Fjord Cruises From Oslo
Start your adventure in this Norwegian capital
Information about Oslo
Norway’s capital is a fjord-side city surrounded by gorgeous nature, so there are plenty of places to get some fresh air. Whether it's boating on the Oslo fjord or hiking in the rolling hills that flank the town, there are lots of active options to choose from.
Oslo's small size makes it perfect for walking around: just pick a direction and frolick away. To the west, you will find large houses with green gardens and the Bydgdøy peninsula that is home to several museums like the outdoor museum, Folkemuseet and the Viking ship museum. To the east, the younger population has created a funkier vibe with a large number of vintage shops, cool cafes and restaurants and a distinct retro flair. A subway ride away (slightly north) you find the famous ski jump and the forest. Downtown is home to restaurants, cafés, great shopping areas and an unusual number of sculpture parks, the most famous being the Vigeland Sculpture Park and Ekeberg Park.