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Gardermoen

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Gardermoen is a town in Norway, housing Oslo's main airport. Your only reason to stay here would be some time between flights.

Get in[edit]

Train is fast and convenient, buses may work out cheaper and have more destinations. Taxis are sometimes terribly expensive.

Get around[edit]

Save your money: Don't take a cab. Virtually all hotels here have pick up services, sometimes at a small fee. Just give them a call upon arrival.

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  • Kon-Tiki Kitchen, +47 64811616. Restaurant in the international terminal. Serves some pre-made hot meals for 119 (small portion) /159 (huge portion) NOK. Not too tasty, but works. On the second floor there's both power and free internet (Ask the cashier for username/password)  edit

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  • Gardermoen Hotel B&B [1] is an airport hotel, 10 min drive from the airport. In June 2008 the price was 1800 NOK for two double rooms with a pick-up and drop-off service to the airport of 4 persons, breakfast included. You can book a pick-up and drop-off service separately for 45 NOK/person.
  • Gardermoen Airport Hotel, (3,5 km from the terminal), +47 6394 0800 (), [2]. Free wi-fi and airport shuttle bus at least once an hour. Single from NOK 700.  edit

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Get out[edit]

If you have more than a couple of hours between flights, Oslo is within reach by the Airport Express Train[3]. A somewhat closer, and cheaper, option is Eidsvoll, a lakeside town where the Norwegian constitution came to light.



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