The city has a deep history stretching back to the Viking Age. Oslo has several museums, including the Viking Ship Museum, which exhibits Viking ships and artifacts from Norway's past.

Oslo also has modern architectural gems such as the award-winning Oslo Opera House, known for its unique design and spectacular waterfront location.

Oslo is surrounded by natural beauty, including forested hills and the Oslo Fjord, which adds to the city's charm. The fjord allows for recreational activities and offers stunning views.

Vigelandsparken is a large sculpture park that displays more than 200 sculptures created by Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland. The park is a tribute to human life and is a popular recreational area.

Experiences in Oslo

The Royal Palace (Det Kongelige Slott)

This is the official home of the Norwegian royal family and is open to the public during the summer. Daily changing of the guard can also be experienced at the palace.


Akershus Castle and Fortress

A historic castle and fortress located by the harbor. It serves as a museum and offers stunning views of the Oslofjord.



This art museum houses an impressive collection of Norwegian and international artists, including works by Edvard Munch, such as the iconic painting "The Scream."


Bygdøy Peninsula

A peninsula that houses several museums, including the Fram Museum, the Viking Ship Museum and the Kon-Tiki Museum, which focuses on expeditions and discoveries.

Marble Church (Marble Church)

A beautiful church with an impressive dome and views of the city from the church tower.


Oslo Aquarium

Located on Tjuvholmen, this aquarium has a wide range of marine life and interactive exhibits.


Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art

A modern art museum by the harbor that presents international contemporary artists.


Oslo is known as the "City of Tigers" due to the two tigers on the city's coat of arms

Oslo is one of the world's most expensive cities to live in

The Oslofjord, stretching over 100 km, is one of the longest fjords in the world

Oslo has more than 340 lakes, giving the city a real "lake landscape"


The Nobel Peace Prize is awarded every year at a ceremony in Oslo City Hall

Oslo is one of the greenest capitals in the world, with around 95 square meters of green space per inhabitant

Holmenkollbakken has hosted several ski world championships and is one of the oldest ski jumping slopes in the world

Oslo is a bike-friendly city with a growing network of bike paths and a city bike rental system

Oslo has a public sauna by the harbor called "Sørenga Public Sauna"

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