- Half-day Oslo city tour by coach with an expert local guide
- Walk around Frogner Park to see bronze and granite sculptures by Gustav Vigeland
- Admire incredible views of Oslo from the Holmenkollen Ski Jump (Photo stop only)
- Visit Bygdøy Peninsula for several of Oslo’s top attractions and cultural museums
- Learn about famous Norwegian boats on tours of the Viking Ship Museum, Fram Museum or Kon-Tiki Museum (optional)
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What You Can Expect
Capture photographs of the vertiginous slope, used in the 1952 Winter Olympics, and absorb sweeping vistas of Oslo from this vertiginous vantage point. Travel onward to Bygdøy Peninsula, a rustic neighbourhood home to some of Norway’s most popular attractions; tour the Viking Ship Museum to see perfectly preserved Viking ships and to delve into the country’s fascinating past.
Enrich your maritime knowledge at the Fram Museum, home to the 19th-century wooden Fram vessel, and then revitalize with a fulfilling lunch at the museum’s on-site café (own expense). Instead of visiting the Fram Museum, opt to explore the Kon-Tiki Museum instead; named after the raft used by explorer, Thor Heyerdahl, the museum boasts fascinating exhibits that speak eloquently of Heyerdahl’s intrepid explorations.
Return to your vehicle after thorough exploration of the city and bid your guide farewell at a conveniently located Oslo location.
Great tour of city highlights.
Great way to see a lot of sights in the city in an inexpensive and time efficient way! My friend and I had a really fun time, and we also enjoyed learning fun facts about Norway and Oslo from our tour guide.
Loved this tour. The host knew a lot and explained the background behind everything. The bus was large, clean and we were able to see a lot of the town and far away places in a shorter time that it would have taken us lone tourists to get around. I loved it.
Excellent tour. Got to see exactly what we wanted and guide was wonderful. Stani, I think!
A really interesting day. The Oslo city tour was drive-by only, but lots of information was given and the city is small enough to be able to go back to any places that warrant further investigation after this tour. The ski jump stop was a good break and had a gift shop and museum for those so inclined. The walk through Vigeland Park to see the sculptures was very worthwhile, and the Polarship Fram and Viking Ship Museums were well worth the effort. We had a guided tour then free time in each to further explore. Other commitments prevented me upgrading to include the boat tour this day, but I took it another day and would recommend it as well.
Best thing to see Oslo and see great museums.
We met our very informative guide at City Hall to be told it was -16 degrees in Oslo that morning. Certainly was chilly waiting for the tour coach to arrive,however it was lovely and warm once we were on board. She was a delightful lady who knew all the history of the sights we visited. All venues were very interesting and well worth seeing. Some were a little rushed due to time constraints which is understandable due to our busy itinerary on the day.
Great guide, very good tour!
Really nice tour. Our guide had a lot of local knowledge and was able to swap between languages for everybody on board. The Fram museum was great. Very nice city and a must do tour for first timers.
Great value with a very knowledgeable and friendly guide. We enjoyed visiting all the sites but the Polarship and Viking Ship museums were the highlights.