Oslo Tours

Oslo is a city rooted with heritage and brimming with Nordic culture.
Oslo offers museums and iconic attractions such as Holmenkollen and Oslo Opera House, as well as natural attractions such as the beautiful Oslofjord.
Oslo tours allow you to combine a rich Nordic culture and with beautiful nature.

Oslo Tours

Oslo is a city rooted with heritage and brimming with Nordic culture.
Oslo offers museums and iconic attractions such as Holmenkollen and Oslo Opera House, as well as natural attractions such as the beautiful Oslofjord.
Oslo tours allow you to combine a rich Nordic culture and with beautiful nature.
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Duration:
4 days
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Taste of Oslo Walking Tour

This three to four hour tour starts downtown and it will lead you to the local spots in the city with an interesting history and delicious food. Start the tour by meeting your guide who will explain you the plan and follow the tour with your first tasting spot. After a very satisfying lunch where you’ll have the chance to try both salmon, reindeer and Scandinavian meatballs stop by very unique Bunad store. Bunads are traditional Norwegian costumes worn on special and representative days. Follow your guide and stop for a second in the government headquarters area on your way to a small coffee shop where you will try some Norwegian waffles. Choose between strawberry jam or brown cheese on your waffle and taste hot black drink, commonly known as coffee, so much dear to the Norwegians. Continue your walk across one of the oldest cemeteries in Oslo and visit graves of two famous Norwegians: Henrik Ibsen and Edvard Munch. Your path leads you all the way to the Mathallen food court where you will have cured meat tasting followed by some Norwegian meat and cheese tasting. End the tour in a bar situated in a food hall while tasting three Norwegian craft beers and a traditional Scandinavian spirit, called Akvavitt or Water of life. If you haven't tried Akvavitt or even if you did, you will have to repeat it because is perfect for cold dark winter nights or fresh summer days. If you're not a fan of the beer we can offer you something else, like cider, wine or soda just bear in mind there are no Norwegian wines since it’s rather cold for growing grapes so far north.
Duration:
3,5 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Moderate
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Duration:
4 hours
Available:
May. - Oct.
Difficulty:
Demanding
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Duration:
3 hours
Available:
Jun. - Aug.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Oslo Viking & Beaches Bike Tour

Hop on the saddle and join this unique tour west of Oslo and experience the impressive views of the Oslo Fjord and its scenic coastline. On this three and a half hour bike ride, you will travel along the coastline of the Frogner district en route to the Bygdøy peninsula where you will loop back to complete the round tour. Once you reach the southern tip of the peninsula you will come across the Huk (n. Hukodden). There you will make a stop, where you can try out the sandy beach which is open for bathing (bring a swimsuit and towel!). Have an ice cream in the service centre or admire the nearby sculptures by artists Henry Spencer Moore and Anne Sofie Døhlen.Next, you make a stop in the great Viking Ship Museum. This unique museum houses authentic Viking ships that were recovered from four different archaeological sites in Norway. These are the best-preserved Viking ships in the world and truly and marvelling over these tangiable echos of the past makes for a truly uniqy experience. The entrance fee to the museum is included in the tour. The next leg of the trip will bring you to the Bygdøy royal farm. Originally purchased  by King Haakon V of Norway as a gift for his wife in 1305, the royal estate went through a comprehensive restoration which began in 2004. The expansive estate is used for organic agriculture with a plethora of livestock comprised of dairy cows, calves, sheep and ponies. On your ride back to Oslo you will pass lush forests trails and ride along the beautiful Bygdøy coast. Once back in Oslo the route will take your through the back alleys of Aker Brygge before returning to the Bike Shop. This tour is perfectly suited for those who have moderate prior biking experience. The total distance covered is 18km (11 miles) and includes a few hills, long even stretches and some biking on dirt paths.Don't miss out on this refreshing tour that mixes cultural experiences with scenic nature sightseeing. Check for availability by choosing a date. 
Duration:
3,5 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Moderate
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Akerselva River Bike Tour

