Oslo Pocket Guide

Images Of Oslo

Fjords and forestry - these are the first things you're bound to notice on your arrival in this Scandinavian gem but you'll soon find that Oslo has a lot more going for it than just green trees and shining blue waters. Here, you'll come across an array of world-class attractions, a hugely diverse nightlife and an enormous selection of restaurants and cafés. A cosmopolitan city, the Norwegian capital is an energetic destination packed full of things to enjoy during your stay.

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In The Guide

  • Cheap Eats Learn where to go to get great food at great prices throughout Oslo.
  • Don't Miss From the Nobel Peace Center to the Munch Museum, we bring you information on the city's top attractions.
  • Budget Tips Read about the Vigeland Sculpture Park and other great free attractions in Oslo.
  • A Day in Oslo... Find out how we spent the perfect day in Norway's capital city

Oslo City Reviews

  • 20%


    Don't stay here

    Disappointing. Bathrooms and rooms were dirty. No wifi in the rooms. You have to go downstairs (3 floors) for wifi. There are a lot of weird people staying there. Probably the weirdest place I've stayed at. I'm 22 and was the youngest person I met there. Everyone's in their late 50s. The location is very far from downtown. About 1.5 hours by walk or you have to buy a day pass for 10 Euros. The breakfast is disgusting and old and is served from 630 to 930. Who is gonna get up and eat at 9!!!

  • 60%


    Lovely City!

    I felt very safe in Oslo! The city itself was also such a beauty that it was really amazing even to stroll around! There are also a lot of museums that you can visit!

    Insider Tip:The Norwegian Cuisine is definitely a food to die for!

  • 50%


    Very expensive city, buy transport tickets before getting on bus/train/tram. Easy to get around city. Boring city though, not much to see or do.

  • 50%


    Expensive public transport but also expensive country. Worth in for the nature in the rest of the country

  • 60%


    Friendly people

    Norweign people are so so nice and helpful. The are the niest and go out of their way for you. They make you feel like one of their family.

    Insider Tip:Bring an umbrella.

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