A perfect weekend in Oslo. This guide offers cool recommendations for hotel, restaurants, bars and museum you need to visit while visiting Oslo for a weekend or a week.
Oslo offers beautiful scenery because it is surrounded by nature and the Fjords. But the city offers awesome food and a lot of cultural activities too!
There is a nice rooftop where you can walk around and the Opera has a lot of world class performences.
A tiny and crowded bar with a lot of creative cocktails. The best way to get a feel of the city.
Enjoy a nice view over the city while learning about the history of Norway in the home of the Norwegian royal family.
A popular place to walk and enjoy sun in the summer. They are around 200 sculptures of Gustav Vigeland.
In a old warehouse, this restaurant is perfect for dinner with local seafood and Norwegian specialities.
A nice waterfront full of bars and restaurants and a huge indoor shopping center.
Enjoy a cruise to discover the magic of Norwegian Fjords with bucolic islands and magic landscapes.
Reservations are essential! A must visit restaurant where you can enjoy local dishes like mussels in white wne and baked sea pike. In the summer, seating outside is really nice!
A nice shop to see if you're looking for taking back a piece of Norway housware to home. They sell a lot f beautiful items for your kitchen and table.
Another nice restaurant to taste Norwegian dishes in an historical building.
A fortress offering romantic views of the Osla Fjord.
A bar on a barge with lot of young people gathering to start the night.
The museum itself is beautiful, the exhibitions carefully planned out, and the lighting on the artworks is perfection. It makes such a difference being able to walk around a gallery at your own pace, ...
Place gathering many amazing pieces of art in the form of paintings. Staff is very friendly and their giftshop offers some truly meaningful things to buy. Just downstairs there is a room with lockers ...
SALT is a nomadic restaurant/art/sauna project that has already been in Nordland and Bergen, and now it is in Oslo. It features three saunas, art exhibitions, a café, concerts, a market, and other eve...
Vippa is a trendy food hall right on the water across from Akershus Fortress, and it really is the nicest place to eat or have a drink on a sunny day. It’s also still a little bit off the beaten path.
The Viking Ship Museum, where you can see preserved Viking ships and other artifacts. It's fun and a must see if you're into Vikings.
The ultimate luxurious hideaway, situated on Oslo’s newest fjordside development. A haven for rock stars and royalty, The Thief boasts sumptuous suites with views over the water, cosy firelit lounges,...
This hotel is comfortable, bright and peaceful. Swoon over the spectacular views of the fjord and the Opera House from the top floors.
The View of oslo is amazing