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Things To Do in Oslo

Det Kongelige Slott
4.5/5
270 Reviews
Palace
The Royal Palace (Norwegian: Slottet or formally Det kongelige slott)
Oslo City Hall
4.5/5
246 Reviews
City Hall
The Oslo City Hall is a brick-and-red building that was built in 1950 to celebrate the city of Oslo. It was completed by Norwegian artists with constant decoration and retouching. The halls of the city hall showcase the works of many artists, showing the history, culture and people's work and life in Norway. Every room here is special, with furnishings, figure murals, and sea views through the windows, giving visitors a sense of the history.
Vigelandsparken
4.5/5
277 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
Standing in the northwest corner of the capital Oslo, the Vigeland Park is where you can see open lawns, lush forests, and ponds. It is a great place for people to take a walk and have a picnic. On the sidewalks in the middle of the Vigeland Park, there are various life-size human statues, and Vigeland used human body statues to express a series of emotions.
Flam
4.6/5
86 Reviews
Town
The town of Flam is located in the heart of the Aurland Fjord, hidden in the embrace of three mountains, known as "the place close to God." The town is fresh and sunny, with beautiful fjord views, beautiful mountains, and a number of orchards and quaint rural buildings. It is the starting and ending point of the famous Flemish Alpine Railway and an important cruise port.
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