With the ease of a layover in the capital city of Oslo, you should take your time to explore both its history and nature with the sights recommended here.
Every city has its unique landmarks and Oslo is no exception. Here are six of the most important buildings I believe you must see when visiting the capital city of Norway.
This peculiar small bridge, the Gamle Bybro Bridge, in Trondheim has become a distinctive landmark that rivals other major structures in the city.
Oslo’s city halls have influenced the city development not just in the political sense, but also in the social and historical context. This is how a tale of three city halls came to be.
Would you like to go to Hell? Don’t worry, it’s not as hot as people think it is. That is, Hell, Norway, of course! See what’s interesting there.
Trondheim, the ancient Viking capital of Norway, still has its way of enchanting people, and in my case, blowing my mind. See how Trondheim does it.
When Oslo refers to itself as the capital of culture and nature, it is not lying. Both can be found abundantly throughout the city and all around it. What I found interesting is that for centuries, Oslo has tied together their culture and nature with a third, and very important, element: Art. These are some
Mother nature is famous for its stunning landscapes and natural views. This little planet has so many unique features that have drawn man’s attention since their discovery. It’s no surprise that its unique and everlasting beauty has always amazed us, even to the point that makes us want to push the natural limits so we
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