The capital of Norway is one of Europe’s fastest-growing cities. Oslo has become internationally well known for its innovative architecture, museums, and neighborhoods, as well as everything that moves on the food, fashion, art, and music scenes.
Over the last few years, several new neighborhoods have been established in the city center, adding an exciting new vibe and a range of new attractions. The high-rise buildings in Barcode and captivating landmarks like the Opera House and the Astrup Fearnley museum are changing the face of the city, and will soon be accompanied by a new Munch Museum and the new National Museum.
Oslo is a green city and was awarded the prestigious title European Green Capital in 2019.
The capital is full of green experiences, whether you want to swim, kayak or go island hopping, relax in lush parks or walk, cycle or cross country ski. In the Botanical Garden you can visit the Nordic region’s first Climate House and see exhibitions on climate and climate change.
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Oslo, Norway THE THIEF
A different, audacious and timelessly elegant hotel situated at the water’s edge in Tjuvholmen, Oslo. Surrounded by gleaming buildings, art galleries and chic restaurants and bars. Welcome to Oslo’s modern and luxurious design hotel.
Oslo, Norway Christiania Teater
Hotel Christiania Teater is a unique boutique hotel located in the heart of Oslo City Center. Just 100 meters from Oslo’s main street, Karl Johan and only a 2 minute walk from the National Theatre Station.
OSLO, NORWAY Amerikalinjen
Situated in one of the most vibrant and culturally rich areas of Oslo, all that the city has to offer is only a stone’s throw away.