Turkish Airlines offers eight different flight alternatives in average on a daily basis from Oslo to Tehran. All operated as connecting over Istanbul Airport (IST), flights in this route take off from Oslo-Gardermoen Airport (OSL) and land at Tehran Imam Khomeini International Airport (IKA). Passengers may be required to change the airports during their layovers at Istanbul.
Duration of the journeys varies by the layover, ranging from 8 to 29 hours in average. Nevertheless, passengers of Turkish Airlines turn their layover time into enjoyable moments thanks to the privileged services offered by Turkish Airlines. If your layover at Istanbul is between 6 to 24 hours, you may have a chance to benefit from the complimentary sightseeing service Touristanbul to explore this enchanting city.
The Norwegian capital Oslo owns a peerless beauty by its location along the North Sea. The city is simply enthralling by its deep blue sea on one hand, and the majestic mountains on the other…
Being under the spotlight, Oslo gets credit by its advanced infrastructure and high living standards. The visitors of this fascinating city generally start their touristic tours from the Royal Palace and the administrative buildings around by their glorious architectural details. Karl Johans Street captivating especially by its historical artifacts is one of the most vibrant spots in the city. Those interested in witnessing the history prefer visiting Akershus Fortress and Viking Ship Museum. Vigeland Sculpture Park, on the other hand, arouses interest by its wonderful landscape and sculptures, whereas Oslo Cathedral is regarded as the city’s icon, flooded by visitors all year round.
There are three airports serving in Oslo: Oslo-Gardermoen Airport (OSL), Sandefjord Torp Airport (TRF) and Moss Rygge Airport (RYG). Flights from Oslo with Turkish Airlines take off from Oslo-Gardermoen Airport (OSL).
It is possible to use the express trains for reaching the airport from the city center. The line Oslo S departs from the Central Station and gets to the airport within nearly 20 minutes. In addition, you may also reach the airport via the trains operating from Drammen in every 20 minutes, which stop at Nationaltheateret Station.
You may consider using the suburban trains as well, setting off from Skien, Kongsberg or Drammen stations.
Those planning to use the airport shuttles may use the vehicles serving from the center to the airport within 45 minutes in average. Moreover, you may get to the airport comfortably also via the cabs serving 7/24 all around the city.
Iran’s capital Tehran shines out as the largest and the most populous metropolis countrywide. As a city with a high population of young people, Tehran offers more freedom and movement for its guests by its contemporary and attractive profile. Tehran creates a touristic attraction increasing gradually each passing year by its old edifices and squares witnessing the history, verdant parks as the favorite of many guests by their totally enthralling landscapes, together with its valuable museums and glorious palaces.
The icon of the Persian Empire, Azadi Tower is generally the first stop of touristic tours in the city. Serving as a perfect model of both the Islamic and the Sassanian architecture, this admirable tower gets credit from the visitors. Offering sumptuous and rich collections for its guests by many palaces it hosts, including but not limited to Golestan, Sadabad and Niavan, the city would be a perfect destination for those fond of cultural tours. The National Jewelry Treasury where the jewelries of utmost beauty are displayed, is the favorite of the history lovers, together with the Museum of Archeology which provides an insight into the history.
Tehran hosts two airports: The former airport Mehrabad is used only for domestic flights today. Accordingly, passengers with a flight ticket to Tehran with Turkish Airlines land at Imam Khomeini International Airport (IKA), which is 55 kilometers to the center.
The subway line operating from the 1st floor of Imam Khomeini International Airport (IKA) provides practical transport to the center. This red colored line numbered 8 reaches the center of Tehran within thirty minutes. You may get to the center also via the minibuses departing on the way out the airport, or prefer using the cabs available 7/24.