet nøyaktig på det, men tror jeg sparte flere hundre kroner på å bruke disse passene.
Min sønn på 12 og jeg brukte dem på buss, fire museer, trikk og i Holmenkollen. Vi er veldig fornøyde:-)
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"City passes are great!"

Recommended by Linda Lou, 18 Aug 14
My nieghbor and I visted Denmark, Sweden, and Norway and we purchased the city passes for Copenhagen, Stockholm, and Oslo. We'd never purchased city passes before, but we love them! It's hard enough when you're dealing with a different currency in every country and languages you simply don't know, but the Oslo pass made everything a whole lot easier, allowing us to take local transportation (the metro) and see local sights without having to fumble around with a lot of money or our credit cards.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Yann, 16 Aug 14
The Pass is great, financially interesting (if we plan many activites encompassed in the pass), and made me discover attractions I would not have gone to without it (mainly activities in Bygdoy). I would recommend it to friends visiting Oslo for these reasons.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Convenience"

Recommended by Catalunya, 16 Aug 14
It's easy and very convenience to use the Oslo Pass!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Magic Oslo"

Recommended by bobajobbob.spoors, 16 Aug 14
We arrived and found out that our hotel had been cancelled but looking at 3 travellers the desk found out that they could put us up this hotel was called Scandic Sjolyst I cannot praise this hotel enough and what a time we had Oslo is everything you want and more would I come back to Norway yes please
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great deal, exceptional convenience"

Recommended by , 15 Aug 14
I would highly recommend this to anyone visiting Oslo. Not only did it save money, the convenience of being able to use public transit at any time made getting around the city very easy.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Sarah's trip"

Recommended by , 12 Aug 14
The Oslo Pass was convenient. Just hop on the bus or T to the sites listed. Entrance to museums was simple. We really enjoyed the Kon-Tiki Museum, the Munch Museum, the Ibsen House and the Folk Museum. Everyone we dealt with was very friendly and helpful. I would come back to Oslo again.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"olso pass : un bon plan"

Recommended by patrick , 11 Aug 14
Un bon choix de musées. L'utilisation des transports (bateau metro bus) est très pratique.
Problème avec la reduction bus hop off;(
Reduction restaurant rorbua ok
Donc, globalement un bon investissement notre oslo pass 48h
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"very useful"

Recommended by semmla, 10 Aug 14
We had two days Oslo Pass.
We definitely made up for all the transport and the museums.
We also used a discount at a Cristinania Cafe.
Very useful Card if you intend to use it in full.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"best discount deal"

Recommended by , 01 Aug 14
best deal in town.... visiting a few sites more than pay for itself.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"OsloPass 72 t"

Recommended by Tebriksen, 01 Aug 14
Alt du trenger for et fantastisk opphold i vår vakre hovedstad, om du er på jakt etter å bli bedre kjent med alt av hva man har å se av museer og attraksjoner osv. Dessuten er det utrolig nyttig at du får alt av offentlig transport inkludert i prisen. Du får dessuten også rabatter på diverse spisesteder, butikker osv. Valuta for pengene, og du sparer deg selv for mye strev! Et godt produkt jeg vil anbefale videre til andre :)
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"A lot to see in Oslo, much of it with the Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Jaime, 31 Jul 14
It was worthy to purchase the Oslo pass ... It is a valuable investment!!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Best choice"

Recommended by , 30 Jul 14
You can visit the most important sights for free, public transport is also included which is very helpful when you're in a hurry. Staff at the tourist information is really friendly and helpful.
With the Oslo Pass you don't have to worry about anything :)
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"was able to visit some amazing museums in one day"

Recommended by crw, 28 Jul 14
so much can be seen in oslo in one day
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"opportunity to visit the many..."

Recommended by manu, 27 Jul 14
opportunity to visit the many museums and use public transportation at a great price
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo pass"

Recommended by Faith, 26 Jul 14
Great way to make a visit easy. I used it for 4 museums, bus, ferry, subway. Easy city to get around. Airport train also very easy especially if you sign up your card before you get there.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"See a lot in a short time"

Recommended by HBachmann, 25 Jul 14
Visit Oslo is a good way to see Oslo from different angles and give you the freedom to selct was is of your own interest. W/o the Visti Oslo pass I wouldn't be going to some of the Museums.
Good that all Transportation Systems are included in the pass, so you don't need a car in Oslo
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Great City, Great Deal"

Recommended by , 22 Jul 14
Buy this pass. Don't think twice. Just buy it. The value is fabulous. This is an expensive City in an expensive country and the Oslo Pass is a fantastic way to try and keep your costs down a bit. We are a family of four and it was very worthwhile and saved us a bundle while at the same time highlighting the go-to places in Oslo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"First Oslo meeting "

Recommended by slista, 17 Jul 14
We were in Oslo only two and half days. It was incredible. Unforgettable adventure for example staying on the top Hollmenkolen or top Oslo Opera. Everywhere we met very pleasant, helpfull and talkactive people. Oslo Pass gave us a lot of peace and save our time. Our nice hotel was outside the center that's why free subway was very convenient. We visited only 5-6 museums. All were interested and the best was Fram. May be we come back together discover again Oslo and Oslofiord
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"One great day in Oslo"

Recommended by D&G, 17 Jul 14
It was my wife who got that idea to visit Oslo using the Oslo pass. I didn't know about that option at all so I was really surprised what all could one get using that.
So thanks to my wife we spent one beautiful Saturday in Oslo. We visited more than 11 museums all around the city, used T-bane and ferry, had parking place and saw many interesting things there. We even bought tasty pizza in Peppes with discount with our oslo pass.
We definitely recommend to try oslo pass to all who want to visit the capital of Norway and want to visit many places for amazing price.

Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Totally worth it!"

Recommended by Kate, 16 Jul 14
It was great not having to fish out my wallet every time I wanted to get on the bus or tram, and again when getting into the museums. Discounts weren't that great and the restaurants weren't places we wanted to eat at anyway, but the free entrance and public trans made it totally worth it! Btw, Oslo is a great city!
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Short holidays over a Weekend "

Recommended by Dirk, 15 Jul 14
The Oslo Card opens me a very complete trip without waiting on Ticket Center and Cashs.
It is a very good Instrument for seeing Oslo in a Short Time. The usage of the Oslo Card at Public transportation are very simple.
Very good Tool in a closer lovely town with nice People.
Greetings from Germany
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Eyes and legs of Oslo"

Recommended by MaxRus, 15 Jul 14
Hello!
It's a wonderful thing. You can see all of most popular sightseengs and aktivities and in the same time have a big economy of your money. It seems better to spend them on tasty norvegian food )))
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Sojourn"

Recommended by Viking44, 13 Jul 14
bought the 24-hr pass and used it for admission to Viking Ship Museum and Norsk Folkemuseum . The ferry ride roundtrip to the Bygdoy peninsula was included. Took the subway to near Vigeland Sculpture
park. Nobody checked our pass for the subway(maybe because it was Sunday), and Vigeland has no admission of course. So, we were able to see three major attractions in our limited time which was more like seven hours of the 24. Each attraction we visited was well worthwhile. But, unless you use a taxi or hire a private tour, be prepared to do some walking. The on-off bus is an alternative, but doesn't include
full admission to museums as the Oslo Pass.
The girls at the counter in the Tourist Info Center were very cordial and helpful. also have WiFi
Pre-ordering the voucher online was very smooth and is the way to go. However, if 67+ you can't pre-order. I wish we could have used the pass to see more museums, but our time and the museum hours
are limited, especially on a Sunday.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Brilliant - One of the best city passes around"

Recommended by VVNSydney, 11 Jul 14
Qualifications? I've used a city pass in London, Paris, NY, Rome, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Stockholm... could be others I don't recall. Oslo Pass is brilliant - It is actually rare to see anyone pay actual cash for anything - I used the 3 Day pass for 535 NOK for an adult - around US$95 and it was huge value. Counting up everything I did was around 1200 NOK - and it was rainy and I was a bit tired by Day 3... so could have done better. Think of the Oslo Pass as insurance - once you've done the walking tour (150) and the mini-cruise incl on the 3 day pass (185) and visited Akershus Fortress (70) you've nearly covered your costs. Add in the brilliant museums on Bygdoy island - there's another 400 odd and the 50 NOK for the return ferry. Get the Pass. Don't be the numpty handing over cash - you'll need that for the really expensive past time in Oslo... eating.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"This pass was so helpful..."

Recommended by , 09 Jul 14
This pass was so helpful and let you in everywhere! I was very thankful to have it. Perfect for my weekend in Oslo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Cheap pass"

Recommended by Marcos, 08 Jul 14
Its very usefull
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Superb"

Recommended by , 01 Jul 14
Everything in Oslo was superb. We visit a couple of parks, museums. All excellent. But the most unforgettable memory for us, would be the well educated and always eager to help and talk, the Oslo people. Thank you so much.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"good to have"

Recommended by Anne, 30 Jun 14
Whenever we travel to Oslo again, we will buy the Oslo Pass.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"The idea of a pass..."

Recommended by Tzewu, 30 Jun 14
The idea of a pass is great, especially it gives travellers unlimited access to public transportation. However, quite a lot of attractions that the pass covered were either free of charge at the first place or charge very little that the pass doesn't seem to worth that price. If the ski jump is subjected to a discount with presence of Oslo pass, it would be much better. Still, it is good overall in my opinion, and definitely recommend to get one when traveling in Oslo.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"3 jours à oslo"

Recommended by gégélabidouille, 19 Jun 14
Avec un minimum de préparation en consultant les chapîtres de visitoslo, on peut voir l'essentiel de ce qui se visite à Oslo dans un rayon appréciable. Quel confort pour l'esprit et le porte-monnaie cet Oslo Pass qui réunit la gratuité du transport (tram, métro, bateau,) et les entrées des différentes sites et attractions.
Je plébiscite ce produit qui a tout en un !
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Good value if you use public transport; less of a bargain if you have a car. "

Recommended by Roddy, 18 Jun 14
The pass certainly paid for itself as far as visiting museums was concerned, but the promised free parking at municipal car parks was less useful, and I could only use it twice. All the museum island museums have private car parks, and I was annoyed to have to pay here. Parking is very expensive in Oslo, and if you are on a combined trip visiting the fjords and the city a car is a real liability for the Oslo part.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Louise , 16 Jun 14
I thought the Oslo Pass was very helpful especially for the transport aspect.

Regarding the free museums and parks you have entry to a lot of them are already free

It needs more discounts for the attractions that are more expensive. It also needs more restaurants giving discounts there was only a few on it
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Accessible Oslo"

Recommended by Loving Scandinavia, 15 Jun 14
The Oslo pass is a terrific idea and a great tool especially for the traveler who doesn't have a lot of time in Oslo but wants to see as much as possible. You can take a ferry to the Viking Museum, go to Hovedoya to see the Monastary and then take in a couple of the galleries and museums on the mainland as well . And get around the city and just look at the sights on a tram.


We loved having it!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo pass"

Recommended by sijuki, 12 Jun 14
Very nice, although didn't get to use it as much as I wanted... short stay. But would definitely get it again if I came to Oslo. The lady at Visit Oslo was very nice also. Easy to get, easy to use.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo: surprising city"

Recommended by Alex, 12 Jun 14
Oslo: surprising city
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Sehr empfehlenswert!"

Recommended by Kai, 12 Jun 14
Die Kosten der Anschaffung sind sehr schnell amortisiert. Die Buchung von Deutschland aus mit der anschließenden Abholung in der Touristinfo in Oslo klappte problemlos. Beim nächsten Mal wieder.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"See so much in 72 hours"

Recommended by Tony Mac, 11 Jun 14
On a long weekend holiday break to Oslo - arriving evening of Friday 6 June and leaving on Tuesday 10 June - we used our 72-hour Oslo Pass to the full to travel around the city by bus, tram and waterbus and to visit so much of Oslo's heritage and sights. Although not included in the price, we also had beautiful weather for the whole period of our visit! For visitors who find catering costs so comparatively high compared to the UK, the Oslo Pass undoubtedly helped to counterbalance the levels of our costs and outgoings.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"A very useful service"

Recommended by Mathieu, Paris, France, 11 Jun 14
I have already tried the equivalent in Vienna, with comparable services (whole public transportation, free entrances in some museums, reduced fees on others, etc.) and regard it as a really useful for tourists who wish to visit various places (various kind of places as much as places geographically distant one from another). As I have been in Vienna, I am totally convinced of your product.
Therefore, I must add another point, which might be slightly deceiptive : some museums close really very early (Nasjonalgalleriet at 5pm on Saturdays for instance) and I guess tourists would enjoy an even better trip -and mine was excellent- than what they feel.
Hope to enjoy soon another time in Norway !
Greets from Paris !
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo pass review"

Recommended by Jamie, 04 Jun 14
Very good to have public transport included, great to be able to visit as many museums as you want to or can, well worth the money!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"absolutely oslo card!"

Recommended by arianna85, 03 Jun 14
it's a perfect, simple, smart way to visit Oslo; a simple way to use the Oslo busses, the subway and trams. Perfectly suited for those who love visiting museums, most of them are included so it's always a "free entrance". Beautiful oslo fjord cruise also included. The Oslo pass is just perfect and a MUST HAVE if you're going to live intensely a few days in marvellous Oslo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo card makes easy to explore the city"

Recommended by gede, 02 Jun 14
We had 4 wonderful days in Oslo and the Oslo Card made traveling in the City very easy. Just enter the boat or the tram or the bus and go. We enjoyed Oslo so much. Great
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Not cheap but very good !"

Recommended by Dirk M., 01 Jun 14
The Oslo Pass first seems to be expensive, but you have wide range of possibilities to use it. we had the Oslo Pass for 72 hours and we used the Pass very much.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Benefit of Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Duncans, 29 May 14
As a newcomer to Oslo, understanding transport systems, currency and it's value as well as where to visit are areas that would have taken valuable time out of our visit, especially during the short break we had. It gave us the freedom to make the most of our visit and the bonus was it was incredible value for money!
I would definitely recommend this to anyone visiting Oslo. Had we been there the extra day we would have had the 72hr pass.
It meant that we were limited to sights and museums in and around Oslo, which was our purpose for visiting. It is only good value if you choose to visit the museums etc. which we did as we had the pass.
A separate travel pass might be useful for travelling slightly further afield.
As eating out is very expensive, the Oslo pass was a welcome saving. The high restaurant/food costs was the only downside to our visit as it limited our options. Thankfully our hotel (Comfort Borspaken) was excellent and provided an excellent breakfast and facilities.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Super!"

Recommended by Susi, 28 May 14
Very incomplicate - recommendable for everyone!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great value"

Recommended by Edurnelv, 19 May 14
I would definetly recommend Oslo pass to everyone who wants to travel to Oslo since it offers an economic way to visit the whole city. Also it is very varied and it's great that you have the chance to enjoy a Minicruise when you purchase the 72h pass.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Enjoy without worries"

Recommended by Focos, 19 May 14
It´s really easy and practical to visit Oslo with the Oslo Pass. It encourages you to visit even more places that you would do without the pass, You will de surely surprised.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"OK"

Recommended by Gabi, 19 May 14
it was great
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great little card!"

Recommended by Vicky, 14 May 14
Had a brilliant time in Oslo with the Oslo pass! managed to use to not only go to the museams but enabled us to travel their as well. I would recommend it anyone who visits Oslo in the future.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Great value"

Recommended by Gessfatima, 13 May 14
We had booked the oslo passes for 2 adults and 2 kids through the website, and did find our cards at the tourist center, together with a helping leaflet and the tourist clerks to answer any of our questions. The card is very useful, easy to use and is a great bargain. Plus it leads you to visit museums that you may not have selected should you have to pay for it. It eases your trip as you can use it for all transportations. I highly recommend it.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo pass 72h"

Recommended by Aurele, 13 May 14
Nous avons été ravi de notre choix pour l'Oslo pass 72 heures musées et transport gratuit et la petite croisière gratuite le must !!!
Super séjour et super ville
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Excellent value for money"

Recommended by Georgy , 12 May 14
The Oslo Pass is a great way of visiting the places you want and it is great as it is ever so simple to use. Everyhing is extremely well organised so you wouldn't encounter any problems. Easy to use on publis transport and gives you all the information you need. We were very pleased with it and would recommend it! We had a great holiday! Thank you Oslo Pass!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"A lot of opportunities at a good price"

Recommended by Zsolt, London, 07 May 14
I liked the Oslo Pass as there are many museums and sights covered and the public transportation is included as well, so from the moment I got my pass, I didn't have to worry about buying tickets, just went where I wanted to. Using the Pass I managed to see what I really wanted to: Hovedøya, Bygdøy's museums, the Munch Museum, the Reptile Park, the Akerhus Castle, the Opera House, the Frogner Park, the city centre. I certainly would have spent more had I had to buy the tickets separately.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"That's the way to do it!"

Recommended by Tim, 06 May 14
The Oslo Pass is brilliant! Worry free travel and sightseeing- good discounts too!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"The Oslo Pass is all you need"

Recommended by Mike, 02 May 14
everything included you have to see or visit in and around Oslo. Museum, public Transport, discount in Shops and much more!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"As Scharzeneger said "I'll be back""

Recommended by BONNEFOND Claire, 30 Apr 14
What first strike me when I arrived to Oslo is the quitness of the city even if there's a lot of people in the streets. I enjoyed the different parks. I had been well informed about the policies, the activities, the working of the tools (subway, tramway, bus) of the city. It's really easy to move in Oslo by foot or by vehicles. I met warm people who nicely helped me when I needed.
I visited places like Norsk Museum and Vikingship Museum but I did not have enough time to visit more historical places such as the fortress. I 'd like to taste more restaurants or cafés.
I'll come back just to visit in depth Oslo and to relax. I'll be back by booking in one of the Thon Hotel in which I had a pleasant time. When I'll be back i'll speak a bit more of Norwegian language.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"One of the best passes!"

Recommended by The Belgian Dragon, 29 Apr 14
When I go on a citytrip I always (if it's possible) take a pass, like the Oslo pass. If I put those passes next to each other I can say that the Oslo pass is one of the best passes I got.
There are a lot of free museums you can do, the public transport is free and you can also get some nice discounts in restaurants!

If you go to Olso, I would recommend a Oslo Pass!!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Easter 2014"

Recommended by Paul Wynant, 24 Apr 14
Had a very pleasant stay in Oslo.
The City looked deserted for the Eastern Holiday. However many restaurants were closed (tried to book some "high rated" restaurants, all in vain) we managed to have a satisfying culinary experience in the "more touristic" restaurants in Aker Brygge.
"Visit Oslo Pass" is an ABSOLUTELY obligatory, indispensible tool to have access to musea and public transport.
Oslo inhabitants VERY friendly ad helpfull (Tourist Information Center help was super!!).
A few minor remarks: Munch Museet UNANOUNCEDLY reduced the exposition in order to prepare another exhibition; resulting in a dramatic reduction of the exposed works.
The "Visit OSLO App" suggested a jam session in Herr Nilsson on april 20th (Easter); we went there .... Nothing happenend!!!
Conclusion: We will absolutely recommend a visit to Oslo to all our friends (and the use of the Visit Oslo Pass also!!)!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"godt ophold og nemt at bruge oslo pass"

Recommended by trine, 21 Apr 14
Vi brugte Oslo pass meget.
Så bla. de museer vi fandt sjovest , flere gange.

Ide: bus linier og stattioner kunne med fordel markeres bedre på geografisk kort. Det var lidt vanskeligt at finde den rigtige bus holdplads.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Opinion sobre mi OsloCard"

Recommended by Vicente L., 21 Apr 14
Estupenda, tuve la entrada al Trampolín de esquí completamente gratis, acceso a todos los transportes públicos, y descuento en el viaje al Fiordo de Oslo, al autobus turístico y en varios restaurantes donde comí.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Perfect!"

Recommended by kummetje, 07 Apr 14
With the Oslo pass you can discover Oslo for a reasonable price, free acces to many attractions!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"All in One"

Recommended by Easy, 26 Mar 14
The Oslo Pass gives you free entry in many museum and you can go by tram, metro and so on. Besides you can get discounts in restaurants. If I go to Oslo again, I would by the Oslo Pass.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Simply Great"

Recommended by gertru, 24 Mar 14
The Oslo pass is the best way to enjoy the cultural activities in Oslo. Moreover, this card lets you easily reach different places around the city using the public transport.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"good experience"

Recommended by Olha, 12 Mar 14
Ordering Oslo Pass was a very good idea since it gave an opportunity to visit almost all interesting places without paying anything. The brochure itself (which you get with the Oslo Pass) gives an enormously long list of unforgettable things "to do" while visiting this gorgeous city of order, beauty and total serenity...
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Necessary to visit oslo"

Recommended by bertilleandguillaume, 08 Mar 14
Very easy to use transport.
All the best museums of Oslo accept the Oslo pass and so the entrance is free.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"great way to see the..."

Recommended by daniel, 04 Mar 14
great way to see the city and all its attractions - we easily saved money using it and it was convenient
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"thanks"

Recommended by peter, 26 Feb 14
The webpage is great. The mobileapp ia awesome. Oslopass is a must for every tourist visiting Oslo. We wouldnt have that good time without it.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"5 Wonderful Days in Oslo"

Recommended by Oscar, 21 Feb 14
My family had a great visit to Oslo! The Oslo pass was well worth booking in advance and collecting when we got there at the tourist information. Also the discounts that it offers we're worth it for our family.
Oslo App I couldn't access either at home in NL or in Oslo and that was disappointing as we would have used it. Easy wifi access in shops and restaurants would have made this a great tourist tool.
Skandic. Hotel Edderkoppen it so close to the city centre and was very friendly and helpful.
Vintner park was a fantastic place to ski, not crowded and reasonably priced for 2 days ski-ing.
Thanks Oslo a great 5 days!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Good deal"

Recommended by Jess and peter, 08 Feb 14
If you want to explore all the city and visit a lot of museum you must buy the oslo pass!! It is a gain of time and money!! Most of interesting attractions are including in the oslo pass and It is easy to use it, you will not regret your purchase for sure!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"so easy to have and to use"

Recommended by jefffrt- France, 29 Jan 14
It s simple to buy on line, people in the tourism office are very kind, and you can use your card in every cultural places and transports.
Really fantastic for a tourist!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Well worth it"

Recommended by Saba, 24 Jan 14
Saved us a lot of money on bus and tram fares, we went to a lot more places than we would have without it.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass Review (I know, it's not very creative...)"

