Combine the buzz and nightlife of the capital with skiing and loads of fresh air in the deepest of forests. The city’s parks are transformed into white wonderlands where children play in the snow and enjoy toboggan runs. And do not be surprised if you see people go to work on skis in the very centre of the city.
Ten open-minded, but rather picky social media active people from all over the world flew in to check out what Oslove is all about. They got help from locals with insider vibes.
The largest ski resort in the Oslo area, with 18 slopes and 11 lifts, just 30 minutes from the city centre.…More
Full speed down Oslo's most popular tobbogan run.More
Ski resort north of the city centre with five slopes, four lifts, ski/snowboard lessons, cross-country trails,…More
The Spikersuppa ice skating rink in the middle of Oslo city centre is open and free for everybody.More
Outdoor ice skating at Frogner stadion, open in the winter season.More
Winter sports facility where you can snowboard in the middle of the city.More
In spring, summer and autumn the city is well suited for walks or bicycles and the many public parks attract huge crowds whenever the sun comes out. The Oslofjord has great possibilities for swimming, sightseeing and island hopping, and the forests surrounding the city are popular hiking and biking destinations for locals.
The Munch Museum has the world's largest collection of Edvard Munch's works, and provides insight into the…More
The Astrup Fearnley Collection is a collection of modern and contemporary art counted among the most…More
Museum on the Bygdøy peninsula with the world's best-preserved Viking ships and finds from Viking tombs around…More
One of the world's oldest and largest open-air museums, with 155 traditional houses from all parts of Norway…More
One of the world's oldest and largest open-air museums, with 155 traditional houses from all parts of Norway…
Norway's largest public collection of paintings, drawings and sculptures is found in the National Gallery,…More
National museum for technology, industry, science and medicine - a paradise for curious people of all ages.…More
Norway's largest collection of natural objects is available to the public in the Botanical Garden, the…More
Fram is the strongest wooden ship ever built and still holds the records for sailing farthest north and…More
Thor Heyerdahl (1914-2002) gained worldwide fame when he crossed the Pacific Ocean on the balsawood raft…More
Oslo has one of Europe’s most exciting music scenes, with more concerts than any other Scandinavian city. Big venues bring in the international superstars, whilst Oslo’s clubs host thousands of concerts every year.
Annual festival highlights include The Norwegian Wood Music Festival, the Øya Festival, the Inferno Festival, Oslo Jazz Festival and Oslo Chamber Music Festival, which all attract world-class musicians and thousands of music fans to Oslo.
There is always something on at Oslo’s many dance, show and sports venues. The entertainment on offer ranges from world-class opera, ballet and classical music in the Opera House and Oslo Concert Hall to big sports events like the Bislett Games and Holmenkollen’s skiing and biathlon competitions.
Get in-depth information on Oslo’s official website.
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