Oslo is located in the middle of a large fjord in southeastern Norway and is lively and full of interesting attractions. From your arrival at the port of Oslo, visit Aker Brygge, an old shipyard that is now a lively area. You can also admire the beautiful facades of the city centre around the main street, Karl Johans Gate, or immerse yourself in another era by visiting the medieval quarter of Akhersus. If you want to visit a museum, don’t miss the Munch Museum, which exhibits most of the expressionist works of the painter. Finally, be sure to explore the untouched nature maintained around the capital.
Not to be missed:
• Opera House