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  • Oslo Fjords 3-Hour Evening Buffet Cruise

    1. Oslo Fjords 3-Hour Evening Buffet Cruise

    Experience the superb fjords of Oslo on board a traditional wooden sailing ship and cruise the network of waterways that stretch almost into the city center. The 3-hour evening buffet cruise will get you up-close-and-personal with the city’s dramatic scenery, while enjoying the ambiance of a fully restored ship, renovated to its former glory. Sail past numerous islands, including Hovedøya, and the Dyna Lighthouse. Navigate the narrow inlets and dip into sheltered bays to capture the capital on camera from different angles. The boat will pass close to the Bygdøy peninsula, housing many interesting museums as well as beaches such as Huk Bay. See the Maritime Museum with its veteran sailing ships moored outside, and the impressive Fram Museum, housing the polar ship of the same name. During your cruise, snacks of Norwegian shrimps will be offered, while the bar will provide a wide range ...

    Very nice trip, pleasant time to spend. Beautiful views, some breathtaking images in the sunshine. Also good shrimps and wine or beer on the boat for extra money. All in all, I enjoyed the experience.

  • Set Sail in Oslo: 3-Hour Jazz and Buffet Cruise

    2. Set Sail in Oslo: 3-Hour Jazz and Buffet Cruise

    The cool breeze wafts gently over you as you set sail on the Oslo Fjord for a 3-hour traditional sail. In the beauty of the Fjord, you will enjoy live music while drifting gently through the calm waters past a maze of green islands, ancient fortresses and the inner part of Oslo's main waterway. During your 3 hours on the fjord, snap some pictures of the gorgeous scenery, and marvel at the tiny houses that dot the many islands around the area. You will pass through narrow sounds, idyllic bars and small summer homes that make fjord life so vibrant. Along with the live music, feast on a buffet of shrimp, lemon, mayonnaise, and bread and butter in true Norwegian style.

    We sat in the bow near the band and it was a lot of fun interacting with them and the other passengers in that area. The variety of music was wonderful and the vocals had a true jazz character. Arrive early enough to ensure a seat near the band in the bow. The cruise is close enough to shore to enjoy the waterfront Norwegian architecture as well as spectacular views of the port and the city. This cruise is a perfect jumping off point to orient yourself to the Oslo fjord and be wonderfully entertained at the same time. I will take the cruise again for sure.

  • Oslo: Food Tasting and Walking Tour

    3. Oslo: Food Tasting and Walking Tour

    See the sights of Oslo on a 3 to 3.5-hour walking tour and sample some classic local foods and craft brews along the way. Stroll through a colorful market and pop into locally loved eateries to try everything from savory fish dishes to traditional waffles. Hear about the city’s intriguing history and culinary culture as you walk between the major sights. Savor the flavor of fresh fish, and get served a tasty dessert at a legendary local kitchen. Visit a local market off the usual tourist trail and sample some different cheeses before exploring the different stalls on your own for about 15 minutes. Visit the colorful hipster and student area to try some of the local beers. Taste the local water of life known as "aquavit" as the bar owner explains where the beers come from.

    This tour combined a sampling of delicious traditional Norwegian food and drink and a visit to Mathallen market with a pleasant walk through Oslo where we learned a bit of local history and culture. Ivana does a great job. One of our favorite food tours, and we have done many over the years. Highly recommended!

  • Oslo: The Taste of Oslo Food Tour

    4. Oslo: The Taste of Oslo Food Tour

    Norway is a country of diverse geographical zones, with an extensive coastline and mountainous terrain, all of which have influenced the foods of Oslo.  On this 4-hour food walking tour your guide will introduce you to the uniquely fresh flavors of the north while guiding you through some of the most interesting historical areas of the city. You’ll begin in the harbor area, where you’ll visit the most traditional restaurant in town, decorated as an old-fashioned fishing hut. Sample a plate of foods representative of the whole country! The micro-brewing scene in Oslo is flourishing and you’ll visit the most centrally located venue. Try locally made beers and see the smallest brewery in the city. Continue your walk through the old town, and up a winding road that takes you out of the city, stopping on the way for a gourmet chocolate, a staple of the traditional Norwegian Sunday hike. ...

    This was a great experience. The food tasting, the walk through Oslo, the many anecdotes from our knowledgeable guide, made it all into a great experience. If you you're in Oslo, I strongly recommend this trip.

  • Oslo Christmas Tour

    5. Oslo Christmas Tour

    The experience starts with a short stroll around the Christmas-y city. On your way to the Christmas market village, you will learn a bit about Oslo's history and some of the most famous sights. After about an hour, we will move to the 'Winter village' which is the biggest Christmas marketplace in Oslo. You will be able to take the opportunity to warm yourself up with the traditional Norwegian drink, “gløgg” (mulled wine), or taste some of the traditional Christmas foods such as “julegrøt” (porridge), “julepølse”(pork sausage), or “tynnlefser” (flatbread) and learn everything you need to know about the Christmas in Norway. The tour is concluded with a cozy session by the fire where your guide will be telling you one of the most magical Norwegian Christmas stories while you'll be sipping your warm gløgg.

    This was the perfect way to start my trip in Oslo! I got to see so much and the guide was very passionate about the city and its history.

