Explore the city's rich maritime history, admire its architectural diversity or soak up the city's atmosphere at hip cafes and bars - whatever you choose to do in Oslo, you'll find it wonderfully balances the old and the new, with an inspiring focus on its future.

Where is Oslo?

Oslo is the capital and most populous city of Norway, located in the southeastern part of the country at the head of the Oslofjord.

Fjords, Forest Landscapes and Modern Architecture

A breathtaking gateway to the majesty of Norway's fjords

Oslo, the capital of Norway, beautifully interweaves natural beauty and urban life. Surrounded by forested hills and located at the head of the Oslofjord, this vibrant city offers rich cultural experiences, from its numerous museums and historical sites to its contemporary architecture and thriving food scene. Oslo's ambition as a sustainable and green city also places it at the forefront of future urban living.

What can I see and do in Oslo?

The Royal Palace
The Barcode Quarter
Akershus Fortress

The Royal Palace

The Royal Palace in Oslo, the official residence of the Norwegian monarch, is an iconic building located at the end of the city's main street, Karl Johans Gate. Built in a neoclassical style in the 19th century, it is surrounded by a landscaped park open to the public. In summer, its splendid interior is available for guided tours. The daily changing of the guard ceremony is also a popular tourist attraction.

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