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Oslo City and Nature Walks

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The only guiding company in Oslo that specialises in walks in the city and its surroundings. Ask them to tailor a special walk for your group, or select from the following walks:

City Walk
Guided walk in the city centre - see and learn about City Hall, Akershus Fortress, Karl Johans gate, the Royal Palace, Parliament and much more. (approx. 2 hours)

Ghost Walk
Original walk in the streets of old Christiania and around Akershus Fortress with creepy stories from Oslo's long history. (approx. 2 hours)

The Old City
An exciting journey back in time - see the ruins of churches and farms in between the streets of modern Oslo. (approx. 1,5 hours)

The Vigeland Walk
Explore the beautiful and world famous Vigeland Sculpture Park - learn about sculptor Gustav Vigeland and see his fantastic work on display. (approx. 1 hour)

River Walk
Walk along the beautiful and dramatic river Akerselva, and learn about its significance to the city throughout history. (approx 2 hours) Walk the length of the river - from the lake Maridalsvannet to Grønland (approx. 4 hours) or halfway - from Maridalsvannet to Sagene. (approx. 2 hours)

Nature Walk
Hike through the untouched forest, learn about its extraordinary flora and wildlife, and enjoy the beautiful view of Oslo from the top of Vettakollen. (approx 2,5 hours)

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Oslo City and Nature Walks

The only guiding company in Oslo that specialises in walks in the city and its surroundings. Ask them to tailor a special walk for your group, or selec...

Oslo City and Nature Walks

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