Experience an alternative view of Oslo as you bike along the Akerselva River. During the three-hour bike ride, you will discover a new side of Norway's capital, full of street art, hip cafés, surprising waterfalls, great food and award winning coffee.The Akerselva river runs through the city and is often referred to as "Oslo's green lung" due to the many parks and nature trails that exist along its sides. Originally known as Frysja - an Old Norse word derived from the word froth - the river experiences a significant drop in elevation from its source to its mouth.As a result, Akerselva will offer you scenic waterfalls as it weaves its way through the city of Oslo. The most famous of those are Møllerfossene; a beautiful succession of cascading waterfalls, nestled within a grove of birch trees.You will experience a pleasant admixture of nature and urban flair as you bike along the route. You will come across former industrial areas that have been turned into beautiful nature parks and you will stop at the Grünerløkka neighbourhood; originally a working class district that has with time been transformed into one of the trendiest parts of Oslo.You will make another stop at the Mathallen indoor market, considered by many to be the absolute heart of the Oslo food scene.You will end the tour by the mouth of the Akerselva as it flows into the Oslo Fjord nearby the iconic Oslo Opera House. There you will make the final stop where you can walk up on to the roof to enjoy a beautiful view of the surrounding area and observe the Akerselva from a different angle.Don't miss out on this chance to experience Oslo as a local, as we bike through its beautiful nature spots as well as discovering its most trendy urban spots. Check availability by choosing a date. 
Duration:
3 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Duration:
3 hours
Available:
May. - Sep.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Oslofjord Sightseeing Boat Tour

Embark on a classic sightseeing tour on this boat cruise of Oslofjord. Get ready to experience the scenic landscapes of the fjord, on this tour ideal for anyone wishing to take in the cityscape of this unique Scandinavian capital.One of the best ways to experience the scenery of the city and its surroundings is from a sightseeing boat, and the boat in question is a charming wooden ship of traditional Norwegian style. The crew onboard is friendly and helpful, ready and willing to answer whichever questions you might have on your journey.You will pass several interesting sights en route, as you voyage through the narrow bays of the waters, passing a labyrinth of small islands and scenic coastal buildings.One of the islands that you will encounter on your cruise is Hovedøya, a small isle of lush greenery and home to a wide variety of trees and flowers, some of which can’t be found anywhere else in Norway.Another sight en route is the charming Dyna Lighthouse, perching on a reef just south of the Bygdøy Peninsula. The peninsula itself hosts five national museums and a popular beach named Huk.When passing Bygdøy, as this is a sailing cruise, keep an eye out for the Fram Museum, home of the strongest wooden ship ever built. You can also see the Maritime Museum and the stunning veteran sailing ships that are anchored outside.You will likewise pass the Oslo Opera House, a striking building of white marble, glass and granite and the winner of several architectural awards. Because of the building’s ascending design, it appears to rise out of the water of the fjord in all its modern glory.Whichever direction you decide to gaze at, there are plentiful opportunities for photogenic views of the iconic capital of Norway. Don’t hesitate to book your boat tour now, for a chance to behold the numerous sights and beauties of Oslofjord. Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
2 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Oslo City Boat Cruise

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.
Duration:
1,5 hours
Available:
May. - Sep.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Oslo Panorama Tour

