Norway’s Capital City

Oslo tops the polls for its outstanding quality of life. As one of Europe’s wealthiest and fastest growing cities, it is embracing change in everything from architecture and design to urban planning and entrepreneurship.

An ideal location

Oslo is a compact city with many of its primary attractions located within easy walking distance of Telegrafen. From a quick coffee to Michelin star dining, a business lunch to an evening spent relaxing in one of the many stylish bars, everything is within immediate reach.

At the Heart
of the Action

Just a five minute walk from the Oslo Central Station and the Stortinget metro station, and merely steps away from the nearest bus and tram stops, Telegrafen offers convenience and an easy commute for tenants and guests.

Telegrafen lies at the heart of the Kvadraturen district, directly adjacent to the city’s most exclusive shopping areas. Attracting international high-end shoppers, the neighbourhood is home to the world’s most sought-after brands; everyone from Mulberry, Louis Vuitton, Hermés, Burberry, Balenciaga and YSL to many high street favourites. The building is also close to two of Norway’s major luxury department stores, Steen & Strøm and Eger.

  • Subway station
  • Airport transfer
  • Tram stop
  • Bus stop
  • Ferry terminal

Ideally located

Telegrafen is surrounded by fantastic transport links and allows you to explore Oslo with ease.

Public transport

Stortinget Metro Station
3 min walk
Train Station
8 min walk
Oslo CBD
10 min walk
Oslo Airport
20 min (Airport Express train from Oslo Central Station)


10 min walk
15 min walk
Aker Brygge
20 min walk
Greenery and fountains at Studenterlunden park opposite the National Theatre
Oslo City Hall architecture by architects Arneberg and Poulsson
The F5 concept store
Enjoying a coffee at the Sentralen Cafeteria

A cultural centre

Culturally, Oslo offers a wealth of things to see and do – from the spectacular new Opera House, the Munch Museum to the annual Øya music festival. Oslo has a burgeoning dining culture with top chefs bringing Michelin stars to the city while the plethora of coffee shops rival those of Norway’s Scandinavian cousins.

Sentralen building facade