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Oslo: Attractions and Travel Guide

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1 Vigeland Park
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Rank: 1 About 39

The Vigeland Park is also known by the name, Frogner Park and is a public park situated in Frogner, Oslo. There are many bridges, statues and fountains that one can see here. This is the largest...

Reviewed by: Akhil
Address: Vigeland park
Type: Parks and gardens


2 Budget Night
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Rank: 2 About 39

Many people in Norway believe that Oslo nightlife can only be done right with a bunch of money. This frequent misconception is the product of Oslo’s price variations at its popular bars and restaurants. The truth is there are several places...

Reviewed by: Leighton
Address: Pløens gate 4, 0181 Oslo, Norway
Type: Nightlife


3 Glamour Night
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Rank: 3 About 39

Oslo has a vibrant night culture with many great places to go for drinking, dancing, and socializing. It has countless bars, cafes, and nightclubs that range from posh high-life to old-fashioned Norwegian fun. There are also several...

Reviewed by: Leighton
Address: Sonja Henies plass 3, 0185 Oslo, Norway
Type: Nightlife


4 Nobel Peace Center
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Rank: 4 About 39

  Located next to the beautiful fjord of Oslo, the Nobel Peace Center is the official museum to showcase the Nobel Peace Prize and all that it stands for in contemporary society. It is also a place where culture and...

Reviewed by: Leighton
Address: Brynjulf Bulls Plass 1, 0124 Oslo, Norway
Type: Museums


5 Tøyen
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Rank: 5 About 39

Officially part of the Gamle Oslo borough, Tøyen is located in the city's central region, and is well-known as one of Norway's most ethnically diverse areas. Over the years, an increasingly large number of...

Reviewed by: Leighton
Address: Sars gate 1, 0562 Oslo, Norway
Type: Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods


6 Best City Beaches for Summer
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Rank: 6 About 39

  Nudism is very common in Norway, and widely accepted. There are about 20 officially declared nude beaches along Norway’s coastline and fjords (deep inlets of sea between high cliffs). While there are many nude beaches in Norway,...

Reviewed by: Leighton
Address: Huk, 0286 Oslo, Norway
Type: Beaches


7 Bygdøy
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Rank: 7 About 39

  Bygdøy is the peninsula on the western side of Oslo. It is one of Norway’s oldest and popular landscapes. It has a plethora of beautiful parks and forests, along with a handful of Oslo’s world...

Reviewed by: Leighton
Address: Bygdøveien 41, 0287 Oslo, Norway
Type: Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods


8 Grønland
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Rank: 8 About 39

  Grønland is a neighborhood located in Central Oslo that is home to many of Oslo’s stores, mosques, bars, and multicultural restaurants. It is situated on east side of Akerselva River, approximately ten...

Reviewed by: Leighton
Address: Jernbanetorget 1, 0154 Oslo, Norway
Type: Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods


9 National Theatre
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Rank: 9 About 39

  The National Theatre in Oslo holds a special place in the hearts native Norwegians.  A hub for the performing arts, the National Theatre's doors have been open since 1899, and it prides itself on being one of...

Reviewed by: Leighton
Address: The National Theatre, Johanne Dybwads plass 1 0161 Oslo, Norway
Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


10 Sentrum
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Rank: 10 About 39

Sentrum is the center of Oslo, and well-known across Norway as being the cultural heart of the region. Situated in the southeast area of Oslo, Sentrum is positioned right next to the Oslofjiord, and has all kinds of things to see,...

Reviewed by: Leighton
Address: Sonja Henies plass 2, 0185 Oslo, Norway
Type: Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods


11 Sofienberg
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Rank: 11 About 39

Situated in Oslo’s inner city, the district of Sofienberg is a well-known area, rich in Norwegian culture and history.  Given its name in the early 19th century, this neighborhood is also...

Reviewed by: Leighton
Address: Sofienberg, 0558 Oslo, Norway
Type: Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods


12 St. Hanshaugen Park
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Rank: 12 About 39

With its Norwegian translation meaning “Midsummer Eve Hill,” St. Hanshaugen Park is situated just outside of Oslo's central region, in one of the city’s many boroughs. The borough of St....