Come and behold the many wonders of Oslo on this guided tour of the city’s top sights. This short excursion presents you with the main attractions of the city, on a tour ideal for anyone looking to get up close and personal with the capital of Norway.To start off your tour, you will meet with your guides at the departure location next to the City Hall. You will then hop on a bus and begin your panoramic adventure of this dynamic Scandinavian capital.Your expert tour guides will inform you of the history and culture of this vibrant city, where you will begin by exploring the city centre and the urban bustle of Karl Johans Gate. See the cafés, nightclubs, shopping centres and jazz bars as you cruise this street, stock-full of authentic Norwegian architecture.You will also be visiting Holmenkollen in the Vestre Aker borough of Oslo, home to the one and only Holmenkollen ski jumping hill. The ski jump is a true city landmark and embodies more than a century of skiing competitions, so bear that in mind as you take in the breathtaking view.You will then be treated to a guided stroll through the number one tourist attraction in Norway, the Vigeland Sculpture Park. This park is the largest one of its kind made by a single artist in the entire world; as its 45 hectares host over 200 sculptures of bronze, granite and iron.This unique park represents the life work of its creator, Gustav Vigeland, who was also the park’s main architect and designer. The park is diversely beautified with greenery, bridges and fountains, so remember to bring your camera along for all the fantastic photo opportunities of your excursion.If you only have limited time to spare in Oslo for sightseeing, this is the perfect endeavour for you. Don’t hesitate in booking your panoramic adventure now, for this wonderful chance to get the know the city of Oslo. Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
2,5 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Moderate
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Duration:
4 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Moderate
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Oslo Tours

Oslo is a city rooted with heritage and brimming with Nordic culture.
Oslo offers museums and iconic attractions such as Holmenkollen and Oslo Opera House, as well as natural attractions such as the beautiful Oslofjord.
Oslo tours allow you to combine a rich Nordic culture and with beautiful nature.

Oslo Tours

Oslo is a city rooted with heritage and brimming with Nordic culture.
Oslo offers museums and iconic attractions such as Holmenkollen and Oslo Opera House, as well as natural attractions such as the beautiful Oslofjord.
Oslo tours allow you to combine a rich Nordic culture and with beautiful nature.
Refine the results by using the filters
Popularity
  • Popularity
  • Rating
  • Price
  • Price
  • Duration
  • Duration
Duration:
4 days
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
Difficulty:
Easy
See More

Taste of Oslo Walking Tour

This three to four hour tour starts downtown and it will lead you to the local spots in the city with an interesting history and delicious food. Start the tour by meeting your guide who will explain you the plan and follow the tour with your first tasting spot. After a very satisfying lunch where you’ll have the chance to try both salmon, reindeer and Scandinavian meatballs stop by very unique Bunad store. Bunads are traditional Norwegian costumes worn on special and representative days. Follow your guide and stop for a second in the government headquarters area on your way to a small coffee shop where you will try some Norwegian waffles. Choose between strawberry jam or brown cheese on your waffle and taste hot black drink, commonly known as coffee, so much dear to the Norwegians. Continue your walk across one of the oldest cemeteries in Oslo and visit graves of two famous Norwegians: Henrik Ibsen and Edvard Munch. Your path leads you all the way to the Mathallen food court where you will have cured meat tasting followed by some Norwegian meat and cheese tasting. End the tour in a bar situated in a food hall while tasting three Norwegian craft beers and a traditional Scandinavian spirit, called Akvavitt or Water of life. If you haven't tried Akvavitt or even if you did, you will have to repeat it because is perfect for cold dark winter nights or fresh summer days. If you're not a fan of the beer we can offer you something else, like cider, wine or soda just bear in mind there are no Norwegian wines since it’s rather cold for growing grapes so far north.
Duration:
3,5 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Moderate
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Duration:
4 hours
Available:
May. - Oct.
Difficulty:
Demanding
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Duration:
3 hours
Available:
Jun. - Aug.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Oslo Viking & Beaches Bike Tour

