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Oslo is the naturally blessed capital and the most populous city in Norway. It represents a great amalgamation of natural and man-made attractions which provide it a distinct appeal. It is one of the Scandinavian capitals and third-largest Nordic metropolis behind Stockholm and Copenhagen. It is a city of the most hospitable people in the world and makes tourists visit it again and again. It is one of the world’s overwhelming green cities and thus declared the European Green Capital for 2019. Brilliant architecture, great gastronomy, good public transport, natural pleasures, contemporary cultural life, booming art scene and the place which has one of the lowest carbon footprints in the world makes it truly a great destination to visit and enjoy a great holiday trip. So fly to Oslo now!
Oslo is one of the world’s most beautiful cities represents Mother Nature at her finest. Start your sightseeing trip to Oslo with a visit to iconic Vigeland Sculpture Park which is among the country’s most famous tourist attractions. This sculpture park is Gustav Vigeland’s world of creations in the form of 650 sculpture in bronze, granite and wrought iron. Here you can also visit the Oslo City Museum and Vigeland Museum. Those who love adventure they just can’t afford to miss a hike in Nordmarka Forest a perfect natural break from the city. It has many hiking trails and different activity levels, lakes and cabin cafes to enjoy this fun-filled adventurous trip. No trip to Norway is complete without visiting Viking Ship Museum showcases some of the great 9th century ships.
This is home to the world’s best-preserved Viking ships and has played a huge part in Scandinavian culture. If you are in Norway you just can’t afford to miss skiing at Holmenkollen Ski Museum which is even used for international competitions. If you do not manage to see opera still the Norwegian National Opera House itself is worth visiting which is nothing short of spectacular. If you want to admire the beauty of Mother Nature then enjoy a day at Oslofjord which contains a highly scenic collection of islands in the southeast Norway where you can indulge in canoeing, sail ring, kayaking, camping etc.
Many things that make Oslo a worth visit destination. The best time to visit Oslo is during summer and spring between May and August when the temperature is mild and hotel rates are affordable. If you are planning to capture the glimpses of “Midnight Sun” then you must visit Oslo between June and July. Winters in Oslo are long and dark and very tricky. Winter season in Oslo starts in November and last until April. It is a great time for winter sports enthusiasts to plan their holidays during this time.
If you are planning a holiday trip to Oslo then it is better to book in advance. Several major airlines offer cheap and best flights from London to Oslo. Some of them include Qatar Airways, Ryanair, Wizz Air, Air Baltic, SAS, Etihad Airways, British Airways, Norwegian Air International, Air France, KLM, Austrian, Lufthansa, SWISS, Finnair, Aeroflot etc are few among many. There are 683 direct flights from London to Oslo averaging 99 per day. Etihad Airways, Norwegian Air International and SAS are the frequent flyers on this route. From London to Oslo Thursday is the cheapest day to fly and Saturday is the most expensive one.
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