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Norway's capital Oslo is a typical cosmopolitan European city with a twist. In addition to the excellent museums, shopping, nightlife and entertainment you expect from a thriving major city, Oslo also offers incredible natural beauty that captures the hearts of outdoor enthusiasts. Surrounded by woodlands, fjords, mountains and trails, Oslo has more green areas than any other European capital, which means cycling, hiking, sailing, and skiing can all be enjoyed both within the city limits and on its outskirts.
Oslo offers an efficient public transportation system, which consists of an extensive network of buses, trams, underground trains, and even boats. Of course, since Oslo is such a nature-filled city, it can also be enjoyable to explore the sights by bike or on foot.
Oslo is home to some of the best museums in Northern Europe, including the National Gallery, which houses Norway's largest public collection of paintings, drawing and sculptures. This museum's biggest claim to fame is Edvard Munch's iconic work “The Scream”. You can also enjoy panoramic views from the Holmenkollen, the world's oldest ski museum. There's the fascinating 9th-century Viking Ships at the Viking Ship Museum, and beautiful botanical gardens surrounding the zoological and geological exhibits in the Natural History Museum. Vigelandsparken Sculpture Park, which features over 200 sculptures by Gustav Vigeland, is another Oslo attraction not to be missed.
Oslo is one of the most expensive cities in Europe, so shopping is best enjoyed by those with a large budget to spend. That said, Oslo is a wonderful place to pick up Norwegian souvenirs, such as knitwear, pewter, and smoked salmon.
Oslo's culinary scene ranges from expensive to budget-friendly, with many restaurant featuring menus that blend classic Norwegian recipes with Asian or Mediterranean cooking styles. Look out for great seafood along the harbour.
Oslo's dining and nightlife scene is relatively chilled-out, with easy-going cafes and cool jazz clubs. However, if you're looking for something more exciting, there are also plenty of live rock music and dance clubs.
Browse our Oslo Holidays or the Oslo Airport guides for further details and hot travel tips. Country travel information is available at our Norway Holidays guide.