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.

Download Oslo Pocket Guide »

Don't Have Adobe Acrobat Reader?

Download it free now »

Download Guide

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

  • 70%


    Very Nice City

    Seemed like everyone was outside all the time no matter how cold it was. You just through a restaurant provided blanket over and enjoy the cold weather. Museums were great and the village by the viking ship museum was absolutely perfect.

  • 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

Please give us your feedback