Norway Tours and Attractions
Oslo, the oldest of the Scandinavian capitals, founded by Harald Hadrade in the 11th Century, lies surrounded by mountains at the head of a 70 mile (100 kilometers) fjord. Visit Akershus Slott, or why not feel like a real Viking at the Viking Museum.
Tour the city of Oslo by boat and coach. This great value for money guided tour takes you to Oslo's old town center and the Opera House.
Take a sightseeing cruise to the Kontiki Museum, the polar ship Fram and the Maritim Museum before you return by ship to the City Hall. See the Viking Ships, where Vikings, who were strong-willed, fearless warriors, craved new conquests.
Visit the Opera House, the polar ship Fram, the Viking ships and the Kon-Tiki Raft. Today, the Nordic Vikings are just a memory from a dramatic era marked by violent disputes and a boundless urge to explore.
Enjoy a coach tour through the city of Oslo and see the center of Oslo, Fram Museum, the Viking ships and Kon-Tiki Raft.
You will also visit the Norwegian Folk Museum, the Holemnkollen Ski Jump with museum and Vigeland Sculpture Park.
Spend 5 hours travelling through the city which provides arable fields, vast forests and untouched nature areas within twenty minutes from the center. Stop for a coffee (not included) and take in the impressions of the city and its people..
Enjoy a Norwegian sightseeing Mini cruise departing from the impressive City Hall of Oslo. A relaxing 50 minute boat cruise along the Oslo fjord is the best way to experience the stunning beauty of the rugged Norwegian coastline.
You will Sail around Oslo harbour and the inner part of the Oslo Fjord, one of the most picturesque parts of the island. Then you can admire the beautiful green hills surrounding the city as you sail towards the ancient fortress of Akershus, which was used to protect Oslo from sea attacks.
You will have a professional narrator onboard to guide you around the many sights you will see while onboard. This is a great introduction to Oslo and a wonderful way to see some of the most beautiful parts of the island.
As the capital of Norway, Oslo is the country's hub of national and international travel. The city is beautifully situated at the head of Oslo Fjord surrounded by forested ridges, and this very location gives Oslo unexpected qualities for a national capital.
Tour the city of Oslo by coach and enjoy three to four hours of glorious sightseeing. See the center of Oslo, the Vigeland Sculpture Park, Fram museum and the Viking ships.
On the morning departure see The Kon-Tiki Raft and the Holmenkollen Ski Jump, and on the afternoon departure you will visit The Norwegian Folk Museum.
The easiest and most inexpensive way to experience Oslo! The Oslo Pass lets you devote your entire trip to activities without the hassle of booking and buying.
The Oslo Pass gives you free entry to 33 museums and attractions, free travel on all public transport within zone four, free parking in all Oslo municipal car parks, free entry to outdoor swimming pool, free lunch cruise, free winter walks, discounts on sightseeing, car hire, Tusenfryd Amusement Park, ice skate - and ski rental, and special offers in restaurants, shops, entertainment and leisure venues.
You decide whether you want a card that is valid for 24, 48 or 72 hours. The card is valid from the time you stamp it. From that point on, it is valid for the number of hours indicated on it. Along with the Oslo Pass, you will receive a booklet, describing all the benefits for Oslo Pass-holders.
Oslo Passes for children (from 4 to 15 years old) are available at reduced rates. The Pass is valid in all attractions that are described in the Oslo Pass booklet and entitles you to an unlimited travel by metro, bus, tram, local trains and on the ferry boats to the islands in the inner Oslo fjord.