NATURE AND MOUNTAINS IN THE CITY CITY
The 575,000 inhabitants of Oslo have nature and mountains, right outside the door for hiking and boating in the summer and skiing in the winter - tourists have the same opportunities to experience Oslo in both green and white. With the tram from the Central Station in the middle of the city, you are quickly up on the mountain in Nordmarka - 'Oslo's roof'. Here in the winter you can ski and enjoy nature at all other times of the year.
Oslo has sights for all tastes. Here is a huge selection of restaurants and an exciting, varied nightlife. The city's waterfront is fantastic. Among the many green oases in Oslo, Vigelandsparken with sculptures in granite, iron and bronze is something special.
On the waterfront, the beautiful Opera House presents itself in the most distinguished way. It has received countless awards for its unique architecture. From the roof you can enjoy the view of the city. Here you look out over the Oslo Fjord to the museum island Bygdøy with the Norwegian Folk Museum. It is a huge open-air museum with 170 old houses from all over Norway. In addition, here are the Viking Ship House, the Fram Museum with the polar ship "Fram" and Thor Heyredal's Kon-Tiki Museum.
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There are many ways to get around Oslo and the surrounding area, which includes everything from bus and tram to metro and ferry. If you plan to travel around the city a lot, it is recommended to get an Oslo Pass, which gives free access to most means of transport.
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