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super transport system is fantastic and the card is great value..
Having the Oslo pass made travelling around the city so easy, ... made the range of our experiences larger by suggesting more than we had planned at home before our holiday, ... and allowed a larger degree of spontaneity -- we were near the Fram Museum -- for example -- we had the pass, we spent an hour or two there.
It was wonderful to go by public transportation all over Oslo and just walk into museums without standing in line. The weather was cold and rainy so we loved the ease.
The Pass came in very handy as we wanted to visit the art galleries which we could do for free with the Pass.
Also we had a swim at the Swimming Centre for nothing so with the savings on the public transport it was well worth the expenditure.
Fantastic experiences in Oslo. With the card, I had the chance to visit the incredible polar ship museum, the Viking ship museum and many other interesting places. Worth the money I spent on the card.
This is very much worth to money. Oslo is so incredibly expensive. To get transportation and admission to pretty much everything you want to see...it was worth every dime.
We bought the 72-hour pass and are very glad we did -- as we visited many of Oslo's attractions! The pass saved us a lot of money on admission fees and transportation costs.
Having an Oslo pass worked very well as it meant we could visit Viking museum etc, ferry across and also visit other sites and museums all for the one cost. Being able to hop on and off buses/trams saved our feet and time. Highly recommended if you only have 2 days to visit.
Great way to save money in an expensive city! Just be advised that you will still need to pick up the pass in person by Oslo City Hall.
Absolutely worth it! I had done some calculations about the cost of the various things we wanted to do, and the price of the pass was about the same, but we decided to get it anyway jus for the flexibility of using public transportation. It turned out to be much more than that. It allowed us to go wheverever we wanted, to change our mind without worrying about it, and to fit in some extra impromptu things (if things are free you don't stress as much about whether they are worth it, you just go and do it, so we felt more free to be spontaneous).
The Oslo Pass is an excellent way to get around the city, and the Free entry into the museums is a great idea and you can use the ferries as well, I got so much done and saw so much I would not have done so without the Pass
We pre-purchased transportation passes for Oslo which also included free entry to most of the museums. Because our ship, Emerald Princess, was docked just two blocks from the city center, this worked out perfectly for us. We did wait in a long line at the information center at the dock to get our vouchers, only to find out we needed to go to the city center office instead. We were told to go right to the front of the line there. Once we had the vouchers, finding our way to the major sites was easy. We took the tram to amazing Vigland Park, the bus back to city center and the ferry to Bigdow Island where we explored a number of museums including the Viking Museum, The Holocaust Museum, and The Fram Museum. Upon our return to city center, we saw the Nobel Museum. The vouchers worked beautifully. We never used a single Norwegian Krone! Judy and Ivan, Foster City, Ca.
Our two day trip was immensely productive due to 2-day Oslo Pass. Except for rain on the second day (part of the time), we used all time for the sightseeing and museums. With Oslo Pass, the tourist info office was able to guide us and make the visit very efficient and cost-effective (free transportation, free museums). Thoroughly enjoyed the visit.