Public transport in Oslo
The easiest and cheapest way to buy tickets for the public transport in Oslo is to download the “Ruter Billett” App. Info about the app here.
For the subway there are also ticket machines. For buses and trams there is an additional 22 NOK fee for buying ticket from the driver. The price for a ticket for one hour is 33 NOK.
If you plan to travel more than 3 times a day, it is advisable to buy a 24h ticket for 90 NOK. A week pass costs 240 NOK for 7 days. You can buy this in the app, at a machine or by the counter at Trafikanten by the Central Station (Jernbanetorget).
The timetables for public transport in Oslo can be found at www.ruter.no, or with the app: “Ruter Reise” or with Google maps.
Getting to the venue
From the train station (Jernbanetorget) it is just 10 mins to walk to the Shuffle venue at Sentralen. The adress is Øvre Slottsgate 3.
From the Airport, the train is fastest and brings you to city center in 20 min. The cheapest option is the regular train (NSB), running usually every 20 min and cost 93 NOK. The airport express (Flytoget) runs each 10 min and costs 180 NOK. (2 min faster than the regular train)