Norway

Welcome to Oslo

Explore the capital of Norway

Welcome to Oslo – Endo Inn

Q&A

Our most asked questions

Where should I stay during the course?

Oslo offers hotels in different price ranges. We have collected the best in each price range. Please go to the complete hotel guide here.

How do I get to the Training Center?

There are several ways to get to our Endo Inn Training Center.

The best way is probably to jump on the metro and travel to Majorstuen, as all metro lines pass through this station. The center is located within 3-4 minutes walking distance. Simply take any line that goes westward if you are at, or close to one of the following stations: Nationaltheatret, Stortinget, Jernbanetorget, Grønland or Tøyen

Alternatively, there are also trams and busses going to Majorstuen. Please visit the Ruter- website and type in your starting point and your destination, and you will be provided with the most efficient travel route.

If you come directly from the OSL airport, please follow these directions: Take the Flytoget express train to Oslo Central Station. From there, follow the directions to the metro (the metro station is called Jernbanetorget) and jump on any line that goes westward.

Ruter - all public transportation

Flytoget Express train


What should I see in Oslo?

Oslo is the capital of Norway, and is placed between the blue Oslofjord and the green forest of Oslomarka, where you can go hiking, cycling, fishing and skiing. Oslo is awarded with the European Green Capital title for 2019.

Endo Inn is placed right at the corner of the famous Vigeland sculpture park which holds over 200 sculptures by Gustav Vigeland. This is a must-see when visiting Oslo! From our training center you can see the Holmenkollen Ski Jump.

Oslo is a great base to take a round trip around Norway to see the fjords, the fairytale mountain scenery, well as a trip on Europe’s top scenic rail journey. Fjordtours organizes different tours from one day up to four days.

If you have limited time, the Oslofjord cruise is a great option in the summer. Please visit this site for more tours and tips.

Sauna: If you want a refreshing experience, we highly recommend the floating sauna boats. Kok Oslo offers saunas in the Oslofjord, available for rent. Read more here.

Article: 36 Hours in Oslo (The New York Times, 2018) 

What are some good eating places?

There is a big variety in restaurants in Oslo, and the last couple of years, the selection has increased. In the summer, the Aker Brygge area is a winner. With a beautiful view of the Oslo fjord, you can choose between fresh Norwegian salmon, shrimps and lobsters, sushi, burgers and pizza.

You can also find bars with fancy cocktails.

Vippa is a food court placed in an industrial area by the harbour called Vippetangen.

Go to the complete restaurant guide here.