Holiday homes Oslo, Norway- your memorable holidays in a very exciting city!
You have already been to other Scandinavian countries like Sweden or Finland, but now you want to explore Norway, then start with a holiday in Oslo. Even though Oslo is the biggest city in Norway, it is, in fact, one of the smaller capitals within Europe. The city is located at the Oslofjord and is surrounded by forrested hills. While it is beautifullly green in summer, snow covers its area in winter. Stay in holiday homes Oslo and discover this enchanting city which has plenty to offer in terms of attractions and activities.
The fabulous attractions in Oslo
Stay in one of the superb holiday homes Oslo can offer and visit the probably most interesting attraction of Oslo, namely Vigeland, which is the biggest sculpture park in the world. See the changing of the King's Guards infront of Akerhus Fortress right in the city centre. Maybe choose to stay in Oslo holiday homes at a time when one of the big events throughout the year is held in the fortress area. Oslo can also boast with a large number of museums. Check ot, for instance, the Munch Museum, dedicated to world-famous expressionist painter, Edward Munch, or the Ibsen Museum, which features the life and work of famous poet and playwright, Henrik Ibsen. One attraction that is also very popular with the tourist crowds is Holmenkollen, Oslo's famous ski jumping arena. There is plenty to see in Oslo, so make sure you plan your trip carefully.
You'll be spoiled for choice when it comes to entertaiment
When you stay in one of the comfortable apartments or holiday homes Oslo has available and you are travelling with your kids, there is the Tusenfryd Amusement park just a 20 minute drive away from Oslo. You can also visit the Frognerbadet, a very popular public outdoor bath close to Vigeland Park in Oslo. There is a variety of bigger apartments Oslo can offer for a group of 4 or more people, so whether you travel with a big family or a group of friends, Oslo will be able to cater to your needs. Oslo is also sometimes called the world's winter capital, so if you come here during the colder season, you have an ideal base for your outdoor activities. Choose a cosy and comfortable holiday home in Oslo, perhaps with a fireplace or sauna, and you can enjoy fabulous outdoor activities like ice-skating, cross country skiing, tobogganing or even sleigh-riding.
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