Recommended by Amanda Ferreira, 15 Jan 14
I would really recommend the Oslo Pass. I bought a 48 hour pass and it was easy and quick to book it online and also to pick it up from the Visit Center. As a South American tourist in Norway I really didn't know how to use public transport (what bus or tram to take, where to buy tickets, etc.) and the Oslo Pass made it very easy. Also the pass gave you access to the greatest attractions of the city so you can get your Oslo Pass book, check the attraction you want to visit an the public transport you can use to get there (bus or tram number for example) and simply get into a bus and go to wherever you want in Oslo. It's really quick and easy and also saved me a lot of money!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by SuzieQ, 15 Jan 14
A very convenient way to get around on public transport and into museums. However, plan carefully what you want to do in advance and work out the cost as the pass is not cheap and if you don't go to lots of museums then it may not be worth it. Some museums are free on a Sunday anyway so do your homework!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Brilliant value! Your ticket to Oslo!"

Recommended by English female tourist, 07 Jan 14
I went to Oslo for 3 days, 2 nights. I flew in to Rygge and booked the Pass online before I left UK so I walked from Central Station to Tourist Office to collect - all very easy and meant I didn't have to carry more cash. Tourist Info so helpful and welcoming, free wifi, leaflets, I went back a couple times a day as I passed and they even booked my train ticket back to Rygge.

The Pass itself was brilliant. You get a booklet telling you what you can do for free - I wrote my time on it 09:45am second day, got the tram to town from Anker Hostel, bus to Bygody - all in a rainy winter day I went to the Viking Ship Museum, Polar Ship Museum, bus back to town, tram to Castle and went to the very good Norwegian Resistance Museum, by early afternoon. Then walked to the National Gallery and don't miss the History Museum behind it (not shown very clearly on maps). The next morning, I used my pass to get 15% off the Hop on Hop off boat tour. Went to the Nobel Peace Centre late as open until 6pm. Definitely got value and I wasn't racing anything!

Just don't miss the free places - Cathedral, interior and roof of Opera House and most of all the Town Hall where Nobel Prize given - the most amazing interior - just go!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Highly recommended!"

Recommended by Nicholas R., 07 Jan 14
The Oslo Pass provides a very comfortable tool to discover a variety of Oslo attractions. There is clear advantage of using the Oslo pass, both in terms of cost savings but also in terms of using the local comprehensive public transport network. The only downside is the limited number of restaurants participating in the program. I would like for more venues to be added in the future.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Very economical and convenient"

Recommended by Karen from the USA, 03 Jan 14
The Oslo Pass makes the experience in Oslo so affordable and convenient. Jump on and off public transpiration without digging for money, and visit a plethora of museums and attractions in Olso without worrying if you are blowing your travel budget. And, if you liked an attraction a lot, you can go back and see it again! I'm so glad I became aware of the Oslo Pass and gave it a try.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Alone in Oslo"

Recommended by Alone in Oslo, 03 Jan 14
I had a wonderful time in your beautiful city.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Very convenient"

Recommended by joydeep, 30 Dec 13
Very convenient, covered not just transport but also a lot of museums
would be good if it also included train to and from the airport
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Really useful"

Recommended by Anna, 26 Dec 13
Delivers perfect possibility to see lots of things during short visit (we used 48-hours one). In all cases it's better to verify if the museums and other sightseeings are open through internet.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"very nice town and very friendly habitants"

Recommended by , 13 Dec 13
it was a nice journy to stay in Oslo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Worth it!"

Recommended by Patty and Bruce, 12 Dec 13
The Oslo pass was great because one could take in the entire Oslo experience without having to take money out at every turn. The Oslo pass was good on trams, buses, ferry, all of the Museums and enabled us to have a smooth experience in Oslo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"The simple way to see Oslo"

Recommended by Stuart & Caroline, Broadstairs, 10 Dec 13
It was great to be able to travel around Oslo by public transport and visit a number of museums, galleries, etc. all on one ticket, which we booked in advance.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Such a lovely experience! "

Recommended by Paris9 , 07 Dec 13
I bought a 72 hrs Oslo Pass, a real value to spend 3 days in Oslo. I made that "Hop On-Hop off" cruise - which is free with this pass - and discovered the Opera from the sea under a radiant sun. Fantastic. I hopped off at the Modern Art Museum, an absolute must if you love modern architecture, though the exhibit wasn't exactly what I was expecting. The next day, I made the bus guided tour, quite interesting because they drive you not only in the old city, but also to the sculpture park and to the ski tremplin, two places where I never could have gone just by myself! I eventually visited about ten museums with free entrance, quite a treat for amateurs of arts and crafts as me! And of course, I could use all the buses, trams and metros I needed for free, which is of course greatly valuable. I would say that thanks to this card, Oslo is quite affordable.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Quick, easy, affordable...Great idea!"

Recommended by shondo, 03 Dec 13
I was a bit wary of getting a travel card when visiting Oslo, but the Oslo Pass is so much more than that! Getting access to a number of excellent museums, galleries and exhibitions, as well as the travel on Tram, Metro and Bus made the Oslo Pass a no brainer.

I would recommend it to anyone going to Oslo, as it's definitely the most cost effective way (and very flexible too!) to see Oslo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"For a short stay, It..."

Recommended by CloudTravel, 01 Dec 13
For a short stay, It is a excellent way to discover Oslo.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Terrific"

Recommended by Max maas, 12 Nov 13
With the pass its helpful
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"nice stay in Oslo"

Recommended by Jürgen, 02 Nov 13
the Oslo pass is a very nice idea, because it opens a lot of new possibilities, you get a special status with preferences and fast access. You don't have to care about mobility and pricing within Oslo. So you can enjoy the nice city and cordial cheerfulness of the Norwegian people.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Godt tilbud som gjør ar jeg sparte tid"

Recommended by krølltopp, 30 Oct 13
hadde jeg vært klar over at endel museer var gratis på søndag hadde jeg bestilt 24timers pass i stedet for 48 timers
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"very good service for tourists."

Recommended by Leo, 25 Oct 13
very good service for tourists.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"loving oslo"

Recommended by brujita, 23 Oct 13
I loved the city the people is very kind and helpful and chatty, the city is also so clean is amazing.
Even though was cold wasn't feeling as horrible and was quite bereable I am definitely coming back in spring
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Verda M., 22 Oct 13
I highly recommend all visitors to Oslo Oslo Pass. We saw a lot of beautiful places and we really enjoyed the atmosphere of the town and surrounding area. We had great time in Oslo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Time and money saver"

Recommended by Norway fans, 20 Oct 13
We really enjoyed having the 72-hour Oslo Pass for our 4-day stay in Oslo. Everything went so smoothly and we didn't have to bother about getting tickets for the places we wanted to visit . We especially liked the fact that the hop on - hop off Mini-Cruise was included, too.

It's a pity so few restaurants give you a discount - and Peppes Pizza only gives you the 20% reduction if you choose a large pizza, which is far too big for two average sized adults ;-)!

It would be great if visitors could choose to include the fare for the express train from Gardermoen to the City Centre and back to the airport in the Oslo Pass when booking online.

On the whole we loved Oslo and will certainly come back when most of the building work going on at the moment is finished and the city centre is a bit less noisy than at present.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Skreddersydd oslo pass!"

Recommended by Lars, 15 Oct 13
Oslo pass er perfekt for alle som er på dagstur eller overnatting i Oslo.
Fri kjøring av kollektivtransport og inngang til de fleste attraksjoner inkludert gjør dette til et svært gunstig kjøp. I tillegg; lett å kjøpe på nett og enkelt å hente i Oslo
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslopass"

Recommended by Janne , 14 Oct 13
Jeg organiserte et møte for 25 deltagere fra hele Europa. De benyttet Oslopass lørdag 12/10. Jeg var ikke med sel, men tilbakemeldingene er gode!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Worth it! "

Recommended by LoveToTravel, 14 Oct 13
I purchased the 72 hour Oslo pass. A mini hop on hop off cruise is included. It is expensive but if you use their public transit, mini cruise and go to a few attractions, you would already break even and start saving. Highly recommended.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Very practice to use"

Recommended by moumichou, 12 Oct 13
It's very practice to have this pass and not to have to pay in each time for bus or museum
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Oslo pass er en genial ordning"

Recommended by Organisator for fransk gruppe, 11 Oct 13
Vi hadde en guidet tur tidlig i oppholdet, og dermed fikk deltakerne ideer til hva de hadde lyst til å gjøre og brukte luftehullene i det faglige programmet til å oppsøke attraksjoner. Også utrolig kjekt at transport ligger inne i pakken.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great value!"

Recommended by , 09 Oct 13
I saw everything in my one day in Oslo that I wanted to see (all the museums on Bygdoy and a few other sights in the city). Only thing to note is that you do not pick it up from City Hall; it's actuallly near City Hall at the Information center.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"A Must Have for every Oslo tourist !!"

Recommended by The Scheich, 07 Oct 13
Great deal, rth every penny and very comfortable !
Excellent product from the Oslo marketing experts, we are totally satisfied.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Day pass helps get around Oslo"

Recommended by fellowtraveller44, 03 Oct 13
We loved the day pass because it gave us an easy way of accessing the transportation and museums we wanted to go to. There was a minor problem because the outlets at the cruise terminal and by City Hall were not open early and we had to wait around. The other concern is that the guide books show some museums as closed on Mondays. Had this been true of the places we went to, the pass would have been an expensive failure. Accurate information about this should be on the website.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by JW, 02 Oct 13
Excellent tool for those who want to explore the city and see the attractions that Oslo has to offer. If you want to see everything but don't want to run up a big bill then the Oslo pass is ideal.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"very practicle"

Recommended by Schmid Bettina Schaffhausen, Switzerland, 27 Sep 13
I would have liked to be able to buy the oslo pass per credit card - so I wouldn't have to come to the information center the other morning (I arrived in the evening).
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Value for money without doubt!"

Recommended by Nigel Theobald, 25 Sep 13
We had a 72hr senior pass and without question found that it was convenient (transport for free!) and very good value for money Including the cost of the pass we saved 209NOK over the 72hrs excluding costs for public transport.
All the people we met were very helpful and there was good acceptance for the pass without question (or looking too closely at the time of start for the pass). Don't go to Oslo without one!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"public transport and museum entries in one card"

Recommended by Asuka Tours Netherlands, 21 Sep 13
The use of Oslo Pass is very convenient. We visited a lot of museums and everywhere we could use the Oslo Pass. The public transport in Oslo is perfect and therefore is the Oslo Pass the best way to go to all different sites.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Travelling Aussies"

Recommended by Three Senior Backpackers, 21 Sep 13
Unfortunately due to travel committments our 2 night stay in Oslo only gave us 24 hours to explore Oslo's sights so we put our 24 hour Oslo card to good use.

Our Oslo card paid for our return harbour ferry crossing to visit the Viking Museum in the morning, then the Nobel Peace Prize Museum in the afternoon as well as our transport throughout the city.

If we visited Oslo again we would definately purchase an Oslo card.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Consigli di viaggio"

Recommended by Domenico, 15 Sep 13
Per visitare Oslo a mio avviso sono sufficienti 4 giorni. Consiglio a tutti di munirsi della Oslopass la quale permette l'ingresso gratuito a quasi tutti i musei e l'utilizzo di tutti i mezzi di trasporto pubblici, compreso i traghetti.
La città è davvero molto costosa (nei ristoranti un litro di acqua costa circa 6€) ed è per questo motivo che vi consiglio di rifornirvi nei piccoli supermercati (kiwi, rema, neversen, remi) dove potete trovare prezzi migliori e offerte. Abbiate sempre a portata di mano 10Kr per poter andare nei bagni pubblici, persino nei centri commerciali.
Ho pernottato per 4 notti allo Smarthotel, vicinissimo al palazzo reale, al supermercato kiwi. Esso è molto carino e accogliente, orientatevi per la stanza da 16 mq in quanto le altre sono piccolissime, l'unica pecca le lenzuola trovate sporche al nostro arrivo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Janet, 14 Sep 13
Using the Oslo Pass during our 3 day visit was great!
We used it for the city ferry, the buses and trams and to enter several museums.
It was a good price for the value.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"good ...but"

Recommended by luigi corridori, 11 Sep 13
good product but for a real service it would be better send the Oslo Pass to the hotel of destination.
to get Oslo Pass we went to the tourism office and after alf an hour of queing we get the card.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass Saves You Money and Hassle"

Recommended by Reemara, 10 Sep 13
The Oslo Pass is great for public transport by bus or ferry, the wonderful min-cruise included in the 72 hour pass, and museum entry.

The booklet it comes with helps you navigate the city easily - watch out for Monday closures.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"The freedom of Oslo!"

Recommended by TimC, 04 Sep 13
The pass gave the freedom to dip in and out of different places without worrying if they would be value for money or not. I had a fantastic day- I visited six museums, went on ferries, T-Banes, trams...you name it!

Brilliant!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Public transport in Oslo is a dream!"

Recommended by New Oslo fan, 02 Sep 13
We really enjoyed our Oslo Pass and the fact that it allowed us to move about with such ease: train, bus, tram, boat, nothing is off limits. Public transport in Oslo is clean, reliable and very safe. We also made the most of the opportunity to visit several of the museums included in the Pass. We thought the Pass offered great value for money.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"4 days in Oslo"

Recommended by , 01 Sep 13
Everything perfect and with many things to visit and enjoy with. It miss just a few more discounts in restaurants or pubs and the posdibility to have a kind of Lonely Planet guide for any spot or museum in the Oslo Pass. In digital format maybe would be better. The informations within the "App" are too few.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Super deal!!!"

Recommended by Jorge, 28 Aug 13
We saved more than 1000 NOK with the 72 hour pass.
The mini cruise was a pleasant surprise
All in all it was a bargain!!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"easy and priceworthy"

Recommended by olgrey, 27 Aug 13
no stress looking for connctions and/or tickets. Just step in and relax looking onto the city and teh people. No technical examination, f.i. how to chekc in aso.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Very convenient but as everything in Norway expensive."

Recommended by Roman, 27 Aug 13
Oslo Pass is very vonvenient and allowed us to see many museums, use public transportation very easily. It was little inconvenient that we had to pick it up from Tourist Information Center. It could have been mailed to us before. Others cities do that. Over all i would recommend to others.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"amazing!"

Recommended by asadutto, 27 Aug 13
oslo pass is very convenient and very useful. I wish there was in all the cities
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Give Oslo a chance"

Recommended by Paco, 26 Aug 13
Really the Oslo Pass is interesting for the visiting of all the museums and especially because it includes the transport. The only thing I missed is the timing tables of some places, like the Castle, which close so early to the timing we are used at our country. But it was a good experience and probably without the Oslo Pass we couldn't or shouldn't or not have worried to visit places like the Fram Museum or Viking Museum, which are a bit out of the usual tour for a couple of days and are really interesting.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Reduces costs considerably and easy to use."

Recommended by Graham , 26 Aug 13
We bought four 72 hour passes online and picked up easily from tourist information. Free mini cruise was a highlight, as was the Nobel centre and the Fram museum. I'd say we saved easily 70% on the costs I'd bought separately, but we did cram it all in rather. (I'm writing this the morning after our flight back to the uk and everyone else is still asleep!).

The ability to use on the tram and metro was very handy. My only suggestion to improve it would be to have a 'last journey' after tit expires - I.e. a bit that can be validated on the tram to get you back. Ours expired at 13:45 and at 16:00 we had to spend another 90 kroner to get back to the hostel. (But hey, in a country where a pizza costs fourth quid I guess that's peanuts :),

Loved Norway - people fantastic, absolutely beautiful country and Oslo was just amazing.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Thumbs up for The Oslo Pass"

Recommended by cabingirl, 26 Aug 13
Oslo is a beautiful city and very easy for tourists to find their way arround.
The Oslo Pass is great as it gives you the freedom to explore the city, hopping on and off all modes of public transport. Great with kids as you can dip in and out of the museums staying for as long as their attention holds or move onto the next attraction.
I would thoroughly recommend it.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"go to oslo whitout go to oslo thought"

Recommended by D T., 25 Aug 13
bus,tram,metro, museum, 1 ticket and you go everywhere! fantastic! I did not need anything else
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Nyde oslo og omegn"

Recommended by Ute og Gerhard fra Kiel, 24 Aug 13
Dejligt, at man ikke skulle have smaapenge parattil bus og museumsbesög.
At man bare kan hoppe paa baat,bus eller trikk, maar man er traet af de lange ture gennem museer og gadener.
Det bedste var söndag (11.08) för vi skulle rejse til Kiel tilbage, en mini cruise Hop on hop off tur i dejlig solskin paa oslofjord med en god information paa englesk og rabtt paa Oslo Pass.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo pass"

Recommended by Gerard Teunis, 24 Aug 13
The Oslo pass is an excellent product.
What could be better?
I ordered and payed my pass by internet. The only way to get the pass was to go to the Tourist Centre in the centre of Oslo near the Townhall. Arriving from the airport on the central station you have to walk, including your luggage for about 15 minutes.
Better should be, and more tourist frindly, to get your pass on the airport or at the central staion.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Nice to have pack if you have a few days"

Recommended by lacostej, 24 Aug 13
Great value, especially if you have multiple days. Oslo has a nice variety of activities, enjoyable as family or as adults. Kids will enjoy the reptile museum, the teknisk museum, etc.
Tip: prepaying your package allows you to skip queuing to retrieve the tickets. You don't need to start your day when you pick your tickets. E.g. you can do start from 12:00 or whatever time you decide which might be practical if you want to visit museums that are far from the center. Some museums open late (10), so check the opening times.

Overall opinion

4 of 5

"a very modern city which has it all"

Recommended by , 23 Aug 13
Oslo is a very interesting city. You will find important museums and exhibitions, right now it is worthwhile to see Picasso in Oslo as well as the Munch paintings. The walk around and on to the Opera house is something unique in the world. And the Borsparken Hotel in its immediate neighborhood is a perfect place to stay. Of course whereever you dine out you have to be aware of very expensive food and drinks. The Oslo people are very friendly and their English is perfect.

The Oslo pass for Seniors is worth its money. And the trip from Kiel on the Colorline ferry is very enjoyable. So all in all it is a place which should be on your bucket list.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Trip"

Recommended by Maxita87, 14 Aug 13
A very beautiful tour into th best city in Scandinavian. Museums, buildings, people e many other thing you can desire.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Very useful if you are..."

Recommended by Gerard, 13 Aug 13
Very useful if you are planning to use public transport and see a few museums etc. Would be nice if there was a way it could be collected from the airport.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"The oslo pass is fantastisk!"

Recommended by Trolljegeren, 13 Aug 13
Great product, great city :-)
And very lovely people.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"The Oslo Pass is an..."

Recommended by VL, 07 Aug 13
The Oslo Pass is an easy way to access the main attractions in the city. But I was surprised that it did not include the guided tour at the Royal Palace which is one of the most important institution in the city.

I recommend the visit of the Vigeland's Park, the Royal Palace, the Opera, the Akershus Castle, the VikingShip Museum and a walk through the port.

Some museums offer the main information only in norwegian language. For example, the historisk museum. It would be nice to get all that information in english too!
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by , 30 Jul 13
A good deal-especially if you are staying close to city center (highly recommended). Lovely city-can do most everything in 48-72 hours!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Kind Oslo"

Recommended by Carmela Serrao, 30 Jul 13
It made me feel accepted and welcome
Thank you very much
ha det bra
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Hyper pratique!"

Recommended by André VDS, 29 Jul 13
Un pass très pratique pour se déplacer partout et accéder à de nombreux endroits pour un prix très avantageux.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Long weekend with daughter"

Recommended by Ann, 29 Jul 13
We had planned to visit the Munch Exhibition and were delighted that the exhibition was included in the pass.
There were many other interesting places that were on our list and we managed to see them all.
We especially enjoyed the Botanical Gardens, the Folk Museum, the Viking Ships, and Kon Tiki.
We also used all possible types of transport-bus, tram,metro and boat. And all this included in the pass.
Well worth it and it added to the pleasure of our trip.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Value for money"

Recommended by Ian C, 27 Jul 13
The Oslo Pass was excellent value for money - the information in the accompanying booklet about the public transport options to each venue was invaluable, saved us so much time trying to work out how to get from A to B!
Would recommed the Pass to anyone planning to visit Oslo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslopass"

Recommended by Stefan karlsson, 26 Jul 13
Oslopasset funkade alldeles utmärkt.
Bra kommunikationer och fritt inträde till flera museum
Jag kommer att rekommendera detta till
Vänner
Mvh
Stefan Karlsson
Kungsbacka
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Very good service"

Recommended by Alexios, 25 Jul 13
It was very easy to buy the oslo pass from the internet and very easy to find the information point to take it. Very good service and very quick process.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"excellent value for money"

Recommended by Areti, 24 Jul 13
As Norway is the most expensive country in Europe, the Oslo pass gave us the opportunity to use the paplic transports - ferries included- and to visit some of the most interesting and popular attractions. It is most certain that without it we would pay at least the double and perhaps we wouldn' t have visited all the places we wanted. I would strongly recomment it to any Oslo visitor, espesially the 72 hours one.It really saved us a lot of money!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass - A Great Initiative"

Recommended by John, 23 Jul 13
We found the Oslo Pass very useful: we used it on public transport, to gain free admission to museums, to reduce the price of other tickets, and to obtain a discount on meals. Our only disappointment was with maps of Oslo's public transport system -these we're very difficult to interpret.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Excellent value"

Recommended by Andrew, 23 Jul 13
I had a few days in Oslo before heading north and found out about the Oslo pass on the internet. It was very good value and meant you could get around the city very easily on all the public transport and have a look at the many and varied attractions. It also doesn't matter if one place isn't as good as you thought it might be because you haven't paid to get in so you can just go somewhere else. I had an excellent day on the Bygdoy Peninsular and another looking at the Munch exhibitions and the Frogner Park area.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Jambo, 20 Jul 13
Very good value, great way to see things you may not have thought about
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great value"

Recommended by Anja, 19 Jul 13
Oslo Pass gave us a lot of opportunities to save money in Oslo - we visited many museums for free and enjoyed a very informing and entertaining "Oslo panorama tour", as well as the mini cruise by boat.

