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The best of Oslo, Norway’s capital | Private jet charter

Destinations, VIP & Private Jet Charter
12th November 201812 11 2018

Oslo, Norway’s capital, is located on the southern coast. This tourist hotspot is rich with its Viking legacy, vibrant cultural life, world-class museums, historic architecture, spectacular nature, and a great mix of retail therapy.

Oslo Cathedral

Book a guided tour and discover the beautiful Baroque interior with its large murals and stained glass windows. Sunday’s high mass is always popular with tourists and locals.

Oslo Shopping

From street markets to high-end department stores, Oslo offers visitors an array of retail therapy. The city’s most famous – and largest – shopping street is the Bogstadveien with more than 300 shops, as well as restaurants and bars. The area also has a monthly farmer’s market at Vibesgate and twice a year Bogstadveien is closed off to traffic for its famous market. More luxury labels are found in downtown Paleet – a mall with 30 shops located on Karl Johans gate.

Oslo Royal Palace

Home to Norway’s royal family, the Royal Palace was completed in 1825 and located on a hill, the Bellevue, on Karl Johans gate. Although now owned by the State, it’s the official administrative seat of the monarchy and has a staggering 173 rooms – many in use by members of the Royal Court.

Munch Museum

Nordic artist Edvard Munch is best known for his expressionist work (most notably The Scream). A pioneer of the Symbolist movement he experimented with many art forms in addition to painting, including drawing, sculpture, film and photography. He bequeathed this unique collection to his home city consisting of paintings, graphical prints and drawings. Designed by architects Einar Myklebust and Gunnar Fougner, the Munch Museum is open every day of the week from 10am to 4pm.

Oslo City Boat Cruise

Enjoy panoramic views of Oslo on a city boat cruise along Oslofjord, taking in the City Hall, the white marble and granite Oslo Opera House and across to the five museums at Bygdoy Peninsula. The tour also passes by Akershus, Oslo’s 13th-century medieval castle.

Lillomarka Wilderness Area

The Lillomarka Wilderness Area is 62km northeast of Oslo and has fabulous hiking and cross-country ski trails, and is ideal for horse riding and cycling. Bring your swimmers for an invigorating swim in one of the many lakes, or try your hand at fishing. Stay at one of the four sports lodges in the area.

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