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Grand Hotel

Most popular facilities

Parking
Free WiFi
Spa
Family rooms
Pet friendly
very good Fitness Center
Tea/Coffee Maker in All Rooms

Bar

Hotel Bristol

Most popular facilities

Parking
Free WiFi
good Fitness Center
Non-smoking rooms
Restaurant
Facilities for disabled guests

Bar

Hotel Continental

Most popular facilities

Parking
Free WiFi
Fitness center
Non-smoking rooms
Restaurant
Facilities for disabled guests

Bar

The Thief

Most popular facilities

1 swimming pool
Parking
Free WiFi
Spa
Airport shuttle
Family rooms

Bar

Lysebu Hotel

Most popular facilities

1 swimming pool
Free WiFi
Family rooms
good Fitness Center
Non-smoking rooms

Bar

Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel, Oslo

Most popular facilities

Free WiFi
Family rooms
Non-smoking rooms
24-hour front desk
Elevator

Tea/Coffee Maker in All Rooms

OSLO BREAKS

A county and municipality, Oslo, Norway’s capital and the center for national as well as international travel, is nestled at the top of Oslo Fjord.Unusual for a European capital, Oslo is surrounded by a large area of arable lands, vast natural sceneries, and big forests that are only a twenty-minute drive from the city’s center. Tourists and locals alike take advantage of the enjoyable opportunities provided by these natural recreational areas regardless of whether it’s summer or winter. No other place offers kayaking, skating, or excursions to some nearby island altogether within one city area.

Despite its relatively low population of five hundred thousand (as compared to other European capitals), Oslo is considered one of the largest when it comes to area, covering more than 400 square kilometers, majority of which are arable lands and large forests.
Oslo is gifted with a large number of sights of interests that include parks, museums, urban districts, and a wide selection of modern shops. The good thing about the place is that everything is a just a few walks away.

Tagged as the city of paradoxes, Norway’s capital is perceived by visitors as a uniquely interesting city to experience regardless of whether a visitor intends to shop, take a tour around, attend business meetings and conferences, etc., or simply while the time away. One will never run out of options regardless of whether one wants an intimate dinner at a restaurant, an exhilarating dog sled riding experience, or a simple walk in the park.
Norwegians are famous for being sports-minded people, and they are always proud of their athletes and sports facilities. Norway’s capital is known for having produced great sports heroes which includes Sonja Henie, one of the world’s prominent figure skater and the all-Norway Soccer Team, which has garnered big victories at theUllevål Stadium. Who could forget Fridtjor Nansen who trained at Oslo’s winter landscape for his long and exhaustive treks and his feat of crossing Greenland on skis with Otto Sverdrup in 1888? And of course, the 1952 Winter Olympics was hosted by Oslo and was considered the most spectacular and successful among all other winter Olympics.

As one of the world’s leading shipping cities, many cruise ships regularly dock ay the city’s quays, a ten-minute drive form which are crystal clear bathing beaches one would never want to miss swimming at.

If New York has South Street Seaport, San Francisco, Fisherman’s Wharf, Oslo is never the one to be last because it has Aker Brygge. As confirmed by majority of tourists and travellers, Aker Brygge is the perfect place to be for somebody who wants a unique experience when it comes to food and simply having fun.

Aker Brygge can seat 5,000 customers; half of these seats are located outdoors. Aker Brygge definitely caters to wide variety of customers’ taste and wallet, but of course, as with everything, people with well-lined wallets get more and the most. What is most enjoyable about this area is that the waterfront facing the fjord offers a never-ending program of activities twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week—free for everybody to enjoy.

Four restaurants in Norway’s capital deservingly advertise the prestigious Michelin Guide rating. For a gourmet meal, do not fail to choose from Feinschmecker,  Stadtholdergaarden,  Le Canard, and Bagatelle. It should go without saying that Norway’s chefs are the world’s best, and you will surely find some of them in Oslo’s restaurants.

More fun and enjoyment await visitors and locals alike at the city center where a wide variety of bars, discos, nightclubs, and cafés line the Karl Johan Street. Regardless of your age, you will surely find one shop that will cater to your every whim. Nightclubs and discotheques abound at Rosenkranz Street, Tinghuset and Stortorvet is where you’ll find jazz and blues clubs, while Karl Johan Street boasts of a large number of bars. To be with the young and trendy, one has to visit Grünerløkka and the variety of cafés and restaurants that it has to offer. Grønland, however, is the latest hip place to be when it comes to nightlife.

So what are you waiting for? If you wish take part in Oslo’s never-ending feast of great and mouthwatering dishes of seafood or some delicious and elegant menus from around the corners of the world, then Oslo is definitely the place to be.

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