Overall opinion

5 of 5

"oslo pass"

Recommended by manfred, 14 Jul 13
its great that the Oslo pass includes the free Transport thats why it should be possible to get it at the airpot
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Lettvint"

Recommended by Trygun, 09 Jul 13
Oslo Pass var greit og lettvint å bruke. Ingen problem, verken på museer eller andre attraksjoner. Veldig ok å bruke på de forskjellige transportmidler.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Oslo card"

Recommended by Wendy, 02 Jul 13
Easy and convenient to use it.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"veldig bra"

Recommended by Ina, 01 Jul 13
a feriere i Oslo med Oslo-pass er veldig bra ! Du kann kjöre med bus , trikk eller t-bane so mye du vil og du kommer fort pa alle museene og ma°r ikke vente der. Det var veldig fin ferien!!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"My trip in oslo"

Recommended by Fab, 26 Jun 13
Very useful especially for the public transports
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Useful and money saving!"

Recommended by Flavio Ernesto, 22 Jun 13
If you plan to visit Oslo, Oslo Pass is a must!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"convenient and save a lot"

Recommended by agnes from hk, 18 Jun 13
it is convenient to have oslo pass for local transportation and free admission for most of the museum! it is worth to have one if you are a museum lover!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"slight problem"

Recommended by yviHU, 18 Jun 13
I would like to have a plastic card, not a paper one, which I have to take care all the time, not to be wet, wrinckled, torn etc...
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Super besøk med OSLO PASS"

Recommended by Koekstad, 17 Jun 13
Vi (far, mor, 2 barn)har besøkt Oslo fra en 7. Juni t.o.m. 9 juni. Vi hadde Oslo Pass for 24 timer og fikk besøkt Holmenkollen, Kon Tiki, Fram og Vigelandparken. Vi tok en fin tur tilLangøyene. Været kunne ikke vært bedre. Det var veldig enkelt å komme seg frem med trikk og T-bane.

Vi kan anbefale Passet til alle de som vil oppleve mest mulig på kort tid!

Fam. Heesen
Deventer - NL
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Get the pass! "

Recommended by AB, 11 Jun 13
The pass includes a variety of attractions. We were only in Oslo for 2.5 days but we managed to see a lot in that time. We ordered the pass online ahead of our trip so when we got to Oslo it didn't feel like we were spending alot
We would not have seen as much as we did if we had to pay at the individual attractions. I would highly recommend getting the pass.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Worth of money"

Recommended by A pleasant tourist, 10 Jun 13
I bought a 3 days Oslo Pass (72 hours). It costed 495 NOK, but was worth to buy. I visited many museums for example Holmenkollen, Vikingskipshuset, Munch-museet and Folkemuseet. Besides I used bus, trikk and underground. When counted, I noticed, that I saved more than 300 NOK during my days in beautiful and friendly Oslo!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Make national exhibitions free of charge"

Recommended by Manny Calavera, 03 Jun 13
It nice that you dont have to have your pocketbook up every time you visit a new attraction, but all i all i think most a the exhibitions are to small for the price they charge. Most national exhibitions in Copenhagen are free. Try that instead Oslo.
Overall opinion

3 of 5

"Comfortable and good price"

Recommended by Marta , 30 May 13
Oslo pass has given us - me and my daughter, a comfortable and unexpensive way of travelling through Oslo, free entrance to numerous museums, mini cruise - so another way of transport to try, and even the discount in the restaurants. It has also encouraged us to visit Tusenfryd Amusement Park and it was a great joy and fun for my child!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Underbart!"

Recommended by , 19 May 13
En fantastiskt vänlig stad.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Easy to use!"

Recommended by Trio of travelers, 18 May 13
We were tourists for more than three days, bought the 72 hour pass and easily would have paid much more without it. It is particularly worth the mini cruise and local transportation. Having the option of returning the next day, we felt no pressure to rush through museums.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"stay in oslo"

Recommended by hubert, 15 May 13
the oslo pass is perfect.
one wish: to be informed about the museums or others places of interest closed (eg : Munch museum, no performance at the opera house
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Oslo pass"

Recommended by kiwi, 14 May 13
Pass great for seeing lots of things in one day, such as boat museums and folk museum and using transport. Best to buy pass at train station when arrive. We booked and paid ahead of time, but meant we then had to go to the info centre which is not at the train station, and took extra time we could have used sightseeing.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Oslo pass "

Recommended by , 13 May 13
While the Oslo pass itself is a great deal, the location of purchase or validating the pass (if you've bought online, as we did) is a little tricky. We came from the rygge airport by bus to the bus terminal, really thinking that the information booth would be located at the bus/train terminal. It's not. The info centre is located near city hall, quite a ways from the bus terminal, which is not convenient with baggage and children. Luckily, it wasn't raining or snowing so off we went. Other than the location of the info centre from which to validate the online version of the Oslo pass, everything was super!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Absolutely worth it"

Recommended by Annick, 01 May 13
Due to the high prices in Norway compared to the rest of Europe, it becomes totally indispensable to buy the Oslo Pass. Reps at the Information Office are really kind and give you all the tips you needs to make your trip easier.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Carlos Cardoso, 30 Apr 13
Oslo is a great city, and the Oslo Pass is incredible. The only problem was with The Football Museum, because was closed.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"very well done but it..."

Recommended by erika, 29 Apr 13
very well done but it should easier to found it directly at the train station.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"72 hour pass"

Recommended by Robin S, 16 Apr 13
If you intend to see the sites & visit museums & galleries while in Oslo the pass is an excellent deal. Makes travelling from venue to venue effortless. Highly recommended.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"useful pass only if you know when to use it"

Recommended by rpb13, 10 Apr 13
I collected my pass at the tourist information centre which is not far from the national theatre and the city hall. 24 hour pass I bought will be useful if I plan to go to museums all day from the morning til the afternoon. most museums are not open on Monday and most of them open until 5pm.

I did only get to visit holmenkollen ski jump tower & museum. So my oslo pass wasn't worth it. But like I mentioned earlier, if you are planning for museums all day, oslo pass is good for you. The way it works, you just need to write down the date and the time you would like to start the oslo pass from (a total honesty system here!). whenever there is an inspection, you just need to show this small piece of paper called oslo pass, either at the museum or on the public transport.

My only cons, this pass is so small that you might lose it easily and people can be so cheeky to reuse it multiple times by changing the validation date.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Oslo pass"

Recommended by Lana, 08 Apr 13
I highly recommend that you buy Oslo pass. Its profitable, with free transport throughout the city, you get free passes in every worth seeing sight of the city and mini cruise with the boat.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Bargain"

Recommended by Dr Gary, 17 Mar 13
Excellent value, the service at the information centre in Oslo was extremely helpful and friendly.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Natalja, 14 Mar 13
Very good product! Easy, comfortably and gainfully to use the Oslo Pass.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Very useful and cost-effective way..."

Recommended by Kuba, 13 Mar 13
Very useful and cost-effective way to explore Oslo. I recommend!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Reis rundt og opplev Oslo på billigste måte!"

Recommended by Sørlandsfamilie, 23 Feb 13
Oslopasset er et svært rimelig alternativ der du sjøl velger hvor mange døgn du ønsker å oppleve byen. Du tar deg overalt med T-bane, trikk og buss. Du har gratis inngang til nesten alt av museer, vi dro med ungene og besøkte Holmenkollen, Munch museet, Norsk Teknisk Museum og fikk billigere inngang på omvisning på NRK. Utrolig enkelt å ta seg rundt, spiste billigere på bla Peppes Pizza. Innebærer også gratis parkering på en rekke steder hvis man kommer i egen bil. Anbefales på det sterkeste vil du oppleve byen til en svært billig penge!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Time can be filled"

Recommended by HK Backpackers, 20 Feb 13
Just a kind reminder that the card is on hourly basis instead of daily basis.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"My review"

Recommended by Helio Sales , 12 Feb 13
It helped a lot. Oslo is a easy to learn city, but the App made the diference. The only missing feature is a Public transportation like ruterreise and app buit in map navigation
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Very good week end !"

Recommended by bruno, 06 Feb 13
Oslo is a very good destination. Not so far from Paris. There's a lot things to see end the restaurant (and bar) are good ;-). It's just expensive ;-(
We will comme back in summer ... we would like to go to the island with boat, and make a trip in the forest.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Good product, but..."

Recommended by Beata, 29 Jan 13
Oslo Pass is a very good idea, but we have some objections.

1. Mini Cruise (175 NOK) is included in 72-hours Oslo Pass. Unfortunatelly the fjord was frozen and all cruises were cancelled (we were in Oslo 23-25 of January). I think, if such a situation happened, you should propose us something else instead of Mini Cruise for ex. free visit in ice bar or Oslo souvenir. Additionally, there weren't any informations neither on www.visitoslo nor in the bookleaf that cruises might be cancelled. If we knew about that we probably bought only 24 hours Oslo Pass.

2. We couldn't visit Football Museum on 25th of January (included in Oslo Pass), because the tour quide was ill and there was nobody to show us museum (visiting on ourselves was prohibited). It shoul be replacement in this case
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Art in Oslo"

Recommended by MKOS, 16 Jan 13
We went to ten museums and rode the buses everywhere, it was so easy with the pass, loved the convenience of it.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Good value if you can use it"

Recommended by Saint Bob, 15 Jan 13
We went to the City Hall, Nobel Centre, Akerhus Castle, Viking Museum, Kon Tiki, Fram and Maritime Museum, and did about 8 trips on the tram, so got our money's worth. Slightly disappointing that the discount at TGI Fridays that was advertised when we paid for the Oslo Pass in December had been removed in January.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Good product !"

Recommended by Laura, 06 Jan 13
Oslo Pass is very efficient ! Take the T-bane as much as you want, visit lots of museums free with this pass ! It's easy to use and affordable.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Christmas Time and New Years Eve"

Recommended by es, 03 Jan 13
Hi everybody, Oslo at the time mentioned above is not a good time for a visit. The restaurants, cafe or shops are sparely open. Also the museums. There are no events for tourists in the city where you can go. Only at midnight there is the official firework infront of the city hall and you have a little crouwd of people who celebrate but there was no counting or something like that. :-(
So what can I say maybe it was not the best season for travelling in this town. I didn't have a relaxing new years eve like 2012 - 13 for many years. THANKs OSLO - I had no headache or a stomache problem because of to much celebrating.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Best appart hotel."

Recommended by annie, 03 Jan 13
Well located, 3 underground stations far from the city center . Clean, good furniture, we met nice people sharing with 2 couples a 3 rooms appartement. The employes are really helpfull.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by , 24 Dec 12
We are a family of 5 who visited Oslo for a weekend before Christmas. We booked the Oslo Pass online and collected it from the info centre at Oslo S Station. Very easy and straightforward. We used it for several museums, the metro, the hop on hop off boat, the trams and the train and a couple of restaurants. Don't be caught out by the Express train to/from the airport. This isn't covered but it was our fault for not realising.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Winter warmer"

Recommended by little viking, 12 Dec 12
Made it so easy to move around the city and to visit the many attractions. We visited in winter, so it was good to be able to go into places for a shorter period of time to warm ourselves up in between taking in the outdoor sights in the snow, without having to worry about admission charges or transport tickets.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"TOO EXPENSIVE IF YOU DON'T..."

Recommended by , 05 Dec 12
TOO EXPENSIVE IF YOU DON'T HAVE THE TIME TO VISIT DIFFERENT MUSEUMS
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Oslo Pass opens doors in Norwegian Capital"

Recommended by Baloo, 20 Nov 12
Unlimited public transport, free entry in numerous places and museums, significant rebates in popular restaurants ... You name it and it is included in Oslo Pass. It adds significantly to the overall relaxed sensation of the Norway Capital. These passes never are cheap, but this one provides real value for money. Highly recommended!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Magnifique"

Recommended by Leo, 06 Nov 12
Very good produit
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Hallowe'en break in Oslo"

Recommended by Duds, 03 Nov 12
Oslo was a wonderful city to visit. there was such a variety of places to visit & sights to see. I loved the parks & got to see "The Scream" by Munch. My two favourite museums were, the Technology museum, really well laid out & very interactive and the Viking Ship Museum - just beautiful & awesome. Whilst it is an expensive city, by mixing free venues such as the Palace & parks plus using the Oslo pass wisely, you can see so much & have money to spend on good food. Everyone was helpful & friendly.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Your free pass to almost all visiting sites in Oslo"

Recommended by Lisa and Hary, 25 Oct 12
Oslo is a beautiful city worth visiting at least once in a life time. It is a big city full of life and the culture is vibrant. The Oslo pass gives you the opportunity to travel anywhere in the city for free and to visit the most interesting sites like museums and galleries.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Enkelt og greit å bruke."

Recommended by , 23 Oct 12
Enkelt og greit å bruke.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo pass is very good!"

Recommended by Julu, 14 Oct 12
Oslo Pass is really useful, you don't have to buy ticket for bus, metro or tram! When you come in a museum usually you don't have to pay. For student it is really interested to save money due to some reductions in restaurants and activities :) I recommend you to buy it when you come in Oslo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Alt i ett kort"

Recommended by Inge, 13 Oct 12
Dette var genialt. Ikke noe tid kastet bort til billettkøer eller kranglete bilettautomater.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"I want to visit Oslo again"

Recommended by Yukie Yamada, 27 Sep 12
Oslo pass was very useful and we could enjoy Oslo very much.
Other city in Europe(for exanple,Vienna)'s city pass was not so useful like Oslo pass.

Oslo tourists information center's people were also very kind and helpful.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass - Worth it's weight in gold!"

Recommended by Dsnygrl8, 26 Sep 12
Oslo is an expensive city and costs really add up fast. But with the Oslo card, you'll have plenty to do with free acess to most of the museums. You also get free transportation. We were so happy that we had the passs! Since so many things were included, we were even able to see more things than originally planned.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Too much to choose from"

Recommended by Bob the Lad, 25 Sep 12
Not a complaint, I should have stayed long enough or get up ealrier to get more free visits!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"oslo pass"

Recommended by kristina, 25 Sep 12
If you stay for 2-3 days it's enough to buy Oslo pass for 24h., day ticket for transport 75 NOK, there are lots of places you could go by foot.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass is great!"

Recommended by Carole from Maryland, USA, 24 Sep 12
We recently purchased three day Oslo Passes for our visit to Oslo. We used them for quite a few museums (even just to pop into some that we ordinarily might pass up), transportation on various systems such as trams, busses and ferries. I feel we got a lot of use out of the passes, but almost as nice was the convenience of having paid for it all up front and not having to change a lot of money into Norwegian kroner to cover every admission fee or transportation cost. I recommend that you get these passes - you will likely find yourself getting more out of Oslo if you have one.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Alesund, 20 Sep 12
The Oslo Pass is very good for driving with bus, subway or tram or in museum.
But when you want to use it in a restaurant then it is more difficult to use it especially for a single because you have take large portions to get a discount. There are always conditions to be fullfilled. That is a little bit pity.
When I will come next time to Oslo I will buy the Oslo Pass again.
Good luck and have a good time in Oslo.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

" Oslo pas : il vaut bien plus que son argent."

Recommended by , 18 Sep 12
Nous avons acheté un Oslo pas de 24 heures pour 270 NOK par personne et nous avons bien récupéré cette somme. Entre les transports en commun (très chers à Oslo) et la visite de 4 musées, cela en valait vraiment la peine !
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Enjoying Oslo without troubles"

Recommended by Sarka, 18 Sep 12
I have ordered the Oslo Pass from home before the travel and it definitely saved time and money to me. All museum entrance fees and internal Oslo transport were for free which also protected me from some confusion during looking for how to pay for it. The only disadvantage is the exclusion of the train transport from the airport to the city.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"A MUST HAVE"

Recommended by Isa, Hamburg, 16 Sep 12
You get in important museums for free
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"oSlo pasS"

Recommended by josef, 16 Sep 12
In una città carissima come oSlo con il pass si riesce a risparmiare sugli ingressi ai musei e sui mezzi pubblici, anche se in alcuni giorni, di solito la domenica, l'ingresso è gratis.
Se pensate di usare molto metro, tram, bus, traghetti e di visitare tutti i musei allora l'oslo pass è indispensabile.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Robin, 07 Sep 12
Oslo Pass easily pays for itself after visiting a few attractions. Each attraction is very costly and you might not go in if you didn't have the Oslo Pass.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass is a must "

Recommended by Tamila , 07 Sep 12
really worth buying Oslo Pass. except for museums, very helpful if you need to take public transport
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"a suggestion"

Recommended by , 03 Sep 12
with other city passes, we were able to receive the passes and booklets by mail before leaving home. (in our case, canada). This helped us do some plannning ahead of time - marking pages, highlighting information, plotting routes. with the Oslo pass, it seemed there was no option but to pick the passes and booklet up when we arrived in oslo. however, we were glad we purchased them.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Let"

Recommended by Erik, 29 Aug 12
Man skal ikke tænke på billetter i den kollektive trafik. Man sparer også mange penge.
Et lille minus; hvis man køber kortet på nettet hjemmefra, skal man omkring et turistkontor i Oslo, for at få det udleveret. Så kan man jo lige så godt bare købe det på turistkontoret.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Very useful "

Recommended by Francesca, 27 Aug 12
Gives you full access to all transports and several museums+attractions, at a very little price!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Easy Oslo"

Recommended by Fernando, 26 Aug 12
We couldn't ask anything better than the Oslo pass! It gives you access to all kinds of transports and free entry to many museums and attractions.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Mormor , 14 Aug 12
To små kort i baklomma gav oss tilgang til hele byen og alt vi ville se og gjøre. Enklere blir det ikke.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Good services on Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Hans, 13 Aug 12
I have bought the 2-day Oslo Pass and used it thoroughly. I think, I have saved good money on it-incl. transports, museums entrances and so on...
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Strongly Recommend"

Recommended by , 07 Aug 12
Great option, saves time and money. I had the pass for 48 hours, saw plenty of museums and easy access via the public transport system.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Useful but with limitations "

Recommended by KJ, 06 Aug 12
We were able to make it to man of the museums and other sites covered by the Oslo Pass, so we feel we got our money's worth. It would be nice if there was a pass that included transportation to/from the airport, even if it costed a little more. Also, the pass can only be picked up in the city, not at the airport, and the information office can be tricky to find. Merge thorough directions would be helpful. Compared to what we would have spent, the pass paid for itself, and we even popped into a few attractions we probably wouldn't have visited if we hadn't gotten the discount/free admission.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"The Oslo pass was great..."

Recommended by , 06 Aug 12
The Oslo pass was great to have: it is easy to use and worth having. You make economies in a city that is quite expensive. Worth buying!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Good to buy"

Recommended by , 04 Aug 12
It is really recommended to buy the Oslo pass because you have many things to get free.
With this pass you can use the public traffic and have also many free entries to museums and other things.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Oslo pass, with son 11 years"

Recommended by finn five, 04 Aug 12
Not having to line up for tickets and not caring about ticket prices is an excellent experience.
Plus we were very glad to have the little booklet showing all the museums and places to go.
We enjoyed Oslo a lot.

Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Very good idea"

Recommended by Yanek, 02 Aug 12
Great idea to have Oslo pass, very useful and save us time and money.. It was absolutely worth the money.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Gold"

Recommended by Oslo Jenta, 01 Aug 12
This is a truly fabolous way of getting around Oslo for 'next to nothing' using the various mode of transport and of course seeing the sights for 'free' almost! Keep it going.............
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Unbeschwert in Oslo"

Recommended by summerdream, 29 Jul 12
Mit dem Oslo Pass liegt einem die Stadt zu Füssen: man geniesst spontan und unbeschwert all die Attraktionen/Museen/Sehenswürdigkeiten, sei es zu Fuss, per U-Bahn, Tram oder per Bus - oder sogar per Schiff. Eigentlich gibt es kein besseres Angebot, die Stadt wirklich zu erkunden.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Supert"

Recommended by Frentaus, 27 Jul 12
Hadde en super opplevelse med Oslo kortet. Veldig bra for alle som skal feriere i Oslo. Anbefaler dette sterkt til alle :)
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"expensive but worth it"

Recommended by Irishguy353, 20 Jul 12
with the high cost of everything in oslo i would strongly suggest the Oslo Card especially the 72 hour one
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Very convenient"

Recommended by The Utrecht Friends, 18 Jul 12

We were very pleasantly surprised by the benefits of Oslo pass. Oslo in an expensive city and musea are not cheap as well. But with our NKR 495,- pass for 72 hours we calculated (after all we are Dutch) to have 'spent' around NKR 1.000,- including public transportation. It 'seduces' you as well to visit musea that are less eye catching like the reptile house.

Great service from a very much relaxed city.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass pays for itself!"

Recommended by Martha, 17 Jul 12
The Oslo Pass takes all the hassle out of sightseeing. Don't worry about having the right amount of money--just show your pass. Easy!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Mye variert å oppleve inkl transport i Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Norsk turist i Oslo, 15 Jul 12
Når sommerværet svikter, er noen dager på Oslo Pass å anbefale. Museer, og ikke minst enkeltreiser med buss, og T-bane, koster mye. Men med Oslo Pass sparte jeg ganske mye på oppholdet. Det gjorde også sitt til at vi besøkte flere severdigheter enn vi ellers hadde sett oss råd til. Stortinget, Rådhuset , Æreslunden på Vår Frelsers Gravlund og Botanisk Hage er gratis uansett, men transporten til Tøyen i kombinasjon med Munch-museet der, gav uttelling også økonomisk.

Fine omvisninger samtlige steder. Var på 10 severdigheter på 4 dager.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslopass - preiswert und gut! Aber Vorsicht - hält nicht alles, was er verspricht!!"

