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Attractions in Oslo

Oslo has many attractions to explore. There are all kinds of activities in the city as well as in the surrounding woodland and fjord. Check out the most-visited attractions in Oslo here:

Oslo Opera House

Inaugurated in 2008, Oslo Opera House is one of the city’s leading landmarks. Designed by the Norwegian architectural firm Snøhetta, the spectacular building is home to  The Norwegian National Opera & Ballet.



Norway's most-visited tourist attraction and one of the world's most famous sporting arenas. The new Holmenkollen   ski jump offers a spectacular experience, with and without skis.


The Royal Palace

The Royal Palace  is situated on a hilltop – Bellevue – at the far end of Oslo’s main shopping thoroughfare, Karl Johans gate. The Royal Palace is one of the country’s most important buildings and a symbol of Norwegian history since 1814. The Royal Palace is open to the public during the summer season.


Oslo City Hall

The City Hall is home to Oslo’ municipal authority and is also the venue of around 350 cultural events annually.


The Vigeland Park

The Vigeland Park is the world’s largest sculpture park made by a single artist and is one of Norway’s most popular tourist attractions. The park is open to visitors all year round.


Hotels in Oslo

First Hotel Grims Grenka and First Hotel Millennium  are located in the heart of Oslo in close proximity to the city’s main attractions. You can easily reach Oslo’s highlights by staying at one of our hotels in the city. 

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