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4 days - Long Weekend or minibreak in Oslo with local, unique excursions.
Be surprised by Oslo, a compact city with a blossoming contemporary cultural scene and an ever-evolving identity. Wander through the Vigeland Sculpture Park, discover the Munch Museum and explore the hidden gems of Norway’s capital, Oslo. Discover the Akershus Fortress and the many harbour side restaurants along Aker Brygge.
Enjoy a day of sightseeing with your private experienced guide before by the water. Join a specialised food tour, with tastings of regional specialities that will introduce you to the unique flavors found in the deep valleys and the remote fishing villages of Norway. Discover the fascinating stories that will help you see the many varied sides of the city of Oslo.
Enjoy a personalized holiday, developed by one of our experienced Norwegian destination experts. Relax during your trip with our 24/7 support and expert local guidance.
- Day 1
- Arrive Oslo and transfer to your hotel
- Day 2
- Sightseeing Day of Oslo then hit the beach or forests
- Day 3
- Food Tour and Endless fun in central Oslo
- Day 4
- Departure Day
- Start/End Place
- Oslo, Norway tours
- Country Visited
- Norway tours
- 4 Days
- Self Guided
Sightseeing tour on foot/public transport
- Comfortable, central accommodation in shared double/twin room with private facilities
- Daily breakfast
- Oslo City Card 48 hours
- 3-hour guided tour of Oslo
- 3-hour food tour of central Oslo
- 24-hour emergency service
- Taxes and service fees
- Booking with Confidence- we want you to be confident in booking with 50 Degrees North, and we will always have your best interest and safety in mind. In these times of uncertainty during the COVID-19 crisis, we have put in place further measures to make booking with us easier and more flexible.
International flights, lunches and dinners not detailed in the program and items of personal nature.
Day 1 - Arrive Oslo and transfer to your hotel
Arrive to Oslo and make your own way to your central hotel in the heart of Oslo. The Norwegian capital has a great deal to offer the discerning traveller, and you have two full days to discover the city with the help of an Oslo Pass and guided tours. We can recommend visiting some of the Oslo highlights, including the Viking Ship, Kontiki & Fram museums, the Vigeland Sculpture Park, Ekerbergeparken and the Holmenkollen Ski Jump and Museum.
A walk around the centre of town to view the Parliament, the Castle, the Harbour area and the new Opera House is well worth it.
Day 2 - Sightseeing Day of Oslo then hit the beach or forests
After breakfast, head out to explore Oslo along the waterways with a 3 hour guided tour with your personal guide. The program is flexible depending on what you would like to see as Oslo has a wide variety of museums to explore. Our guide can offer speciality architecture tours if desired. Your 48-hour Oslo card allows you free entry into many of the musuems, free public transport, hop on/hop off bus and much more.
Depending on the weather, is it time to hit the beach or a museum? You can go paddle boarding or book an hour on one of the floating saunas. The Viking and Kontiki museums are popular or if you are after an adventure, why not go ice climbing at the new SNO indoor ski centre.
This evening, we suggest a fjord sunset sailing trip or a 'engang grill' picnic in Frogner park.
Optional Add Ons
Day 3 - Food Tour and Endless fun in central Oslo
After a morning at your leisure, head out for a 3-hour speciality food tour. Meet the guide outside the Chocolate Store called Freia on Carl Johan Street, for your walk around the city’s culinary haunts and hotspots. The city’s cuisine has a strong maritime theme and is now a foodie hot spot thanks to what’s known as New Nordic cuisine — food that revolves around nature, purity, freshness and simplicity.
Next, enjoy a peaceful walk in the city and together with the guide explore some of those hidden corners of Oslo that you might have a hard time finding. The guide will give you a taste of Norwegian typical dessert and together will walk along towards the food market.
Walk to some the city’s lesser-known areas and head for Mathallen, a covered market stuffed with food stands selling Norwegian and international produce. Enjoy some dishes aplenty as you browse the stalls, including rich local cheese made by small-scale producers. Pause at the raw food specialist Bondens Butikk to try Norwegian cured meat.
Day 4 - Departure Day
After breakfast, continue your journey onwards or home. Ask us for ideas if you want to extend your tour.
Price per person, twin share.
23 Dec 2021
23 Dec 2021