Hop on board and experience the city of Oslo on a scenic cruise filled with interesting sights to behold. This tour is for anyone looking to have a wonderful day of sightseeing of Oslo and its surroundings.
You will sail along the strikingly blue waters of the Oslofjord as you enjoy the panoramic view of the city, making several stops along your way for some unique photo opportunities.
Your first stop will be at City Hall, one of Oslo’s most famous buildings. It boasts of characteristic architecture and artworks and is furthermore the location of the annual Nobel Peace Prize ceremony.
Your second stop is the Oslo Opera House, a majestic and modern building of white marble and granite, that appears to rise from the very waters as it nests at the head of Oslofjord.
You will then set sail to the museum island at the Bygdøy Peninsula, home to no less than five national museums.
These stops are just a fraction of what you will witness on your sailing excursion. Be prepared to cruise around the picturesque little islands in the inner part of the fjord and pass the ancient fortress of Akershus.
Akershus is a medieval castle built to protect the city of Oslo in the 13th century. In the 17th century, it was remodeled under the demand of King Christian IV, which is when it gained its striking Renaissance castle appearance.
Remember that you will be informed of all of which you see by your expert tour guides, which are more than happy to answer all of your questions about the sights of the journey. Refreshments and drinks are also sold onboard all day long.
So don’t hesitate to book this tour now for an unforgettable day out on the open waters of Oslo. Check availability by choosing a date.