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Oslo Holidays

Oslo holidays

Oslo has been the Norway's capital since 1814. Considered to be one of the world’s greenest and most liveable cities, Oslo is bordered by the Oslofjord to the south, forests and hills to the north and has a large open-parkland at its heart. Few other cities in the world can offer such a varied and green landscape, covering more than two thirds of the city.

The historic centre of Oslo comprises of a compact maze of neo-classical 19th century buildings, imposing palaces and halls and an infusion of modern architecture. Here, past and present stand side by side. This is a wonderful district to explore on foot with distances short and the terrain relatively flat. At every turn, historic buildings, museums, shopping arcades, flea markets and major sites attract attention.

With the Oslo Pass (included with all bookings), it is possible to visit Oslo’s premier attractions for free. Entrance to the Akershus Castle; Kon-Tiki Museum; the National Museum; the Nobel Peace Center; the Ibsen Museum; National Gallery; the Munch Museum; Vigeland Museum and the Viking Ship Museum are included.

Oslo, Norway

Holidays In Oslo

To the west of the city, a short ride on the metro, is the natural park of Holmenkollen. During the summer months, the lush landscape of Holmenkollen is a tranquil haven with walking and cycling trails abound. There is also the Holmenkollen Visitor Centre and Ski Museum (entrance included with the Oslo Pass) which depict the illustrious history of the park – hosts of the World Ski Championships in 1930, 1966 and 1982, and the Winter Olympics in 1952.

Measuring 100km in length, the Oslofjord links the capital with the open sea. Home to forty islands, small picturesque villages and the riverside fortress at Fredrikstad, the fjord offers an escape from city life for visitors and locals alike and, during the summer months, the perfect location for picnics and swimming.

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