Top ten things to do in oslo
newest posts and updates! Stepping into this area will instantly make you feel like youve been transported to the countryside, what with its gorgeous pastel-color wooden houses from the late 1700s and 1800s (all of which are inhabited). Meanwhile, the building itself is a juxtaposition of classicism and modernist architecture between Norways two most important architects. Museum of Contemporary Art Contains about 5,000 works of Norwegian and international artists that covers broad spectrums of genres and media.
Encrier via Getty Images, this rule lets you cancel any flight for free. Parliament House stortinget there are free guided tours at either 10:00AM or 11:30AM and they can be done both in English and Norwegian. M/Martin Dimitrov, best off-the-grid places to visit July 4th weekend. At the center of everything which is the highest point in Frogner Park lies the most popular attraction, the Monolith (Monolitten) which is a totem-like structure that is composed of 121 human figures rising towards the sky. .
World-class museums, theaters, galleries, and gorgeous parklands await, and traveling around couldn't be easier. Oslo is connected to Denmark and Germany by car ferry, and the port for cruise lines is near Akershus Festning. #6 Enjoy nature within the city Photo by Helge Hifdt / CC This may be the capital, filled with old and new buildings alike, but Oslo is the kind of city that has plenty of green and nature too! (Ha de bra!) Goodbye (informal Hade! If you have an Oslo Pass, you can enter the building as well as its ski museum (said to be the oldest ski museum in the world). If you find yourself stuck with a flight and out a wad of cash - don't freak out, these rule might let you cancel your booking free of charge. That being said, a stop here in your itinerary is something that you surely must NOT miss!