Tours & Tickets
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.
Brynjulf Bulls Plass 1 | City Hall Square, Oslo 0250
Johanne Dybwads plass 1, 0161 Oslo
Holmenkollen Ski Jump brings guests to Scandinavia for a thrilling experience and a touch of history as well. Found in Oslo, Norway, this jump has an impressive experience for skiers worldwide and a museum of skiing that is attractive to amateurs, professionals and enthusiasts. Have one look at the magnificent size of this jump and see why people provide high reviews. See photos of this ski jump, with tens of stories that dwarf nearby pedestrians, and you instantly desire more. The jump has an onsite museum of ski history showing centuries of progress. A phenomenal ski adventure and historical presentation about one of the world's most compelling winter sports awaits you.