Situated in the northeast corner of Frognerparken, these popular public baths offer the possibility of a refreshing swim in ... More
Situated in the northeast corner of Frognerparken, these popular public baths offer the possibility of a refreshing swim in the summer. Families go together for a swim in one of the open-air pools, to try the water slide or just to sunbathe. It can become very crowded on sunny days. Facilities include changing rooms, showers and a cafe. The season goes from 18 May to 20 August. Frognerbadet is currently being restored, and this might cause a delay in this season's opening.
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, ...
Oslo Town Hall, located next to Akershus Fortress and right in front of the harbor, was inaugurated for the city's
900th anniversary in 1950. The impressive entrance hall is used for the Nobel Peace Prize award ceremony every December. ...
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 ...