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Around 600,000 people live in this part of Oslo - Southern Norway.
Although there is plenty to do here, Royal Palace and Oslo Opera House are particularly special. The Munch Museum and the Viking Ship Museum also feature on the pages of almost every Oslo travel guide, and they simply cannot be missed.
An outing to Tusenfryd Amusement Park or the Norway Trade Fairs is a great chance for some quality time with the family. Are the kids still full of energy? Keep the excitement rolling with a visit to HurlumHeiHuset and Hopp i Havet.
The oceans are teeming with all kinds of aquatic species. At Drobak Aquarium, you have the chance to examine some of these magical creatures from the comfort of dry land.
Are your children curious about wildlife? Take them to visit the Oslo Reptile Park, where they'll discover what an animal loves to eat, what sound it makes and much, much more!
If talking about combinations of yeast and malt is your idea of fun, then this destination more than has you covered. Try your skills out on the latest drop as you learn about the brewing techniques they use at the Rignes Brewery. Afterwards, when you're up for another style, make your way to the Ringnes Olsenter.
See the magic that happens when nature and man come together at the Oslo Botanic Garden. If you weren't already an avid gardener, a stroll through its inspiring floral displays is bound to convert you.
Take a breather from your busy sightseeing schedule and stretch out on the cool grass at Gustav Vigeland Sculpture Park and Frogner Park. If you're after more options, stake out a good spot and let the afternoon drift idly by at the Palace Park or Birkelunden.
Is there a city tour? What events are on this weekend? You'll discover the answers to your questions about your time here at Oslo Tourist Information.
Among the amazing natural attractions in Oslo is Waterfall at Molla. Its glimmering cascades certainly won't disappoint.
Make your way to Whale Beach and Hvervenbukta Beach and let the salty air and sounds of the sea quiet your mind. Paradisbukta Beach and Ingierstrand Beach are also popular hangouts for many travellers.
You probably know about its best shopping centres and squares, but don't forget that Oslo has some excellent natural environments too. Langoyene and Hovedoya are two to think about. For some more downtime, head over to Ekebergparken Sculpture Park and Kalvoya Island.
Wander the quiet halls, study the eye-opening displays and chat to the friendly staff. The Nobel Peace Center and the Fram Museum are peaceful places to reflect and find out something new. Museum nerds also need to go to the Norwegian Resistance Museum and the Holmenkollen Ski Museum.
From the design and construction of ships to the artefacts found inside the hull, the intriguing displays at the Kon Tiki Museum and the Norwegian Maritime Museum will captivate anyone who's interested in Oslo's maritime history.
Showcasing a range of the most recent science advancements, the Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology offers everything you need to keep your brain ticking.
You'll find all kinds of specimens from the natural world at the Natural History Museum and the Botanical Museum. Our planet's riches are almost infinite, and you can discover more of them at the Norwegian Folk Museum and the University Museum of Cultural Heritage.
Whatever genre of art you enjoy, there's a good chance you'll find it in Oslo. Why not begin your day of gallery going at the National Gallery and the Vigeland Museum? More unique paintings and sumptuous sculptures are waiting for you at the Henie Onstad Art Centre and the Museum For Contemporary Art.
Get a glimpse into the impact that Oslo's past people and events had on the country, and sometimes the world, at the Oslo City Museum and the Ullensaker Museum. You'll also discover eye-opening exhibits which aim to bring history to life at the Lorenskog Bygdemuseum and the Museum of Cultural History.
Travel back to the past by exploring the Aker Brygge and Oslo City Hall. They're brilliant places to get a real understanding of Oslo's history. Why not also call in at Henrik Ibsen Museum and the Norwegian University of Life Sciences?
A piece of architecture that has spanned the waterways of Oslo for years and years, Aamot Bridge is a crucial aspect of the city's heritage that no traveller should leave without exploring.
Are you fascinated by military history? Pay a visit to Akershus Fortress and Oscarsborg Fortress Museum and learn about their roles as defensive complexes along with the fate of those who defended them. Blaker Fortress and Akershus Festning have also witnessed many sieges over the years.
With a lengthy list of renowned residents, Oscarshall is one of the most notable buildings in Oslo.
No matter what you believe in, Oslo Cathedral and Haslum Church are great places to nurture your spiritual side. Old Aker Church and Sagene Church also attract many spiritual travellers.
Don't hop back on that plane just yet, there's still lots to see and do! Have you stopped at Son Marina and Leonardo Bridge yet? The Oslo Ladegard and the National Library are two more options.
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If you'd rather spend cash on adventures than on accommodations, the Cochs Pensjonat and the Oslo Vandrerhjem Haraldsheim are a couple of places you should check out. Or would you rather spend your time in more luxurious surrounds? Get ready to be treated like royalty at THE THIEF or the First Hotel Grims Grenka.
One of the best parts of any stay in Oslo is Royal Palace. If you'd like to stay within an easy walk of this must-see attraction, the Hotel Continental and the Hotel Christiania Teater, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member are both worth checking out.
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Good reasonably priced hotel two or three blocks from the main station. Rooms a bit small but good value well presented and clean. Check in is automated and a bit impersonal but staff are available to call if you need help. Recommend for budget to medium priced traveller.
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