Are you confused about how to get the most out of your two-day Oslo trip?
Well, get ready to wave goodbye to all your confusion. We have prepared a concise blog post for you on how to spend 48 best hours in Oslo.
Sit in a Harbor Cruise
One of Oslo’s most popular tourist attractions is Oslo fjord. It delivers promising turquoise waters flanked by towering cliffs and emerald shoreline.
While the fjord offers a view from the castle grounds you can also have a pristine, in-depth view by taking a two-hour cruise.
Infuse your time with immense joy via the panoramic views of Opera House, the beautiful Hovedøya, and the Dyna while the cruise brush pasts a plethora of top tourist attractions.
Oslo fjord converges all sorts of adventures at one point, be it fishing, kayaking, canoeing, or sailing, hence giving you maximum exposure to Oslo during your limited 48-hour trip.
Wander Around Vigeland Sculpture Park
Vigeland Sculpture Park, in the heart of Frogner Park, boasts a well-stocked collection of 212 surreal sculptures carved out of bronze, granite, and cast iron.
It is the world’s largest sculpture park that features the work of a single artist, Gustav Vigeland!
By the view of most bizarre, yet wonderful sculptures, weird amazement and curiosity are certain to penetrate your pores by some kind of osmosis.
The most remarkable sculptures include:
- The Monolith
- A crying baby
- A naked man fighting flying babies
Visit the Akershus Castle
The medieval Akershus Castle has been one of Oslo’s top tourist-traps since it opened to the public during recent years.
Akershus Castle is a military area. It houses a vast majority of Oslo’s top tourist attractions. Some of them include the Norwegian Armed Forces Museum, Royal Museum, and Norway’s Resistance Museum.
It is easy to understand why Akershus Castle is one of the perfect places to bless your sight with most in the least possible time.
Never let the boundaries of time plague your trip’s quality! Just evoke your smart-traveler senses and cleverly pick the best spots in town to wring every last drop of fun.
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