Bring nice and warm clothes
Oslo, the capital of Norway with almost 700,000 inhabitants. Oslo is the economic and governmental centre of Norway. The city is also a hub of Norwegian trade, banking, industry and shipping. It is an important centre for maritime industries and maritime trade in Europe.
Some of the most spectacular natural landscapes in Norway surround the city, making it a perfect staging area for a day of hiking, biking, boating, skiing, or camping.
Oslo’s skyline might be crowded by cranes but this rapidly growing urban metropolis is also one of the world’s most overwhelmingly green cities. It has earned the honour of being named European Green Capital for 2019.
Don’t forget to explore one of many museums; contemporary-art scene or commercial galleries. If you like, just walk and see the arhitecture of this divine city. The neighbourhoods may already be familiar via the works of Karl Ove Knausgård, whose autobiographical novel series Min Kamp are set here, along with the mean streets of Norwegian-noir crime writers Jo Nesbø and Anne Holt.
Norway is known by cold, rainy and snowye weather, so don’t forget to pack nice and warm jacket and boots.
To see and taste
We will try to simplify here and bring four five places as a recommendation;