Oslo, Norway

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About Oslo

About Oslo

Why Go on Oslo, Norway Holidays

Experience outdoor activities and the city charm of the oldest and sunniest Scandinavian capital. The largest city in Norway feels like the perfect blend of nature and city life, it is even often referred to as the unrivaled location of city life with outdoor spirit.

Outdoor activities are just a short train ride away: biking, skiing, swimming, climbing, diving - practically anything you can imagine is available.

And when in Oslo you are never far away from a park! The most renown one to surely add to your Oslo sightseeing plans is the Frogner Park, also called Vigeland Park. This beautiful area boasts not only lush greenery but also dozens of outstanding sculptures, created by Gustav Vigeland.

When it comes to nightlife, everyone could find something to their liking, whether you are looking for a chill-out lounge, a pub or a fashionable place - Oslo has it all.

Abundant with museums this Scandinavian capital offers a great variety of historical and cultural experiences. Here are a few we recommend you to add to your Oslo itinerary: the Natural History Museum, the National Gallery, as well as the Norwegian Museum of Science, Technology and Medicine.

Without a doubt, the legendary Viking Ship Museum, home to historic ships and Viking age artifacts is an absolute must-do during Oslo tours.

The city's excellent and convenient public transport system allows you to visit multiple attractions on the same day.

Moreover, if you get tired from activities you can always relax on a cruise with stunning views of Oslo Fjord or hop on a tour bus to visit the main sights of Oslo.

Best Things to Do in Oslo, Norway

  • Explore the famous Vigeland Park
  • Visit the iconic Viking Ship Museum
  • Enjoy the top city attractions, icnluding the Akershus Fortress and the Royal Palace
Best Tours to Oslo

Best Tours to Oslo

Top Attractions in Oslo

Top Attractions in Oslo

Akersus Fortress, Oslo, Norway

Akershus Fortress is a medieval castle located in the city center by the Oslo Fjord and it is a great place to discover the capital’s history and enjoy beautiful views.

City Hall, Oslo

Oslo City Hall is one the most popular places in the capital. It houses the city council, city administration, art studios with galleries, and is located in the center of town.

Frogner Park, Oslo

Frogner Park is a public park in Oslo that contains the world famous Vigeland installation - a permanent sculpture installation created by Gustav Vigeland.

National Gallery, Oslo, Norway

The National Gallery was founded in 1837 and houses Norway's largest public collection of paintings and sculptures in the country. The most well known attractions here are Edvard Munch's “The Scream”.

Royal Palace of Oslo
Marvel at the lavish interior of the official seat of King Harald V and Queen Sonja, the Royal Palace in Oslo.
Holmenkollbakken Ski Museum, Oslo

Holmenkollbakken is a large ski jump hill located in Oslo. It's the world's most modern ski jump which is worth a visit whatever the weather.

Viking Ship Museum, Oslo

Take a glimpse at the rich Viking heritage of Norway in the Viking Ship Museum is located in Oslo. Its most famous exhibit is the legendary full-size Viking ship Oseberg

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