  • Oslo Tour: The European Green Capital 2019

    6. Oslo Tour: The European Green Capital 2019

    Join this walking tour full of sustainable inspiration and hidden gems. You will discover Oslo from different perspectives whilst learning why Oslo became one of the best cities in Europe. On your tour, you will be led through the vivid Bjørvika Quarter and see landmarks such as the Oslo Opera House, Sørenga, the Losæter Community Garden, the ruins of Old Oslo, and the most culturally diverse district, Grønland.  Your journey then continues along the Akerselva River, which offers a great escape from the rush of the capital and is the cradle of Oslo's underground culture. Later, your tour will finish in the Vulkan area, Oslo's so-called "sustainable laboratory." Here you will receive a guided traditional Norwegian food tasting which offers the unique possibility to try a broad selection of traditional Norwegian food, such as different type of cheeses, cured sausages, reindeer, whale, sal...

    Great fun! Especially for those interested in architecture, new approaches to urbanism and community engagement. We learnt about the newest quarters of Oslo, waterfront regeneration and community projects as well as fast transforming trendy areas in the heart of the city. Definitely worth it, as many of the things we wouldn't have discovered just looking at the recommendations on the internet. The tour guide was super friendly and knowledgeable. After the tour, she sent us many links with further information on things we were interested in. Highly recommended at the beginning of your trip as you'll have more insight into the city with many more tips of places to visit!

  • Oslo: Street Food Culture Walking Tour

    7. Oslo: Street Food Culture Walking Tour

    Join a crash course into Oslo street cuisine on this guided walking tour that combines exploration of the city's hidden gems and the places offering the most typical flavors. Discover Norwegian food and become an Oslo street food specialist.

    Embark on a beautiful walk around Oslo's most popular river and discover the city’s hipster area and underground culture. Taste the most authentic dishes that serve as a savior for Oslopolitans during busy days and nights.

    Sample several types of local specialties that have become an integral part of Oslo culture: Norwegian waffles, the Norwegian hot dog, a special soft drink that is typical for Oslo, and more.

    The additional cost for all foods and drinks is approximately €10-€15 per person, but it also depends on what you would like to taste. Each participant can pay for themselves on site.

  • Oslo: 3-Hour Beer Tour

    8. Oslo: 3-Hour Beer Tour

    Experience the microbrewing passion that has swept the city of Oslo on this 2-hour tasting tour. Your guide will show you a completely different side of the city! Enjoy a walk through the trendiest area of town, known as Grunerløkka, for an authentic Oslo experience. Hang out with neighborhood locals when you stop at 3 different microbreweries to try the best of the Norwegian beers. At each of the stops, you’ll also be served a tasty snack to help you soak up the drinks before heading on to the next stop. The tour ends in Grunerløkka, and you can continue exploring this fun and interesting area afterwards.

  • Oslo: Urban Walking Tour with Beer and Cheese Tastings

    9. Oslo: Urban Walking Tour with Beer and Cheese Tastings

    You will meet by the Tiger Statue outside the main train station ”Oslo S” and start an easy walk towards the local area of Oslo known as Grunnerløkka. Your guide will point out some interesting facts about the city's history and culture while making your way to the Mathallen food court, where you’ll have your first of three beer tasting. Try some Norwegian cheeses with two types of locally brewed beers. When you’re done sampling the first round, you'll head for the next two beers in one of the oldest breweries in the city. The bar personnel will explain you the stories behind each of the beers, and don’t hesitate to ask them which is their favorite. Your last, but not final stop (the night is still young) will be in a centrally-located microbrewery where you’ll end the tour with three types of beers and a traditional Scandinavian spirit. If you haven’t tried akavavit, this water of life...

  • Oslo: Riverwalk and Norwegian Food Tasting

    10. Oslo: Riverwalk and Norwegian Food Tasting

    Meet your guide at your hotel and take a metro ride to the river station. Starting from Nydalen, a popular swimming place, walk along the river Aker with your professional guide who will be explaining in your language the industrial past of this important river that divides Oslo into east and west. See the powerful waterfalls and feel the vibrant atmosphere of the area around the river. Pass under historical bridges and see the art inspired by the fairytales and folklore of the Norwegian culture. See old fabric buildings and breweries that have been converted into schools and entertainment establishments. Appreciate some street art at the bottom of the river banks. End up your tour in the trendy neighborhood of Grünerløkka sampling a taste of Norwegian food. Your guide will explain to you the different food sorts that have made it to the Norwegian tables through time while you taste th...

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What people are saying about Oslo

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 20 reviews

Very nice trip, pleasant time to spend. Beautiful views, some breathtaking images in the sunshine. Also good shrimps and wine or beer on the boat for extra money. All in all, I enjoyed the experience.

unforgettable evening. sublime jazz group. crew members couldn't do enough for us. beautiful boat. nice shrimp buffet. as for the views ...... magnificent and exotic

Great value for money. Very friendly and happy staff working on the ship. Delicious food. Beautiful scenery. All round pleasant experience.

Evening cruise, very enjoyable, lovely scenery. A good use of 3 hours.

Delicious food and a lovely walk round Oslo with our charming guide!