|Oslo To See|
|Top Oslo Pictures|
|Oslo City Hall|
|Nobel Peace Center|
|Oslo Opera House|
|Oslofiord - Oslofjorden|
|Bygdoy Peninsula - Bygdoy|
|Viking Ship Museum|
|Norwegian Folk Museum|
|Ferry Oslo Bygdoy|
|Metro Oslo T-Bane Oslo|
|Oslo by Bike|
|What To Do In Oslo|
|Where is Oslo|
Oslo - Norway
See and do
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Oslo, Norway's capital, the right combination of culture, nature and fun. Oslo, the only metropolitan city, multiethnic, surrounded by unspoiled nature, peaceful, quiet. Oslo has many attractions, many museums, do not miss a trip on the Oslo fjord and its islands with colorful wooden houses.
The Vigeland Sculpture Park and Vigeland Sculpture Park was created by sculptor Gustav Vigeland (1869 - 1943). Scattered over 200 sculptures in Vigeland Park depicting scenes of everyday life. All paths lead Vigeland Park obelisk, granite monolith stands in the sky for 17 meters, with 121 sculpted bodies entwined.
The Aker Brygge (Aker intrigues law) is the first landmark of Oslo. Until 1982, Aker Brygge was just a port with docks, warehouses and mechanical industries, then was restored and converted to commercial center with shops, restaurants and clubs. Today Aker Brygge is the living heart of Oslo.
The Akershus Castle Akershus Fortress or 13th century dominates the port of Oslo. In the castle there is a beautiful park and museums.
The port of Oslo is surrounded dall'Aker Brygge, Akershus Castle, the square with the Town Hall (City Hall) and the Nobel Peace Centre.
Oslo City Hall
The Town Hall (Oslo City Hall) started in 1931 and opened in 1950 is the town hall and exhibitions. At the Oslo City Hall on December 10 of each year is given the Nobel Prize for Peace.
Nobel Peace Center
The Nobel Peace Center, located between City Hall and dall'Aker Brygge. Inside is an exhibition on Nobel Prize winners.
Oslo Opera House
The Oslo Opera House, the Opera House is home to the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet. The Oslo Opera House opened in 2008 is a modern design with impressive stained glass windows, white stone and fine woodwork.
The Royal Palace in Oslo, early 19th century was built by Charles III of Norway King of the Kingdom of Sweden and Norway. Currently, the Royal Palace in Oslo (formerly known as Christiania) is the official residence of the Norwegian monarchy.
Oslofiord - Oslofjorden
The Oslo Fjord, 100 km long creek which connects Oslo to the open sea. Islands, islets, features wooden houses, camping, beaches, boats of all sizes, sails, sailing, kayaking, canoeing, fishing. In summer the Oslo Fjord Norway is the area with more recreational activities, while winter freezes.
Norwegian Cruises. Several cruise ships make a stop at the port of Oslo Fjord region to continue, or to the Baltic capitals.
Bygdoy Peninsula - Bygdoy
The Peninsula Bygdoy (Bygdøy) is one of the most important areas of Oslo. Surprising for the beauty of its nature, tranquility, and is home to major museums, including the Norwegian Folk Museum, Viking Ship Museum, Fram Museum and many others. Bygdoy Peninsula is also the beach Huk, partially reserved for naturism.
The museum houses the ship Fram Fram, a ship of wood used in the Arctic and Antarctic expeditions between the years 1893 and 1912. At the Fram Museum you can step into the Fram, to visit his cabin, steam engine and discover its history.
Viking Ship Museum
The Viking Ship Museum houses the best preserved Viking ships in the world. Were found in the Oslo Fjord and contained royal tombs of 1,100 years ago, the Viking ships they would be transported into the world of the dead.
Norwegian Folk Museum
The Norwegian Folk Museum (Norsk Folkemuseum) is an open air museum with 155 old houses from different regions of Norway. Here are old traditional shops, workshops, people dressed in traditional costumes, animals and carriages.
Ferry Oslo Bygdoy
Ferry Bygdoy. The ferry no. 91 from the port of Oslo in front of City Hall and go to the Peninsula Bygdoy (Bygdøy), also called Ferry museums, as Bygdoy is the peninsula of museums. With daily meter you are entitled to free travel on this ferry.
Metro Oslo T-Bane Oslo
Metro Oslo Tunnelbana or call Oslo T-Bane is marked by signs with the letter T has 5 lines that connect most points of interest, closes at one o'clock at night. By Metro day pass also includes the tram and some ferries.
Oslo by Bike
E 'possible to visit Oslo on a bicycle.