Hop on the saddle and join this unique tour west of Oslo and experience the impressive views of the Oslo Fjord and its scenic coastline. On this three and a half hour bike ride, you will travel along the coastline of the Frogner district en route to the Bygdøy peninsula where you will loop back to complete the round tour. Once you reach the southern tip of the peninsula you will come across the Huk (n. Hukodden). There you will make a stop, where you can try out the sandy beach which is open for bathing (bring a swimsuit and towel!). Have an ice cream in the service centre or admire the nearby sculptures by artists Henry Spencer Moore and Anne Sofie Døhlen.Next, you make a stop in the great Viking Ship Museum. This unique museum houses authentic Viking ships that were recovered from four different archaeological sites in Norway. These are the best-preserved Viking ships in the world and truly and marvelling over these tangiable echos of the past makes for a truly uniqy experience. The entrance fee to the museum is included in the tour. The next leg of the trip will bring you to the Bygdøy royal farm. Originally purchased  by King Haakon V of Norway as a gift for his wife in 1305, the royal estate went through a comprehensive restoration which began in 2004. The expansive estate is used for organic agriculture with a plethora of livestock comprised of dairy cows, calves, sheep and ponies. On your ride back to Oslo you will pass lush forests trails and ride along the beautiful Bygdøy coast. Once back in Oslo the route will take your through the back alleys of Aker Brygge before returning to the Bike Shop. This tour is perfectly suited for those who have moderate prior biking experience. The total distance covered is 18km (11 miles) and includes a few hills, long even stretches and some biking on dirt paths.Don't miss out on this refreshing tour that mixes cultural experiences with scenic nature sightseeing. Check for availability by choosing a date. 
Duration:
3,5 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Moderate
See More

Akerselva River Bike Tour

Experience an alternative view of Oslo as you bike along the Akerselva River. During the three-hour bike ride, you will discover a new side of Norway's capital, full of street art, hip cafés, surprising waterfalls, great food and award winning coffee.The Akerselva river runs through the city and is often referred to as "Oslo's green lung" due to the many parks and nature trails that exist along its sides. Originally known as Frysja - an Old Norse word derived from the word froth - the river experiences a significant drop in elevation from its source to its mouth.As a result, Akerselva will offer you scenic waterfalls as it weaves its way through the city of Oslo. The most famous of those are Møllerfossene; a beautiful succession of cascading waterfalls, nestled within a grove of birch trees.You will experience a pleasant admixture of nature and urban flair as you bike along the route. You will come across former industrial areas that have been turned into beautiful nature parks and you will stop at the Grünerløkka neighbourhood; originally a working class district that has with time been transformed into one of the trendiest parts of Oslo.You will make another stop at the Mathallen indoor market, considered by many to be the absolute heart of the Oslo food scene.You will end the tour by the mouth of the Akerselva as it flows into the Oslo Fjord nearby the iconic Oslo Opera House. There you will make the final stop where you can walk up on to the roof to enjoy a beautiful view of the surrounding area and observe the Akerselva from a different angle.Don't miss out on this chance to experience Oslo as a local, as we bike through its beautiful nature spots as well as discovering its most trendy urban spots. Check availability by choosing a date. 
Duration:
3 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Duration:
3 hours
Available:
May. - Sep.
Difficulty:
Easy
See More

Oslofjord Sightseeing Boat Tour

Embark on a classic sightseeing tour on this boat cruise of Oslofjord. Get ready to experience the scenic landscapes of the fjord, on this tour ideal for anyone wishing to take in the cityscape of this unique Scandinavian capital.One of the best ways to experience the scenery of the city and its surroundings is from a sightseeing boat, and the boat in question is a charming wooden ship of traditional Norwegian style. The crew onboard is friendly and helpful, ready and willing to answer whichever questions you might have on your journey.You will pass several interesting sights en route, as you voyage through the narrow bays of the waters, passing a labyrinth of small islands and scenic coastal buildings.One of the islands that you will encounter on your cruise is Hovedøya, a small isle of lush greenery and home to a wide variety of trees and flowers, some of which can’t be found anywhere else in Norway.Another sight en route is the charming Dyna Lighthouse, perching on a reef just south of the Bygdøy Peninsula. The peninsula itself hosts five national museums and a popular beach named Huk.When passing Bygdøy, as this is a sailing cruise, keep an eye out for the Fram Museum, home of the strongest wooden ship ever built. You can also see the Maritime Museum and the stunning veteran sailing ships that are anchored outside.You will likewise pass the Oslo Opera House, a striking building of white marble, glass and granite and the winner of several architectural awards. Because of the building’s ascending design, it appears to rise out of the water of the fjord in all its modern glory.Whichever direction you decide to gaze at, there are plentiful opportunities for photogenic views of the iconic capital of Norway. Don’t hesitate to book your boat tour now, for a chance to behold the numerous sights and beauties of Oslofjord. Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
2 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Oslo City Boat Cruise