Reviewed by: Leighton
Address: Geitmyrsveien 20, 0171 Oslo, Norway
Type: Parks and gardens


13 Norsk Folkemuseum
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Rank: 14 About 39

  With historic collections from all over the world, Oslo’s Norsk Folkemuseum is the largest museum of cultural history in Norway. Founded in 1894, the museum illustrates how people lived in Norway from the early...

Reviewed by: Leighton
Address: Museumsveien 10, 0287 Oslo, Norway
Type: Museums


14 Parliament of Norway
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Rank: 15 About 39

Located at Karl Johans gate 22 in Oslo, Norway's Parliament Building is distinguishable by its yellow brick appearance. Built by famous Swedish architect Emil Victor Langlet, this widely-recognized building has...

Reviewed by: Leighton
Address: Karl Johans Gate 22, 0158 Oslo, Norway
Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


15 Sports in Oslo's Parks
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Rank: 16 About 39

  Oslo, Norway, has a wide variety of parks and recreational areas where you are free to engage in sporting activities. The more popular recreational activities the city has to offer include biking, boating,...

Reviewed by: Leighton
Address: Gnr 109109 Bnr 35, 2760 Brandbu, Norway
Type: Nature and sport


16 Uranienborg
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Rank: 17 About 39

Located in the Frogner borough of Oslo, Norway, Uranienborg was originally a farmland area with an excellent view of the city. The area was integrated into Oslo's territory in the mid-19th century, and these days...

Reviewed by: Leighton
Address: Uranienborg, 0259 Oslo, Norway
Type: Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods


17 Island Hopping by Boat
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Rank: 18 About 39

The Oslofjord is known for its several islands that are all reachable and frequented by Oslo’s locals and tourists alike.  The summer months are a great time to take a trip to these islands, as the weather is perfect for...

Reviewed by: Leighton
Address: Lindøya, 0150 Oslo, Norway
Type: Nature and sport


Oslo Domkirke
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Rank: 19 About 39

The Domkirke, constructed in end of the Seventeenth century, is an important landmark of the city of Oslo which attracts locals and tourists alike. It is admired for its reasonably simple square tower along with...

Reviewed by: Laalamani
Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


Baerums Verk
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Rank: 20 About 39

Baerums Verk is a charming village that attracts a lot of visitors. In this village which dates back to 1610, one can find about fifty shops, handicraft, workshops, art galleries and restaurants. It is also home to an...

Reviewed by: Laalamani
Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


18 Norsk Folkemuseum- Norwegian Museum of Cultural History
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Rank: 21 About 39

Norsk Folkemuseum or Norwegian Museum of Cultural History is situated at Museumsveien 10, 0287 Oslo and is open daily from 11 to 3 except on the weekends when the timings are 11 to 4. The museum gives you wide information about...

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: Museumsveien 10, Bygdøy
N-0287 Oslo
Type: Museums


Oslo Radhus
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Rank: 22 About 39

Oslo Radhus, built in 1950, is a twin-towered red brick construction made with a purpose of celebrating the 900th anniversary of the Oslo city. The beautiful interior of the building was decorated very lavishly....

Reviewed by: Laalamani
Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


19 Vigeland Museum
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Rank: 23 About 39

Originally the Vigeland Museum in Oslo was studio and home of the renowned sculptor Gustav Vigeland; the site was converted into a museum after his death. It now exhibits a beautiful collection of...

Reviewed by: Fahim
Address: Nobels gate 32, Oslo
Type: Museums


20 Fuglen
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Rank: 24 About 39

Fuglen is the precise place where one can go and have fun, drink and dance to the tunes of the DJ playing the music. Moreover, this place is the bar of the year in Oslo as per the 2010 survey. Be...

Reviewed by: Darshadana
Address: Universitetsgata 2, Oslo, Norway
Type: Nightlife


21 Munch Museum
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Rank: 25 About 39

Munch Museum is situated at Tøyengate 53 N-0578 in Oslo and is open from 10 to 4 daily except on Mondays and 11 to 5 on the weekends. The museum lies on the south side of the Botanic Garden in Oslo and has a wide...

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: Tøyengata 53 0578 Oslo
Type: Museums


22 National Gallery
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Rank: 26 About 39

The National Gallery situated in Oslo comprises of some of the largest collection of Norwegian and international art of Norway. These art forms the nucleus of the collection featuring some major...

Reviewed by: Akhil
Address: Universitetsgata 13, Oslo, Norway
Type: Museums

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