Flights to Oslo
Oslo, the capital of Norway, is surrounded by beautiful landscapes and is just the right size for a city break. There’s a lot to do in the city whether you’re interested in culture, food, rock concerts or parties that last until the morning.
The Viking Ship Museum will take you back to the days when Viking ships sailed the Scandinavian seas. The three ships found near Oslo – the Oseberg, Gokstad and Tune – are some of the coolest exhibits in the museum. The first is considered the most beautiful.
The Edvard Munch Museum, dedicated to one of the most famous Norwegian artists, is also located in Oslo. His painting The Scream is one of the most famous works of art in the world. There is a separate exhibition in the basement of the museum that gives an overview of the tragic life of the notorious artist.
As we all know, the roots of the movie Kon-Tiki, which made waves on cinema screens, are in Norway. The museum dedicated to this famous expedition and raft is located in Oslo and gives an overview of the life, ideas and adventures of explorer Thor Heyerdahl. As the museum is not far from the Viking Ship Museum, it’s easy to visit them both in one go.
Oslo, the capital of Norway, is surrounded by beautiful landscapes and is just the right size for a city break.
People say that Maaemo is one of the best restaurants in Oslo. Everything that comes out of its kitchen is made from 100% organic ingredients, which are sourced from within a radius of 100 km. It’s also worth mentioning that the restaurant has two Michelin stars.
One of the many sushi restaurants in Oslo is Hanami – it is the Nordic version of the famous Nobu and Roku restaurants. In addition to sushi and other Japanese specialities, the restaurant also offers the best cocktails in the city.
People often get a bit peckish when walking around the city. When this happens, we recommend popping into the nearest Aspent Baker. The cinnamon rolls made by their bakers are said to be truly delicious!
There’s a lot to do in the city whether you’re interested in culture, food, rock concerts or parties that last until the morning.
Oslo is served by three airports, the biggest of which is Gardemoen, ca 50 km from the city centre. You can get from the airport to the city centre by train, bus or taxi. Flytoget express trains are the quickest way of getting to the city, with the trip taking around 20 minutes. The prices of express trains start from 170 NOK.
Flybussen buses take you to the city centre in about 45 minutes, with tickets costing ca 150 NOK. You can also buy tickets that are valid for up to 30 days.
The taxi fare from the airport to the city may be ca 800 NOK, depending on the taxi company you use. You should use the counters in the terminal to order a taxi, as you may have to pay more if you take one of the taxis waiting outside.