Active, Urban and Green

The mix of capital city vibe and stunning nature makes Oslo a cosmopolitan seaside city. Visitors can enjoy the unique experience of a brisk forest walk, the relaxing fjord breeze and the busy atmosphere of the city, all in one day. Numerous museums and art galleries offer plenty of options for things to see and do: The Viking Ship Museum, where original longboats are on display, the Munch Museum, the National Gallery, home of Edvard Munch’s incredibly famous painting the “Scream”, and the dock side waterfront where the new Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art and The Opera are located – to name a few.

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Quick facts
Port pictures
Language Norwegian
Distance from pier to city center Downtown = Karl Johans Street or City Hall (5 minutes by taxi, 10 minutes’ walk).
Akershus Fortress is just next to the Akershus Pier.
Transportation to/from airport 50 km (19 minutes by train and 30 minutes by taxi)
Currency Norwegian krone NOK
Transport to/from city center Taxis on pier
City Card The Oslo Pass
Downloadable map Cruise Pier Overview
Oslo Guide Oslo Guide
PORT INFORMATION & PORT PICTURES
The cruise ships dock close to the city center and you are in walking distance to many of the attractions!
Berthing policy: First come, first served.
Sondre Akershus View port map
Max LOA: 360 m
Max depth: 10,3 m
Type of berth (passenger, cargo, bulk traffic): Cruise pax
Fenders available (brand and type): Plate fenders
Bollard strength: 8x100 tons, 6x50 tons, 20x30 tons
Info on tides: 30 - 40 cm
Info on wind: S-SW preveiling
Info on currents: insignificant
Restrictions: Maintenance work not allowed shore side
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PORT FEES
Harbour dues (Currency/GT): 1,10 NOK/GT
Passenger dues (Currency/PAX): 2,7 NOK/PAX
All prices are subject to change. Cruise Baltic cannot be held liable for any port fees stated on the website. Please contact port for additional information.
PORT SERVICE STANDARDS TOOL
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GUEST EXPERIENCE STANDARDS
Always available
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Guest Experience Standards
The Cruise Baltic Guest Experience Standards indicate service touchpoints available for cruise guests at each of our destinations. An overview of the services available in the Baltic Sea region is also available in pdf. The Cruise Baltic destinations are committed to give guests the World’s greatest cruise experience.
Pier
Musical welcome
Water arch and crest ceremony.
Cruise guest national flags
Port
Independent guest reception and help
Can be arranged.
Local life and events with locals
Signed route from pier to city centre and/or public transport
Tourist information (office or maps) in port area
Free Wi-Fi in port
Free wifi in all city center.
Transport
Free shuttle available
Shuttlebus 1st stop at tourist office.
City centre within 1 km from pier
Town center 200 meters away from quay.
Publicly regulated taxis
Bike rental including map or GPS
Can be arranged.
Hop on/hop off services in port area
Shopping & Attractions
Shops open on Sundays
Shops in the cruise terminal are open – not all in the city, but some.
Shops offer flexible opening hours for cruise guests
Only in the cruise terminal.
Museums offer flexible opening hours for cruise guests
Must be requested to the museum.
Shops accept credit card payment with no lower limit
City Cards for sale
Destination collaboration
Local cruise network
Possiblity for special arrangements and flexibility
Destination video available for Cruise Lines
Turnaround facilities
Scandic Hotel(s) in city
Direct flights to USA
Airport less than one hour drive from port
Airport less than one hour drive from city centre
Free Wi-Fi in airport
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DOWNLOADABLE PHOTOS
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Selected attractions
Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art and the Opera house : Waterfront icons: Astrup Fearnley, design by Renzo Piano: Peruse works by the best contemporary artists. The Opera: Architectural gem by Snøhetta.
The Munch Experience: Explore Munch’s art at Munch Museum, National Gallery, University Aula.
Bygdøy Museums: Viking Ship Museum, Polar Ship Fram, Kon-Tiki Museum, Norwegian Maritime Museum, Museum of Cultural History.
Vigeland Sculpture Park: Among the most visited attractions in Oslo. More than 200 sculptures.
Holmenkollen Ski Jump and Ski Museum: Amazing view from the ski jump tower,and Ski Museum.
Exciting Extras
Tjuvholmen and Aker Brygge : Fjord waterfront, the old shipyard area has become Oslo’s coolest neighbourhood.
City Hall Square with Nobel Peace Centre: The Nobel Peace Centre and the City Hall where the Peace Prize is presented.
Akershus Fortress: Medieval castle, dark dungeons and plush upper floors. Also: Museum of Resistance and Defence, Norway’s WWII history.
Vulkan Food Market : In an old workshop, Vulkan Food Market offers produce from the best suppliers in Norway.
Oslo Area : Glassblowers at Hadeland Glassworks, Contemporary art at Henie Onstad Art Centre, The Christmas House, home of St. Claus.
Varied Shore Excursions
CLASSIC & POPULAR
Must see’s in Oslo: Don’t miss the Opera, Vigeland Sculpture Park, Holmenkollen Ski Jump, Viking Ships and Edvard Munch on your first visit to Oslo.
Art, Architecture & Design: Munch Museum, Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Opera, National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Vigeland Museum and Park, Henie Onstad Art Centre and International Museum of Children’s Art.
Peace: Visit the Nobel Peace Center and Oslo City Hall, where the Peace Prize ceremony is held. Also: HL Centre for Studies of Holocaust and Religious Minorities.
Maritime Oslo: The Norwegians are seafaring people: Viking Ships, Polar Vessel Fram, KonTiki and Norwegian Maritime Museum, all on the shores of the Oslo Fjord at Bygdøy Peninsula.
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Events
Norway’s Constitution Day
From 17-05-2018 to 17-05-2018
Oslo
Folklore
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The big children's parade and an abundance of flags are the central elements of Oslo's 17th of May celebrations. The parade, which is greeted by the royal family from the balcony of the Royal Palace, includes some 60,000 children from around 100 schools as well as marching bands.
Contact
VisitOslo
Agnes Mathiesen
Project Manager Cruise
agnes.mathiesen@visitoslo.com
Phone: +47 815 30 555
Mobile: +47 936 182 19
Kirkegata 25, 0153 Oslo, Norway

Port of Oslo
Anette Brække
Marketing Manager Cruise
anette.braekke@ohv.oslo.no
Phone +47 917 83 726
Mobile +47 23 49 26 19
Akershusstranda 19 P.O. Box 230 0103 Oslo

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