Home to the world’s best-preserved Viking ships, Viking Ship Museum is a perfect place to start your trip to Norway. Renowned for its historical collection of both the ships and the burial findings are on display including a large, beautifully intricate wagon and amazingly well-maintain clothing items. One of the most visited places in Oslo, the museum gives you the best insights to the Scandinavian culture.
Sognsvann Lake is the perfect place to get away from the city and unwind amidst nature. Take a hike through the verdant woods, or picnic at one of the many benches. One of the most easily accessible lakes in all of Oslo, Sognsvann Lake is a must-visit spot to admire the natural beauty of Norway.
Enjoy the surreal sightseeing of Oslofjord on a fjord cruise. Cruise through the idyllic bays, maze of islands, charming landscapes, alluring city views and the verdant hills surrounding Oslo. Admire the beauty of towering mountains and quaint vistas dotted with picturesque summer homes of Oslo.
Oslo Opera House is the largest cultural building in Norway. The spectacular white Italian marble and granite structure is one of the top tourist attractions of Oslo. Witness the performance related to Norwegian culture and the artistic performance of other popular artists. Admire the way this breathtaking building appears to rise out of the waters of the Oslo Fjord.
Holmenkollen Ski Jump is a great way to see the views of Oslo, savor some traditional Norwegian dishes and learn more about the history of ski jumping. The first ski jumping event at Holmenkollen took place in 1982 with a crowd of 12,000 people and since then it is one of the most visited places in Oslo.
The famed Vigeland Sculpture Park is situated inside Oslo’s famous Frogner Park, one of Norway’s most famous tourist attraction. The incredible sculpture park is Gustav Vigeland’s lifework and contains more than 200 of his dynamic sculptures in granite, bronze and wrought iron. One of its kind parks, the artistic park is one of the most-visited parks in Norway.
Oslo City Hall, also known as the Radhust is one of the significant landmarks of the city. The imposing square building is the pride of Oslo designed by Arnstein Arneberg and Magnus Poulson. Discover the beautiful interior and fascinating facade with its sculptures and rich frescos. This is one of the best places to visit in Oslo at night when all the building are beautifully lit!
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