Urevor Stadion is a famous soccer stadium in Oslo, Norway. The stadium is always used by the Norwegian national football team and is famous for football. The stadium opened in 1926 and can accommodate 25,000 people. It is also used in women’s soccer. It is also used as a live venue and is also known as a place used by famous artists such as Green Day and Bon Jovi.
|Sognsveien 75, 0840 Oslo, Norway
|Ullevaal Stadion (ullevaal-stadion.no)
3 minutes walk from Ullevål Stadion subway station
The nearest airport is Oslo Airport.
|Edvard Munchs veg, 2061 Gardermoen, Norway
|Oslo lufthavn – Avinor
All public transport in Oslo is operated by Ruter. Subway / metro, bus and tram tickets are all the same. Tickets for Oslo public transport can be purchased at automatic ticket machines. Ticket vending machines are installed at each T-bane station and major bus and tram stations.
There are four public transportation options that are useful for sightseeing in Oslo.
The T mark is a landmark on the signboard. Although it is a subway, there are sections that run on the ground. There is a USB port inside the car, and you can charge your smartphone if you have a cord.
There are many trams, and it is an easy way to travel for sightseeing. The blue car body is a landmark, and 6 lines of 11, 12, 13, 17, 18, and 19 run vertically and horizontally in Oslo city. You can rest assured that there is a guide monitor inside the train.
City buses have many routes and run all over Oslo. All buses are barrier-free, so even if you have a wheelchair, stroller, or a large suitcase, you can get on without difficulty. If you want to get off, you can get off by ringing the bell.