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Norway

Winter in Oslo

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Winter wonderland in the charming capital of Norway. From the city center to ski slopes in a few minutes. Few tips before your trip: 1. Public transport works very well, you can choose from trams, trains, busses, and the metro. Use the Vy app to plan your routes, no need to guess what kind of ticket you need. Buy a ticket for your route directly in the app and just hop on the bus/tram/metro. 2. Get dressed properly - forget high heels and light jackets. Always wear woolen tights and a top as a base layer, covering it with a layer of t-shirt or turtle neck and another jumper or thermo jacket below your parka. Don’t forget about winter shoes with woolen socks and you will be unstoppable. 3. Be careful - even in the city center, if there’s lots of snowing, pedestrian zones, and pavements often remain covered by ice and snow.
Oslo Operahuset
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Take a walk in the city center and discover the Oslo Opera House, a modern architectural wonder situated on the shores of Oslo Fjord. The building resembles the iceberg sliding into the sea. It hosts impressive performances and invites visitors to walk on its inclined roof for breathtaking city views.
Munch Museum
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The museum is home to the largest collection of Munch's works, including the renowned masterpiece "The Scream". This place offers an interactive journey through the artist's life and work. You won't find any boring pieces - Munch believed it's time to start painting real-life - love, joy, pain, loneliness, death, and hope. The entrance ticket is 180 NOK per adult.
Oslo fjord cruise
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Explore the beautiful scenery of Oslo fjord and see the Oslo from a new perspective. This fjord cruise aboard an electric catamaran of world-class design takes you past well-known sights such as the Opera, Akershus Fortress, Oslo City Hall, and the Fram Museum from a whole new angle before the journey continues past islands, islets, and lighthouses. The ticket is 390 NOK per adult.
Vulcanfisk restaurant
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Take a walk to the Grünerløkka neighborhood. The western border of the Grünerløkka neighborhood constitutes the Akerselva River. Enjoy walking along the riverside path through parks and then find the Mathallen streetfood where Vulcanfisk is situated.
Tim Vendelboe
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If you are a coffee lover, this is a place you’ll like. Stay in the Grünerløkka and enjoy a cup of amazing coffee. Tim is a World Barista Champion who runs this small coffee shop with a micro-roastery, and a training center.
Public Library
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If your idea of relaxation is with a good book, do not miss the chance to wander around this beautiful modern library. It’s free, you can sit down with a book, bring some snacks, or just experience another example of amazing design in Oslo. Besides 450,000 books, you can watch movies with your friends there, make podcasts, learn to play the piano, sew a dress, or use 3D printers.
Fram Museum
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Now we leave the Oslo city center and travel to the Bygdøy peninsula to visit the legendary polar ship Fram, which carried famous explorers like Fridtjof Nansen and Roald Amundsen to the icy realms of the Arctic and Antarctic. Engage with interactive exhibits, step aboard the well-preserved vessel, and gain a profound understanding of the heroic expeditions that shaped the course of polar exploration history. You’ll see how the preparations were done, what inventions were used, and even see the chocolate bar that went to the South Pole with Amundsen. The ticket price is 140 NOK per adult, but if you are a fan of the maritime theme, you can get a discount purchasing together with tickets to the Norwegian Maritime Museum and Kon-Tiki Museum which are worth visiting too.
Fiskeriet Youngstorget restaurant
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It's a small restaurant and shop near the city center with fresh fish and delicious meals. It’s often full so the table reservation is recommended. If you want to try something really special go for fermented salmon.
Holmenkollen Ski Jump
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Take the metro to the iconic Holmenkollen Ski Jump. It is a symbol of Norway's rich winter sports heritage. Offering panoramic views of the city and Oslo Fjord, this historic ski jump has hosted numerous world championships and Winter Olympics events. This place is one of the world's oldest ski jump centers and the Ski museum here is the world’s oldest ski museum.
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