Torp Airport Transportation
A small international airport located in the rural north side of the city of Sandefjord, Sandefjord Airport offers a quiet gateway into south Norway. Make sure you’ve got a ride ready & waiting by booking from several meet-and-greets, whether it’s a business-friendly taxi or elegant stretched limousines. Another ride to consider is the kind that offers all the freedom in the world, from private sedans perfect for couples looking to keep every moment intimate to expansive buses that can transport dozens at a time.
Shared Ride Van
Local Personal Drivers
TRF Airport Terminals
Torp Airport Shuttles
With 68 miles separating the facility and downtown Oslo, many in the region like to visit the city as much as nearby attractions. Do so by having a lifts ready for the occasion, booking a shuttle from either local sedan or taxi companies to get easy rides to the nearest train station, or gos with a variety of private rentals that offer the benefit of taking your time across the country as well as the ability to go the long way back.
Attractions ranging from vast to quaint wait in every direction, all depending on which way you’re headed. Those exploring the northern city of Stokke have a range of quaint villages, waterside views, and parks to enjoy, one of the most popular attractions being Sti For Øye due to its towering lookouts. If you’re staying in the small town of Larvik instead, enjoy a handful of charming museums and churches that include the Herregården Estate. And if you’re staying simple with a trip to Sandefjord, don’t forget the art of doing nothing at Tønsberg Tønne, which looks out at the majesty of the eastern shores.
Don’t lose track of the ride that matters most by making sure you’ve got the information on-hand. Do so with a quick print-out of the confirmation email after you book with your shuttle provider, also considering a travel journal that holds contact information as well as pick-up location, time, and vehicle type. If you can’t find Ground Transportation, ask for guidance from the information desk, located on the ground floor and always ready to help.
About Sandefjord Airport
If you happen to be inside the airport long enough to where you feel like you’re in a hotel, get to know your surroundings by enjoying the on-site shops & restaurants. Grab a bite to eat at the airport chain, O’Learys Restaurant & Pub, a casual place to hangout in the middle of the layover with a burger and sports game, also choosing between La Baguette, Peppe’s Pizza, and Café Opus. Stores include one Duty Free shop as well as The Point kiosks, which offer newspapers, drinks, and to-go food.
Though the area is located in a rural area north of the city, Sandefjord Airport still offers instant access to a few attractions. One of the most popular is the Knattholmen Pursuits & Coastal Camp School, located east along the island of Natholmen and offering one of the country’s most vivid lookouts. Check out what’s in the nearby town of Stokke as well, renowned for its quiet location and super laid-back locals. If you’re wanting something right around the corner instead, enjoy a stroll at Fokserød, a great way to go on a walk right after a long flight.
Check out the sweeping views available from the iconic Tønsberg Tønne, located on the eastern end one of the city’s two peninsulas and offering a vivid view of the city from a stone monument, secret beaches, and unique sunsets. The city also offers a train station to the nearby city of Oslo, making a quick hour and a half trip into the country’s capital something worth considering. If you get bored of the mainland, remember that you can always see what’s at sea with the help of countless ferries waiting to deport along the south bay. Eat at a popular local restaurant before your trip comes to a close, one of the most beloved being Beist Burger & Bar.
Lounges at Sandefjord Airport