Recommended by fosnavag, 12 Jul 12
Wir haben den Oslopass an der Turisteninformation am Rathaus sehr schnell erhalten und ihn insgesamt auch problemlos nutzen können - mit einer Ausnahme: wir sind von der Turisteninformation offenbar wegen der Überfüllung des Raums nur kurz darauf hingewiesen worden, dass damit auch Parkplätze kostenlos genutzt werden können. Leider haben wir nach Rückkehr vom Fram- und Kontikimuseum - trotzt sichtbarer Auslage des Parkausweises auf der Ablage an der Frontscheibe einen Strafzettel über 760 NOK (z.Zt. 101,50 €!) vorgefunden. Soweit wir übersetzen konnten, war das Parken dort nicht erlaubt. Wir gehen aber davon aus, dass ein Parkplatz vor einem staatlichen Museum auch staatlich ist und damit erlaubt sein sollte. Auch die Höhe der Strafe ist für Touristen mehr als nur erstaunlich und dürfte trotz der Kampagne "Visit Oslo" eher abschrecken! Ferner wäre es angesichts der hohen Zahl deutscher Besucher erfreulich, wenn sich auf dem Pass in Zukunft eine deutsche Übersetzung befände, da nicht alle Touristen über englische Sprachkenntnisse verfügen (z.B. eine Vielzahl Reisender aus Mitteldeutschland, die statt Englisch Russisch lernen mussten).
Insgesamt aber ist der Oslopass eine deutliche und preiswerte Hilfe.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Dyrt, men godt kjent"

Recommended by Trond, 04 Jul 12
Vanskelig aa finne VisitOslo ved Raadhuset. Fant ikke adressen paa weben i hele tatt. Parkeringsmulighetene meget begrenset, da jeg ikke kunne bruke Oslopass verken ved vikingskipene eller Nobel Peace center.
Passet var meget godt kjent og ble tatt godtvi mot paa museer, gallerier etc
Overall opinion

3 of 5

"It was a very good..."

Recommended by Pekka, Espoo, 01 Jul 12
It was a very good experiece with the OSlO pass to see the museums except the car parking. It should have been also properly marked for those streets in the city area where one can park for longer hours. As I had to pay additionla 40€ to park my car in the Garage as I wanted to use the public transpot to see th different museums. And later I had to drive around to find the parking but max time was just two hours everywhere.

So far so good as a visitor and new to the city the parking information also should have been communicated properly.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Almost gilding the lily"

Recommended by Glinda, 01 Jul 12
The Oslo Pass is another example of Norwegian efficiency and makes sightseeing easy. But the city itself is designed for walking---everyone walks everywhere---and if you plan your excursions, the trams and busses are only necessary at the beginning and end of the day, and sometimes not even then. And also: the city is lovely enough, and clean and safe enough, that walking is a wonderful way to see it. The museums are wonderful, and an intensive learning experience that will limit how many you can absorb in one day. So buy the pass to get to the far flung parts, or to use if the weather is not as lovely as it was for us, the first week after summer solstice, and enjoy the free admissions and discounts and free rides. We got the three-day pass, which is about all I could handle with the intensive sight-seeing. Then I needed a day off for a slower pace.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"My vist to Oslo using the Oslo pass"

Recommended by Waddina, 28 Jun 12
I consider my trip to Oslo was excellent. Do buy a Oslo 24/48 hrs etc pass. Free travel and access to all the museums. As Oslo is expensive the pass is well worth it you do get your moneys worth. As you can pay via the internet up front!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Tjäna in kostnaden fort!"

Recommended by Björn ,Tygelsjö, 26 Jun 12
Vi tj¨nade in kostnaden för ett 72 timmars pass mycket snabbt , med museer m.m entre o.d.!
Verkligen att rekommendera!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by D Y, 19 Jun 12
Very helpful product specially in an expensive country like Norway
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"The key for Oslo "

Recommended by , 13 Jun 12
Oslo pass is really a must.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Everything in Oslo Pass is..."

Recommended by Belen, 05 Jun 12
Everything in Oslo Pass is perfect. No difficulties encountered.
Its is just great to be in Oslo, and the pass is really very convenient.
I will surely advice it to anyone who is planning a city trip to Oslo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Excellent, able to work without..."

Recommended by LKP, 04 Jun 12
Excellent, able to work without network connection; it has helped me a lot.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Practicle"

Recommended by Joaquim, Paredes, 30 May 12
It is very praticle to move around the city, a lot of free entrance to museum and good discount.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"convenient, may be a bit..."

Recommended by , 27 May 12
convenient, may be a bit expensive. I appreciated the free parking for my car.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Very convenient"

Recommended by Ebibie, 21 May 12
I bought two Oslo pass for my husband and I for our stay of 4 days. It is very convenient and so useful. Thanks to the Oslo pass, you can have discount for boatsightseeing and in restaurants. You can take the boat for museums for free and visit all museums for free. We loved it.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Very convinient way to explore..."

Recommended by Vadim A., 16 May 12
Very convinient way to explore the city
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"good guide for a fair price"

Recommended by Kurt Fluger, 15 May 12
With the booklet of the Oslo Pass I found all the places of interest easely. Price for the 72h Pass was also ok for all the included things. Also used the price reductions for the Restaurants. The only thing I have to complain about is the bus map of Oslo: IT'S TO SMALL (almost unimpossible to read)! As a solution: It should be printed over 2 pages like the city maps to have it a bit bigger!!
Online booking was totaly easy and also the paying. No prob at all to pick up my Oslo Pass at one of the Tourist Informations!!
Thank you! Enjoyed my stay in Oslo!
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Worthwhile Product"

Recommended by , 15 May 12
Thanks to the Oslo Pass we were able to visit more sites than we would have been able to without the pass. Plus, we found the free parking invaluable since we drove to Oslo and found it more convenient. In other countries we used the transit system but didn't need to this time. I'm sure in Oslo this feature would also have been very convenient. Will definitely use the Oslo Pass again when we return!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass makes you most flexible"

Recommended by Hans-Peter / AUSTRIA, 14 May 12
You can choose every kind of public transport to discover the city and nearly every important sight of Oslo is included. You save time and also money for buying several tickets.
For me as visitor - Oslo Pass was the perfect way to explore the city. By the way - Oslo is a fantastic city!!!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"you can not go without"

Recommended by Salvo, 12 May 12
Oslo is a very beautiful city, but is very expensive! You have to buy the Oslo city pass if you want see the city on the cheap.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"The Excellent Visit to Oslo"

Recommended by Alexey Egorov, 11 May 12
Many thanks for saving time and money with the convenience of presenting information in the booklet.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"reste enbart med kollektivtrafik, inga..."

Recommended by , 10 May 12
reste enbart med kollektivtrafik, inga kultrurella besök.
Overall opinion

3 of 5

"OsloPass - 72hour visitor card"

Recommended by Ewa Zimniak, 08 May 12
We had a 3-day sightseeing tour with pleasure to not to concern
about the tickets for admissions and public transport. It's really value
for money and I recommend it to buy it to everyone who's interested
in visiting museums and nice boat cruise!
One small obstacle is that in the city there are no markings
saying where to go to pick up the cards.
Overall opinion: merit
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Money Saving"

Recommended by Peter, Singapore, 29 Apr 12
The pass was definitely a good way to have saved us money for the entire Oslo stay. If you are a big fan of museums, this pass would be the best deal for you. Even if you are not entirely a museum person, there are definitely other deals available to make the best out of the pass. Just transportation alone over our honeymoon equivalates to the pass alone. Good value.

Only down point would be to know in proper the attractions that you are visiting to ensure the value of the pass.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"oslo pass"

Recommended by Margareta, 14 Apr 12
A fantastic means to get around easy in Oslo and see everything you want without bothering about small money for public transportation, just hop on, hop of, and show your card at the intrance of the museum.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great deal"

Recommended by yvonnemok123, 03 Apr 12
Great deal if you plan to visit Olso. Free public transport included, so easy to travel around in Oslo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great Value"

Recommended by Matt, 02 Apr 12
I discovered just how expensive Oslo can be. Thankfully the Oslo Pass mitigated much of the costs so that I could travel easily and visit the wonderful museums of the city. Highly recommended for any visitor to Oslo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Överraskning"

Recommended by Wille o Ingo, 28 Mar 12
Mitt äldsta barnbarn fick i 13-års födelsedagspresent av mig en resa till en stad vars namn bestod av 4 bokstäver varav 2 var samma. Jag visste att han aldrig hade varit i Norge ...
Jag hade planerat i förväg vad vi skulle titta på och hade bokat Oslopass hemifrån ... väl framme i Oslo letar jag upp "Trafikanten" där passet skulle lösas ut ... tjejen där bekräftar att min planering var ok. men tippsar oss om att besöka Operan och taket nu fredagkväll ... det var en fin start på besöket, se Oslo uppifrån en fantastisk fin vårkväll.
Den enda upplevelsen som 13-åringen hade väntat sig mer av var skidsimulatorn i Holmenkollen, det hade han prövat bättre på andra platser ( den ingick ej i Oslopasset )
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Easy and efficient option for weekend travellers"

Recommended by Tanmay, 21 Mar 12
The Oslo pass is an easy and efficient way of travelling for folks who have less time and who can plan on the fly.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Miserl"

Recommended by Miser, 18 Mar 12
Convenient and some money saving. Helpful not to worry constantly about cash
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Enkelt og lettvindt bruk til å se og reise."

Recommended by Maria Aareskjlod, 26 Feb 12

Kjempeflott og enkel i bruk til museer, serverdigheter og fremkomst.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Best three days in Oslo thanks to Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Melissa, 26 Feb 12
The Oslo pass was wonderful and made our trip easier. We had four children with us so having the convience of the pass to enter museums without hassle and transportation with ease was awesome! I would recommend this to anyone staying 24 hours or longer.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Best deal"

Recommended by Miguel, 23 Feb 12
I purchase a 72 H Oslo Pass and it was the best deal.
I visited all the museums i wanted, use the public transportation, the mini-cruise.
If you go to Oslo you must purchase it.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great way to save some krone"

Recommended by AdamM, 18 Feb 12
Oslo is a beautiful city to explore but certainly not one of Europe's cheapest destinations when it comes to eating and drinking out. By investing in a two-day Oslo pass, I managed to pack in a wide variety of attractions and museums - including Munch to Viking ships to the train to Vinterpark and a discount on hiring a snowboard - all for a super-reasonable price, which gave me a bit of cash to play with for food and socialising. Worth every krone.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Everything Fine"

Recommended by Detlef, 17 Feb 12
Hotel in city centre with all what you need. It was a pleasure To stay there - everything was fine.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"En positiv overraskelse"

Recommended by Stavanger-mamma, 31 Jan 12
Oslo-passet var en stor positiv overraskelse for meg. Trodde ikke at jeg skulle få så mye for pengene og at det var så praktisk. Kunne bruke alle mulige offentlige transportmidler, f.eks. også båten over til Bygdøy. For min lille datter var selvsagt trikken en stor opplevelse så det var trikk både hit og dit. Var også overrasket over hvor mange museer og andre ting som var inkludert, virkelig mye. Neste gang reiser vi hele familien og skal vi i alle fall ha Oslo-passet (må få med oss Bygdøy-museene og Holmenkollen (hopp-simulatoren må selvsagt prøves)).
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo visit. "

Recommended by Allan, 27 Jan 12
The card is very good value being able to use it on a wide range of public transport. The staff at the
Information office are most helpful.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Very interesting for bus, tram or metro"

Recommended by Clotilde, 11 Jan 12
The Oslo Pass is very interesting to move in the city
But pay attention ! The timetable of the musuem! It's a pity! Don't think that you can visit more than one museum in the afternoon! You take one hour for one and after, to go to another one, you take again the bus, and you arrive in the front of the museum and there, it's closed.
But there are also a lot of things to do after 4 o clock but in the winter, the sun is gone at 4!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Very good option to visit Oslo and save"

Recommended by Fabio Sartori, 08 Jan 12
The Oslo Pass is an excellent option to all tourists. All important atractions in the city are listed and give discounts or full exemption. the guide is very good and leads you to the most interesting places and venues.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Dreaming Oslo"

Recommended by , 07 Jan 12
After my seconbd visit to Oslo I have to admit, that the city is clean and have a lot of sights, Museums,Churches and other important and attraction sights. Our first stay in Oslo in June 2009 was
very succesful to us. We have seen with your Oslo Card quite a lot. (including Tours)
We have this time regretted that our visit to Holmenkollen due to bad weather conditions on Jna. 03,2012
Your Tourist Office at the Centralstation is always staffed with a good staff.
Kindest regards and all the best!
Happy New Year!
Klaus Laaks
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"God Yul"

Recommended by mladen, 25 Dec 11
It was very convenient for transport and especially if you wanted to visit several museums. A great product.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Get everywhere"

Recommended by Ralph80, 14 Dec 11
We could reach every station and hot spot in Oslo, which made the trip very easy and comfortable for us. The only train which is not included is the Airpor Express.
We could see all the museeums we spotted out.
Next time we'll get the OsloPass again.
Very good value in our opinion!
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"easy to go"

Recommended by boy-noi, 06 Dec 11
easy for tansportation, but i think will can used train to city.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Dette er en effektiv måte..."

Recommended by , 18 Nov 11
Dette er en effektiv måte å frakte en stor gruppe personer rundt i Oslo på.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"En god investering når der skal ses noget i Oslo"

Recommended by Fam.hansen fra Lemvig.Danmark., 06 Nov 11
Det er en god investering at købe Oslo pass,når man skal opleve Oslo. Der er mange forskellige ting at opleve,med et oslo pass. Og mange penge at spare,for hvis man skal betale hver gang, man skal se noget,var der nok noget man sprang over og se.Det eneste vi kunne tænke os,var at man kunne komme ud at sejle med (mini cruise båtservice sightseeing) selv om det kun var et 24 timers pass,for det opdagede vi først da vi var kommer til båden,at vi skal have 72 timers pass,det var ikke særlig tydelig beskrevet.
Vi nåede at se meget på 24 timer,f.eks.vikingskipshuset,vigeland park museum,Oslo rådhus,Oslo reptilpark,Oslo museum,norsk folkemuseum,nobels fredssenter,holmenkollen museum og skihoppet, og vi spiste på t.g.i friday`s restaurants.

Vi var os 2 fra danmark og vores datter på 20 år,som arbejder på Holmenkollen park hotel rica.det var der vi boede under opholdet.et meget fint hotel som kan anbefales.vi havde 3 meget gode dage i Oslo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo pass"

Recommended by Tellu Tammerfors, 26 Oct 11
It is so simple to travel from a place to an other without thinking have you money enough.
You can get any transportation way buss, metro , tram without thinking have a right ticket .
Allmost every museum is free to visit unless I did not know that there was many museum free
during the winter time. It was still a good investigation. If I go to Oslo once again I shall buy
Oslo pass in spite of all. Summer time is the best to use.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Toppenweekend"

Recommended by Åke J, 25 Oct 11
Vi hann med fem museer, åkte tunnelbana och buss, promenerade på Akers Brygge, besökte Akershus Slott och promenerade på taket till Operan. Besökte Holmenkollenbacken och skidmuseet, lördagskvällen utsökt middag på en restaurant på Övre Slottsgate. Vi kommer snart tillbaka för ett nytt besök.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"usefull"

Recommended by hordet, 25 Oct 11
I'm really glad I got the Oslo Pass ... with the Oslo's prices it has been very helpful, and I did save a lot, on transport, food and museums ... recommended
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"skyss"

Recommended by Marion, 23 Oct 11
det viktigste med å ha en slik pass er å kunne reise med trikk og buss uten å bekymre deg hvordan du må få tak i billetter.
Det er litt sparsomt med tilbud for restaurantvalg og butikker synes jeg. Men tilbud til musea er kjempebra.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"No worries!"

Recommended by Albèr, Els & Fabianne, 18 Oct 11
I can recommend the Oslo Pass to everyone who visits Oslo. Getting around Olso and visiting musea using the pass is a joy. Considering the overall price level in the city you would be, as we say in the Netherlands, "a thief of your own wallet" if you don't buy one!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Worth it if you use it"

Recommended by wendyb, 13 Oct 11
The Oslo pass is great if you have decided what you want to see beforehand and checked that these places offer a discount or are free with the Oslo Pass. We visited the Munch Museum (VERY tight security but interesting despite the fact that much of the collection was on loan to an exhibition in the Pompidou Centre in Paris, where we were thrilled to discover it by chance; excellent film about Munch and his life), the Ibsen Museum (fantastic) Viking Ship Museum (inspirational) and the Folk Museum (wonderful to wander through), and also used the ferry from Bygdoy back to the city as well as buses and trams aorund the city. We definitely felt we had our money's worth. Just do your research first!
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Massive savings"

Recommended by Miguel, 12 Oct 11
We took the 72h Oslo Pass and only on the first day we managed to cover the costs. Definitively a must-have to make an expensive city like Oslo more affordable
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"oslo Pass"

Recommended by EL, 06 Oct 11
Well worth it if you plan to visit musems, and use the local transport, also useful for discounts when eating out.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"My Experience in Oslo"

Recommended by Adrian Lee, 03 Oct 11
Well, it was my first experience in Oslo and booked an Oslo Pass (24-hr) on-line. The website was very convenient and had many recommendations to do in Oslo but it was slightly cluttered with too much information, I had to navigate a few time before getting to the information I wanted.

The pick up of the Oslo Pass was easy and the staff (Ms Clarise) at the information centre was very helpful and she assisted us with directions and recommendations to what to do i.e. food, how to get around.

Armed with the Oslo Pass, I took a ferry ride to see the Viking Museum and the Heritage Museum. Both were wonderful experience, however, at the Viking Museum, the sales assistance was not so courteous, there were tourists that were turned off by her attitude when we approached her to pay, especially when she said she didn't accept coins or Euro as payment. That was quite inconvenient to some tourists.

Thereafter, the next day (within the 24-hr), I went to the National Gallery and the Munch Museum, which had Piscassos' works and a Van Gough's self portrait which as a surprise to me. In addition, the Munch collection was great that included his famous Scream and Madonna in the gallery.

Moving around Oslo using the Pass was also easy and convenient whether it was by ferry, tram or train.

Overall, the trip to Oslo was fantastic and excellent. I was pleasantly amazed by a one-stop card such as Oslo Pass to be able to do so many things in the 24-hr window.

Thank you for the wonderful experience...
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo with the Oslo Card"

Recommended by P & C, 30 Sep 11
Great value in a city where everything costs a fortune for the overseas visitor. There is so much to see and do in Oslo with the Oslo Card, Museums, transport etc. A real must for the serious tourist! As for Oslo itself - it's a wonderful place and so friendly too. Recommended all round. Stay at the Anker Hotel if you can - good value and excellent breakfast included.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"If you want to stroll..."

Recommended by mayailuz, 24 Sep 11
If you want to stroll through the city, Oslo pass will make it possible on a very affordable price cutting your expences at minimum. I visited in one day Fram, Kontiki, Munch, Viking ships museum and Historical museum (free entrance even without O. pass) and Nobel peace center + it covers transport as well! :)
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"A City Break in Oslo."

Recommended by Colin L, 22 Sep 11
We had a lovely stay in Oslo staying at the Hotel Opera which is very comfortable, has great reception staff and an ideal, central location. It is ideally placed fro the express train to the airport also. The breakfast buffet in the hotel is exceptional.
We spent most of our time shopping and visiting the most famous museums at Bygedoy and the Resistance Museum at Akers Hus. Oslo is a great city to visit with wonderful public transport and seems just as enjoyable as other Scandinavian capitals. The shopping mall at Akers Brygge we loved too.
Only 2 drawbacks- my camera went missing (do not know if it was stolen??) and the poor exchange rate makes things very expensive for UK visitors.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Get about a great city, with no worries"

Recommended by slyarun, 18 Sep 11
Never been to a Nordic city and was worried as a single traveller that I would get lost and be put off by expensive exhibtions and pricey transport. The Oslo Pass solved all of that! I stretched myself to a 72 hour pass (430kr) and that got me:
unlimited city travel, a mini cruise around the harbour (1.5hrs) all of the key museums and discounts in selected restaurants and shops.
Yes Norway is expensive, but if you have an Oslo Pass, you save yourself a chunk of change.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Trevlig klassresa"

Recommended by Ledare, 17 Sep 11
Vi var på resa till Oslo med en skolklass (åk 8-9) och de uppskattade sin vistelse på vandrarhemmet mycket. Både rummen, frukosten, personalen och möjligheten att få umgås tillsammans i konferens rummet. Tack för ert vänliga och hjälpsamma bemötande och för att ni bidrog till den positiva total upplevelsen av Norges huvudstad.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Ottimo per una visita generica di tutta Oslo"

Recommended by A&A, 12 Sep 11
Ci ha permesso di vedere sei musei in una giornata, ovviamente usufruendo dei mezzi di trasporto inclusi (anche il traghetto per bygdøy) ed infine siamo riusciti a mangiare nel ristorante kaffistova con il 20% di sconto (anche se è poco, meglio che niente con i prezzi di Oslo!)
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Easy and worthed"

Recommended by Alessia, 12 Sep 11
We spent 4 days in Oslo, so we took the 72hours Oslo pass....and we didn't regret!
we visited lots of museums, and being around with every kind of public transportation!
Plus, we took advantage of the 20% discount on the large pizza at Peppe's and followed step by step the Oslo pass guide, which is really useful and detailed!
By the way...Oslo is amazing!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Expeditions ..."

Recommended by vikingfriend, 31 Aug 11
We had a very informative weekend in Oslo.
FRAM - Kon Tiki - Maritime Museum with Oslo Pass no problem to get there.
The exhibitions are very good. When a torrential rainfall came down outside, I didn`t recognize it, I was absolutely fascinated by the exhibits there. On FRAM I really could imagine how Nansen and Amundsen`s men lived there.
I only can recommend to see and experience it.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Nothing to think about!"