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.
Duration:
1,5 hours
Available:
May. - Sep.
Difficulty:
Easy
See More

Oslo Panorama Tour

Come and behold the many wonders of Oslo on this guided tour of the city’s top sights. This short excursion presents you with the main attractions of the city, on a tour ideal for anyone looking to get up close and personal with the capital of Norway.To start off your tour, you will meet with your guides at the departure location next to the City Hall. You will then hop on a bus and begin your panoramic adventure of this dynamic Scandinavian capital.Your expert tour guides will inform you of the history and culture of this vibrant city, where you will begin by exploring the city centre and the urban bustle of Karl Johans Gate. See the cafés, nightclubs, shopping centres and jazz bars as you cruise this street, stock-full of authentic Norwegian architecture.You will also be visiting Holmenkollen in the Vestre Aker borough of Oslo, home to the one and only Holmenkollen ski jumping hill. The ski jump is a true city landmark and embodies more than a century of skiing competitions, so bear that in mind as you take in the breathtaking view.You will then be treated to a guided stroll through the number one tourist attraction in Norway, the Vigeland Sculpture Park. This park is the largest one of its kind made by a single artist in the entire world; as its 45 hectares host over 200 sculptures of bronze, granite and iron.This unique park represents the life work of its creator, Gustav Vigeland, who was also the park’s main architect and designer. The park is diversely beautified with greenery, bridges and fountains, so remember to bring your camera along for all the fantastic photo opportunities of your excursion.If you only have limited time to spare in Oslo for sightseeing, this is the perfect endeavour for you. Don’t hesitate in booking your panoramic adventure now, for this wonderful chance to get the know the city of Oslo. Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
2,5 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Moderate
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Duration:
4 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Moderate
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Oslo Tours

Oslo is a city rooted with heritage and brimming with Nordic culture.
Oslo offers museums and iconic attractions such as Holmenkollen and Oslo Opera House, as well as natural attractions such as the beautiful Oslofjord.
Oslo tours allow you to combine a rich Nordic culture and with beautiful nature.

Oslo Tours

Oslo is a city rooted with heritage and brimming with Nordic culture.
Oslo offers museums and iconic attractions such as Holmenkollen and Oslo Opera House, as well as natural attractions such as the beautiful Oslofjord.
Oslo tours allow you to combine a rich Nordic culture and with beautiful nature.
Refine the results by using the filters
Popularity
  • Popularity
  • Rating
  • Price
  • Price
  • Duration
  • Duration
Duration:
4 days
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
Difficulty:
Easy
See More

Taste of Oslo Walking Tour

This three to four hour tour starts downtown and it will lead you to the local spots in the city with an interesting history and delicious food. Start the tour by meeting your guide who will explain you the plan and follow the tour with your first tasting spot. After a very satisfying lunch where you’ll have the chance to try both salmon, reindeer and Scandinavian meatballs stop by very unique Bunad store. Bunads are traditional Norwegian costumes worn on special and representative days. Follow your guide and stop for a second in the government headquarters area on your way to a small coffee shop where you will try some Norwegian waffles. Choose between strawberry jam or brown cheese on your waffle and taste hot black drink, commonly known as coffee, so much dear to the Norwegians. Continue your walk across one of the oldest cemeteries in Oslo and visit graves of two famous Norwegians: Henrik Ibsen and Edvard Munch. Your path leads you all the way to the Mathallen food court where you will have cured meat tasting followed by some Norwegian meat and cheese tasting. End the tour in a bar situated in a food hall while tasting three Norwegian craft beers and a traditional Scandinavian spirit, called Akvavitt or Water of life. If you haven't tried Akvavitt or even if you did, you will have to repeat it because is perfect for cold dark winter nights or fresh summer days. If you're not a fan of the beer we can offer you something else, like cider, wine or soda just bear in mind there are no Norwegian wines since it’s rather cold for growing grapes so far north.
Duration:
3,5 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Moderate
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Duration:
4 hours
Available:
May. - Oct.
Difficulty:
Demanding
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Duration:
3 hours
Available:
Jun. - Aug.
Difficulty:
Easy
See More

