Information in English

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Oslo S (Oslo Central Station) is Oslos main railway station. It is the busiest station in Norway. The station have three main buildings, all interconnected. The main station, Flytogterminalen (towards the sea front) and Østbanehallen (the oldest part, newly refurbished, with entrance towards Karl Johans gate).

Opening hours:

The station (regardless of holidays):

Oslo S/ Oslo Central Station 03:45 – 01:30.

Østbanehallen 04:30 – 01:30.

The shops and restaurants: Oslo S Shopping is open from 09:00 – 21:00 (18:00).

Shops and restaurants can have opening hours that exceeds this.

Østbanehallen have different opening hours, you´ll find them here.

There are several shops and restaurants open to customers.

Click here for more information about the shops.

Click here for mote information about the restaurants.

Østbanehallen is a food court with many restaurants and a hotel. Go to for more details.

Toilets and baby changing facilities:

You need 20 NOK for the automatic door. To see location on map click here.
On the map that appears, look for the icon with a man and a woman.

Lockers and storage at Oslo S/ Oslo Central Station:

Oslo S/ Oslo Central Station have storage lockers that are available between 04:30 -01:10 every day. The station is closed from 01:10 – 04:30. You can storage your belongings in the lockers at all hours, but you cannot get to the lockers when the station is closed.

Lockers are paid for with Visa- or Mastercard, or cash.

Left luggage can be collected at the Left Luggage office (in the Lockers and Storage hall). To find its location, look for  the word “Oppbevaring” on the map and the icon of a suitcase. Click here for map.

Left Luggage Facility at Oslo S/ Oslo Central Station:

The Left Luggage Office is open Monday to Friday 08:00 – 16:45.

Closed Saturday, Sunday and holidays.

You will find the office in the Lockers and Storage Hall.

To find the office on the map, look for  the word “Hittegods” and the icon of a suitcase with a question mark. Click for map.

Lifts and Disabled Access

Lifts are marked on the Oslo S map, but not all. There are plenty of lifts, and getting around with a stroller, luggage or wheelchair should be fairly easy. Trolleys for luggage can found all around the station. The shop employees if you need directions to the nearest lift.

Transportation to- and from Oslo S/ Oslo Central Station:

Taxi can be found outside Flytogterminalen towards the seaside, or outside Byporten Shoppingcenter.

The Bus Terminal is situated in Galleri Oslo. Phone no: 0047 23 00 24 00. Use the north entrance (towards Oslo City and Byporten Shoppingcenter). Cross the bridge, and walk through the long corridor in Galleri Oslo. At the end you will find the bus termial. More info:

There are 19 train tracks (marked 1 – 19 ), all accessible directly from the station. The ticket office for Vy  is open Monday- Friday 06:00- 23:15, Saturday  10:00 – 18:00, and Sunday 12:00-23:15. Opening hours can be changed during holidays and summertime. There are ticket machines in the main hall. These can be used all the time the station is open. More information about tickets can be found on Vy’s website

Jernbanetorget tube station is situated between Oslo S/ Oslo Central Station and Oslo City. Walk towards the northern entrance and take the escalator down two floors.

Trams (tube above ground) can be found outside towards Karl Johan and Oslo City. For more information go to

The Airport Express Train (Flytoget) runs to/from Oslo Airport Gardermoen at least every 20 minutes. It is a high-speed train which brings the passengers to and from Oslo Airport Gardermoen, with Drammen being the end station on the West side. Tickets can be purchased at Flytogterminalen. The train runs from track 14 and 15. To find the tracks on the map, look for illustrated trains with the numbers 14 and 15. Click for map.

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