Third Annual Scandinavian Accounting Research Conference and Doctoral Consortium
April 25-26, 2019
From Oslo Central Station (Oslo S) to BI
BI is just opposite of the metro station in Nydalen. The metro lines 4 (Vestli) and 5 (Ringen) will take you to Nydalen from the city centre in 10-15 minutes. The metro station (T-bane) at the Central Station is called Jernbanetorget. Busses 30 and 37 also stop in Nydalen. See Ruter to plan your travel within Oslo. The address of BI is Nydalsveien 37, 0484 Oslo.
Arrival in Oslo by airplane
Oslo is served by two airports. Oslo Lufthavn Gardermoen is the main international airport. Sandefjord Lufthavn Torp is smaller airport served mainly by European low budget airlines.
As taxis are expensive in Norway, we recommend using public transport from the airport.
From Oslo Lufthavn Gardermoen to city centre
The Airport Express Train (Flytoget) will take you from the airport to Oslo Central Station in less than 20 minutes.
Flybussen line FB3 will take you from the airport to Nydalen stasjon, 10 minute walk from BI. The journey takes approximately 40 minutes.
From Sandefjord Lufthavn Torp to city centre
Express buses (Torp Expressen) correspond with certain flights and will take you to the Oslo Bus Terminal.
Arrival in Oslo by other means of transport
Arrival by train
Oslo can be reached by train from Copenhagen (Denmark) through Sweden (Malmø/Gothenburg) or from Stockholm (Sweden). You will arrive at the Oslo Central Station.
Arrival by bus
Oslo can be reached by bus from Denmark, Sweden and Germany. Busses stop at Oslo Bus Terminal, located next to the Central Station.
Arrival by ferry
You can reach Oslo by ferry from Denmark (Copenhagen – DFDS Seaways, and Frederikshavn – Stena Line) and Germany (Kiel – Color Line). The DFDS Seaways and Stena Line terminal is located at Vippetangen, close to the Central Station. The Color Line terminal is located at Hjortneskaia. A shuttle bus will take you to the Central Station (Oslo S/Jernbanetorget) in 10 minutes.