FAQ Stromma Norway
Where do I buy my ticket?
You can buy tickets for all our destinations online, or from our street sellers. You can also buy them from our partners in each city (Tourist information centers and partner hotels etc.).
The online booking closes one hour before departure. Read more about our booking and cancelation terms under Terms and Conditions.
Can we take the bus at any stop?
Yes, the ticket is valid from all our stops, you can jump on and off as much as you like. The audio system uses GPS in order to play the correct information.
How do I find the bus?
The easiest way to find the Hop On Hop Off bus is to use our Find my bus function, where you can see where the buses are in our different destinations.
How long is the ticket valid?
In Oslo the ticket is valid for 24 or 48 hours.
In Geiranger, Bergen, Kristiansand, Stavanger, and Ålesund we only operate on cruise days and the ticket are valid one day.
Is entrance to attractions included?
No, but some museums and attractions will give you discount on the entrance if you show your City Sightseeing ticket. You can get more information in our brochures.
Will I see all the best sights?
Yes. The City Sightseeing tours stops at the most interesting places in each city.
Is there wifi?
Yes, we have free wifi on all our buses and on board our boat M/S Nobel.
How do I recognize your buses?
The red City Sightseeing buses are easy to recognize, the name and logo is clearly shown on all our buses.
How do I pay my ticket?
You can pay your ticket with cash (NOK, Euro, Dollars) or by credit card.
How does it work?
The City Sightseeing buses drive a continuous route. Along the route there are stops at various places of interest. You can hop off where you want and return to the same stop to continue your tour.
Which languages are available?
The City Sightseeing commentaries are offered in different languages. The languages depend on what destination you are in, but usally: English, German, Spanish, French, Japanese, Italian and Norwegian.
Can I bring my wheelchair on the bus?
Yes, the Hop on – Hop off tour buses have a wheelchair ramp and room for a wheelchair with a headphone jack for guidance.
Is the boat accessible with a wheelchair?
No, M/S Nobel has steps in the boat and is not adjusted for impaired mobility.