Top - 5 Reasons To Visit Oslo This Year

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The capital of Norway, Oslo is an interesting place to find seafood, centuries-old Viking, and nautical history during your tour to Oslo’s immensely popular range of museums including Nasjonalgalleriet, and many more. One of the largest capitals in terms of area with only 20 % of the land mass-developed, the remaining part of Oslo is filled with parks, forests & hills, and plenty of lakes. If you are a budgeted traveler, the good news is that the city can be best explored on foot thanks to the pathways and trails connecting to the public spaces including the city's main street, Karl Johans gate, Oslo Central Station, Royal Palace, the National Theatre, the old university buildings, and Oslo Cathedral. The city is home to several cultural attractions and entertainment activities with the bursting nightlife. 

Here we are explaining a few amazing and exciting activities full of adventures that will make you fall for the city. Let’s have a look:

  • Start The Day At Karl Johans Gate - This is the main street in Oslo’s city center known as Karl Johans gate where “gate” means “street” in Norwegian. Here you can pleasantly walk along with Karl Johans gate and explore cafes, restaurants, bars, and nightclubs as well as shop at boutique stores. The city also gives you a chance to enjoy flavors from around the world with Indian, Vietnamese, and Chinese restaurants.

  • Enjoy Ski Views From The Holmenkollen - Holmenkollen National Ski Arena is a great place for adventure-lovers and the most visited tourist attractions in the city. It holds an amazing collection of centuries-old ski history with artifacts from polar exhibitions. The interesting thing is that you have to go to the observation deck at the top of this jump tower to enjoy panoramic views of the city.

  • Lifesize Sculptures At Gustav Vigeland Sculpture Park - The center of the big frogner park features Vigeland Sculpture Park holding an array of granite and bronze sculpture designed by the late Gustav Vigeland. It covers 45 hectares in total making it the largest park in Oslo and also the most famous attraction of the city. You can take snapshots along 212 sculptures. Oslo Airport Transfer is the most comfortable way to get here.

  • Take A Look At Grünerløkka - It is one of the exciting neighborhoods considered Oslo’s trendiest place with decorated streets with graffiti art and lined by some of the famous bars & clubs. It is most visited by fashion enthusiasts being a place of fashion boutiques selling the latest designs and vintage fashion. You must visit it on weekends when you can hit weekend markets with some cool gift and souvenir shops.

  • End Your Day Watching Opera At Oslo Opera House - This is a 1,364-seat Oslo Opera House that consists of Norwegian National Opera and Ballet, and attracts visitors with its contemporary design inspired by ski hills of Norway. You can enjoy orchestras and ballets but if you do not want to, go to the snow-white roof you can walk along and enjoy waterfront views. You can book Chauffeur Services Oslo for a luxurious transfer.

These are some of the funniest and most exciting places that give you a reason to visit the city at least once. If this is your first-time visit, do not forget to book Noble Transfer for a convenient journey.

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