Hostels In Oslo

6 Hostels in Oslo, Norway
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About Oslo

It’s no secret that Oslo is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. But this beauty has way more to it than looks – in Oslo, you’ll find everything a backpacker could ask for. Rich history and culture, out of this world food, stunning nature with incredible landscapes on its doorstep and amazing nightlife that rivals any other European city… it’s easy to see why Norway’s ultra-stylish capital is so high up on many of our travel bucket lists.

The hostels in Oslo are really something. We’re talking every type of hostel, from stylish boutiques to budget youth options. All hostels in Oslo are central and cheap, so they’ll make your visit to the city incredibly convenient and budget friendly. That means you’ll have more time to think about what pub to go to next instead of what bus to catch home - something you’ll appreciate after a night out on a pub crawl or in one of Oslo’s amazing clubs! You’ll find all types of accommodation, from dorms (including female-only) to privates. Don’t forget to check out the hostel breakfast for even bigger savings!

If you’re a traveller who loves being in the heart of the action, you’ll want to stay in Sentrum, the historic city centre. This is where you’ll find Oslo’s most exciting attractions, waterfront promenade and heaps of restaurants, and you can easily explore everything here on foot. For more of a hipster vibe, check out the vintage shops, quirky brunch spots and regular gigs in the city’s trendy eastside neighbourhood Grünerløkka.

Oslo can be a very expensive city… if you don’t know our insider tips! Locals know that Oslo is rich in amazing things to see and do for free. You can start by exploring the Stortinget, home of the Norwegian government. Be sure to take advantage of the free entry to the Architecture Museum and the National Gallery every Thursday too. Head up to Grefsenåsen, a forested ridge on the north side of the city, to enjoy an amazing view of Oslo and take incredible pictures for your Instagram feed! Don’t forget to ask about free walking tours at your hostel.

Oslo is the Norwegian capital but it still has less than 1 million people, meaning it’s small and easy to walk around and explore. From the central station - Oslo Sentralstasjon - take the tram number 2, 3, 4 or 5 to get to Stortinget, or walk for around 10 minutes. Ask at your hostel reception about a day trip to the city’s natural surroundings.


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