Recommended by Claudia, 31 Aug 11
Huge choice of places free of charge to visit, excelllent for taking any king of transport. So, an easy and economic way to visit many places wihout thinking the ticket prices. Once you've bought it you can forget the money and see a lot!!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Practic and useful"

Recommended by Ther, 27 Aug 11
One of my friends gave me as present the "Oslo pass 72h". It was very useful in Oslo, because u can travel as much as u want within 72h and moreover there is a mini cruise free with this pass. The most useful thing is the possibility to visit museums free and transportation. What i would improve is more offers and more discoounts for lunch and activities. From my point of view was very useful because didnt have to worry about buyung tickets for transportation.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Se volete visitare bene Oslo compratela"

Recommended by moni78, 26 Aug 11
Siamo stati ad Oslo 5 giorni ed ho prenotato 4 Oslo Pass 72h tramite il sito, successivamente siamo andati a ritirarli direttamente all'ufficio informazioni davanti alla stazione centrale di Oslo. Tutti i musei da noi visitati erano compresi nella Oslo Pass più tutti i trasporti e la mini-crociera con veliero che ti porta a Bygdoy. In più abbiamo usufruito dello sconto del 20% sui cibo servito al ristorante "Friday's". La Oslo Pass deve essere obliterata per cominciare ad avere valore (noi l'abbiamo fatto sul tram). Tutto perfetto!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Good Value"

Recommended by Mgt from Ireland, 23 Aug 11
The Oslo Pass represents good value for money, The pass is also very convenient as you can switch from the mini cruise to the bus as we did. If you make a mistake and take the wrong bus, it doesn't cost anything to then get the right bus.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"fantastic"

Recommended by morpheus, 23 Aug 11
With Oslo pass you can visit Oslo in totally relax ... and you save a lot of money.
Oslo is a fantastic city. All people talk about madrid, barcelona, london, etc, but Oslo too is very beautiful ... i recommend it to anyone who want to visit a good city ... and if you go there in summer you can run away from the "hottest" town like milan, rome or parma.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo pass you got it"

Recommended by alex, 23 Aug 11
Oslo pas is a nice service, no surprise anymore.

Nice Job !
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Pay once - visit all"

Recommended by Peter (HH/GER), 22 Aug 11
The best way to discover Oslo. Never thinking about the best price using the public transport system, just get on. Also you don't have do think about different fares to visit the places of interest. Carefree & enjoyable!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass is very useful"

Recommended by Sohocello, 21 Aug 11
I booked the oslo 48h pass online and got it from the tourist information office at the Oslo central station. With this pass I visited several museums and took public transportation without worrying about tickets. The pass helps to save a lot of time during travel.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"oslo pass good for many years"

Recommended by , 21 Aug 11
We are very fond of the oslo pass.
Between () no one checked the pass so we have kept the pass to use it next year.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"gut, angemessener Preis"

Recommended by Familie Terbrüggen, 18 Aug 11
Für den Preis ist der Oslopass gut, da die Verkehrsmittel und alle Museen enthalten sind, haben wir den Pass gut nutzten können, haben viele schöne Museen besucht und dabei Geld gespart. Gut ist auch die Rabattierung in einigen Restaurants.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Cost-effective"

Recommended by Cirkeline, 15 Aug 11
As of 2006, Oslo is ranked tenth according to the Worldwide Cost of Living. It is a cost effective way to travel in Oslo with Oslo Pass. We use the pass mostly for free transportation, free mini cruise (with 72 hours pass only), visit to several museums and dining at restaurant with discount.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"The Oslo Pass is really..."

Recommended by Clara, 11 Aug 11
The Oslo Pass is really great, since it is really profitable.
However, it is not written it has to be punch to take the metro.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"We had the best time"

Recommended by Chase family, 11 Aug 11
Great place for traveling families.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"OsloPass - fantastic value!"

Recommended by Piers & Sarah, 10 Aug 11
Booked the OsloPass through the website, and collected it on arrival. Incredibly easy to use, joined-up transport systems, and free access to museums etc (we visited 7 in 24 hours!), saving us a huge amount of money... Also booked the Oslo fjord cruise, which was wonderful...
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Very convenient"

Recommended by Anna, 10 Aug 11
We thought that the Oslo pass was good value for money and very convenient! We took the sightseeing tour in the Oslofjord and enjoyed it a lot! We sailed for 1,5 hours in the beautiful fjord and enjoyed the warm and sunny weather. We also visited the Nobel Peace Center, the Viking Ship museum, Kon Tiki museum, FRAM-museum and the Maritime Museum. Our favourites were the Nobel Peace Center and the Kon Tiki-museum.
One thing that could be improved is the queue-system. In some museums we had to queue even though we had the Oslo Pass. We also were a bit disappointed when we ordered pizza at Peppes pizza and didn´t get the 20% discount because we didn´t order a large pizza. That should have been written more clearly in the Oslo Pass brochure. But all in all, we thought the Oslo Pass was just great! We will surely use it again!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Freedom"

Recommended by JK, 10 Aug 11
This pass meant there was no need to keep local coins and we were able to jump on buses and trams as we found something we wanted to see. The fact that the pass meant entry to the museums was included was a great bonus and more than covered the cost of the pass.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Dont visit without it!"

Recommended by Galway Girl, 09 Aug 11
We spent 4 nights in Oslo and the OsloPass was invaluable......you forget about how expensive Oslo is when you have the card......you can organise your days to get the most value out of the card and you don't think twice about visiting attractions and museums...you try to see as much as possible because you have 'free' admission. It is a better card than for example, the Barcelona card, which gives you a certain percentage off the entrance fee to certain attractions.The Oslo Pass gets you into everything for free...as well as all the tram,bus,ferry trips.
We had a lovely time in Oslo...loads to do and see..Don'tgo without the Oslo pass!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"The best deal for a traveling family"

Recommended by Panama Sol, 08 Aug 11
We had unlimited bus and tram rides all over Oslo. Easy to follow, always on schedule and just the perfect way to get from one place to another without worrying about controls or flexipasses or anything like that. The most interesting museums and sites were free! Excellent little booklet that gives tips and must see places!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"A Brilliant way to discover OSLO"

Recommended by Ludwig bez, 08 Aug 11
Easy going, smart travelling, saving money!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"If you are going to..."

Recommended by Claudia Dietz, 08 Aug 11
If you are going to see Museuums, so the oslo-pass is perfect!
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Good help / support for travelers"

Recommended by Joe, 05 Aug 11
The Oslo Pass helped a lot to organize a visit to Oslo, which was - unfortunately - only a short stop for some hours after arriving with the ferry and before leaving for a round trip in the fjord land. The Pass gave a great support to have a effective visit of some museums and famous places.

One main disadvantage of the Oslo Pass has to be mentioned: It does not help regarding the actual weather - that would be a great improvement for the future! (... sorry).

But nevertheless we'll give Oslo Pass a new chance before leaving Norway via ferry again.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"BRA"

Recommended by vestlending, 03 Aug 11
Kjempe bra tilbud, enkelt å bruke.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Value for money"

Recommended by Martin, 03 Aug 11
Oslo Pass matches the efficient public transport system. Both are very easy to use. Add to this entrance to many museums and you are home and dry for a great stay in Oslo
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"It's really worth. Recommend to..."

Recommended by , 03 Aug 11
It's really worth. Recommend to everybody, especially who stays for 3 and more days.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"short break"

Recommended by wiggles., 02 Aug 11
lovely city,buy an oslo pass,pay in euros and eat at tfi to save money.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Our first time in Oslo..."

Recommended by , 27 Jul 11
...but definitly not our last holiday in Norway!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"AN ABSOLUTE MUST"

Recommended by Michael from Tampa Bay, Florida, 26 Jul 11
The Oslo pass not only saves money, but eliminates the need to buy transportation tickets. You don't need to know where to buy them, for how much and carry change.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass. The coolest way to discover the city."

Recommended by Le Gob, 25 Jul 11
OSLO PASS. This is the awnser to this simple question : "How to discover Oslo from A to Z". Fram the first second to the last, enjoy Oslo with the Subway, Tramway, Bus and Boat.
Order your Pass on Internet and start immediatly when your arrive.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslopasset bidro til at vi..."

Recommended by Gro, 25 Jul 11
Oslopasset bidro til at vi gikk på flere museum enn vi ville gjort uten. Det var dessuten veldig greit å kunne velge transport fritt etter behov. Er sikker på at passet er inntjent og vel så det.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Gjennomfør it løsningen helt ut!"

Recommended by Sjurni, 25 Jul 11
Alt innhold og tilbudet på nettet er eksemplarisk og lett å finne ut av. Vi var turister for en dag i egen by. det var lenge siden vi hadde besøkt utstillingene på bygdøy-
Noen bemerkninger slik dere ber om:
A: Biletten burde vi kunne skrive ut hjemme og stemple allerede på første busstur, og ikke komme innom Trafikkanten for utstedelse!. Systemet på trafikkanten virket ikke, vi måtte fortsatt stå og vente. Mottaker var sikkert i beste mening ved sin belærende stil, (på dialekt og ukjent i byen?!) og lange utredning om tilbudet vi hadde gjennomlest på nettet, og vært på museene mange ganger tidligere.
B: Folkemuseet mangler gartner og ryddefolk!! Noen strøk med maling på fasadene , spesielt i Enerhaugen hadde ikke gjort skade. Merkingen er av eldre dato og delvis nedfalt/stjålet?. Historifortelling om de enkelt tun er ikke tilstede eller flerespråkelig. Skammelig at hovedrestauranten ikke er åpen midt i sesomngen.
C: Vikingeskipene er spennende men gammeldags presentert, sammen lignet med Borg i Lofoten. Alt for trangt og ingen stor fortellerkunst noe sted. Montere dårlig merket!
D: Maritime museeum, båthuset, Maud og Stavnger er en katastofe å bli framvist på denne måte.
Framhuset er stolt og bedre histioefortelling, men håpløst gammeldags i presentasjonen. Merkingen ombord svært mangelfull, forvirring om retninger med trange koridorer og mye folk.
Takk for et godt tilbud, men dårlig musearbeid sammenlignet med andre i norge og utlandet!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo pocket"

Recommended by Alessandro and Elisabetta, 20 Jul 11
An important tool for tourists who want to visit the city without missing anything: traditions, culture, art and nature. A basic guide to move easily into the city by public transport.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Preiswert und bequem"

Recommended by OPAEBS, 20 Jul 11
Sehr gut für einen 3-Tage-Trip
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"It is very economic and convenient."

Recommended by verdensnomade, 18 Jul 11
I could go anywhere I want with Oslo pass without paying.
I could take all of public transport systems in Oslo when I want and where I go to.
Therefore it is very economic and convenient.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"fine greier"

Recommended by beb, 17 Jul 11
enkelt,lettvint,kjempesmart,kan en si noe mer
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Opplev mye i Oslo"

Recommended by GAP, 17 Jul 11
Gratis t-bane,trikk,buss og båt, for 4 soner. Rabatter på resturanter,opplevelser (tusenfryd), gratis museum (kon-tiki,fram,holmenkolenfolkemuseum mm.)
72 timers pass anbefales for gratis mini cruise i Oslo fjorden.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Lettvint med Oslopass"

Recommended by tantenita, 14 Jul 11
Oslopasset gjorde det veldig enkelt å ta seg frem i Oslo. Slapp å tenke på om vi hadde penger klar til buss, bane og trikk. Det gjorde at oppholdet i Oslo ble variert og interessant.

Tips til forbedring: Dropp hele greia med utskrift av voucher. Det stresset meg litt, for mitt Oslopass ble kjøpt på impuls. Det får holde med bekreftelseskoden.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslopass. "

Recommended by Rolf , 12 Jul 11
Kunne tenkt meg at stavanger hadde følt opp. Og skaffet seg Stavangerpass.
Oslo pass skal jeg benytte mg av neste gang eg er i Oslo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Everythings are like you said...."

Recommended by Anna, 12 Jul 11
Everythings are like you said. Very very good.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Lettvint"

Recommended by Anne, 10 Jul 11
Vi valgte å bruke Oslo pass fordi vi synes dette var enkelt, og at vi totalt sett sparte en del penger på det.Vi plukket ut aktiviteter og restauranter der vi kunne bruke passet, og kunne benytte trikk/buss/t-bane for å komme oss til riktig sted. Veldig enkelt og greit!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by E Maguire, 06 Jul 11
Makes being a good tourist very simple to do.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Makes Oslo so easy... and cheap!"

Recommended by Sumanji, 05 Jul 11
Totally worth getting an Oslo Pass - I was there for about 4 days so I got the 72 hour pass. Saw pretty much every major museum in the city, and had several rides on the trams and metro. It must have paid for itself several times over.

Do it! :)
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Value for money"

Recommended by sharon, 05 Jul 11
You can get around lots of attractions in Oslo in a few days. By the time you've used your pass for the boat and 3 museums it's paid for itself. Saves you money, and then you don't have to keep looking for money to get into things you want to see.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Australiere på besøk"

Recommended by Ulf T Kolstad, 04 Jul 11
De var imponert over hovedstaden. Særlig vikingskipene ble gransket svært nøye og all tekst ble lest. De ble svært betenkt over å høre risikoen ved å flytte disse til Bjørvika.
Andre steder som ble besøkt var Frognerparken, Fram og Holmenkollen.
De vil anbefale Norge til andre Australiere.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"first time in oslo"

Recommended by danghi, 03 Jul 11
first thing i did when i arrived at oslo S was to buy a 72 hour oslo pass at trafikanten in front of the station; i visited 7 museums , travelled on the boats to bygdoy , took the trams , boats and subway and did the mini cruise to the opera; it was good value for the money ; I recommend it to all visitors !
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo pass"

Recommended by Darren R, 01 Jul 11
The pass is great value which is very important as Norway is so expensive. It really helps you plan your day and make the most of your trip. You cannot do without it.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Visiting Olso"

Recommended by Marimorus, 28 Jun 11
We arrived by cruise ship for a few hours in Olso and prebooked Olso passes. Very good value and easy to organise and use. We took the boat to the Maritime, Frame & Kontiki Musuems. The Maritime in particular is excellent - but much less crowded than the other 2. We intended to take the number 30 bus (after checking the time table at the bus stop -fare included in the Olso Pass) to the Viking Ship Museum & Folk Museum.
However we came across the 2 rudest bus drivers in Olso. One wouldn't take us and the other said get on and after 2 stops then told us (and 4 more tourists) to get off the bus and walk "up the hill". This turned out to be at least 1.5km and had only 1 signpost at the start. If I hadn't taken a guidebook with very detailed street maps the 6 of us would still be wandering around Olso now. As we left the Viking Ship Museum we were amazed to see a number 30 bus which stopped right out side! This walk meant that we didn't have enough time to visit the Folk Museum.

Apart from this we had a very pleasant few hours in Olso
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Good for your money"

Recommended by kh, 26 Jun 11
a very good kind to save money. We booked the 72-Hours-Oslo-Pass. At the end of the first day we reached the price.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass is a great bargain"

Recommended by Anne, 25 Jun 11
We bought the 24-hour pass. We ordered it online and picked it up at the railway station tourist office without any trouble. We activated it at 11am and because Oslo's museums stay open until 6pm in the summer, we were able to see five museums, Akershus Castle, and take two ferries while it was valid. We saw the museums on one day and went to the fortress as soon as it opened the next. We saved almost 200 NKr by buying the pass - and we didn't feel like we had to rush through anything or skip anything we really wanted to see to make it worthwhile. It was very easy to activate and we just showed it at the ticket desks in all the attractions and that was that. Couldn't have been easier. For comparison, by the way, we also bought the pass in Bergen, which was NOT a great deal. Bergen's attractions close at 4pm, so we were barely able to see enough of them in one day to justify the purchase (we saved only 30 NKr). Also, we had to activate it when we purchased it, rather than when we first used it, so we had less flexibility. The Oslo Pass was much better!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Perfect"

Recommended by Maddalena and Angelo, 22 Jun 11
Do not loose it, absolutely perfect. You can enter everywhere and utilize if for discounts as best as possible. And what about all saved time ? Furthermore all people at Tourist Center were so nice and informed...
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"If You want to see..."

Recommended by Juergen, 22 Jun 11
If You want to see as much as possible of wonderful Oslo in a few days, it's very helpfull and convenient.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great Value"

Recommended by Merdene, 21 Jun 11
We used all of the transportation & vistied as many museums as possible in 5 days - what a great value & thank you.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great benefits from Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Loki, 21 Jun 11
OSLO Pass is a great thing for tourists, especially those interested in visiting many of Oslo museums not to mention the free of charge means of public transportation. It would be useful though for those who bought it via internet to be able to pick it up at the airport (it can be bought at the airport). Anyway, it made our visit to Oslo and access to all premisses much faster and easier.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"very good thing"

Recommended by gpg, 21 Jun 11
Really is the perfect complement to visit Oslo, saving money and time. Definitely a must have.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Grande!!!"

Recommended by J.C, 20 Jun 11
Es una forma genial de viajar por todo Oslo en cualquier medio de transporte. Además da acceso a un monton de ofertas culturales. Aunque parezca caro, al final sale barato. Totalmente recomendable :-)
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Parkering"

Recommended by Tor , 17 Jun 11
Det er en illusjon at parkering er inkludert. Vi la ut nesten hundre kroner på parkering i tillegg til at vi hadde betalt Oslokort. Parkeringen ved Holmenkollen var ikke godt merket og skiltet. Veien fra parkeringen til hoppet var mildt sagt uferdig, og gjestene mine lurte på hvor de hadde havnet.

Ved Vikingskiphuset burde det presiseres om Oslokortet gjelder som parkering. Nå turde vi ikke ta sjansen på det.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Olslo Pass - The more value"

Recommended by HHH, 16 Jun 11
2011 was our second visit in Oslo. This time we booked the Olso Pass. The value we had for the 3 days experience was very good. All public transports included. Free admission to museums and the beautyful Mini Cruise in the Oslo Fjord.
My wife and I are hoping, that the following features will included until our next visit:
- Print at Home function (no longer line up at the Traffikant at Oslo's Main Station)
- Bar-Code-Function: No line up in the Museums to get the entrance ticket
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Online booking of Oslo Card..."

Recommended by , 15 Jun 11
Online booking of Oslo Card is ok. However, picking it up at the main Tourist Info maybe a very time consuming process. Long waiting time . . . .
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"See you soon...."

Recommended by Zweitbester Sommer, 13 Jun 11
Wunderful days in a handsome city with a greatful performence in the Opera House, great places of interesting historie. A perfect trip. Thank you.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass review"

Recommended by Leon Zebeda, 08 Jun 11
I like that the Oslo pass is valid for the indicated number of hours from the time of first use rather than it being valid until midnight. This give you the possibility to maximise the use of the Pass
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Convenient and a Great Value"

Recommended by Gary Nees, 08 Jun 11
We had one day to spend in Oslo on a Scandinavian cruise. We bought the Oslo Pass on-line before we left home. We took the voucher we printed out to the Tourist Information Center at the the cruise dock when we arrived to receive our one-day pass. The pass allowed use to use all public transportation, including the the water ferry. It also gave us admission to all the sights and museums we wanted to visit. It was great!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"so nice"

Recommended by Marlyse, 07 Jun 11
the oslo pass is very good and perfect to save money...
book it now!!!!!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"great"

Recommended by heidi, 04 Jun 11
Der Oslp-Pass hat sich wie immer gelohnt: Freier Eintritt in verschiedene Museen, gratis Nutzung des öffentlichen Verkehrs, Ermässigung bei Führungen, Sightseeing etc.; im Winter fahren wir mit Freunden nach Oslo, sicher wieder mit Oslp-Pass!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Excellent flexibility, giving freedom to..."

Recommended by , 02 Jun 11
Excellent flexibility, giving freedom to tour and see the sights, but our 72 hours included a Monday, when many museums etc. were closed - we hadn't realised this before activating the pass, and consequently we felt that part of the pass was wasted. Even so, a wonderful idea, and very useful - we'll have one again next time we come to Oslo.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"OSLO PASS! WONDERFUL WAY TO VISIT OSLO "

Recommended by CLAORT, 30 May 11
OSLO PASS IS WONDERFUL.
ALL THE DOOR ARE OPEN TO YOU AND YOU DON'T HAVE THE NEED TO EXCHANGE MONEY AND BUY TICKET.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"giudizio"

Recommended by sardo, 30 May 11
punti di forza: basso costo rispetto alla media, posizione ottima
punti di debolezza: pulizia, scarsa gentilezza degli operatori, tende non efficaci ( sapete che significa in norvegia avere luce per 24 ore!), caos nel fine settimana. Noleggio delle lenzuola e degli asciugamani

Consigli:
portare la mascherina per schermare la luce, asciugamani, tappi per le orecchie. Per l resto è una favola.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"The Key Pass to Oslo"

Recommended by DocLuke, 24 May 11
Thanks to VisitOslo.com i found all the "keys" to a smart, funny, convenient way to see the city, to access the museums and use public transports without spendind a fortune and to be informed about news and events.

Simply great!!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Good for groups"

Recommended by Katrin, 23 May 11
I am a tourguide and bought the oslo passes for the whole group. As we started with the vikingshipmuseum right from the ferry, we needed the passes on arrival. Unfortunately, there were not enough oslo passes for seniors/children for 72hrs at the ferry information desk. Luckily, I got hold of Magnus Moerch at the office in Oslo and he was so kind to send me an invoice to Germany and organized that the oslo passes were at the vikingshipmuseum when we arrived there. Thanks to him, everything was fine.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"COMPLIMENT"

Recommended by CHARLOTTE VAN DER WALT, 23 May 11
VALUE FOR MONEY - SERVICE EXCELLENCE -
WELL DONE
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"total efficienzy"

Recommended by libo from venice, 22 May 11
the tourist feel at one's ease completely
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"I et neste besøk Oslo..."

