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Recently ranked the world’s most expensive city to live in, Oslo is a relatively tropical paradise among Scandinavian cities. Thanks to the Gulf Stream, the climate is generally pleasant in summer and the winters are a far cry from some of the blisteringly frigid, sub-freezing environments of her neighboring cities. With a population of just under one million including the surrounding area, Oslo is a vibrant city that has grown over the centuries into a unique and interesting culture. Dating back someone thousand years, this capital of Norway has an exceptional harbor that makes visiting via boat an enjoyable and easily scheduled way of travel. In addition to Oslo’s many museums and various parks, outdoor galleries (like the popular Vigeland Sculpture Park) make viewing the numerous examples of this rich culture very easy. Shopping, great food, and a lively nightlife are also waiting until you if you are up to it. Good quality budget food can be discovered in Torggata, and offers both local and international favorites. The surrounding countryside makes a great place for cold-weather sports like skiing and snowboarding, and the locals are tolerant of less than perfect novices.
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Things To Do in Oslo

Det Kongelige Slott
268 Reviews
E25***32very pretty to look at from the outside, just like the rest of the city!
276 Reviews
tdmmbawOslo, the capital of Norway, has a world-renowned sculpture park with the theme of life. It is called Vigeland Sculpture Park. In 1909, a man named Vigeland who had sought advice from the French artist Rodin at the age of 41. Boldly proposed to the government: Give me a piece of green space, and I want it to be world-renowned. The Norwegian government really fulfilled his wish. Since then, he has lived, lived and lived in this green space, exhausting the rest of his life to independently complete the overall planning blueprint of the park and all the sculpture designs. The park was built in 1924 and completed in 19 years. The park covers an area of 455 acres. There are 150 groups of large and small sculptures in the park, including 192 sculptures and 650 reliefs. Each group of sculptures reflects a theme-life! So it is also called "Life Park" Vigeland Park has designed four parts on the central axis of the park around the theme of "life", symbolizing the four stages of life, from life to death: The first stage: the bridge of life. The second stage: as the fountain of life. The third stage: the pillar of life. The fourth stage: the wheel of life. Walking among the group of sculptures makes people feel the joys, sorrows, joys, sorrows and reunions experienced in life. Make every visitor fear and treat life kindly!
Oslo City Hall
245 Reviews
City Hall
Juno KimThe Nobel Peace Prize is awarded in Oslo City Hall each year. The art work in the building is amazing!
Akershus Fortress
138 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Kristin DugasThis was a great place to set out and explore early in the morning, as it offered phenomenal views of the sea and sunrise (at 10AM in the winter months, so no need to rise super early!) The fortress itself is easily accessible and simple to guide yourself through, I had researched it before my trip, so gave myself a self-guided tour to save a bit of money on my attempt at a budget-friendly trip to Norway last December. The grounds are very quiet early in the morning and it also allows you to get some stunning photos without the large crowds in all of them, so that was a bonus.
85 Reviews
关裕年guanyunianIn the shops on the street, you can see a lot of dolls in the shape of monsters and witches, which means that the long winter is easy to think of ghosts and corresponding ghost legends, the four dwarfs and Snow White.
Nobel Peace Center
105 Reviews
GLS***67A Must to go place for everyone who is in the town or around. Please don’t miss it and make sure to the the installation of all nobel price winners.

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Explore Downtown Oslo on a Self-Guided Audio Walk
Oslo Private Panoramic Tour
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Oslo Highlights with a visit to the Viking Museum
Sightseeing Private Tour of Oslo and Viking Ship Museum

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Det Kongelige Slott
Det Kongelige SlottOslo,Norway

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Oslo City Hall
Oslo City HallOslo,Norway

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Akershus Fortress
Akershus FortressOslo,Norway

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Nobel Peace Center
Nobel Peace CenterOslo,Norway

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Oslo Weather

Dec 5, 2020
1 ~ 1
Dec 6, 2020
Mostly Cloudy
1 / 2
Dec 7, 2020
1 / 3
Dec 8, 2020
Mostly Cloudy
0 / 2
Dec 9, 2020
-2 / 1
Dec 10, 2020
-4 / 0
Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for Oslo
Dec 5, 2020 Oslo Weather:Clouds, Northeasterly Wind:0-10 kph, Humidity:100%, Sunrise/Sunset:09:00/15:15
Oslo Running:Not Recommended, Cycling:Not Recommended

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Here are the best places to visit in Oslo, including: Det Kongelige Slott,Vigelandsparken,Oslo City Hall
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