Phone: +47 32 77 05 00
P.O. Box 150
At a glance
> Support and business functions
> Opened in 2013
> Meeting facilities
The first city office in the Norwegian capital, Oslo, was opened in 2010 and in 2013 the office moved to a building close by with more modern offices and meeting facilites. About 12 people work here on a regular basis. Lysaker is primarily known as a business and trade area, and a public transport hub.
By car: Lysaker serves as the major transport hub in the western part of Greater Oslo, close to E18.
By train: The main railway line from Oslo to southern and western Norway stops at Lysaker station. The Oslo Airport Express trains stop and leaves Lysaker station every 20 minute.
- Oslo Airport Gardermoen (OSL). Driving distance: Less than an hour
- Sandefjord Airport Torp (TRF). Driving distance: about one and a half hours