Oslo Viking & Beaches Bike Tour

Hop on the saddle and join this unique tour west of Oslo and experience the impressive views of the Oslo Fjord and its scenic coastline. On this three and a half hour bike ride, you will travel along the coastline of the Frogner district en route to the Bygdøy peninsula where you will loop back to complete the round tour. Once you reach the southern tip of the peninsula you will come across the Huk (n. Hukodden). There you will make a stop, where you can try out the sandy beach which is open for bathing (bring a swimsuit and towel!). Have an ice cream in the service centre or admire the nearby sculptures by artists Henry Spencer Moore and Anne Sofie Døhlen.Next, you make a stop in the great Viking Ship Museum. This unique museum houses authentic Viking ships that were recovered from four different archaeological sites in Norway. These are the best-preserved Viking ships in the world and truly and marvelling over these tangiable echos of the past makes for a truly uniqy experience. The entrance fee to the museum is included in the tour. The next leg of the trip will bring you to the Bygdøy royal farm. Originally purchased  by King Haakon V of Norway as a gift for his wife in 1305, the royal estate went through a comprehensive restoration which began in 2004. The expansive estate is used for organic agriculture with a plethora of livestock comprised of dairy cows, calves, sheep and ponies. On your ride back to Oslo you will pass lush forests trails and ride along the beautiful Bygdøy coast. Once back in Oslo the route will take your through the back alleys of Aker Brygge before returning to the Bike Shop. This tour is perfectly suited for those who have moderate prior biking experience. The total distance covered is 18km (11 miles) and includes a few hills, long even stretches and some biking on dirt paths.Don't miss out on this refreshing tour that mixes cultural experiences with scenic nature sightseeing. Check for availability by choosing a date. 
Duration:
3,5 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Moderate
See More

Akerselva River Bike Tour

Experience an alternative view of Oslo as you bike along the Akerselva River. During the three-hour bike ride, you will discover a new side of Norway's capital, full of street art, hip cafés, surprising waterfalls, great food and award winning coffee.The Akerselva river runs through the city and is often referred to as "Oslo's green lung" due to the many parks and nature trails that exist along its sides. Originally known as Frysja - an Old Norse word derived from the word froth - the river experiences a significant drop in elevation from its source to its mouth.As a result, Akerselva will offer you scenic waterfalls as it weaves its way through the city of Oslo. The most famous of those are Møllerfossene; a beautiful succession of cascading waterfalls, nestled within a grove of birch trees.You will experience a pleasant admixture of nature and urban flair as you bike along the route. You will come across former industrial areas that have been turned into beautiful nature parks and you will stop at the Grünerløkka neighbourhood; originally a working class district that has with time been transformed into one of the trendiest parts of Oslo.You will make another stop at the Mathallen indoor market, considered by many to be the absolute heart of the Oslo food scene.You will end the tour by the mouth of the Akerselva as it flows into the Oslo Fjord nearby the iconic Oslo Opera House. There you will make the final stop where you can walk up on to the roof to enjoy a beautiful view of the surrounding area and observe the Akerselva from a different angle.Don't miss out on this chance to experience Oslo as a local, as we bike through its beautiful nature spots as well as discovering its most trendy urban spots. Check availability by choosing a date. 
Duration:
3 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Duration:
3 hours
Available:
May. - Sep.
Difficulty:
Easy
See More

