Oslo Airport

Oslo Airport, also known as Gardermoen Airport, is located approximately 50 kilometers north of the city center and welcomes millions of visitors to the Norwegian capital every year. In 2009 alone, the airport saw over 18.1 million travelers come through the turnstiles for holidays and business trips to Norway. The airport has regularly been honored as the most punctual airport in Europe, meaning that when  traveling to Oslo or Norway's famous picturesque fjords you can make the most of your time. 

Good facilities and beautiful architecture

Gardermoen is Norway's largest airport and primary facility for international travel with two runways and over 50 gates. Upon arrival, you will find all necessary amenities, including car rental and the Airport Express Train, which can bring you to the city center hassle-free. The airport is an attractive architectural achievement, constructed out of handsome hardwood in addition to the standard metal and glass of most airports. Arriving in Oslo, you will also be welcomed by a number of sculptures by the artist Per Inge Bjorlo.

If you have some time to kill before departure, go shopping for clothes, accessories, electronics and snacks, or pick up a good book for your journey, to literally make the time fly. At Travel Value you will find cosmetics and perfume at the same low prices as those at the Duty Free store. There are several cafés and restaurants to choose from, all waiting to make sure your stomach is full and your energy levels are at their peak. 

Check in to a hotel room conveniently close to the airport at Radisson Blu Airport Hotel, Oslo Gardermoen. Here you wi’’ll stay just a short walk from the departure hall and with the city center within easy reach, as well as many other points of interest throughout the country. Whether you are planning an outdoor adventure or handling business in downtown Oslo, our hotel offers convenient and comfortable accommodation.