2007-05-22

Travelling in Oslo


It's quite easy to get around in Oslo without a car. There are lots of busses, trams - and the subway, which doesn't only go underground. These can take you either downtown, out of Oslo or to the opposite side of Oslo. Usually, they go every 15 minutes, which is quite good. In the weekend you can find night busses to get you home in a less expencive way than by taxi.

9 kommentarer:

kembang_jepun sa...

love them. I really really love train. These pictures are so beautiful

~tanty~ sa...

I have tried night train once and it was very comfortable. I like the train too. Nice photos by the way.

Carol sa...

Very colourful - certainly moreso than mine! Thanks for visiting. :)

Fabrizio ikol22 sa...

Raally nice and colourful photo. I like red coach train :-)

Dina sa...

I like travelling by train, we don't have trains in Malta. Peolpe in the world should use more public transport than private cars so that we can help with earth!!

Piika sa...

I like how the train is such a beautiful red colour.

Lothiane sa...

Thank you for commenting! :)

These aren't really trains... it's the subway. Our trains look a bit different and are much more comfortable.

Erin sa...

Wow the trains are SO different in Norway than they are in Denmark! How are they inside? In DK, comfort is everything in the trains. We have big cushy blue seats, with tables and hooks for your jacket. And LOADS of foot and storage space.

SO different to the trains in England, which I am used to!

Also something you can't do in England which you can in Denmark, is reserve seats. Can you do that in Norway on the trains?

Lothiane sa...

Hi Erin!

He he, these aren't trains.. these are part of the subway system. The trains are much more comfortable, like you describe them in DK.

The subway however, isn't very comfortable.

I'll probably travel by train this summer, in that case I'll take photos. :)