Oslofjord Sightseeing Boat Tour

Embark on a classic sightseeing tour on this boat cruise of Oslofjord. Get ready to experience the scenic landscapes of the fjord, on this tour ideal for anyone wishing to take in the cityscape of this unique Scandinavian capital.One of the best ways to experience the scenery of the city and its surroundings is from a sightseeing boat, and the boat in question is a charming wooden ship of traditional Norwegian style. The crew onboard is friendly and helpful, ready and willing to answer whichever questions you might have on your journey.You will pass several interesting sights en route, as you voyage through the narrow bays of the waters, passing a labyrinth of small islands and scenic coastal buildings.One of the islands that you will encounter on your cruise is Hovedøya, a small isle of lush greenery and home to a wide variety of trees and flowers, some of which can’t be found anywhere else in Norway.Another sight en route is the charming Dyna Lighthouse, perching on a reef just south of the Bygdøy Peninsula. The peninsula itself hosts five national museums and a popular beach named Huk.When passing Bygdøy, as this is a sailing cruise, keep an eye out for the Fram Museum, home of the strongest wooden ship ever built. You can also see the Maritime Museum and the stunning veteran sailing ships that are anchored outside.You will likewise pass the Oslo Opera House, a striking building of white marble, glass and granite and the winner of several architectural awards. Because of the building’s ascending design, it appears to rise out of the water of the fjord in all its modern glory.Whichever direction you decide to gaze at, there are plentiful opportunities for photogenic views of the iconic capital of Norway. Don’t hesitate to book your boat tour now, for a chance to behold the numerous sights and beauties of Oslofjord. Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
2 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Oslo City Boat Cruise

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.
Duration:
1,5 hours
Available:
May. - Sep.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Oslo Panorama Tour

Come and behold the many wonders of Oslo on this guided tour of the city’s top sights. This short excursion presents you with the main attractions of the city, on a tour ideal for anyone looking to get up close and personal with the capital of Norway.To start off your tour, you will meet with your guides at the departure location next to the City Hall. You will then hop on a bus and begin your panoramic adventure of this dynamic Scandinavian capital.Your expert tour guides will inform you of the history and culture of this vibrant city, where you will begin by exploring the city centre and the urban bustle of Karl Johans Gate. See the cafés, nightclubs, shopping centres and jazz bars as you cruise this street, stock-full of authentic Norwegian architecture.You will also be visiting Holmenkollen in the Vestre Aker borough of Oslo, home to the one and only Holmenkollen ski jumping hill. The ski jump is a true city landmark and embodies more than a century of skiing competitions, so bear that in mind as you take in the breathtaking view.You will then be treated to a guided stroll through the number one tourist attraction in Norway, the Vigeland Sculpture Park. This park is the largest one of its kind made by a single artist in the entire world; as its 45 hectares host over 200 sculptures of bronze, granite and iron.This unique park represents the life work of its creator, Gustav Vigeland, who was also the park’s main architect and designer. The park is diversely beautified with greenery, bridges and fountains, so remember to bring your camera along for all the fantastic photo opportunities of your excursion.If you only have limited time to spare in Oslo for sightseeing, this is the perfect endeavour for you. Don’t hesitate in booking your panoramic adventure now, for this wonderful chance to get the know the city of Oslo. Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
2,5 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Moderate
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Duration:
4 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Moderate
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Oslo Tours

Oslo is a city rooted with heritage and brimming with Nordic culture.
Oslo offers museums and iconic attractions such as Holmenkollen and Oslo Opera House, as well as natural attractions such as the beautiful Oslofjord.
Oslo tours allow you to combine a rich Nordic culture and with beautiful nature.

Oslo Tours

Oslo is a city rooted with heritage and brimming with Nordic culture.
Oslo offers museums and iconic attractions such as Holmenkollen and Oslo Opera House, as well as natural attractions such as the beautiful Oslofjord.
Oslo tours allow you to combine a rich Nordic culture and with beautiful nature.