Let's All Go to Overloaded Oslo on Outrageous Private Sightseeing Tours
There is an overload of sights, attractions and activities found in Norway’s capital city which can be seen on outrageous and fantastic Oslo private sightseeing tours.
Located in the south/south-east of Norway, this coastal city may be one of the World’s largest capitals but only in terms of area. When it comes to the amount of land developed, only 20% is used. The remainder of the area is made up of protected forests, parks, hills, open green spaces and many lakes.
On an Oslo city tour, you can walk through the parks and green spaces on connecting pathways to get to the wonderful attractions. This fabulous city is so rich in culture, a day spent on private guided tours Oslo of the excellent museums, galleries and stately buildings, is a day well spent.
The music scene in Oslo is important and plays a big part in the city’s identity. The vast array of arenas and clubs plays host to countless of concerts and, annually, major rock and pop festivals are held.
The nightlife is as diverse as the city with a mix of excellent restaurants and venues to suit all personal tastes and interests, without any discrimination to any community!
Top 10 Things to Do in Oslo
In Winter or Summer Go on Adventure Tours Oslo in the Nordmarka Wilderness Area
In the wintertime, Adventure tours Oslo are plentiful and exciting. Enjoy red-marked ski trails when in the Nordmarka Wilderness Area which can be even more interesting when done in the evening time! Or go on a Toboggan run at Korktrekkeren, Glide the ice on the Spikersuppa outdoors skating rink and do all types of fun activities at the Oslo Ski Centre.
For all the rest of the year, you will be busy too with Oslo walking tours through the sculpture parks, botanical gardens or Fortress. Alternatively, go crazy with adventure tours Oslo in Scandinavia’s largest climbing park Oslo Summer Park, at TusenFryd or on the water.
Travel Tips for Oslo
For mild temperatures and almost 24 hours of daylight, May through to August is a popular time to visit Oslo. It is also reasonable, price-wise, for such a popular time. With the length of brightness in a day, you can do many Oslo walking tours or adventure tours Oslo. Winter is also very popular with tourists who love skiing activities and adventures. Christmas especially is a wonderful time here with festivities and markets.
Oslo is regarded to be an expensive city but then so are the majority of Scandinavian cities. You do however feel you get value for money with the quality and service given. A nights accommodation in a 3-star hotel ranges from US$70 to US$160. Oslo private sightseeing tours vary in prices depending on the season and impossible to give a range. An evening meal in a mid-range restaurant ranges from US$12 to US$23 per person.
It is advisable for accommodation and any Oslo city tour or private guided tours Oslo to be booked well before travelling. When there, do not be afraid to venture, during the day, down side streets with restaurants, these are cheaper and just as tasty. Most places can be reached by walking and it is so beautiful and interesting. Watch out for advertisements of free events when you are there such as a concert or outdoor show.
It's surprising to learn that temperatures in Oslo are quite mild for a city in such a northern country. This is due to the temperate waters of the Gulf stream from the Gulf of Mexico. The average temperature ranges are: in the winter 0.7- -4.3 degrees Celsius, in the Spring 4.5-10.8 degrees Celsius, in the summer 15.2-16.4 degrees Celsius and in the Autumn 6.3-10.8 degrees Celsius. Ideal for year-round adventures tours Oslo.