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Le nouvel opéra d'Oslo a été inauguré en avril 2008. La station de ski de Frognerseteren et sa célèbre auberge avec terrasse offrent une vue superbe sur la plaine d'Oslo ! Les anciens docks en briques rouges d'Akker Brygge ont été restaurés et abritent aujourd'hui des boutiques, des restaurants, des cinémas… Vue sur Akker Brygge, l'endroit le plus animé de la capitale, ses voiliers et, au loin, l'imposant hôtel de ville dont les deux tours servent de point de repère aux navires la nuit. Le bâtiment dédié aux Prix Nobel de la paix est situé à Akker Brygge.
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Norway’s capital Oslo enjoys an exceptional setting at one end of the only large fjord on the south coast, on lowlands surrounded by steep forested hills where you can ski. The sprawling urban area is dotted with a number of peaceful parks. In contrast, the small and lively city centre (which makes up only a third of Oslo’s total surface area) is where all the charm of this chiefly sea-facing capital lies.

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Tourist attractions Oslo : Things to see and do

  • National Gallery Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Universitetsgata 13

    This important collection is presented in a style which is initially disconcerting, yet extremely thought-provoking. For example, one room juxtaposes The Scream and The Dance of Life against works by Gauguin, Courbet and Monet; elsewhere a landscape ..

  • Set in parkland, this museum looks back over the cultural history of Norway since the Middle Ages. 158 buildings illustrate the rural wooden architecture of different regions of the country. The most representative come from Setesdal, Numedal, Telema..

  • Bygdøy Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Huk Aveny

    The peninsula of Bygdøy reaches out into Oslo's fjord. It lies to the west of the capital and is home to six large museums, most of which are devoted to Norway's maritime activities. It is a residential area with a great many gardens to the north (ho..

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Hotels Oslo

  • Hotell Bondeheimen Three stars Three stars Three stars

    Rosenkrantzgate 8 N - 0159 Oslo

    Prix Prices from : 550 NOK

    This good-value hotel is just 100 metres from the National Gallery and Oslo’s main shopping street, Karl Johans Gate. It offers free WiFi and a popular breakfast buffet. Hotel Bondeheimen's spacious rooms also include cable TV, a tea/coffee maker an..

  • Thon Hotel Cecil

    Stortingsgt. 8 (Entrance Rosenkrantz Gate) N - 0161 Oslo

    This central yet quiet hotel is next to Stortinget and Oslo’s main street, Karl Johans Gate. Guests can enjoy free WiFi internet access and a popular breakfast buffet. Thon Hotel Cecil’s guest rooms feature a minibar and a Smart-function TV. Many in..

  • Hotel Bristol

    Kristian IVs Gate 7 N - 0164 Oslo

    This elegant hotel is 850 metres from Oslo Central Station and 2 minutes’ walk from the main street Karl Johans gate. It offers free Wi-Fi, along with free gym and sauna access. Hotel Bristol’s bright rooms have a TV and minibar. All feature charmin..

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Leisure activities Oslo

  • Prices from : 44 €

    Cruise onboard a traditional wooden sailing ship as you sail for approximately 3 hours through a maze of green islands, dotted with summer houses. During your cruise, a local Norwegian snack of shrimps will be offered

  • Prices from : 37 €

    The easiest and most inexpensive way to experience Oslo! The Oslo Pass lets you devote your entire trip to activities without the hassle of booking and buying. The Oslo Pass gives you free entry to 33 museums and attractions, free travel on all pu..


    Explore the most sunniest capital in Scandinavia with this two day ticket aboard an open-top double-decker bus. See all the main sights of Oslo as you hop on and hop off 10 conveniently located stops around the city. With great views from the top ..

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Restaurants Oslo

  • Oro Bar & Grill Quite comfortable restaurant 

    Tordenskioldsgate 6A N - 0160 Oslo

    An informal eatery with a bar at its centre - perfect for a glass of champagne. High tables, stylish stools and a retro, clubby look make this a fashionable place to dine. Choose 3, 5 or 6 dishes from the weekly 6 course menu. Cooking is simple and f..

  • Statholdergaarden Very comfortable and pleasant restaurant  A very good restaurant in its category

    Rådhusgate 11 N - 0151 Oslo

    Charming 17C house in the city's heart. Three elegant rooms feature an array of antiques and curios, and have wonderfully ornate stucco ceilings hung with chandeliers. Expertly rendered classical cooking uses luxurious local and French ingredients in..

  • Fauna Comfortable restaurant  A very good restaurant in its category

    Solligata 2 N - 0254 Oslo

    More relaxed than its formal façade suggests, this busy place is run by 3 friends. Dishes are attractively presented and full of flavour; watch the chefs in action in the open kitchen to fully appreciate their skill. Service flows seamlessly and wine..

  • Maaemo Very comfortable and pleasant restaurant  Excellent cooking, worth a detour

    Schweigaardsgate 15B N - 0191 Oslo

    Sleek, modern restaurant in an area of regeneration. It has an intimately lit interior and unusual mezzanine-level kitchen where you can watch the chefs; dishes are finished at the table, with some presented by the chefs themselves. Maaemo means 'Mot..

  • Palmen Restaurant within a Michelin recommended hotel (or restaurant) 

    Karl Johans Gate 31 N - 0101 Oslo

  • Ylajali Very comfortable restaurant  A very good restaurant in its category

    St Olavs plass 2 N - 165 Oslo

    Housed in a listed building, with an ornate ceiling and a mosaic floor. Its name is taken from a character in the novel 'Hunger' and the no-choice set menu is listed in chapters which tell the chef's story. Dishes are well-balanced, unique and playfu..

  • Grand Café Restaurant within a Michelin recommended hotel (or restaurant) 

    Karl Johans Gate 31 N - 0101 Oslo

  • restauranteik Comfortable restaurant 

    Universitetsgata 11 N - 0164 Oslo

    A contemporary, minimalist hotel dining room with an open kitchen, a glass-walled wine cellar and a friendly atmosphere. The larger tables are towards the front of the room, with more intimate banquette seating to the rear. The modern 3-5 course set ..

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