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  • Oslo Pass Including Public Transport

    1. Oslo Pass Including Public Transport

    Oslo Pass is your ticket to the city of Oslo. The easiest and most inexpensive way to experience Oslo, this travel discount card grants you admission to more than 30 museums and attractions, access to public transportation, guided tours, as well as special offers in restaurants, shops, and entertainment venues. Available in validity periods of 24, 48 and 72 hours, Oslo Pass is a great value and pays for itself very quickly. Along with your Oslo Pass, you will receive a booklet describing all the benefits for Oslo Pass holders. The pass is valid for all attractions listed in the Oslo Pass booklet and entitles you to unlimited travel by metro, bus, tram, local trains, and on the ferry boats to the islands in the inner Oslo fjord. You can take the following tours with your pass: Oslo City Walks, OURWAY Tours: Oslo City Walk. Additionally, enjoy access to the Frognerbadet Open-Air Public B...

    I can only advice it - so comfortable to use. And to save a lot of money. The only one thing I can’t understand - why we can buy Oslo Pass only at one place and from 10 a.m.? And can’t buy it on weekend?

  • Oslo: 5-Hour Private City Highlights Walking Tour

    2. Oslo: 5-Hour Private City Highlights Walking Tour

    See the highlights of Oslo with an expert local guide on a 5-hour walking tour. Meet your guide in the city center where you'll start the tour. Hit the sweet spots of the Norwegian capital including the Oslo City Hall, Noble Peace Center, National Theatre, Royal Palace, Parliament, and Akershus Fortress. Then, make your way to Frogner Park, and hear the enchanting story of how one man built the world’s largest sculpture park. See some of Gustav Vigeland's amazing creations, mostly made of local Iddefjord granite. Next, grab your swords and shields as you prepare to plunder your way through the Viking Ship Museum and the history of the Vikings. The three Viking ships and artifacts in the museum are a true wow-experience transporting you back to the time of the Berserkers. Finally, return to the city center where you'll see the best part of the tour – the Oslo Opera House. Marvel at the...

  • Oslo: Sledging Experience

    3. Oslo: Sledging Experience

    If you are looking for some fun in Oslo during winter, join a sled ride in Holmenkollen. The tour starts at the Oslo Central Station, where you will meet your guide for an introduction to the tour and get an Oslo public transportation ticket which is valid for 24 hours. Please keep the ticket since you will be taking the subway from the bottom of the sled track up to the hill during your 1.5-hour sledding time. You will then have about 1.5 hour with the guide to experience the real Norwegian sledging experience in former Olympic sled track from 1952. After the 1.5 hour of guided sledging, you can either choose to come back to the city with the guide or continue sledging until the evening. You can choose to take a slow ride or organize a race with your friends and family, with hot tea and coffee on hand to keep you warm.

  • Oslo: Private Oslo Airport to City Center Transfer

    4. Oslo: Private Oslo Airport to City Center Transfer

    You will be picked up from the Oslo Gardermoen Airport by your driver, who will meet you with a sign stating the lead traveler's name. From there you will be driven to your hotel or a private address within the Oslo City center. If you are not staying at a hotel, you will need to provide your guides with the information on your exact address/location. You will be provided with a clean and comfortable vehicle, as well as a professional English-speaking driver who will ensure that you will be safely and promptly delivered to your destination. All cars are new and well equipped, and your friendly driver will assist you with your luggage at either end of your journey.

  • Olso: Private Transfer from the City Center to Oslo Airport

    5. Olso: Private Transfer from the City Center to Oslo Airport

    Be picked up at your hotel or private address within Oslo city center by your driver. Travel in comfort to Oslo Airport, where you will be dropped at the departures hall. Enjoy a convenient transfer in a clean and comfortable vehicle, with a professional English-speaking driver who will ensure that you will be safely and promptly delivered to the airport. All cars are new and well equipped. Your driver will also help you with your luggage.

  • Oslo: City & Vigeland Park Private Walking Tour

    6. Oslo: City & Vigeland Park Private Walking Tour

    See Oslo's must-see sights on a guided walking tour of the city and Vigeland Park. Visit the Nobel Peace Center, where you will have a pristine view of the Oslo Fjord with Akershus Fortress looming in the distance. Continue on your tour through Oslo city center, passing the National Theatre where you will learn about Norwegian playwrights. Pass by Oslo's City Hall and the Royal Palace perched on the hilltop overlooking the main pedestrian shopping street.

    Jump on a tram and head towards Vigeland Park after your pleasant stroll through the city center. Step off the tram and into the Frogner district, where you'll be greeted by the grand gates of Vigeland Park, the world's largest sculpture park. Explore the work of Gustav Vigeland, who made every single one of the pieces in the park. Enjoy a leisurely walk through the work of one of Norway's most famous sculptors.

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What people are saying about Oslo

Good choice

We took the option of 72h, and the truth is that it was worth it, we visited 5 museums, with that it was already almost amortized, since the museums were about 120 nok each, free metro, bus and tram. Too bad that from the airport does not arrive in the area. But you end up paying it off.

I can only advice it - so comfortable to use. And to save a lot of money. The only one thing I can’t understand - why we can buy Oslo Pass only at one place and from 10 a.m.? And can’t buy it on weekend?

The visitor center was difficult to find from outside the train station, and the attached map was rather imprecise. Otherwise, the Oslo Card is a great way to explore the city and its attractions.

It just made life so much easier on the trip knowing the museums we wanted to visit and transport was already taken care of.

Great deal

Very convenient for public transport and all the museums. Also great deal for restaurants and gift shops.