Centrally located close to Karl Johan main street and the City Hall. This office is full of information about Oslo and other ... More
Centrally located close to Karl Johan main street and the City Hall. This office is full of information about Oslo and other selected destinations in Norway. Free brochures are available in several languages, amongst them the monthly guide What's On in Oslo. The Oslo Pass, which gives you free admission to most museums and free rides on public transport, is sold here. You can also buy tickets for sightseeing and excursions, as well as exchange currency and receive assistance with hotel bookings. There is also a smaller tourist office at the central station.
Situated within the walls of the beautiful Akershus Fortress in an over 300 year old, half timbered house, this permanent
exhibition takes you through the history of the Norwegian resistance movement during World War II. Small models of many ...
This former royal residence allows visitors to wander the old halls and feel the forgone passing of the centuries. Nowadays,
the castle has been restored and is used for official functions. Visit the royal mausoleum where King Haakon VII ...
The medieval part of Oslo, right at the foot of Ekeberg hill, was neglected for decades, with main traffic arteries
cutting through this exciting part of town. The whole area is now being completely upgraded and restored, and has ...