Meeting Site Location

Address: Fanehallen Artilleriloftet, 0150 Oslo, Norway. To find the exact location, please enter "Fanehallen" in or



If you're flying in, the easiest way to get to the center of Oslo is by taking the train from Gardermoen airport to Oslo S (central) station. From there, you can walk, take a tram, or a taxi to the hotel.

We recommend taking the general network operator Vy as it is much cheaper than the Airport Express (Flytoget) and only takes a few minutes longer to travel. The prices for return tickets are as follows:

Transportation Category Price (kr.)
Vy Adult 236
Vy Senior 67+ 114
Flytoget Adult 460
Flytoget Senior 65+ & Student 230



The PA has made group reservations with two hotels and a hostel for your convenience. To book your stay, please enter the booking code provided below and book directly with the hotel of your preference. Please note that the reservations are only held until the cut-off date given, so book early to secure your spot.

If these hotel reservations are fully booked when you try, you can easily find another hotel in central Oslo with the hotel portal. However, this is a high season period, and we have been told that this week is especially busy.

Hotel Comfort Børsparken

Hotel Scandic Victoria

Anker Hostel

Prices per night: single room kr. 1590 & double room kr. 1790

Address: Tollbugata 4

Booking code: Embeded in the reservation link

Reservation: Special Link for Reservation (reserve by June 30th)

Walk to the Fanehallen convention hall: Only a 9 min walk along Fred Olsen street and Skipper street.

Double-click on the map below.

Walk - From Comfort Børsparken to Fanehallen

Prices per night: single room kr. 1690 & double room kr. 1990

Address: Rosenkrantz gate 13

Booking code: 48424375

Reservation: Special Link for Resevation (reserve by June 18th)

Walk to the Fanehallen convention hall: A nice 16 min walk. Turn first right down towards the harbour, then walk diagonally through a park and follow streets as on the map below.

Walk - From Scandic Victoria to Fanehallen

Prices per night: single room kr. 1183 & double room kr. 1427

Address: Storgata 53H

Booking code: 861138 (only will work making reservations by email or phone)

Reservation: To be made by email to or by phone +472-299-7200 (reserve by July 12)

Walk to the Fanehallen convention hall: Takes 21 min all the way. But you can also take the tram no.11 or 12 from just outside the hostel, stop Nybrua, three stops to Dronningens gate, from where it takes 9 min to walk.

Double click the attached street maps.

Walk - From Anker Hostel to Fanehallen

Tram - From Anker Hostel to Fanehallen











Shuttle Transport: For those who have problems walking from the hotel to the Fanehallen, a shuttle transport will be arranged.

Public Transport in Oslo

The public transport in Oslo is extensive, with one price zone for the whole city of Oslo. The operating company is called Ruter (Routes). You can’t buy tickets on board, so you should install the Ruter app on your mobile and register for purchasing tickets; or buy tickets in a Narvesen kiosk on a major station (e.g. in Oslo S railway station and Jernbanetorget metro station). For Ruter app, payment methods include: Visa, MasterCard, Apple Pay, Vipps (Norwegian mobile pay app).

Ticket Category Price (kr.)
Single Ticket Adult 40
Single Ticket Senior 65+ 20
24-Hour Ticket Adult 121
24-Hour Ticket Senior 65+ 61
7-Day Ticket Adult 335
7-Day Ticket Senior 65+ 168


Car Park at the convention

Permission can be arranged in advance for free parking in the parking lot closest to Fanehallen. This is a safe place, a military area with guarded entrance all day and night.

Paying in Oslo

Debit & credit cards are used everywhere. You should bring both. It is possible to live without cash in Oslo, but it could perhaps be useful to have a little cash handy for the smallest purchases. Then get the local currency – Norwegian kroner - in ATMs in the arrival area at the airport. ATMs are very sparse in the streets of Oslo, but you can get cash in most groceries (“bank in the shop”).

Map applications for Oslo

The best map application for Oslo is probably It has real-time information about public transport: busses, trams, ferries, and the metro (T-bane). It is superior when planning walks because it considers footpaths and pedestrian accesses, which Google map doesn’t. For making route directions, just write your hotel name and the target place name, e.g. Fanehallen for the convention, or the name of a museum. These are known to both map apps.