The story about the tour
Having a difficult time picking out the top spots to see on your visit to Oslo? We can help! Channel your inner artist and allow us to sculpt your first impression of Oslo. As we make our way through the city centre in search of the city’s “must-sees,” we guarantee an all-encompassing, wow-experience during your morning with us.
With our stories, we’ll draw up a sketch of the history of Oslo. Beginning our Oslo Must Sees adventure from the Nobel Peace Center, we’ll put pen to paper, kicking off with a picture-perfect view of our first of many must-sees – Akershus Fortress, standing guard over Oslo’s waterfront. Looking for more? We’ll unveil the former name for Oslo at Christiania Torv; display the Oslo City Hall, host of the Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony; and expose the Royal Palace, home of Their Majesties the King and Queen of Norway. Next, hop on a tram through town to an Oslo requirement. Can you guess which it is?
Arriving at Vigeland Park, we’ll share the enchanting story of how one man alone could build what today is the world’s largest sculpture park. As we reach the pride and joy of Vigeland Park, The Monolith, we guarantee a jaw drop. Don’t worry, we won’t rush the view – we offer you the option to finish our tour in Vigeland Park where you can further explore the masterpieces surrounding you or take one of our suggestions of where to continue from here. If you prefer to follow us back to the city centre, we’ll drop you off close to the Oslo Opera House so you can explore it on your own.
Just in time for lunch, we’ve covered the best of Oslo. And this is no small feat. Needless to say, the Oslo Must Sees are many, we won’t just serve you any!
Please note: This tour ends in the Vigeland Park so guests may continue to enjoy the park. Guests make their own way back via walking or public transport (tickets are included and provided by the guide).