Recommended by frankhirschbeck, 19 May 11
I et neste besøk Oslo igjen jeg skulle bestille den Oslo-pass
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"a+++++"

Recommended by João Nogueira, 19 May 11
All Good
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Knallbra"

Recommended by , 17 May 11
Er kjempehappy med oppholdet. Beliggenhet er jo ubeskrivelig, og frokost og stdr ellers er ok
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass en français"

Recommended by Denis de Stavanger, 17 May 11
Très confortable et facile à utiliser, ce pass permet de prendre n'importe quel bus, métro tram ou ferry. De plus, un grand nombre de musées est accessible "gratuitement".
Quelques restaus seulement et une poignée de remises en plus.
Je le prends chaque fois que je passe un weekend à Oslo.
Il ne manque que le trajet entre l'aéroport et le centre ville pour que le produit soit parfait, vu le prix des transports, et des entrées de musée.
Fortement recommandé si vous avez l'intention de sillonner la ville (et elle le mérite ! même si c'est petit) et d'avoir un bon aperçu de ses nombreux musées.(et que vous n'avez pas trop de problèmes de sous…… parce que ce n'est quand même pas donné……)
Enjoy !
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo at its best"

Recommended by , 16 May 11
Having the Oslo Pass proved to be not only cheap but most practical. Using means of public transport - tram, bus, tube, ferry - was a pleasure with this pass. All the museums we wanted to visit had open doors for us. There was no need to change money, no need to use a card. We felt wonderful showing our pass.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"A wonderful way to see Oslo"

Recommended by Ely, 13 May 11
The Oslo Pass is really fantastic if you want to visit Oslo, because museums and also the public means of transport are quite expensive if you buy single tickets, while with the Oslo Pass you can visit many things and move around the city in the cheapest way.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Dreamlike Oslo "

Recommended by Hitchcock, 03 May 11
Since Oslo is the world's most expensive city, one must have a 36/48/72 hour Oslo Pass which
provides free travel on all public transport and free admission to museums and sights - it is a great value and save a lot of money. In short it was one of the best ever city breaks that I have taken.What immediately strike me to Oslo was it's beautiful setting right at the head of a 110 kilometre long fjord. Both cosmopolitan and historic Oslo is known for its easy going air, world class museums, glitzy shopping centres, and fine dining. I hope to return one day so I can spend more time in visiting other museums and sights. Many of the city's most popular attractions are within each reach of the city centre. Oslo certainly rewards those travelling on foot but there is also a decent tram and subway system.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"72hr Oslo Pass"

Recommended by John from Wales, 02 May 11
My pass paid for itself on the first day I validated it! Oslo has a fantastic Metro system & I got everywhere I needed to go easily on this & the free museums, access to public transport + the frequency of trains really impressed me. It is essential bit of kit for any tourist that wants to keep costs at a minimum but the card could do with being longer ie a week maybe?
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"gopd value but..."

Recommended by p, 30 Apr 11
so few things are fully open around easter you dont get full value
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Brian, 29 Apr 11
Oslo pass is a very good way of getting about the city and exploring its facilities. It is also a very economical means. My only reservation would be to beware of the limited attractions open on a public holiday!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Very nice"

Recommended by Ioannis-Dorothea, 28 Apr 11
I think that everything was really nice concerning prices, variety of benefits (transportation, museums) e.t.c.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great tool to see Oslo"

Recommended by , 27 Apr 11
Initially we were unsure if we would use it enough to warrant the cost however we visited Museums, we used frries, Trams and the Metro (from underground to mountain top) and enjoyed the freedom the pass gave. We also took advantage of the dining discounts.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"oslo pass 72h"

Recommended by sylzar, 20 Apr 11
Avec oslo pass 72h, pas besoin de faire la queue pour l achat de billet d entrée de certains musées et monuments à visiter, les bus, visite du fjord en voilier sont gratuits... durant mes trois jours sur Oslo mon pass a été rentabilisé.J ai commandé celui-ci par le biais de visitOslo et le jour de mon arrivée, je suis allé le retiré à l office du tourisme sans problème. Avec visitOslo vous avez la liste des visites gratuites, des restaurants avec réduction, les bons plans pour passer un excellent séjour comme le mien..que du bonheur!
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"An indespensable Vademecum"

Recommended by Ptolemy II, 13 Apr 11
The Oslo Pass in its combination as ticket for all public transport in Oslo & free museum entrance pays off from the very first day.

It would be nice to have a 5 or 6 days version, and an inclusion of the flytoget transfer OSL-city.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Good Option"

Recommended by mumu, 04 Apr 11
A pity we can not use it to go to and back the airport. Before April, not always a good option as some museums are free (e.g Munch on Sundays).

Overall opinion

4 of 5

"48 Hours in Oslo"

Recommended by Dave H, 18 Mar 11
With such regular and efficient public transport, getting around Oslo was really straightforward and pleasurable. We spent a day out at Bygdøy taking in the Folk Museum, the KonTiki Museum, the Fram Museum and, best of all, the Viking Ship Museum. On our second day, we took in some of Oslo's art galleries and, the highlight of the entire trip, the Vigeland Sculpture Park. If you see nothing else, don't miss this stunningly beautiful and inspiring place.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"I enjoyed my stay in..."

Recommended by , 11 Mar 11
I enjoyed my stay in Oslo very much. But two things disapponted me : Munch's painting "the Scream" could not be seen as that area of the museum was temporary closed ( and that was one of the reasons why we came to Oslo). The second one wsa that Ibsen's house could not been visited entirely 45 minutes before the museum closed, and that was not written on Oslo guides.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Oslo Pass convenient and good value"

Recommended by Linda G, 09 Mar 11
We found the Oslo pass removed the stress of having to work out how to buy tickets for each type of public transport. We also found it useful when the family could not agree whether to visit a particular museum or not - with the pass we could drop in for a quick visit to see if we wanted to stay longer, without having to worry about the cost. The pass was accepted without question wherever we went. Recommended.

Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Very good!"

Recommended by , 02 Mar 11
Yuo have access to all type of museums and the public transportation.
The walking tour was very good! I wish I had had more time to enjoy all things that I was able to do with that pass. But in general it worth it!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Perfect"

Recommended by MC, 14 Feb 11
We can take bus, tramway... and we pay nothing. All places I visit are free with the oslo pass. For me, it's a perfect product
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"A very economic pass"

Recommended by Cyril, 21 Dec 10
Pass is very economic and give a real autonomy.
You can move and visit in liberty.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Elly - The Netherlands, 15 Dec 10
The Oslo Pass is a must for everyone visiting the city. You can hop on and off the public transport, visit musea for free, have a mini-cruise for free. We have been in the city for 5 days and had a pass for 3 days. We loved the city and the pass was a great help to travel freely.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Indispensible!"

Recommended by HandyguyNYC, 14 Dec 10
The Oslo pass gives the visitor total freedom to roam the city and sample its abundance of interesting activities. I had only one day in Oslo, and I was able to use the underground, several buses, and several trams, to say nothing of skipping the line to buy tickets for the folk history park (mobbed because of the great Christmas Market that they have there). I also got into the Viking Ship museum and, at the very interesting National Gallery (which is free anyway), the special and astonishing exhibit of Russian liturgical objects and vestments (which is not otherwise free). The Oslo pass is the best deal in Europe, in my opinion.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"I LOVE OSLO"

Recommended by Valentina76, 12 Dec 10
first of all I'd like to say that Oslo is one of the most charming places Ive ever been. So organized, clean and people are so eager to help tourists, they are very polite and nice.
Oslo is outstanding and the 48h pass gave me the chance to go around and see places in a cheaper way. Love the museums: Munch, Viking Ships, Nobel and so many more. I loved the Opera House, the harbor and the Royal Palace too. Walking around (even at -15°C) was amazing.
One day it snowed so much and in spite of this everything was working perfectly. Busses were on time and since there were some major works in the Metro 1 there were bus replacements every 10min.......ON TIME!!! incredible! I was curious and went to the ski slopes by bus.........it took only 30min!!! Amazing!!
Plus the hotel was great, I stayed at Rica Travel Hotel, which I recommend absolutely.
I loved the atmosphere of this town and it's vibe. I would recommend it and already did.
Thank you Oslo for an amazing weekend.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Pass, Pass, Pass"

Recommended by terry, 09 Dec 10
It was good experience to travel inside Oslo city by just showing the Pass. In the summer I would like to try fjyord tour.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"ease of use and bargain!"

Recommended by Melanie C, 08 Dec 10
As a non-Norwegian speaker visiting Oslo only briefly, the Oslo pass was great. It allowed me to not have to worry about misunderstanding prices and it covers so many great museums and transportation! I would definitely recommend this to visitors.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo weekend"

Recommended by mick, 08 Dec 10
what a great place to stay would go back tomorow
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Must Have!"

Recommended by Petrab, 08 Dec 10
I really recommend the Oslo Pass, as you have free entrance to all of the museums, the mini-cruise and the public transport. You also get discount in some restaurants. I think, if you want to explore the city it's an absolute must have!
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"the first time in Oslo"

Recommended by , 07 Dec 10
I always lived in a big city and have got used to a municipal transportation. This underground, the bus, a tram. In Oslo there is no necessity to use all kinds of this transport especially to tourists. From the airport it is necessary to buy the separate ticket. In a city it is enough to go on foot or by a tram. Probably the product makes sense in the summer when the ferry goes. I am happy with politeness, speed and service. Only has descended from a train and at once in point for tourists to me have given a card and explanations, all very quickly and conveniently. But I only used tram. Thanks for hospitality, I will necessarily return again.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Definitely get an Oslo Pass!"

Recommended by Natasha, 07 Dec 10
The Oslo Pass is a great buy! I was able to use it for free bus/tram rides, free museum entrance fees, and a free boat cruise around the fjord! Definitely worth the money!!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Nice Friendly Exclusive"

Recommended by Morten, 07 Dec 10
It may prove to become difficult to visit as many venues as needed to ammortize but in general the Olso Pass is a very convenient way to get around town on public transport and do the boat trip (for free only with 3-days pass). Oslo is a very 'friendly' place and a lot less hectic than other European cities but the price level is extremely high even compared to an even bigger city like Hamburg (2 mio.) in Germany.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"SNOW AT LAST!!!!!!"

Recommended by Squibs, 06 Dec 10
We visited Oslo Nov 29 to Dec 5. Not long enough to explore this wonerful city! One thing that I was disappointed about was the lack of fresh snow! But the night before we left it starting snowing so I had a little taste of what snowfall is like in Oslo. Truely beautiful. This is a city that requires you to walk a lot. The public transport is FANTASTIC, everything runs on time and the Oslo Pass is great value. We took a boat trip which was lovely but very cold. My only complaint about Oslo was that I found it expensive to eat and shop. But put against the wonderful sites and sights of the city it is well worth it.
I would recommend a trip to Oslo to everyone
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Save time"

Recommended by Kepa de Santurtzi, 02 Dec 10
Cuando uno visita una ciudad normalmente lo hace con el tiempo ajustado. El disponer de la tarjeta me ha permitido una mejor programacion de las visitas y no perder el tiempo en gestión de entradas a museos, adquisición de billetes de transporte ....
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo pass"

Recommended by Adeline from France, 25 Nov 10
You save a lot of time overall thanks the Oslo pass!!!
We could visit a lot of museems, travel throught the city ...
The documentation was very complete and full of information.
The ony deception was that the cruise for the fjord was not opened in winter as some metro or bus lines
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass - the best deal you can get while travelling to Oslo"

Recommended by aker brygge, 24 Nov 10
My wife and I bought the Oslo Pass 72h and we've find it very useful because it gives you free entrance to all important museums, free transportation (tram, bus, boat, metro) + discount to T.G.I. Fridays, Peppes Pizza, etc. Being a very expensive city, it's very handy!
If you go to Oslo for 2-3 days and don't want to exchange euros or dollars to krones, then it's the best choice, it saves you time and headache!
Overall, I think it's a best product and I recommend it!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo pass for a family with Childeren"

Recommended by Thierry, 24 Nov 10
We were at Oslo two days with Childeren and the pass was very usefull. It allowed us to be very flexible with visits and travels and the public transport network in Oslo is very complete and adapted to touristic activities.
Notice that a lot of visits/museums in Oslo which are recorded as free with the Oslo pass are in fact totally free for all.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo in November"

Recommended by bribrigerman, 13 Nov 10
It's very interesting to buy the Oslo pass. Free entrance to a lot of museums, and free transport. Discounts in restaurants. Very good. It was the best way to discover Oslo : The pass and the guide at the tourism Office in Traffikanten. It was a nice trip.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"WEEKEND IN OSLO"

Recommended by PEPITO, 12 Nov 10
IN A FEW DAYS ISN'T POSSIBLE SEE TOO MUCH SITES, BUT ALL I'M SEEYING I LIKE IT. VIGELAND PARK, OPERA, AKERHAUS CASTLE, HOLMENKOLEN, FRAM, ETC. IS INCREDIBLE. I THINK THAT LESS I LIKE IT, RESTAURANTS AND PUBS TOO MUCH CARFEFULL, IN MY COUNTRY, SPAIN, 50% CHEAPER. I WAIT COME BACK SOON.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Good Informations"

Recommended by Edda Westphalen, 11 Nov 10
With the oslopass you have much informations for you can do in oslo, many possibilities every day. We went to munchmuseum (2nd time), ThorHeyerdahl, Vigelandparken, Akerbrygge, round Nationalteater and shopping. All in one day!
Please, give a plan for tram, bus or boot to the oslopass, so that is easy to arrive the places.
Sincerly til next time
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Prisvärt"

Recommended by PG, 09 Nov 10
Det var prisvärt att ha restauranger, inträde och framförallt biljetter på ett och samma kort.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Excellent value"

Recommended by Euro Traveller, 02 Nov 10
Considering the high cost of everything in Oslo, the pass provided excellent value for money and meant not having to carry / exchange a lot of currency. It gave access to all major attractions and to be able to use it on the very good public transport was a bonus.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass : très bien..."

Recommended by didier.estable@orange.fr, 31 Oct 10
Oslo Pass : très bien ! Toutefois il serait souhaitable d'expédier le Pass au domicile du demandeur quand celui-ci l'a commandé par Internet. Cela nous aurait évité de payer le taxi de la gare à l'hotel en arrivant tard le soir et de payer le premier bus le lendemain matin de l'hotel à l'office de tourisme pour le récupérer.
Par ailleurs l'Oslo Pass nous donnait 20% de remise sur différents restaurants etc. BIEN mais en allant au bar à glace (recommandé par le Oslo Pass) celui-ci était réservé ce soir-là à une manifestation privée...
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass - Not for tourists only"

Recommended by , 19 Oct 10
The Oslo Pass provides good value for money for travelling and visiting the city and the greater Oslo area. Our friends from Oslo who gave us a guided tour have not been aware of the Oslo Pass before and were very much in favour of this special offer, too.

Perfect internet presence (visitoslo.com) and excellent service at the tourist office at Oslo central station.

Overall opinion

4 of 5

"All in one"

Recommended by andreas, 19 Oct 10
we were very satisfied with the oslo pass.
We visited 6 museums in the 72 hours,took the boat trip on the fjord and had free admiitance to all public traffic.
A real good product.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Card"

Recommended by , 13 Oct 10
A great help for everyone visiting Oslo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Kollektiv transport"

Recommended by Kjell-Eirik, 13 Oct 10
Med Oslo pass kan en reise kollektivt samt besøke museum "gratis" Dette var helt grei ordning.
Kollektive funka kjempe bra.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"føl dig velkommen i Oslo!"

Recommended by Familien Borum, Danmark, 08 Oct 10
Med Oslo pass er man svært velkommen uanset om man træder ind i trikken eller vikingeskibsmuseet. Vi fik prøvet det hele bus, metro, båd og trik og set alt hvad vi ville.

Suverænt!

Vi kommer gerne igen!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"love the Oslo pass!"

Recommended by jayrey, 06 Oct 10
The Oslo pass was wonderful and made our three days in Oslo easy and enjoyable. Waht a great city - very easy to get around.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Larger map and detailed instructions"

Recommended by Subodh, 02 Oct 10
It would be better if there was larger map provided and detailed instructions on how to get to the attractions.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Der Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Mathias Weichelt (Berlin-Germany), 29 Sep 10
Wir waren übers Wochenende (Sept. 2010) in Oslo und hatten jeder dazu den Pass (48 Std.) online bestellt und auch bezahlt. In unserem Fall konnten wir ihn in Oslo vor dem Bahnhof an der Touristeninfo abholen. Alles in allem hat das sehr gut geklappt. (Die Info ist täglich geöffnet). Durch das häufige Benutzen der öffentlichen Verkehrsmittel, einschließlich der Fähre Nr. 91, und der Eintritte in mehrere Museen rechnet sich der Pass sicherlich. Ich habe es nicht genau nachgerechnet, aber es kommt so in etwa hin. Zudem sind in ausgewählten Lokalitäten und Geschäften noch Rabatte drin. Der größte Vorteil ist aber, man sucht nicht ständig nach Fahr- und Eintrittsgeldern. Fazit, ich hole mir den Pass beim nächsten Oslo-Trip sicherlich wieder.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass - The most convenient travel companion in the world"

Recommended by fidik, 29 Sep 10
I am still extremely happy that I bought the Oslo Pass for me and my wife. It made it so much easier to explore Oslo within 3 days. With the Oslo Pass booklet we had all the information about interesting places in town from which we could pick our program for the next day. And with the free use of all busses, tram, T-Bane and even some boats, it was always easy to get there.
On our way back home I wondered together with my wife, whether there is any other City in the world, which has a produkt of similar quality and convenience for the traveller. We even speculated on the problems of creating such a product (getting all the partners in the boat). For our next City tour we shall definetly check whether they have something similar to the Oslo Pass. CONGRATULATIONS!!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"It's really useful !"

Recommended by MadMarty, 28 Sep 10
I've used it for all public transportations, museums and cruises to the fjords and the Bygdoy peninsula..easy to have and convenient !
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Good product"

Recommended by herisson, 24 Sep 10
I really recommand to take an Oslo Pass : you can travel in many places with the different (and normally expensive) public transports and there are many things to see which are included and well explained.

It just misses a map with a "zoom out" (when we have a stay outside Oslo).
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Searching"

Recommended by , 19 Sep 10
The Oslo Pass was a great convenience, we just had a hard time finding where to wait for the correct bus, etc.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"comodo y rentable"

Recommended by luis barrera, 16 Sep 10
La gran comodidad de no tener que pagar en ningun tipo de transporte urbano, tren, tranvia, autobus, metro o barco es un ahorro y una gran ventaja. Otra ventaja es la de tener entrada libre en todos los museos y lugares mas importantes y emblematicos de oslo, ademas de descuentos en hoteles y en algunas las compras que se puedan realizar. Aunque pueda parecer cara al adquirirla, si se quiere y se sabe aprovechar bien, en tres dias resulta muy economica.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Aussume Oslo!!"

Recommended by , 15 Sep 10
We had a great time. We attended my daughters wedding , the otur, the food...we'll go back soon!
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"buy it"

Recommended by donatella, 11 Sep 10
oslo is more expensive oslo pass is a good way to spend your money
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Value for Money"

Recommended by SQFLYER72, 09 Sep 10
A good for value city pass especially for an expensive city like Oslo.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Mgt, 06 Sep 10
Found the Oslo pass very easy to use and good value. It was very good that it could be used for all transport.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"excellent product, easy to use...."

Recommended by , 05 Sep 10
excellent product, easy to use. The only complaint is that we didn't stay in Oslo long enough to see everything!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"A time and money saver!"

Recommended by Steve, 04 Sep 10
I was a bit skeptical about the Oslo Pass, as I was not sure I would be able to make adequate use of it. However, not only did I save lots of money by using the pass, but also time by not having to buy tickets! I bought the 72-hour pass and got the free harbor tour and transport to the museum peninsula - it was great! I highly recommend the Oslo Pass to everyone visiting Oslo. Do keep in mind that Oslo is one of the most expensive cities on the planet - the Oslo Pass helps a lot! We even got discounts at restaurants!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Een uitkomst"

Recommended by Jopie, 01 Sep 10
Ik heb de Oslopas via internet besteld en betaald. Het ophalen verliep vlot. Ik kreeg nuttige informatie van een vriendelijke VVV medewerker in Oslo. We hebben prachtige musea bezocht. Helaas was het Vigelandmuseum net twee dagen gesloten gedurende de komende 2 jaar. Maar het park maakte alles goed. Handig van de bus in de metro etc.

Overall opinion

5 of 5

"It really works."

Recommended by Alex from Mexico, 30 Aug 10
My wife and I used the Pass during our visit to Oslo and I can asure that we save money and time with the Pass.
Buy it¡¡¡¡¡¡
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Beautiful holiday"

Recommended by Melli, 30 Aug 10
Osla Pass is very special and its the best. There are so many offers which you can use you did not find them in another pass like this. Free entry into the museums, you can use T-Bane, Tram and Bus in the city center and so on.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Best idea"

Recommended by Paolo, 27 Aug 10
The best idea to visit Oslo
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"olso pass"

Recommended by tano, 25 Aug 10
easy to use once a time you understand the way. Improvement could be done ==> only one map with the underground and the city ( and not necessary to use three maps to understand where you are )
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Oslo Pass is a must! "

Recommended by Lute, 24 Aug 10
My husband and I spent last Friday and the weekend in Oslo. Oslo is a pleasant city for a short holiday. With Oslo Pass we enjoyed our intensive sightseeing programme in a relaxed way (also money wise...). This was my first time in Norway, and i am very impressed how things are arranged for toursits in Oslo!!! i am already missing this city and I will definately come back to Oslo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"An easy way to visit Oslo"

Recommended by MarcoIT, 20 Aug 10
It was really good to have visit Oslo pass.
Especially for a family, I paid less for mews, museums and restaurant. I cought just to relax the boat from Oslo and Fram museum and folklore museum.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Superweekend"

Recommended by Fiete, 18 Aug 10
The pass enabled us to see a lot of things without spending a lot of money. It was quite simple to hop from the bus to the tram and the ferry and to enter in the different museums.
This pass is an ingenious invention and we would be glad to have these possibilities in other countries. Thanks a lot.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Perfect way to visit the city"

Recommended by fogliaverde, 17 Aug 10
Very usefull card, all museums and transport free
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo pass is a must"

Recommended by greenglow, 15 Aug 10
The Oslo pass is awesome. You get access to all public transport, most of the attractions in town and also an excellent book that is a very good starting point to discovering what to do and how to get there. With the Oslo pass, you could have a terrific experience of Oslo even if you arrived without any prior notion of the town. I definitely recommend it.
I picked-up mine at the tourist information centre inside Trafikanten tower by the central station coming from the airport by flytoget and the staff there is very welcoming and efficient. Ask for a map and any questions you have, they are super.

