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Things to do in Oslo
Oslo is Norway’s biggest and capital city. Surrounded by hills, mountains, forests, islands, and hundreds of lakes, it’s one of the greenest and most beautiful cities in the world. Not only that, but Oslo is also home to world-class museums, fascinating cultures, architecture, a thriving cafe and bar culture, and a whole lot more.
Discover the captivating manmade structures of the city by wandering around with your camera. Visit the impressive Royal Palace of the city and go enjoy a tour. Check out the modern architecture of Oslo Opera House, and if you visit during summer, you can even climb the building’s marble slopes for a unique view of the city.
Stop by Oslo Cathedral and visit Basarhallene or The Bazaar Halls for shopping and a bite to eat in the cafes or restaurants. Go to Oslo City Hall and see the massive red brick building is eye-catching. Don’t forget to go inside for displays of historical artefacts, various artworks, and a chance to see where they present the Nobel Peace Prize every year.
Get ready to find your new profile photo when you take pictures at Stortinget, Vigeland Sculpture Park, and Akershus Castle. You can even get excellent views of the Oslo Fjord and surrounding areas at the castle.
Don’t miss the incredible museums of Oslo. Spend hours visiting the city’s best, such as Henrik Ibsen Museum, Munch Museum, and Oslo Museum. Do you know the world-famous painting of The Scream? You can find that and many other masterpieces at the National Gallery.
For a different kind of museum experience, spend a day browsing through the Nobel Peace Centre, Holmenkollen Ski Museum, the Viking Museum, and many more. But if you’re travelling with kids, travel just outside of Oslo to Tusenfryd amusement park for a fun family day.
Spend time with Mother Nature at the gorgeous Nordmarka Park. If you love outdoor adventures, then hop on a boat and head to the Oslo Fjord for cross-country skiing, slalom and snowboarding in winter or a thrilling hike during summer. Enjoy the sun even more when you have a beach day at Katten, Hvervenbukta, Bestemorstranda and Ingierstrand.
Can’t wait to go? Then start planning your trip now with this Oslo travel guide.
What you should know
The best time to visit Oslo is from May to August, when you can enjoy the weather and temperature in the city plus cheaper hotel prices too. Not only that, you’ll even get the chance to experience the fascinating Midnight Sun (almost 24 hours of daylight) in June or July. But if you love skiing and other winter sports, wear your warmest clothes to Oslo from September to April.
Great news! You can visit Oslo whenever you want. Singapore citizens can fly to Norway and travel to Oslo without a visa for up to 90 days. To get more travel info, just visit Norway’s official site in Singapore.
Travelling to and around Oslo
Your flight will be bound for Oslo Airport in Gardermoen, where you can ride a taxi, bus, and train to reach the city centre. Travelling around Oslo is easy too, with your choices of taxi, metro train, tram, bus, local train, and boat.
It’s time to make your way to Norway! Pack your bags now and go book your Oslo flights with Skiddoo today.
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