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Nature attractions in Oslo
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The forest region Østmarka in eastern Oslo covers 256 km2.
Østmarka is different from the other forest around Oslo, mainly because of bedrock format...
The Sneak Peak (Tjuvtitten) is a 90-metre lookout tower at Tjuvholmen with a glass elevator. The tower is open to the public in the summer season.
A historic landmark in the Norwegian consciousness, Holmenkollen embodies more than a century of skiing competitions.
Inside the ski jump is the Ho...
The cave/mine in Bjerringbakken was formed during the last ice age and discovered in 1873. bIt is 13 metres deep and 3 metres wide....
The river Akerselva runs from Maridalsvannet through the centre of Oslo and into the Oslo Fjord.
The river is 8 km of recreation, through forests a...
Bygdøy is a peninsula on the western side of Oslo, and here you find several of Oslo's most popular museums.
Bygdøy is mainly a residential area, but...
Rock carvings are located at three places in Oslo: Ekeberg, the University at Blindern, and in Niels Juels gt. which can be seen in University museum o...
Sognsvann lake is a recreation area popular for swimming and sunbathing.
Walking/running path around the lake also suitable for wheelchairs....
The beaches Huk and Paradisbukta are very popular on sunny summer days. This is also a much-used recreational area all year round, with great possib...