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Known for its seamless blend of natural beauty and modern urban life, Oslo offers a unique Scandinavian experience. From its iconic waterfront, dotted with sleek architecture, to its cultural landmarks like the Viking Ship Museum, the Munch Museum, and the Royal Palace, Oslo delights visitors with its rich history and contemporary charm. With a thriving arts scene, innovative cuisine, and a commitment to sustainability, Oslo is a dynamic city that captivates travellers with its stunning landscapes, friendly locals, and progressive spirit.
Oslo Opera House
Kirsten Flagstads Plass 1, Oslo

An iconic city landmark, the white-oblique building of the Opera House is located right next to the harbour and was constructed to emulate a floating glacier. Offering a rich program of opera and ballet, this emblematic building has oak interiors, street-level windows, and a shimmering marble rooftop. To climb it and enjoy great views over Oslo and its fjord is a must for every visitor.

Aker Brygge & Tjuvholmen

Aker Brygge is a lively and very popular area situated right by the fjord. It has witnessed enormous development since the days when it used to be a shipyard up until the 80s. Now, visitors and locals come here for shopping, al fresco dining at one of the countless restaurants and bistros, or just to take a stroll along the waterfront. Tjuvholmen is an area located on a peninsula adjacent to Aker Brygge, between Pipervika and Filipstad. It has also undergone remarkable transformations throughout its history. Once a bustling dock, shipyard, and warehouse district, Tjuvholmen has evolved into a modern hub characterised by innovative architecture and bustling with stylish apartments and trendy restaurants. Tjuvholme also hosts many art galleries, a sculpture park, and a city beach. Here you'll also find the Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, housed in a spectacular wooden building designed by Renzo Piano.

Sanguine Brasserie
Oslo Opera House, Kirsten Flagstads Plass 1, Oslo

Sanguine Brasserie sits in the middle of the iconic Opera House's foyer. You can visit during day time, have a coffee in the sun, or combine a grand dinner with an opera show. Serving Norwegian classics and some international dishes, Sanguine's menu changes every month.

Maridalsveien 45B, Oslo

Syverkiosken has become an iconic symbol of Oslo, offering affordable and delicious hot dogs — arguably the best ones in Norway. The boiled wieners are prepared following a family recipe, wrapped in a sort of thick potato pancake, and served with a wide range of traditional toppings.

Sunday Market at Blå
Ingens Gate, Oslo

The Sunday Market in Ingensgate, also known as The Sunday Market at Blå, is a handicraft and second-hand market, which takes place every Sunday all year around. Designers and craftsmen sell their handmade products, like ceramics, knitwear, glass, jewellery, paintings, and soap. Usually, some street-food stalls are also present.

Aker Brygge
Aker Brygge, Oslo

Situated by the stunning Oslo fjord, Aker Brygge is a sought-after neighbourhood where shopping and dining converge. With over 30 diverse shops, it offers a vibrant array of fashion, design, flowers, books, jewellery, home decor, and cosmetics. Along the boardwalk, Aker Brygge boasts a lovely strip of restaurants, creating an inviting ambience for indulging in al fresco dining.


Norway can be visited visa-free for up to 90 days by citizens of Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Israel, UAE and most countries in America. If you are unsure whether or not you need to apply for a visa, we recommend contacting the embassy or consulate in your country. International (non-Schengen) travellers need a passport that is valid for at least 3 months after the end of their intended trip in order to enter the Schengen zone. Citizens of Schengen countries can travel without a passport but must have a valid ID with them during their stay.

Oslo Airport (OSL)
Edvard Munchs Veg, Gardermoen

Oslo's main airport (OSL), also known as Oslo Gardermoen Airport or simply Gardermoen, is situated 50 kilometres north of the Norwegian capital. The airport coaches and high-speed trains depart regularly for central Oslo. The train takes about 20 minutes and there are two trains to choose from: - The Airport Express Train (Flytoget) - Vy (formerly NSB), the national Norwegian railway company There are also several buses to take from the airport, one of them is Airport Express Coach (Flybussen) which runs every 20 minutes every day between the airport and the city centre. Taxis are represented at the airport, just head over to the taxi information desk in the arrival hall where you will get information about the fixed rates of the different taxi companies. They can also help you book a taxi, otherwise, the taxi rank is just outside the arrival hall.

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