Veritas-parken includes shaded walking paths in quiet woods and a long, narrow, often deserted beach with fabulous views of ... More
Veritas-parken includes shaded walking paths in quiet woods and a long, narrow, often deserted beach with fabulous views of the fjord. This park stretches from the Henie-Onstad Art Centre to the offices of the Norwegian Veritas in Blommenholm just outside the city. Why not combine a stroll or a swim with a visit to the museum or lunch at the museum's renowned restaurant, Blgen & Moi ? To get there by car take the E6 from the city centre towards Sandvika/Blommenholm/Brum and use the museum's car park; by bus you can get nos. 32, 36 or 37 from the Old University in the city centre.
Within Frogner Park (Frognerparken) is Vigeland Park, Norway's most popular tourist attraction, famous for 200 sculptures by Norwegian sculptor, Gustav
Vigeland. During the summer, the park's outdoor cafes and restaurants are always packed. Other areas are full of joggers, ...
One of the quietest green spaces in the city, this park is situated on a hill, with paths flanked by
leafy old trees. St. Hanshaugen lies between Ullevålsveien, Collettsgate and Geitmyrsveien. Climb to the top of the park, and ...