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Bygdoy Peninsula
Bygdøy Peninsula

4.2/5
53 Reviews
Oslo Top 15 in Can't Miss Attractions
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Open Open 24 hours
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 4-5 days
Address: Bygd, Oslo
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Phone: +47-22-449700

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The peninsula is called "Museum Peninsula" because of its many museums, and some people call it "Oslo's balcony" in online reviews. In the ears of keen Chinese people, "balcony" and "back garden" can basically be equated with the rich area. Take a small circle, just feel that the environment is beautiful and the atmosphere is quiet. In addition, it faces the fjord and the geographical location is unique. Obviously, no ordinary people live here. Sure enough, the green trees are surrounded by villas of different styles, many with their own courtyards, letter boxes and garages, which are full of aura.

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Introduction

The Bigue Peninsula is located on the west side of Oslo and is also known as the “Museum Island”. The island is home to several famous museums, including the Folklore Museum, the Viking Ship Museum, the Maritime Museum and the Fram Museum. In addition, the Norwegian royal family's summer residence is also located on the Bigue Peninsula, where there are beautiful beaches and forests. During the summer, many local residents take a boat to the island for a holiday.
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