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Welcome to Oslo

Oslo is the most populous city and one of the bustling tourist hubs in the country. Travellers from far and wide come here to visit an assortment of museums and galleries to learn about Oslo’s rich culture. The city is sometimes nicknamed the 'world's biggest village' as it is blessed with unspoilt nature and promotes environmentally friendly tourism. If you want to spend some time soaking in the city’s jaw-dropping sceneries, you can choose from a bunch of activities to explore the icy terrains, blue fjords, sandy beaches, and green forests in the city. You can also come here to try out the local cuisine and experience the lively nightlife. There is something for everyone here!
Places to visit
Public Bike Tour: Oslo Highlights
Kickstart your sightseeing tour of Oslo with Viking Biking's Public Bike Tour. Pedal across famous landmarks to explore this beautiful city in summer.
NOK 440
City of Contrasts Green Walking Tour
Enjoy this tailor-made urban tour from Grønland to Bjørvika and learn about the industrial history of the Norwegian capital. Book this sightseeing trip today.
NOK 200
Historic River Walk – Green Walking Tour
A historic walk along Akerselva, Oslo’s Green Lung, is not only pleasing, but also truly serene! Book this sightseeing trip by Oslo Guidebureau today!
NOK 200
Fjord Sightseeing Cruise
Did you know that Oslo has a scenic waterfront away from the bustling city? Book this boat trip to cruise through the popular attractions of Oslofjord.
NOK 355
Jazz Cruise
Tantalise your tastebuds with a delicious shrimp dish as you enjoy jazz music aboard a wooden sailing ship! Book Norway Yacht Charter's jazz cruise now.
NOK 595

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Rey Del Mar Oslo
If you’re looking for fresh Mediterranean food in Oslo, try Rey Del Mar Oslo. Enjoy platefuls of mouth-watering street food or grab a quick bite while on the go.
Enjoy mouth-watering, plant-based food at Nordvegan in Oslo, and begin the journey to healthier, sustainable eating!
The Salmon
Head out to the Salmon, a restaurant in the harbor of Oslo and savor the freshest salmon made traditionally or with a modern twist!
Ling Ling
If you’re looking for Asian and Cantonese cuisines in Oslo, this is the perfect place to try. At Ling Ling, you will get Hakkasan dishes with a Norwegian touch.
Brasserie France
Brasserie France is where you'll find authentic French cuisine in Oslo. From soups and desserts to meals and wine, this place covers it all.

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Nordic Bible Museum
With a collection of a whopping 5,500 Bibles, the Nordic Bible Museum in Oslo is the largest not just in Norway but the whole of the Scandinavian region. Stroll across the museum and wake the pious side of you!
Oslo Opera House
Ever thought you’ll walk on the roof of a landmark? You can do it here at the Oslo Opera House! The Oslo Opera House is the main centre of the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet. Built in the early 2000s, the building was open to the public in 2008 and has 1,100 rooms. The contemporary architecture of the building was carefully designed by local designers so that guests can enjoy getting a chance to enjoy the scenic views from the rooftop after enjoying a performance/show inside the premises.
Natural History Museum
If you want to learn more about botanical and zoological history, the Natural History Museum in Oslo is a great place to visit. The museum, which is part of the University of Oslo, is located at Tøyen, and consists of both indoor and outdoor exhibitions. The museum is open from Monday to Sunday, but the opening hours vary between the Botanical Gardens, the Greenhouses and the Zoological Museum.
Villa Stenersen
If there is a place in Oslo that depicts Norway’s modern style of architecture, it has got to be Villa Stenersen. Architect Arne Korsmo designed it for the well-known author Rolf Stenersen and his family. Today, the house is open to the public as a popular sightseeing destination and hub of art.