Parking in Oslo

Parking in Oslo

Oslo has municipal-owned public parking, as well as private parking spots.

Prices differ depending on the zone, time and particular place you are parking in.

Public parking in the city center is paid from Monday to Friday between 9am and 8pm. The parking is free after 8pm, as well as every Sunday.
Outside of the city center public parking is available as well, divided into zones, some of which are free of charge. Some zones have a time limit for parking i.e. you can only park for a particular period of time at once. In every parking zone there are signs that show parking rules at that particular spot.

You can download the Bil I Oslo app to pay fares for public parking. The app provides you with a confirmation that the fare has been paid for your particular parking spot. You can also pay parking on machines that accept Norwegian Crowns (coins), as well as Visa, American Express, and MasterCard/ Eurocard credit cards as payment methods.

You can see the map of parking zones on the link below:,6641105.451,601640.5367,6645010.7088,25832

Private parking includes garages as open parking.

  • You need to pay for parking immediately after you park, placing the confirmation in a visible place in your car;
  • If you pay for parking using the app, it is enough to have the phone confirmation;
  • You can use the website to find available parking spots, as well as to see the price, open hours and details about a particular parking spot (indoor parking);
  • If your car gets towed, you can pick it up in Ulvenveien Street 90, 0581. The facility is open at all times. You can contact them by calling + 47 23 48 21 50, or via the e-mail address [email protected]
  • It is prohibited to stop your car less than five meters away from a crossroad and a crosswalk, as well as in spots reserved for cyclists, on the pavement;
  • Stopping traffic during loading and unloading items is also prohibited;
  • Parking tickets per hour cost between €1 and €6 depending on the particular place you want to park in.

Author of the text:

Maja Glavaš, Bachelor with Honours in Communicology. Works in Tourism.
Contact: [email protected]; instagram: travel_europe1

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