Skien - Oslo NOK 245,-
An adult ticket includes one child. The bus is the fastest public transport service on this route – even faster than by car during rush hours! The price is valid until one hour before departure.
The perfect route for commuters between Grenland (Skien area) and Oslo, with further correspondence to Oslo Airport.
Skien station has a large, free parking space and is served at all departures.
The Telemark Canal is called 'the Fairytale Waterway' and can be reached from Skien by bus with a transfer to the canal boats. The Canal bus is active during summer season, May through to September.
More information about the Canal boats M/S Henrik Ibsen and M/S Victoria is available on the Telemark Canal webpages.
Bus tracking for passengers. Follow the bus on the map and see that it's on the way.
To purchase electronic travel cards which is valid for Telemark County (Youth Card, Student Card, Period Card) you must have a bus card issued from Telemark Bilruter.
Information regarding local travel cards, see telemarkbil.no
Grendlandsekspressen runs daily to Oslo Bussterminal with further correspondence to Oslo lufthavn (airport), Gardermoen.
When your journey consists of more than one bus route / change of buses, it is important to know about NOR-WAY Bussekspress' transfer rules.
When you are going to catch a flight, you should calculate plenty of travel time to the airport and include in the calculation that there may be a queue at the check-in and the security check. Also follow the recommendations of the airlines and airports.
You can easily take the bus to and from a mini cruise, as the bus runs daily to the ferry docks at Filipstad and Vippetangen.
Corresponding routes and further connections, see the travel planner.
Siljan knutepunkt: A light-regulated bus stop. The bus runs via the stop only on light signals.
Embarking out of Oslo: Sjølyst (close by Cirkle K), Vækerø (Hydro), Lysaker bus stop (at station) and Ramstadsletta (Esso, Høvik).