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The Capital of Norway and a unique combination of modern city living with great access to nature - Oslo is the capital city of Norway and the most populated part of the country. Located on the north point of the Oslo Fjord, this marvelous region is surrounded by flourishing green valleys and mountains. With a slightly humid climate, Oslo is one of the areas where light suffers significant variation. From 6 hours of daylight during winter to almost 18 hours during the summer. Summertime will make you feel that it will never end as the skies never get fully dark.
The capital is the central point of attraction in all of Norway and hosts a vast number of touristic attractions. From immense parks like Frogner Park where you can enjoy pleasant walks and unique sculpture collections, to the Viking Ship Museum where the most well-preserved boats of the Viking Age are available for visitation. Oslo is the real heart of Scandinavia combining ’’The big city life” with nature escapes.
Being a place that has countless opportunities in both major seasons, the area offers outstanding outdoor activities as well as cultural ones. Without question, summer is the season to choose, the Oslo Fjord being the ideal location for the start of your boat cruise or swimming crave. This region is surrounded by forests that will provide the chance for mountain biking or hiking. Winter is the season that makes Oslo’s nightlife vibrate. The capital is very animated and offers 18 slopes where you can enjoy skiing.
The greatest landmarks in Oslo provide guided tours and easy access all year round. The most famous venues feature places like Vigelandsparken Sculpture Park – A place of art in the west side of Oslo that counts to 212 sculptures by the famous Gustav Vigeland, Holmenkollen – It is the perfect place for winter sport enthusiasts featuring the oldest Ski Museum in the world and the enormous Holmenkollen Ski Jump, The Fram Museum – Home of the outstanding polar vessel “Fram”. The ship is available for boarding and tourists can observe the way that explorers of that time faced extreme temperatures. All in all, Oslo is a superb destination. With no introduction needed, this modern life city will always keep you interested and excited to see what comes next.
The capital is the home of more than 50 hotels appropriate for every taste and budget. With outstanding quality, modern vibe and surprisingly well priced venues, the city offers a varied array of accommodation units: Hotel Continental – the only hotel in Norway that is a ’’Leading Hotels of the World’’ member, The Grand Hotel or The Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel. We advise booking in advance if you decide to visit.
Oslo is known all around as “The Gourmet Capital” of Norway and is host to restaurants that bring to you food from every part of the globe. The most common cuisine is traditional Norwegian with dishes including elk and moose, but the experience does not stop there. Seafood restaurants are famous for fresh shrimp and outstanding way of cooking them.
The best venues in town are Statholdergaarden, Restaurant Fauna, Mathallen Food Hall, Onda Sea or Restaurant Havsmak.
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