Make the most of your days off in Oslo. From concerts to festivals, art exhibitions to cultural events, outdoor activities to sports arrangements, you’ll find the best things to see and do during your holiday here.
What’s on. Photo: Keiservarden: Bjørn Erik Olsen / www.nordnorge.com / Bodø
Holmenkollen: Visit Oslo / Linn Saxrud Johansen
Exhibition: Trondheim kunstmuseum
Det tusende hjertet: Rogaland teater
Want to see Scream with a view? The iconic, new Munch Museum is opening this spring. But that is not the only reason why both art lovers and others should visit Oslo this year – now, you can also go skiing even in the summer, and explore one of the world’s most striking libraries.
Combine cool city culture in the capital with wildlife experiences in raw nature. In a short time, you can get from charming coastal towns in the Oslo region via huge forests to Norway’s highest and mightiest mountains in the Jotunheimen national park.
Japanese journalist Asaki Abumi has been living in Oslo for more than ten years where she writes articles for Japanese media about the Norwegian way of life. Her day in the capital of Norway will be busy, but fun. Let’s go!
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