Early Spring in Oslo is very much focused on music! Clever Norwegians, they know how to cheer everyone up in the dark Winter. Here are a few things to do in Oslo in January and February 2018.
Wine festival at Vulkan, Oslo
Calling all Wine lovers! On the 6th of February, it’s time for Vinfeber (Wine Fever) festival, held in The Food Hall at Vulkan. From 16.00 – 20.00, you can indulge in all types of wine and delicious food. Tickets are bought here.
A Classic Delight
If your ears prefer opera and classical music over pop, consider January your lucky month. It’s swelling with classical music events in Oslo! A couple of highlights can be found on Visit Oslo’s website.
OURWAY Tours open for business
On February 3rd, it’s time for us to open up for the season in Oslo. Join our Oslo City Walking tour, Hipster Oslo Tour or Oslo Must Sees Tour.
A tribute to Django Reinhardt
Have you not heard of Django Reinhardt? For astonishing 27 years, the Django Festival has been arranged in Norway to tribute to his memory. In other words, if you haven’t heard him, it’s time to look it up! Django Reinhardt was a gipsy guitarist, and he is celebrated each year in over 50 countries. This year, the festival takes place on January 19-20. Tickets to the festival can be found here.