Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Visit Oslo Pass. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
I missed the part where it could have been explained that the both crossing to the museums is also covered by the 24 hour and the 48 hour pass . I bought the 72 hour pass to use it for the mini cruise which I did not manage to do because of its limited schedule .
I had only one full day in Oslo. I was not sure if it was worth buying Oslo pass but I am glad I did! In one day, I visited 6 museums by using ferry, metro, and bus. Getting a card from tourist information was very smooth and the lady at Tourist Info was very helpful. I would highly recommend all the tourists to purchase Oslo card! You will save a lot of money!
I was delighted to use this app for several museums, tours and public transport in Oslo. It's an incredibly rich city with amazing museums and even a Viking Ship perfectly preserved. I really valued the pass and would recommend it to anyone.
Second time we have used viator to obtain a pass, Copenhagen and Norway, well worth doing, fantastic value and all the info you need about the city your visiting and place to go, things to try, places to eat.
Amazing!! Beautiful hotel,city,people.. Not unaffordable .. Just really moderate ur spending and prepare x
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.