Oslo Holiday Travel Information

Norway
Recently ranked the world’s most expensive city to live in, Oslo is a relative tropical paradise among Scandinavian cities. Thanks to the Gulf Stream, the climate is generally pleasant in summer and the winters are a far cry from some of the blisteringly frigid, sub-freezing environments of her neighboring cities. …

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We help you find the best Oslo hotels. From luxurious hotels to practical apartments, these are our most popular accommodations in Oslo, according to other travellers like you.

Reviews of Oslo

Mariann  Pedersen
Mariann Pedersen
01/02/2020

Never far from city centre to middle of nowhere in forest or by boat out the Oslo fjord. Beautiful! All so clean and well kept.

Hya Nicole
Hya Nicole
30/01/2020

I have a good time but Oslo is expensive country to visit I’ll be back this summer

Theo Macha
Theo Macha
06/12/2019

Absolutely epic great idea short notice, it's not cheap frills but worth every penny trust. Great people can't wait to go back.

Larissa Loy
Larissa Loy
14/08/2019

While the city is expensive it is easy to find cheap flights and accommodation which can make up for how expensive the city is. There are artsy bars and extremely friendly locals. There is also old and interesting architecture in the city as well as sculpture parks near Oslo including the art by famous artists such as Gustav Vigeland and Louise Bourgeois. The Munch museum is also a must see in the city.

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