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to get to Cochs Pensjonat:
From the bus terminal:
Take the exit from the lower level at the bus terminal. Catch tram number
18 (towards Rikshospitalet) and get off at “Frydenlund”.
From there you take the second street to the left into Parkveien, and follow
on until you get to number 25. It’s a 3 minutes walk.
From the central station (Oslo S / Jernbanetorget):
Catch tram number
17 or 18 (both towards Rikshospitalet) and get off at “Frydenlund”. From
there you take the second street to the left into Parkveien, and follow on
until you get to number 25 at the first light crossing. It is a 3 minutes
Take the subway towards west (all lines). Get off at the stop “Nationaltheateret”.
Follow the path to the right of the castle inside the royal park.
It’s about a 10 minutes walk to Cochs Pensjonat.
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From the airport (Gardermoen):
Take the airport bus to its last stop: Radisson SAS Hotel.
From there it’s 5 minutes walk up to the left to Cochs Pensjonat.
information, please see
Take the local train or the airport express shuttle train to “Nationaltheateret”.
From the train platform, you choose the exit towards Parkveien / Henrik
Ibsens gate / Drammensveien. Outside you take the first right into
Parkveien and follow it to number 25.
It takes about 10 minutes to walk.
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From Cochs Pensjonat
the centre of Oslo:
or tram 18 from the stop “Frydenlund".
Get off at Stortorvet (near the mainstreet) or Jernbanetorget (central
Frognerparken / Vigelandsparken (Majorstua):
Tram 11 to Majorstua from
the stop “Homansbyen”. The same tram changes into tram
12 and continues to the park, and then to Aker Brygge.
foot from Cochs Pensjonat
See map details
To Karl Johan
and Oslo City centre
Just a few minutes’ walk through Slottsparken.
Through Slottsparken, bear right when Karl Johan comes into view,
cross Kongeterrassen, walk through Vika, and you arrive at Aker Brygge.
Frognerparken and Vigelandsparken.
get to the Frogner swimming pool, Frogner Park and the park with Vigeland’s
statues from Cochs Pensjonat – walk up Bogstadveien to Majorstuen and
continue to the Colosseum Cinema. These attractions are then just a short
few minutes’ walk up Bogstadveien to Majorstuen brings you to the Metro
trains that take you to both these places.
Out on the town
in the immediate vicinity -What’s
on in Oslo?
For those of our guests who have access to the Internet,
there are several websites to browse through and you can actually decide in
advance what you would like to experience. At
www.visitoslo.com you can for example click on Attractions, Sights and
activities, Restaurants or What’s on? to see what Oslo has to offer.
The two websites
young people with easy access to concerts, clubs and places where they can
meet like-minded persons. You can also get directly onto the website
that provides links to a large number of concerts, revues and other cultural
activities. And if you want to shop, Cochs Pensjonat is situated at the
start of Oslo’s best shopping street – Bogstadveien.
out and entertainment
In summer the area around Cochs Pensjonat is packed with restaurants. Lorry
provides a relatively large outdoor eating area, and just below Lorry you
will find Rust, a pleasant bar where the music is not too loud. Horgans at
Parkveien 25 has a disco in the basement.
If you continue up Bogstadveien towards Majorstua, bars and
restaurants follow one after the other. And if you go in the opposite
direction – down through Slottsparken, the palace gardens – you will soon
reach Oslo’s main street, Karl Johan, which is simply lined with such places.
Bear right in Slottsparken to take a ten-minute stroll down to the wharfside
area Aker Brygge where you will find Oslo’s best outdoor restaurants in a
maritime environment along with a large shopping centre with hundreds of
Bjørungs in the same building. The pub
where you start the evening. Also suitable for large
The entrance to this
centrally-situated pub is next to Cochs’, and it offers good views over
Slottsparken. It’s the perfect starting-point – whether you will be going up
Bogstadveien or down to Aker Brygge/Karl Johan later on. Or maybe you just
want to relax with a cup of coffee or a glass of beer at the end of the
evening. It is also well known for its selection of cigars.