Bjørvika i Oslo


Norway's capital, once called Christiania, is now a multi-cultural and dynamic city. Oslo offers a large range of art and culture, exotic cuisine, charming shops in all sizes and a bubbly city life.

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Bjørvika – with its characteristic Barcode – is an excellent example of modern and urban neighborhood. Vending towards the fjord, and right by the MUNCH museum, you will also find Oslo’s favorite bathing place, Oslobukta.

Didrik Stenersen – VisitOSLO
Christine Baglo – Visitnorway

Bejeweled area

The West area in Oslo – which includes Majorstua and Bogstadveien – is perhaps Oslo’s most elegant and architecturally rich neighborhood. Majestetic estates and exclusive shops dominate areas such as Frogner and Bygdøy Allé. A walk in the Vigelandsparken and Frognerparken are almost mandatory. Oslo also has a diverse food culture not many other Norwegian cities have. From gourmet restaurants for the most select taste buds, to places suitable for families with children, Oslo has something for everyone!

Francisco Nogueira – Sommerro

West i Oslo lays the lovely Frogner park which also houses the Froger bath, the City Museum (Bymuseet), the Frogner stadion and the perhaps most known Vigelands park, with its recognizable sculptures in granitt, bronze and wrought iron. The over 200 sculptures are part of Gustav Vigeland’s life work and one of Oslo’s most renowned tourist attractions.

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Wine & dine

Oslo’s night life is effervescent and diverse. Candle light dinners, impressive wine menus and meals made of locally sourced and seasonal ingredients dominate the most exclusive dinning. You will also fine a more relaxed and informal setting in other restaurants, while not losing focus from the tasty flavours and meal quality.

Oslo restaurant
Kim Bye – Louise Restaurant & Bar

Other attractions

Royal residence

Norway’s royal residence is open for tours during the summer!


Find cozy shopping streets with charming boutiques, coffee shops and restaurants.

National museum

Design, handicraft and art is exhibited in Norway’s largest art museum.

For kids

Check fore-coming activities for kids in Oslo. Fun for the whole family!

Man sitting on the train
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