Favourite airline: British Airways
69 % of bookings on this flight route are made with British Airways, KLM and SAS.
British Airways
46 %
15 %
8 %
Direct flights are cheaper
Direct flights on this route are £ 1.00 cheaper on average than flights with a stopover.
non stop flight
1 stop
01h 35min
06h 15min
Favourite connection: via London Heathrow
Flights with a stopover in London Heathrow are the most popular connection for this route.
1 stopover London Heathrow
05h 40min, from £180
67 %
1 stopover Amsterdam Schiphol
06h 15min, from £168
22 %
Direct flights
01h 35min, from £167
11 %
Return from £167.00
Currently, flights on this route are cheapest departing on 19/11/19 and returning on 03/12/19.


An atmospheric city of forest and water

Oslo is a large city, surrounded by sparkling waters and stunning forests. Monumental buildings are dotted across Oslo, while some districts still retain their quaint character of wooden houses and small churches. Away from the city, hiking, cycling and skiing are all popular activities.


When is it best to visit Oslo?

The city of Oslo has mild, sunny days from May until October, with June to August being peak season. Constitution Day on the 17th May, is a national holiday celebrated with processions and children's festivals. Rock and music festivals are popular in Oslo, with five major festivals taking place between June and October. October also sees the Oslo Film Festival.


What do I need to know before I travel?

Oslo is popular for winter sports at resorts like Holmenkollen. Alcohol is prohibited in public areas and licensing laws are strict and heavily regulated. Smoking is also forbidden in public places. The cost of living in Oslo is higher than in the UK, although basic meals out are slightly cheaper than in London. Alcohol prices are considerably higher.


How do I get from the airport and where can I stay?

The fastest airport transfer is on the 'Flytoget', or Airport Express Train. This takes around 20 minutes and costs about 180 NOK. Regional trains and airport buses take longer, but can be considerably cheaper. Taxis start at about 750 NOK, and vary according to time, number of passengers and distance.

Oslo has an efficient local transport network of underground trains, trams, buses and ferries. A single suburban train ticket is around 30 NOK. Daily and weekly travelcards cost about 90 and 240 NOK respectively. Oslo Passes give free travel and discounted museum entry, and range from 320 NOK to 590 NOK. Taxis start at around 45 NOK, plus about 13 NOK per km. Oslo has a bike sharing system operated by Smartcards, which cost approximately 100 NOK a day.

Basic hostels start at around 200 NOK, while the price of other accommodation rises to nearly 2,000 NOK. Campsites are a cheaper option, costing about 195 NOK per tent, or around 500 NOK in huts.