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Book a flight to Oslo (OSL) and spend some unforgettable days in the Norwegian capital. Oslo is one of the country's three big cities and lies right at the top of the world-famous Oslo Fjord. Oslo has many interesting sights to be seen and is also a destination for thousands of sporty travellers. This is because the fjord city is surrounded by green landscapes and idyllic hills and forests.
A holiday in Oslo is best begun with a sightseeing tour. In the Gamlebyen district there are impressive old ruins and monuments, a must for fans of the medieval. Climbing Holmenkollen requires some effort, but the magnificent view of the city from the top is its own reward. From there, you can reach the Marka, the large forest surrounding the capital.
Book your Oslo (OSL) flights now and spend a relaxing and fascinating holiday in the Norwegian capital. Situated right at the top of the Oslo Fjord, a holiday here is great for culture vultures and active athletes alike. Surrounded by idyllic and endless landscapes, the city on the fjord has something for everyone. If you want to discover Oslo, start your holiday with a city tour. Fans of the medieval will love the Gamlebyen district, as there are impressive ruins and old monuments here. From the city's hill, Holmenkollen, there is not only a fantastic view but also direct access to the Marka, the beautiful forest that almost completely surrounds Oslo.
The Akerhus fortress is also an imposing building and has dominated the city's skyline for hundreds of years. Shopping fans should also pay a visit to Karl Johans gate. Here, you'll not only find clothing and accessories, but also specialist shops. When you reach the end of the street, you will not be far from the Royal Palace. Book your Oslo (OSL) flights now and discover more cultural highlights, such as the new Oslo Opera House, the National Gallery or the Norsk Folkemuseum. The Fearnley Museum offers a year-round exhibition of modern art, the Viking Ship Museum, the Kon Tiki Musem and the Fram Museum all boast exhibitions on sagas, amongst others.