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Today’s Photo of the Day on Hostelworld.com was taken in Oslo’s stunning Vigeland Sculpture Park. This is without a doubt on of the most interesting attractions in the world and is visited by over a million people each and every year. Over 200 sculptures crafted by Gustav Vigeland can be seen throughout the park, many of which can be seen in a number of striking poses along the Bridge like the one in the picture here. The awe-inspiring Monolith Plateau and the huge fountain are also must-sees here.
To find out more about the Norwegian capital, check out our Oslo city guide. Here you’ll find more images of this popular Scandinavian city, along with information about things to see, eating out, transport and more. Our free Oslo pocket guide expands on this information with information on popular neighbourhoods in Oslo such as Grünerløkka appearing beside information about the city’s main attractions and some of the great things you can see and do here free of charge including a visit to the impressive National Gallery.
In our Oslo podcast, ‘Only in Oslo...’ you’ll learn about three of the city’s unique attractions. These are the Nobel Peace Center, the Oslo Opera House and the Viking Ship Museum. In the podcast, you’ll hear what you can see at each attraction, what makes the unique and why they are so important to the city of Oslo.
We also have a video postcard of Oslo for you to watch so you can get a closer look at the city’s main attractions, along with some of the plethora of restaurants and bars scattered throughout the city, the main shopping areas and plenty more.
To check out or book accommodation in Oslo, have a look at our top-notch selection of hostels in Oslo.
In our hostelworld.com travel blog we bring you all the latest company news and information on new additions to the site including podcasts, videos and more. You'll also get inside information on a variety of destinations across the globe as they're visited by our travel editor and writers.
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