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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
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.
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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.
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Lunch Cruise with Shrimps
Discover the picturesque Oslofjord while having a sumptuous traditional meal onboard a sailing ship. Book Norway Yacht Charter's lunch cruise today.
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The Viking Planet
Ever wonder about life in Norway during the 8th century? Visit Norway's first digital museum, The Viking Planet, to learn about the fascinating life of the Vikings!
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Kistefos Museum
Experience top-of-the-line architecture, stunning art displays and industrial history all amidst gorgeous settings in a sculpture park at the Kistefos Museum!
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J2 Restaurant
Want to try out some South Asian food during your vacation in Oslo? Come to J2 Restaurant and indulge in some authentic Korean food! Book a table now.
TUNCO
Head to TUNCO in Oslo and enjoy delicious, sustainable prepared dishes. They also provide a meal to a child in need every time you dine there!
Ruffino
Ruffino is the place to go if you're seeking for an Italian restaurant with delectable meals.
Solsiden Restaurant
Love seafood? Come to Soliden Restaurant and try out their fantastic range of dishes made from scallops, mussels, fish, shrimp, lobster, shellfish, and crab.
Himkok
Himkok revolutionised the cocktail business in Oslo with its unique distillery. Here you’ll get drinks that deliver authentic Nordic flavours and tastes.

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The Royal Palace
The spectacular Royal Palace is the official residence of the Norwegian royalty, HM King Harald V and HM Queen Sonja, and one of the popular attractions in Oslo. Selected rooms in the palace are open for public viewing in summer.
Astrup Fearnley Museum
One of Oslo’s noteworthy art galleries is Astrup Fearnley Museum for Contemporary Art, designed by renowned museum-maestro Renzo Piano. Everything about this museum catches the eye, right from the serene surroundings to the incredible pieces of art exhibited here.
Ekely
Just outside Oslo is the place where Edvard Munch resided and created spectacular pieces of art. During the late 19th century, the artist lived in a villa here, that was nicknamed Munch’s atelier. Although the villa doesn’t stand there today, the adjacent winter studio is still available for visits.
The Stenersen Museum
Also known as the Museum of Fine Arts, The Stenersen Museum is where you can find contemporary art in a huge collection of exhibits. It was opened in 1994 and soon became the perfect destination for art lovers in Oslo.