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A natural hub

Barcode is right in the center of Oslo - a natural junction between east and west where Oslo's different parts of town unite.

Norway's biggest public transport junction, Oslo S, is the closest neighbour to Barcode. The vicinity to train, buss, subway, trams and taxi make for an easy to-and-from. The Bjørvika bus stop is in the middle of Barcode. Bike paths and squares are safe and perfect if you prefer bicycle as your means of transport. If you take your car to Barcode, there are parking facilities some hundred meters away.

The Acrobat bridge unites Gamlebyen (The Old Town) with Barcode. If you arrive from Oslo S, you follow Trelastgata or Dronning Eufemias gate to the east to get to Barcode. 

It is not far to woods or fjords. Sørenga sjøbad, Middelalderparken (the medieval park) or Ekebergåsen (hills of Ekeberg) are all in walking distance from Barcode. 

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Norway's biggest public transport junction, Oslo S, is closest neighbour to Barcode. The vicinity to train, buss, subway, tram and taxi makes it an easy to-and-from.


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