Overall opinion

5 of 5

"makes the visit trouble-free and..."

Recommended by , 13 Aug 10
makes the visit trouble-free and effortless; the addition of the herbour cruise on the 72 hour pass makes it particularly attractive
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo pass for seniors"

Recommended by Ken, 12 Aug 10
The Oslo pass that is available to seniors is very good value if you are travelling without a car. It enabled us to achieve, see and experience so much of your lovely city. It was much appreciated, thank you.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Very generous. You can experience..."

Recommended by Swedish visitors august 2010, 08 Aug 10
Very generous. You can experience art, history, Norwegian performances (discoveries) environment by using combinations of transport (metro, trikk, bus, boat) in a short time. Had time to visit nearly everything during our visit.
The only complication was using your own car to the destination and finding information enough about autopass.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Experience in Oslo"

Recommended by , 08 Aug 10
As an Australian tourist I found the Oslo pass fantastic it was easy to use, money saving and all the participants very helpful with any questions. Thankyou Hils fra Australia
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Gjør oppholdet meningsfullt og enkelt"

Recommended by Pankrist, 06 Aug 10
Meget bra produkt. Passet sammen med heftet gir en mulighet til å planlegge og gjennomføre ønskede besøk på en meget effektiv og grei måte. Gode kart og bskrivelser, samt enkelt bare å kunne hoppe på første offentlige transportmiddel.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Hotel Opera Thon- Oslo"

Recommended by Rod (Australia), 04 Aug 10
Excellent location right at Oslo S. Excellent service, will definitely stay again
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"A must for a tourist!"

Recommended by AJ, 04 Aug 10
It was definitely worth it.No tickets whatsoever,flash the card and walk into almost everything that you wish to see,except the Royal Palace of course - the only regret,but i can understand why..otherwise,a must for everyone travelling to Oslo,buy it appropriately - the longer the duration of your stay,the better the value.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Value for Money"

Recommended by , 03 Aug 10
Within less than one day on Bygdøy the 2 day pass had paid for itself. Hassle free touring. Loved it.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Saves you from fumbling with wallets"

Recommended by KT from USA, 03 Aug 10
For me, the biggest benefit of the Oslo Pass was not having to pull out my wallet and fumble with cash or credit cards as I went from museum to museum. Also, to know that I could jump on public transportation and not worry about purchasing tickets made it much easier (and gave me more confidence) for getting around. I didn't take advantage of all the benefits offered, but the two I did made life while traveling much easier.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Worth a visit"

Recommended by Maddie, 30 Jul 10
Oslo is a very beautiful city, very friendly people. Its monuments and museums are very impressive. The city is easy to get around good transport links. The Oslo pass is a must if you intend to visit all of the cities attractions. The weather in July was very pleasent.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"MYE FOR PENGENE"

Recommended by AEP, 30 Jul 10
Her kan man virkelig få utforkset hovedstaden for 430 kr (voksen, 3 dager). Vi - to voksne og tre barn - var bl.a i Holmenkollen, Tusenfryd, Frognerbadet, reptilparken, spiste på Peppes, og kjørte kollektivt dagen lang. Anbefales!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"My experience in Oslo"

Recommended by Luigi, 30 Jul 10
I stayed in oslo for 5 days. I bought two Oslo Pass(72 and 48 hours).This card is excellent,you can go,free,in all the museums and can use all the transports.
The Hotel,Confort Hotel Borkpassen,was confortable. In the rooms there aren't lockers and frigos,but it is a good hotel. The staff was very present and nice.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"the best invention ever"

Recommended by Per og Wil Bakken, 29 Jul 10
We can recommand the Oslopass to everyone!! You can see a lot of Oslo and you have no parkingproblems! If we go back to Oslo we will use it again!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Billetter til infrastruktur"

Recommended by Bondeberte, 26 Jul 10
Vi er bønder i byen og har ikke skjønt hvordan en får billetter til buss, trikk og undergrunn. Med Oslo-kortet kunne vi reise trygt rundt uten å bekymre oss. Vårt 6 år gamle barnebarn synes til og med at det var dagens høydepunkter. Dagen skulle bare vært lenger!
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Oslo passet giver rigtig god..."

Recommended by Inger fra Danmark., 24 Jul 10
Oslo passet giver rigtig god mulighed for, at få set en masse spændende museer og komme rundt med velfungerende offentlig transport. I sær transportdelen nød vi stor glæde af. Det kan ofte været svært, at sætte sig ind i billet og klippekort systemet i en fremmed storby, men med Oslo passet var det bare, at stige af og på inden for 4 zone området, som var tydeligt afbilled i guiden som vi fik udleveret sammen med kortene.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Makes your trip to Oslo easier and cheaper."

Recommended by Alanynn, 24 Jul 10
Oslo Pass is very convenient - you just have to stamp it the first time you use it and it's valid for a specified time from that moment. You don't have to worry about tickets or time - just travel with anything you like for as long as you need.

The most popular museums and objects are free to visit with Oslo Pass, which makes your trip way cheaper.

It's the best way to see Oslo when you're there for only a few days and want to visit as many places as possible.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"VISITOSLO, the best way to dicover the city."

Recommended by Claude Delsaut (Belgium) claudelsaut@aol.be, 24 Jul 10
First of all, OSLO is a wonderful city. Then, if you realy want to dicover it, the best solution is the "OSLO PASS" that you can find near "VISITOSLO".

Thank you very much

Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by , 24 Jul 10
The Oslo Pass was a very convenient way to travel in the city and to see many of the sites. I would recommend that a visitor to Oslo invest in the Oslo Pass to make the most of their stay.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"The Oslo Pass is a..."

Recommended by , 22 Jul 10
The Oslo Pass is a great deal for travellers who want to get to know the city!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Recommended!"

Recommended by Clare84, 21 Jul 10
This pass is excellent for those who would be using public transport, we didnt really use any public buses or trams but still found the discount (between 15 and 20% off) helpful in alleviating the money end in expensive Oslo!
It's also important to know that it only starts working from the first time you use it, rather than at the start of the day, so if you're not arriving until the afternoon it will only be validated from first use!
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Good for the driving of puplic city trains - like metro, ..."

Recommended by Doug33, 21 Jul 10
You must have it
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Oslo Pass = Stress-free weekend"

Recommended by Chicago Gal, 20 Jul 10
For someone new to international travel and currency, the Oslo Pass made my experience in Olso less stressful since I had to worry less about paying for many different things. Paid once, and almost all my transportation and activities were taken care of for the whole weekend!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Quick and Easy"

Recommended by The Texas Bear, 16 Jul 10
My wife and I each purchased a 72hour Oslo Pass during our recent visit to Oslo. We made it to most of the museums, and entry was always quick and easy. But the best of the pass--the ability to get on public transportation and go where we chose, and we took advantage of that feature. We ventured out on several of the bus routes, enjoying the scenery and the people. I wish more cities with public transportation offered such a feature. Oslo, keep up the good work.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Hestia, 14 Jul 10
Very practical for public transport and entrance to museums.
I paid by credit card - it would have been nice to get the pass on forehand at home with the booklet. Now I had to come first to the Tourist Information to get the pass.
Especialy for "seniors" it was at a very good price! Thank you.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Very useful product"

Recommended by , 13 Jul 10
Very practical and convenient, easy to use, I can just recommand it to all visitors of Oslo
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"godd value for money"

Recommended by Rachel, 13 Jul 10
thepass was very easy to use and was very good value for money. It gives a good variety of museums and attractions plus a description of each. A must for any visitor to Oslo
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Not enough translation in german..."

Recommended by , 13 Jul 10
Not enough translation in german language !
Overall opinion

3 of 5

All the information in the Oslo Pass booklet is also in German. Our German speaking staff at the counter is available for support. We hope you enjoyed Oslo!

"OsloPass 48h Experiences"

Recommended by Hans, 12 Jul 10
We ordered the OsloPass several min advance of our journey and tried to use it in advance for a booking with OsloPass discount of a Fjord sightseeing trip, both via visitoslo.com.
Unfortunately the discount could not be given - the bad thing is, that you cannot recognize this on the web pages. although we were able to cancel the Sightseeing tour right away, we had to pay the cancellataion fee - not very amusing!
Otherwise the Pass was OK - we used it for busses and tram and had free admission to some museums. We did not really sum up the amount of money we might have saved or maybe could have saved without the OsloPass, but it simply made it easier for us to use the local traffic.
We also participated in a guided walking tour (included in the Pass). The information and city sights we got here were not really worth joining, unfortunately it was not in German.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Using Oslo Pass during my..."

Recommended by SindhuMA, 07 Jul 10
Using Oslo Pass during my stay in Oslo was a wonderful experience to feel the town itself in its essence. Oslo's culture depicted in various museums of the town had free entry because of this pass and to move within the town the public transport was also free of cost. So one can save a lot while using Oslo pass and enjoy Oslo to its full.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Keeping it simple"

Recommended by Bruce, 07 Jul 10
Visited Oslo on a city break for the first time and found both the pass and booklet to be extremely useful and good value for money. Starting at 3pm on the Saturday we used our 24 pass on the museum boat, entrance to the Fram and Viking ship museums, bus between the two, discount at the Ice Bar and then on Sunday up to 3pm, transport and entry to the Munch museum, transport to Vigeland park and back to city centre and entrance to the Reptile House.

Oslo isn't a cheap place to visit, but the pass really helped.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslokort :)"

Recommended by Brittany, 06 Jul 10
Oslokorten var svært bra og jeg har sett mye sakker av Oslo i tre dager. Man kan bruke alle busser og baner i Oslo Soner 1-4 og også båter til Bygdøy og øyene i Oslofjorden. Det var PERFEKT!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"OSLO PASS"

Recommended by fab, 02 Jul 10
very good idea, save lots of money and give you more feeling going around the city...
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Ordering correct pass"

Recommended by Linda Sue, 01 Jul 10
As we arrived in the afternoon and were leaving in about 24 hours. The 24 hour pass would have been sufficent for us. We had ordered the 48 hour pass. The transportation and getting in and out of the museums was wonderful. You didn 't have to make sure you had enough cash to get in the doors or get on the ferry or bus.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"The pass to Oslo wonders"

Recommended by Liza, 17 Jun 10
Oslo pass is a great way to discover the city: you do not count money to decide which museums to visit, you can enter any of them and just decide inside, to stay longer or to go to the next one. All the transport is available and the variety of sport activities is great (a swimming pool is a good break during a day walk).
Thanks a lot!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Does Not Have To Be As Expensive As You Think!!"

Recommended by , 17 Jun 10
The Oslo Pass really is great value for money - this is the second time we have been to Oslo for a tennis Tournamnet in 3 weeks, the first time we arrived we were not aware of the product and in the space of 4 days for 1 adult and 2 children we spent over 2,500 NOK on transport and museum entrances.

We purchased a 72 hour pass this time and this saved 80% off the previous cost, c480 NOK for the 3 of us and also used it in TGI's for a 20% discount off a food bill of 1,600 NOK, so the saving alone in the restuarant, which paid for two thirds of the costs of the pass.

Improvements, more restaurant discounts as eating out is prohibitively expensive and although Oslo is a beautiful city and cheap to get there, hotels, eating out and drinks are out of proportion to costs found within the Euro Zone and in the UK
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Fantastic Value"

Recommended by Julia Arthur, 16 Jun 10
The Oslo Pass represents real value for money and does indeed save you money. It was particularly useful for us as we were on a short break so it meant we could get around a number of venues - picking out the highlights in each - before moving on to the next. You wouldn't be able to do that if you had been paying each time.
Absolutely recommend you buy an Oslo pass if you are visiting the city.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Value for money"

Recommended by CK, 16 Jun 10
The OSLO pass was value for money and a peace of mind. I did not have to worry about buying which ticket for which type of transport. The free pass to some museums also help. I would buy it again when I visit OSLO.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Nice kind of save money and visit a lot of places!!"

Recommended by carlosgmaya, 16 Jun 10
Oslo it´s a beautiful place where you can visit a lot of places, museums, etc. and the Oslo pass get all more easy to do and cheaper than if you pay all alone!!! Nice weekend at Oslo!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"härliga upplevelser, många fina minnen,..."

Recommended by leiwi, 15 Jun 10
härliga upplevelser, många fina minnen, en skön helg
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Excellent package"

Recommended by Andrej, 15 Jun 10
It was a very good option for us - you don't need to think if something is good or not - just go in and if you don't like, just go to another attraction. This gives you really great flexibility.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Vi hann se mycket"

Recommended by Eva och Birger, 14 Jun 10
Tre dagar i Oslo, jag och min vuxne son. Vi hann med 20 sevärdheter tack vare våra Oslo Pass. Vi behövde inte tveka om vi skulle gå in eller ej när det var kort öppettid kvar. Vi tycker bägge att detta var ett utmärkt köp. Vi kommer rekommendera andra att köpa det.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Excellent should be an option!"

Recommended by BD, 07 Jun 10
Oslo is a really expensive city but the Oslo Pass makes it bearable and much easier. Use it for trams, buses, boats and of course the museums. Worth every penny.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Good value for money"

Recommended by Anja, 04 Jun 10
We enjoyed interesting days in the museums of Oslo and used the public transport at lot. It was a pitty that only very few restaurants grant a discount with the Oslo pass. Would be nice if these offers could be expanded in the future.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"molto conveniente!"

Recommended by Sciampli, 04 Jun 10
l'ideale per visitare Oslo e le sue attrattive in modo economico.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"The Oslo Pass is a great travel companion!"

Recommended by Gemma, 01 Jun 10
The Oslo Pass is an invalubale asset to any traveller in Oslo as public transport is extremely good but, like everything else in the city, also very expensive. Consequently, the Oslo Pass takes away any worry over paying for buses, trams, the museuem ferry boat etc and also gets you into museums free and gives you discounts on other things- like food at certain restaurants and the 2-hour fjord sightseeing cruise leaving from pier 3 (which I went on).
The only thing I would mention is to be sure that you plan on using public transport before you go- as I found that our hotel was so central in the city that we could walk almost everywhere we wanted to go and so didn't end up using our 72-hour pass anything like as much as we thought we would. But still a great product.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"best thing you can do"

Recommended by Michaela, 29 May 10
We make very much with the oslo pass. it was much more cheaper to do all the things with the pass, as without. It was very uncomplicated. You only had to show it and everything works. Thank You!!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Worth money"

Recommended by Rudaake, 24 May 10
Very good thing and really saves money. Recommend it to every tourist.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Toucan Tango, 23 May 10
The Oslo Pass is a great value if you qualify as a Senior.
We were able to use the pass to provide transportation to the various museums along with admission to these museums.
We enjoyed our brief one day stay in Oslo!
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Easy way to get access to oslo's transport and sightseeing facilities"

Recommended by Flavius, 22 May 10
The Oslo-Pass is a good way if you want to see oslo's museums without any circumstances with buying tickets for bus, train, metro (t-bane), ferrys and so on. If you want to see oslo by feet and if you do not plan to visit 2 or 3 museums each day, it will not pay itself.
But in my opinion the ferrys to the little islands in the oslo-fjord and the mini-cruise (on a very nice motorized sailing-ship) which is included in the 3-day-pass together with the free entrances in nearly all museums is worth to buy it.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"best option for a complete sightseeing"

Recommended by spansk, 22 May 10
I was with my family 2 days in Oslo, the first-one was the National Day and it was not neccesary to move too much in the city because the parade was in downtown and the ambience was spectacular.
But the second day we booked oslo pass for everyone and it was a fantastic and usefull tool for moving in Oslo, take bus,tram,ferry...free entrance in the most of the museums...

I reccomend it to every tourist which goes to Oslo.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Definitely indispensable"

Recommended by Michel, 19 May 10
If you really want to visit Oslo, if you need to take the bus/subway/tramway lot, if you want to visit every musee, you need the Oslo Pass. This pass will save you a lot of money and help you go everywhere you want to.

Highly commendable.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"En rigtig dejlig dag"

Recommended by Helle, 15 May 10
Vi havde en rigtig god dag, hvor vi fik set en hel masse. Det er let at komme rundt i Oslo med offentlig transport, og vi oplevede kun ganske lidt ventetid. Vi nåede stort set alt, hvad vi havde sat os for på den korte tid, vi havde. Vi vender helt sikkert tilbage, og så tager vi nok en overnatning eller to næste gang for at nå mere.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Oslo Pass - Excellent value for money"

Recommended by Coty, 12 May 10
There is no cheaper way to go around Oslo and access the museums than the Oslo Pass. Great value for a 24-hour period in which the use of tram, subway, ferry and bus is allowed, as well as entrance for many museums. I used ferry, bus, tram and subway, plus entered to the castle, Homelkonnen, Fram Museum and Vikings Museum; otherwise, this would have cost me a fortune! Thanks a lot for this great pass.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Synpunkt på Oslopasset"

Recommended by Christer Hellström, Sverige, 06 May 10
Oslopasset gav vad jag hade förväntat mig. Fria resor förr mig og mia gäster. Fria entrréer till vussa muséer (Kon-Tiki, Vikingskips-muséet, Frammuséet)...

Kortet fungerade som det var tänkt (no problems at all). Oslopasset var värt pengarna...
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Excellent value"

Recommended by Dinky, 27 Apr 10
We had a 48 hour pass and used it to travel by tram and bus, visit museums and give us a discount on food. The booklet that came with it gave very valuable information about where to go and what to see. We collected tram and bus timetables and were easily able to navigate ourselves around the city - and did't have to keep getting money out to pay for things!! We would recommend it to anyone.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"great break in oslo"

Recommended by NACHAGUAY, 16 Apr 10
WE SPEND THREE DAYS IN OSLO. WE HAVE BOOKED OUR HOTEL AND THE OSLO PASS THROUGH VISIT OSLO AND EVERYTHING WAS VERY EASE AND COMFORTABLE. I RECOMMEND THE PRODUCT THOROUGHLY!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Visit Oslo by yourself"

Recommended by Silke Lemm, 15 Apr 10
I think the Oslo pass is a real good thing, because everybody could go and see everything that is in it´s own interests in a self made time table.
We travelled with a child and a teenager and were very pleased of this offer because the using of tram, bus and ferry as well as the entries for four persons could sum up very fast. Oslo has a lot of things to show and the combination of public traffic and museum entries etc. seems to me like a very educated and well made plan to show Oslo to everybody who really have an interest to dive into life of the city and it´s cultural offer and makes it even more attractive.
Well done, we would use it again anyhow - and we are looking forward to come back to Oslo again as soon as possible!
Silke Lemm/Germany
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by The Rees family, 13 Apr 10
As a family of four we had a fantastic long weekend in Oslo and the Oslo Pass really helped. It was great to be able to travel all around without worrying about organising tickets, and the free entry to so many attractions meant that we got the most from our visit. The discount on some restaurants was an added bonus! Best of all we all loved the free mini-cruise!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Weekend Oslo"

Recommended by Louis, 12 Apr 10
We had a brilliant time in Oslo and the OsloPass is a cheap and efficient way to visit the city.
Fantstic city, great welcome, we look forward to go back and visit the rest of the country...
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great experiance with Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Goran, 12 Apr 10
I used the 48 hours Oslo Pass and enjoyed every second with it. It enabled me to visit more attractions that I have planned in the first place. Considering the prices in Oslo I would say that it should be mandatory for anyone who wants to stay even for a day in Oslo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Great product"

Recommended by Maria, 10 Apr 10
I bought 1 adult pass and 3 children passes and we spend a great time in Oslo. Everything was so much simpler and convenient. It's a great product.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Lettvint"

Recommended by Trond, 06 Apr 10
Veldig lettvint og enkelt med Oslo Passet, var kun å vise det frem der vi var, og ingen spørsmål. Anbefaler dette til andre!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Opening hours"

Recommended by Cristina M.G., 23 Mar 10
The Oslo Pass was really a best value deal.
My only complaint regards the opening hours of shops, museums, etc.
The shops close at 6 and the museums close at 4 and after that the city "dies" and you have nothing to do.
And the sunday everithing (but some museum) is close.
Anyway, everybody in Norway is very friendly and I strongly suggest the Oslo Pass to every visitor.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

" If you are going..."

Recommended by berlin, 23 Mar 10
If you are going to visit museums (some of them are really very interesting) then you should buy Oslo pass! If not: buy a 24 -transport ticket (70 Kr)
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"very good"

Recommended by Dotty, Preston UK, 22 Mar 10
Oslo pass is very helpful especially all ways of communication and entrance to all museums. Perhaps a bigger choice in restaurants would be a good idea.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Enkelt og greit"

Recommended by Jan Eirik Johnsen, 21 Mar 10
Er veldig fornøyd med Oslo pass. Det eneste som jeg mener kan forbedres er tilgjengelighet. Det at man må på trafikktrianglet for å plukke det opp kan være tungvindt. Det burde vært mulig å kjøpe kortet andre plasser også (eks. kiosker, hoteller etc.)
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo weekend break"

Recommended by Doctor John, 18 Mar 10
The Oslo Pass was invaluable, everyone was so helpful, and it 'opened doors' all round the City.

I BOUGHT IT ON-LINE, BUT THERE SEEMED TO BE ONLY LIMITED PLACES WHERE IT COULD BE COLLECTED.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Olso Pass"

Recommended by Elaine Blackshields, 15 Mar 10
The Oslo Pass is fantastic! We got to see so much with it and is well worth the money. Oslo can be a bit expensive in general but with the Oslo Pass you'd be surprised how much savings you can make. Would recomment it to anyone going to Oslo - make sure it's the first thing you purchase!!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"A must have!"

