Oslo, Norway’s largest city and its capital, is situated in the scenic southeast inlet of Oslofjord. The city center is compact and incredibly walkable, with an abundance of green spaces and captivating landmarks. Oslo has been a major maritime hub since the Middle Ages and its epic sea-voyaging history is showcased in the numerous Bygdøy Peninsula museums. The best way to spend time in OsIo is by enjoying the city’s eclectic food, art, fashion, and architecture as well as experiencing the lush nature nearby.

Oslo has been Norway’s capital since 1814 and is home to renowned landmarks such as the Opera House and the Astrup Fearnley Museum. From the city’s main street, Karl Johans gate, tourists can pass by many beloved attractions like the OsIo Central Station, historic universities, the Royal Palace, the Munch Museum, the National Theater, and the Oslo Cathedral. Apart from its cultural and artistic legacy, OsIo also boasts of a cutting-edge restaurant scene with chefs innovating traditional Norwegian cooking styles and ingredients.

Best time to visit Oslo

The weather in OsIo from May to August is ideal for sightseeing as it’s the warmest period throughout the year. These are peak travel months and visitors can expect nearly 24 hours of daylight come June and July. Winter sports enthusiasts should plan their visit between September and April when skiing conditions north of OsIo are optimal.

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