Book Cheap Tickets to Oslo
Oslo, the capital of Norway, is the largest city in the country and the third largest city in Scandinavia. This cosmopolitan city is often included as a port of call for cruises to the Baltic. A modern city, Oslo also has touches of medieval history. This lovely north European city is worth exploring and is a renowned tourist destination world over.
Best Places to Visit
Browse our Oslo City Guide to see the top attractions including Vigelandsparken Sculpture Park, the Opera House, Holmenkollen Ski Jump, Akershus Fortress, the National Gallery, Natural History Museum, TusenFryd, Fram Museum, the Norwegian Museum of Science, Technology and Medicine, and the Viking Ship Museum.
Best Time to Visit
Consider visiting Oslo during the months from March through August. This is the best time to visit the city as you will get to experience mild temperatures and pleasant weather.
Best Dining Places
Oslo has a number of restaurants, bars and nightclubs. Most of the restaurants are located within the city centre. Visit Stortingsgaten, the main shopping area in Oslo, to see some of the best eateries here.
Best Places to Stay
Finding cheap hotels in Oslo is not much difficult. Most affordable accommodations are located in Karl Johans Gate, Oslo’s main street. Here you will also find luxurious hotels in plenty. For bed and breakfast lodgings and guesthouses, you can also visit Vigeland Sculpture Park.
Best Airlines to Reach
Major airlines connecting Oslo from different parts of the world include Scandinavian Airlines, United Airlines, Continental Airlines, British Airways, Air France, Lufthansa, Air Berlin, Finnair, Qatar Airways, Icelandair and more.
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