Recommended by Franco, 10 Mar 10
If you decide to visit Oslo you must have the Oslo Pass, museums, public transport and even parking are completely free.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo"

Recommended by Oklahoma State University, 08 Mar 10
I thought the Oslo Pass was good. I thought that they should check everyone's Oslo Pass when doing transportation via Metro, Tram, or Bus. Also, we were not told to get a stamp for the museum until the second day.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"très pratique"

Recommended by anais, 04 Mar 10
j'ai l'habitude de prendre des pass dans différentes villes mais celui-ci est le meilleur. Il comprend les transports en commun, les musées, sorties, restaurants et autres.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Good and a little bad"

Recommended by W.M.Bijnevelt, 27 Feb 10
To get the Oslo pass was real easy, we ordered it on the internet and picked it up at the tourist information. We used the card for a lot of museums and for the bus,tram and metro.
We also tried to use it for a discount at Peppes Piza but that was not a succes because we didn`t read verry well, there was only a discount for big pizza`s and we thought it was for everything.We enjoyed our stay at Oslo and the Oslo Pass was a great help for us and not in the last place for the information we got with it.
They have send it to our home in Holland so that we could plan our stay in Oslo!!!!
So thank you Oslo-Pass
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Makes life easy"

Recommended by UK visitor, 19 Feb 10
Having the Oslo Pass makes getting around really easy - no need to carry a load of cash and faff around working out the correct fare. Saves money on museum entry - it's easy to fit in a few different visits in one day.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"An Easy way to visit Oslo..."

Recommended by Didou, 19 Feb 10
The Pass allows many things, such as free public transport access and free museums as well! It was very nice, especially withe the transport, because it was a bit cold!
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Oslo Pass 48 Stunden"

Recommended by Nicky aus Berlin , 18 Feb 10
Noch vor unserem Oslo aufenthalt im Februar 2010 buchten wir uns den Oslo Pass für 48 Stunden. Unsere gesamte Urlaubszeit betrug 4 Tage. Wi entschieden uns, den Pass erst am 2. Tag zu stempel, um zunächst die nähere Umgebung unseres Hotels zu erkunden. Mit der Bahn fuhren wir beim ersten Einsatz des Passes in die Nähe des Holmenkollen mit der Linie 1, um letztlich Langlaufski für 20% weniger zu mieten und somit die Loipen / Berge unsicher zu machen. Den Tag ließen wir mit dem winterlichen Rundgang ausklingen (Ersparnis je Person 150 NKR). Am nächsten Tag besuchten wir in Bygdoy 3 Museen, der Pass ermöglichte uns den kostenlosen Zugang (Ersparnis je Museum 60 bzw. 80 NKR) sowie die Busfahrt hin & zurück. Im TGI Friday ließen wir uns schließlich, zurück in der City, mit weiteren Prozenten Leckeres von der Mittagskarte schmecken. Im Friedensnobelpreis-Museum sparten wir erneut den Eintritt (80 NKR). Wir sind rundum zufrieden und empfehlen jedem Kurzurlauber in der Wintersaison den Kauf des OSLO Passes. 48 Std. reichten für unsere Interessen vollkommen aus. Den Einsatz von 340 NKR haben wir -nach unserem Urlaub zusammengefasst- spielend genutzt.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"AWESOME!"

Recommended by funkykiwi19, 11 Feb 10
Unsure about what we would be getting from this pass (even with all of the information online!) my friend and I were pleasantly surprised by all of the museums and walking tours we were very much interested in. It was truly great to have the opportunity to be a part of so many parts of Oslo that I may not have otherwise seen. Takk!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Travel dag."

Recommended by Ester, 22 Dec 09
Jeg og barnebarnet mitt reiste rundt i Oslo på kryss og tvers siden hun ville prøve å reise med trikk, tog, buss m.v. Stor dag for henne. vi spiste lunch på fridays, og fikk veldig god service der.
Til og med til Snarøya var vi......på finalen til X-factor. Stor opplevelse, jeg er fornøyd med kortet og prisen på kortet......men det bør ikke bli dyrere.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"HA SIDO FANTASTICO"

Recommended by Natàlia, 12 Dec 09
Ha sido muy útil el oslo pass.
Muchas gracias
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"An experience..."

Recommended by Ana F, 10 Dec 09
It was a nice experience to be in a complete different country, with different culture. We did by the Oslo Pass by internet in our home town and when we arrived to Oslo we went to pick it up and everything was alright. People were very nice in the Information Tourism and did explain us how to get anywhere.
We bought Oslo Pass for 72h and it was the best choice for us :)
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"A highlight downtown"

Recommended by Ulrich von Hoesslin, 29 Nov 09
We arrived at the airport of Oslo and took the train downtown.You leave the trainstation and are just opposite of the hotel.The poeple at the reception were very friendly and the room was nicely decorated.The breakfast buffett was very lecker and we enjoyed the breakfasts before going on our sightseeing.Right in front of the hotel you have also the Metro,Tram and Busstation.To go to the passenger area takes you about 3 minutes and aslo to the harbour.
Whenever I go back to Oslo I would stay again in the Continental.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Det hvar effektiv og jeg..."

Recommended by Sara, 26 Nov 09
Det hvar effektiv og jeg fikk god hjelp
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"oslo pass is a must"

Recommended by Lenny, 25 Nov 09
buy the oslo pass. it's cheap and very comfortable to use. no more money for everything you do in oslo.

la oslo pass è fondamentale per poter girare con i mezzi e visitare tutti i musei. davvero comoda perchè ti permette di non usare soldi. oltretutto è conveniente perchè oslo è carissima (ogni cosa costa almeno il doppio che in italia)
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Wondefull trip to Oslo !"

Recommended by , 18 Nov 09
It was a weekend trip to Oslo. The Oslo Pass was very usefull, gave us entry to the most museums we saw and the ability to the transport. Nice idea with it!
Our hostel wasn't exactly so nice as in the pictures. It was Sentrum Pensjonat on Tollbugaten 8, Oslo. Very nosiy and a lot of smoking people on the corridors. They had parties till 5 a.m. and once activated an fire alarm in early morning. The staff was very friendly at all. There was little showers only 4 for the whole pensjonat.
Howerver, the beutiful experiences, friendly Oslo people, and the man who asked 'If Poland is a free country now? (We have democtacy sine 20 years :) ) everything was fantastic.
The worst thing was the prices. It was a very very very expensive country. Dinner costs about 50 zl, in Poland you can buy two of them in a middle range restaurant.
In counclusion I like this country, and me and my mother felt in love with it !
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"useful"

Recommended by , 16 Nov 09
Oslo Pass makes it easy to travel around Oslo using any means of transport and without worrying about buying individual tickets for buses/trams/underground. Many museums are free anyway so this bit does not save up a huge amount of money, but still encourages to visit nice places since they are free. It gives a lot of freedom to people who visit Oslo for the first time. I would definitely recommend it.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Good, with a comment"

Recommended by Adri1, 15 Nov 09
Very good value for money, however it is a shame that between end october and January all Summer offers are fnished, and all winter offers not started.. A bit frustating when you pay more than 40 euros for 3 days, but still saves some money.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"lovely time"

Recommended by RIGAUD, 13 Nov 09
we spent a lovely time in Oslo, in this Anker hotel and in the town ; we enjoyed pleasant people and museums (FRAM, MUNCH, VIKING, etc)

it was a nice moment

thanks everybody in Anker hotel and in Oslo
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Food web site"

Recommended by Giorgia, 10 Nov 09
VisitOslo.com is a very good web-site. It helped me to' sent a good time to visit this beautiful city in a short time. OsloPass is a very good. Thank you so much. Takk!!!
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"The pass is good value...."

Recommended by , 31 Oct 09
The pass is good value. There are many museums free in Oslo and therefore it is possible to have a good time in Oslo without the pass.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Réservez l'hotel + le pack..."

Recommended by Michel, strasbourg, france, 30 Oct 09
Réservez l'hotel + le pack visit olslo, super sympa, à regretter en hiver : fermeture de la navette fluviale vers les musés.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Uses"

Recommended by , 28 Oct 09
Covers what you need.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Extraordinary"

Recommended by Chamsedine, 19 Oct 09
Nice people, extraordinary nature.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Susan, 12 Oct 09
Oslo is a great city with very friendly people! The people at the tourist info were very helpful about getting around. I would recommend the Oslo pass to anyone going for a visit. It takes the hassle out of always buying tickets for public transport and attractions.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"oslo pass"

Recommended by baa, 12 Oct 09
For meg og mine barn som var på en "budget" tur, så var dette perfekt. Vi fikk med oss mange serverdigheter og kom fra sted til sted på uten å måtte tenke på hva hver enkelt ting kostet. Alt var betalt på forhånd. Supert!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo - Marathon "

Recommended by James , 06 Oct 09
I recently visited Oslo. It was my first visit to Norway. The purpose of my visit was to compete in the Oslo Marathon. In total, I spent 4 days in Oslo for a long weekend break. It was a fantastic trip and I would recommend Oslo as a destination to anyone. It is a beautiful city, feeling more like a town or large village due to its friendly nature. The harbour area & the views from the Royal Palace looking back along Karl Johans Gate are definitely highlights. Anywhere is within easy walking distance in compact Oslo. The city museums are outstanding, particularly the Fram & Maritime Museum. As for the marathon, it is a young event still growing in popularity but I am quite sure that with time, it will be similar in size to other Scandinavian maratons such as Helsinki & Stockholm. I recommend Thon Hotels, there are many across the city & they are a good choice catering for many types of traveller. I will return to Oslo again in the future.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Everything was cheaper and easier..."

Recommended by Dounia, 06 Oct 09
Everything was cheaper and easier thanks to the Oslo pass. I am glad I've bought it.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"It's a nice option to trave to Oslo"

Recommended by Silchu, 01 Oct 09
I really suggest this product who want to visit Oslo. It's very convenient!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"OSLO PASS"

Recommended by DIANNE COOK, AUSTRALIA, 29 Sep 09
THIS IS VERY GOOD VALUE FOR MONEY. I FOUND OSLO TO BE A VERY EXPENSIVE CITY TO VISIT AND WAS VERY GLAD TO HAVE CHOSEN THE OSLO PASS AS IT SAVED ME QUITE A LOT OF MONEY.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Ultra Allan, 23 Sep 09
A great idea and value for money. If only this was available in every major city.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"The easiest way to alive Oslo"

Recommended by , 22 Sep 09
No problem in t-bane, busses, museums - overall friendly and helpful people, whe we showed our Oslo-Card. It was the best idea to order it. And it was a very good idea to order it via Internet two days before.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"A good subject of marketing for Oslo"

Recommended by Martin Schulz, Germany, 21 Sep 09
Unkompliziert zu bestellen und zu erhalten. Gute Auswahl der Angebote. Besonders angenehm die kostenfreie Nutzung der öffentlichen Verkehrsmittel. Lohnend die Museumsbesuche.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by tanja from Cologne, 19 Sep 09
It's a very easy handling with the Oslo Pass. If you book online, you receive a voucher via email. With this voucher you can go to the Tourist Information and change it into Oslo Pass. You have to stamp it in the machine on your first ride with bus, tram, etc... or your first attraction.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Sprachgenie"

Not recommended by Emmentaler Hügelbauer, 06 Sep 09
Leider bin ich der englischen Sprache nicht mächtig und habe auf der deutsprachigen Seite von Oslo-Transport gebucht. Die Angebote wurden jedoch nicht in deutscher Sprache ausgeführt. Es empfiehlt sich, erst Englisch zu lernen und erst danach Oslo zu besuchen, das uns im Übrigen sehr gut gefallen hat. Der Reiseführer zum Oslopass finde ich gut.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Oslo (August Bank Holiday U K)"

Recommended by Hugo, 05 Sep 09
Couldn't have seen so much without the Oslo Pass.

Free entry encouraged me to visit exhibitions I might not otherwise have considered.

The convenience of being able to travel without the complication of paying for individual fares on bus tram tube or rail for each journey was particularly appreciated.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"wonderful!!! We surely will come to Oslo once again."

Recommended by g.Sandholzer, Austria, 05 Sep 09
With our OsloPass we could see so much interesting museums without any entry.
A lunch cruise in the Oslo Fjord was so wonderful, because we could speak and laugh with people from Italy and Canada.
Oslo ist not so dfifficult for visitors. Soon we knew how to drive from A to B.
Sometime when we looked in our map, people asked us:" Can I help you?"
Next time we want to come to Oslo with our friends.
29 years ago first time we were in Norway. We love this counrty and the nice and friendly people.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass Review"

Recommended by Phil Newcastle, 02 Sep 09
The Oslo Pass was very economical and enabled me to visit all the museums I wanted to see. I would recommend it to anybody visiting Oslo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Visiting Oslo for the first time"

Recommended by Doreen, 02 Sep 09
We used our Oslo pass to travel around the city in trams, trains, buses and ferries, visting museums and parks along the way. Our only regret was that we opted for the 48-hour pass and not the 72-hour one! We did make sure that the 48 hours didn't include Monday, since most of the museums close on that day. Next time we will definitely be opting for the longer pass - there is so much to see.

The transport system was very easy to use and everyone we met was extremely helpful.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"It's very convenience for traveller...."

Recommended by H.H. Wong, 02 Sep 09
It's very convenience for traveller. We bought 72 hours pass and went to anywhere, especially we catched the last pawn buffet lunch cruise, it was a good memory.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"braaa"

Recommended by Federica, 27 Aug 09
Oslo var kjempe fin og oslo pass var veldig nyttig!! :D
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Our vacation in Oslo !"

Recommended by Christin , 23 Aug 09
I have been to Oslo many times to visit family, and spend a summer going to bygdoy, akhershus, Frogner Park, with extensive use of the trolleys. Oslo pass was a wonderful opportunity to tavel within the Oslo area, and see so many museums and sights. It is veyr economical, especially now that I travel with a family. Wonderful !
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Price"

Recommended by Pascal, 22 Aug 09
Good product, cause you have a good access to museums and transports, but a bit expansive for other europeans though ...

Oslo is fantastic !!
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"You have to by it"

Recommended by Viktor, 21 Aug 09
Verry convenable - save money end time.
Viva OSLO
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"good value"

Recommended by katrin, 21 Aug 09
great value. the oslo pass is definitely the traveler's best choice. highly recommend!
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Good journey"

Recommended by Klaus Wandhoff, 21 Aug 09
All things were good, only the Metro to Holmenkollen was not so good. But we come back another time to Oslo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass"

Recommended by helen, 19 Aug 09
This was incredibly good as it meant we could do all the things we wanted to do, knowing that we wouldn't run out of cash. It also meant that we visited some museums that we might not have thought of otherwise. Transport was a dream using the pass. I will definitely buy one next time we visit Oslo. The only disadvantage was because I paid in advance with an on-line purchase, my son, a student, could not get the student reduction. Next time, I will not buy it in advance.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Experience it !"

Recommended by Didi, 15 Aug 09
The inexpensive way to visit Oslo as with the Oslo Pass Public Transportation is free, most of Museums and other places to visit are free. That's really worth it !
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass a convenience if not a bargain"

Recommended by Sondra, 14 Aug 09
Oslo Pass avoided the hassle of dealing with an unfamiliar currency, but may not have been the bargain I'd hoped for. The public transit portion did not carry us as far as our hotel (at the airport) and, in fact, required a rather hefty additional payment. Tbane in town was included, but we couldn't figure out how to use it -- but it didn't matter, since the turnstiles were open. Picking up the pre-paid pass from the Tourist Information Center required an inordinate amount of time (it wasn't even a weekend) and some of the things we wanted to see were free anyway, so no savings there.
Overall opinion

3 of 5

"Suverent å bruke Oslo Pass"

Recommended by Elisabeth, 08 Aug 09
Vi kjøpte 72 timers Oslo Pass til hele familien, og hadde allerede tjent inn utlegget første dag. Flott å hoppe på hvilket som helst transportmiddel i tillegg til å kunn gå inn på alle museumer uten å betale på hvert enkelt.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"save a lot of money with the Oslo pass"

Recommended by Eelco, 05 Aug 09
We visited the museums at Bygdoy and enjoyed the free lunch cruise on the Oslofjord.
Free public transport to discover the city is also included.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Great Pass"

Recommended by church911, 01 Aug 09
A pass for everyone. If i stay again in oslo i will buy the pass again
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Impression"

Recommended by alix1212, 31 Jul 09
Olso was nice but far too expensive everything was 3 times the cost of what we would pay in the UK. The oslo was pass was a god send it saved us some money as we had to travel from a camp site abvout 9km out of town. Unfortunaty the weather was dreadful and we could not find any accomodation anywhere in Olso. Sorry but we will not return.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"L'Oslo pass est très pratique..."

Recommended by Frédérique et Jean-Marc - France, 30 Jul 09
L'Oslo pass est très pratique pour découvrir les musées et se déplacer tant dans la ville que dans l'archipel.
Nous avons beaucoup apprécié notre journée à Bigdoy et la visite de tous les musées. Le courage des aventuriers norvégiens que furent Nansen et Thor Heyerdahl est vraiment impressionnant et enthousiasmant. Le Musée de la Marine rend aussi un merveilleux homage à tous les hommes de la mer, du simple pêcheur aux équipages des gros cargos modernes. Le Musée Viking présente des objets tout à fait exceptionnels, qui montrent combien les Vikings avaient une civilisation très évoluée. La ^promenade dans le parc du Musée folklorique est aussi une très agréable façon de découvrir le patrimoine norvégien et ce qu'a pu être la vie des habitants dans les siècles passés.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Very convenient!"

Recommended by Marion, 26 Jul 09
We had such a great time in Oslo! The Oslo Pass makes you save money, especially if you stay in Oslo more than 2 days or if your hotel isn't in the city center and you have to use the public transportation system.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Valuta for pengene"

Recommended by Stilken63, 24 Jul 09
Vi hadde 72 timers kort og fikk besøkt mange av attraksjonene inkl. i Oslo passet. Fikk også rabatt på Tusenfryd. Benyttet oss av trikk, buss og båt for å komme oss rundt i byen. Skulle gjerne fått med oss lunch cruiset, men fikk rett og slett ikke tid. Likevel, det var vel verdt pengene. Anbefales!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Penger og tid spart"

Recommended by Tottem, 21 Jul 09
Vær oppmerksom på om du bestiller Oslopasset online så må det hentes ut før kl. 20.00.
Kommer du med bil og ligger på hotell er det bedre å kjøpe det på hotellet.
Opplevde at det ble et stress å nå trafikanten kl. 20.00-, rakk det ikke og måte gjennomføre 3 stk unødvendige trikketurer til og fra nydalen.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"the best way to discover oslo"

Recommended by stratos, 19 Jul 09
oslo pass is the better way to do many things and visit all the most important places in the best price because oslo pass is the best deal.
so dont be sceptical just book it
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Very easy to use!"

Recommended by , 09 Jul 09
Very easy to use!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"It just made visiting all..."

Recommended by Ron, 03 Jul 09
It just made visiting all the interesting places so easy. what a great idea!!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Oslo Pass er helt genialt!..."

Recommended by 2 jenter på 20, 01 Jul 09
Oslo Pass er helt genialt! Spesielt om man ønsker å besøke forskjellige museer og om man ønsker å benytte seg av kollektivtrafikk. Vi tjente helt klart på å kjøpe Oslo Pass! Vi er veldig fornøyde=)
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Sunny Oslo"

Recommended by Michael, 29 Jun 09
We had a tremendous time with fine weather in Oslo.
Your Pass was an ideal way to visit all your beautiful touristic highlights at a very, very low cost basis.
Thank you for this nice holidays.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Value for Money"

Recommended by satisfied tourist from England, 27 Jun 09
The 72 hr Oslo Pass is a must if you are staying in Oslo for 3 days and like me want to see and do alot. For an initial outlay of 410 NOK I saved another 410 NOK on the cost of the lunchtime cruise and museum admissions plus the aditional cost that I would have accrued for 15 transport journies during my stay.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"savergay"

Recommended by ditmar, 26 Jun 09
the oslo pass information is very helpful to see the most important heighlights in a short stay. we were ableto save much since the museums and also the lunch cruise ( 72 hohrs-ticket) were free.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"oslo pass is great..true indeed..."

Recommended by kate, 21 Jun 09
oslo pass is great..true indeed that with the oslo pass i was able to go places with ease...and i was able to save much since most of the museums and attractions are free with the oslo pass!!!
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Fabulous Oslo"

Recommended by Elaine, 20 Jun 09
Its oh so convenient having Oslo Pass moving around in Oslo. It's just great beyond words.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Praktisk og flexibel trafikalt, samtidig..."

Recommended by CB, 19 Jun 09
Praktisk og flexibel trafikalt, samtidig besparende.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"90% great"

Recommended by Myrtle, 16 Jun 09
Very useful (for museums and transports) and a wonderful cruise (free)
Overall opinion

4 of 5

" Oslo-passet underlättar"

Recommended by Harriet, 14 Jun 09
Oslo-passet gjorde besöket mycket enkelt. Inga biljetter till kommunikationer och klart en besparing när man som vi besökte många museer.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Very convenient for a a three-days staying"

Recommended by Roberta and Marcello, 11 Jun 09
We bought two 72 hours Oslo passes and used them to go around mostly with the bus, which is a good and comfortable way to know the city, and to visit the museums without having to change from euros into crowns and pay every time at the entrance, it was very convenient!

We also enjoyed very much the lunch tour included in the 72 hours pass, very good prawns and a beautiful view of Oslo from the sea.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Flott tilbud"

Recommended by Siv, 10 Jun 09
En lønnsom og god måte og oppleve og bevege seg rundt i Oslo på dersom man er der for å besøke museer og lignende. Kjempebra tilbud.
Overall opinion

4 of 5

"Happy, but not mappy!"

Recommended by Eric The Viking, 03 Jun 09
I thought the Oslo pass very good value for money but didn't really use the map provided in the pocket book much with it being quite small. Instead I was constantly referring back to the larger map provided at the tourist information which also gave details of buses trams and trains. Maybe if it is possible to have a map that folded out larger to use with the information provided
it would help.

Other than this I found the Oslo pass very good indeed. I was able to plan my sightseeing and maximise the enjoyment of my stay by using it and save myself alot of money.
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"OSLO PASS"

Recommended by Bala, 26 May 09
If one is sure that he is going to stay in OSLO for atleast 2 days, then it is better to go for OSLO pass as it is more advantageous and economic also
Overall opinion

5 of 5

"Very good product!"

Recommended by Aga, 25 May 09
Great product at a reasonable price. Very good booklet. Easy to pick up from central location in Oslo.
Overall opinion

5 of 5