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Attractions & Performances
TusenFryd, an amusement park 10km south of the city, is enormously popular with kids from all over the Oslo region...
Arts, Culture & Literary
This private art museum contains works by Joan Miró and Pablo Picasso, as well as assorted impressionist, abstract, expressionist and modern Norwegian works...
Museums & Galleries
Nature is often the best architect...
Nor-Way Bussekspress has the biggest range of services. International services also depart from the bus terminal.
Oslo plays host to dozens of music festivals but this is one of the bigger ones. The 2014 event saw Arcade Fire as one of many performers.
There are three good reasons to visit Frognerseteren: the apple cake, the view and the building...
The best place to rent bicycles is the Skiservice Sykkelutleie in the Nordmarka. To get there by public transport take T-bane 1 towards Frognerseteren and get off the Voksenkollen station (the 2nd-last stop).
Music festivals aren't renowned for their green credentials, but the Øya Festival, the largest rock and indie music festival in Norway, is an exception to the rule...
Jazz and Oslo's long summer evenings go well together. This festival brings big names to the city.
Opera & Classical Music
Live opera fills the concert halls – and even the streets – of Oslo throughout October.
This festival lets the dark lords of heavy metal loose on the good people of Oslo.
To get to/from Torp Airport in Sandefjord, 123km southwest of Oslo, take the Torp-Expressen bus between Galleri Oslo bus terminal and the airport (1½ hours)...
Seasonal flights from Bergen, Copenhagen, London Gatwick, Oslo, Stavanger, Stockholm and Trondheim to Dubrovnik.
Small Group Tours
City Sightseeing is Oslo’s version of the hop-on hop-off phenomenon...
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