Join this fun and informative tour of Oslo's most interesting sights. You will be in good company of a knowledgeable guide as you bike around the city in a relaxed atmosphere. The route will take you across pleasant car-free paths, beautiful parks, quiet back streets and to the Oslo fjord itself.
As you make your way through the city, your guides will not only reveal the history behind the monuments and buildings but also cover wide-ranging topics on Norwegian culture and politics, as well as modern life in Oslo.
During this three hour tour, you will have plenty of time for stops and pictures as you discover the medieval Akershus Castle, originally built to protect the capital. As you visit the city hall - which houses the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony - you will experience the iconic Functionalist architectural style of this impressive two-towered building.
En route to the gardens of the Royal Palace, you will bike through the main street of Karl Johans Gate.
You will have plenty of time to wander around as you make a stop at the world famous Vigeland Sculpture Park, named after its renowned creator Gustav Vigeland. Moving along to the Frogner district of Oslo, you will now have the opportunity to witness Oslo's most impressive 19th-century neoclassical architecture with your own eyes.
The last leg of the journey will bring you to the more modern but equally stunning architecture of Tjuvholmen and the Aker Brygge harbour area. If weather allows you might even be able to jump in for a quick swim!
Come along for a compact and informative trip that encompasses a selection of Oslo's most interesting sites, and discover the many facets of Norway's capital. Check availability now by choosing a date.
Please arrive at the Viking Biking shop at least 15 minutes before the start of the tour. All tours include optional helmet and rain poncho if necessary. Water is available for purchase in the Viking Biking shop.