This tour of Oslo begins at the Oslo Opera House, home of the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet and the national opera theatre in Norway. Take a trip to the roof for a panoramic view of the entire city and the Oslo Fjord.
Then stop by Oslo Central Station, the main railway station in the city and the largest railway station in the Norwegian railway system. At nearby Jernbanetorget, the square in front of the station, learn about this part of the city and get the inside scoop on where the best places are to dine and shop. Explore the local stores, boutiques, and hotels, as well as the night clubs, bars, jazz clubs, and cafes.
Other points of interest include Oslo Cathedral, the main church of Oslo; the yellow-brick Norwegian Parliament building; the University of Oslo; the National Theatre, the 19th-century home to Norwegian theater, featuring three auditoriums; the majestic Royal Palace, and much more.
The tour ends at Oslo City Hall, where the annual Nobel Peace Prize is awarded.