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If you’re planning a trip to Norway’s flamboyant capital city, Thrillophilia is here to help you with the best Oslo tour package readily curated for your holiday. Our hassle-free and convenient packages will not only let you enjoy each day of your special tour in Oslo, but will also help you with an organized itinerary and a brilliantly planned programme to let you peacefully engage in making the best memories without wasting a single minute.

From offering you the best accommodation option to retire for your nights to making sure you wake up to a delectable breakfast platter the next morning and from getting you the most comfortable transport for your sightseeing tour to offering you immediate travel assistance whenever required, our Oslo packages are simply dedicated to provide you the best touring experience in this amazing Norwegian city.

With our strategically developed packages, you can check out the important attractions of Oslo, including Vigeland Museum, Tjuvholmen Sculpture Park, Oslo City Hall, Akershus Fortress, and many more. You can also engage in various adventure activities available in the city, such as food touring, shopping, ice-skating, skiing, sledding , mountain biking, and of course Northern Lights hunting.

At Thrillophilia, you can choose from our wide range of exciting Oslo tours or customize your special trips to the foreign city with us. We offer convenient and streamlined tours to Oslo from all the prominent locations of India, including Kolkata, Mumbai, and Bangalore.

Furthermore, our packages are cost-effectively priced to let you enjoy your holiday to the maximum without pulling off the slightest worry for your budget. Not to forget, booking your holiday packages with Thrillophilia always comes with amazing offers and discounts that not only lets you enjoy a budget-friendly trip, but also gets you surprising savings rewards that put a smile on your face.

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What are the famous places to see in Oslo?

Bygdøy Peninsula
Located on the western part of Oslo city, the Bygdøy Peninsula is home to five intriguing national museums - the Norwegian Folk Museum, the Viking Ship Museum, the Norwegian Maritime Museum, the Fram Museum, and the Kon-Tiki Museum. Offering a quiet environment, this place is suitable for enjoying nature walks and cycling.

Frogner Park
Home to a total of 212 sculptures, Frogner Park is a must-include in the Oslo tour package of every architecture buff. These sculptures are crafted by the 20th-century sculptor Gustav Vigeland and are in granite and bronze. The Angry Boy sculpture and the 14.12-meter monolith made of 121 human figures are some of the attractions of Frogner Park.

Vigeland Museum
Housed inside a stunning Neoclassical building constructed back in the 1920s, Vigeland Museum exhibits the brilliant artworks of the very talented artist Gustav Vigeland. The museum also hosts short-term modern art exhibitions from time to time, which you can admire during your Oslo tours.

Oslo Opera House
Nestled on the harbour and established in 2007, Oslo Opera House is an iceberg-shaped angular building, adorned beautifully with Italian Carrara marble and white granite. The main auditorium of this opera hall has the capacity to accommodate 1,364 spectators at a single time. The roof of the opera house offers breathtaking views of the entire Oslofjord.

University Botanical Garden
Home to around 7,500 individual plant species, University Botanical Garden is the oldest botanical garden in Norway. The garden features woven sculptures and two greenhouses. There is also a Scent Garden for the disabled and visually impaired visitors.

Mathallen Food Hall
The Mathallen Food Hall is a huge industrial building, packed with over 30 restaurants, speciality food stores, street food vendors, and bars. Constructed back in 1908, this building features bare brick walls and cast iron beams. This place offers modern Nordic cuisine, handmade pizzas, street food, and Basque pintxos and hosts cookery classes, movie nights, culinary festivals, and competitions.

Tjuvholmen Sculpture Park
Lying along Aker Brygge, Tjuvholmen Sculpture Park is landscaped beautifully by Renzo Piano. The lawns shelter seven stunning sculptures crafted by the legends of contemporary art - Anish Kapoor, Louise Bourgeois, Peter Fischli & David Weiss, Antony Gormley, Franz West, Ugo Rondinone, and Ellsworth Kelly.

Oslo City Hall
Inaugurated back in 1950, Oslo City Hall is a stunning monumental Functionalist building. This majestic building features two 63 and 66 metres tall towers and a red brick facade. The main hall of the building is made of marble and features frescoes, showcasing important historical moments of the city.

Royal Palace
Built under the orders of King Charles III, the French-born king, the Royal Palace was established 5 years after his death, in 1849. The first resident of the palace was Oscar I and his spouse Josephine. Nestled in the Royal Palace Park, this Neoclassical palace exhibits a brilliant architecture to marvel at during your Oslo tours.

Akershus Fortress
Built in the 13th century by Haakon V, the Akershus Fortress has passed the test of time and survived many sieges. Back in the 18th and 19th centuries, this fortification served as a prison that was home to one of the most infamous criminals, Gjest Baardsen.

What are the best things to do in Oslo?

Walk through History at the Norwegian Folk Museum
Always found in the Oslo packages of history buffs, a tour to the iconic Norwegian Folk Museum will offer you an insight into the lifestyle lived by the Norwegians in the ancient times. You can learn about Sami culture and check out traditional costumes, weapons, handicrafts, and tools.

Admire Artworks by Famous Personalities at the Norwegian National Gallery
Remember to include a visit to the famous Norwegian National Gallery in your Oslo packages, if you are an art lover. Here, you can see the iconic proto-Expressionist painting, “The Scream” by the legendary artist, Edvard Munch. You will also get a chance to see brilliant artworks by legendary artists, including Paul Cézanne, Picasso, Orazio Gentileschi, & Monet.

Enjoy a Day Out at Aker Brygge
Spend an amazing day at Aker Brygge, enjoying shopping from renowned fashion brands and dining at swanky restaurants. You can also stand on one of the steps leading to the fjord and witness the bustling marine traffic from and to Pier 3.

Experience Adrenaline Rush at Tusenfryd
Pay a visit to Norway’s biggest amusement park, Tusenfryd and enjoy over 30 rides. Try popular rides, including Loopen, the high-speed Super Splash, merry-go-rounds, teacups, bumper cars, and Thor’s Hammer motion-based 3D ride.

Relish the Delicious Pølse
Believe it or not, no die-hard foodie can leave Oslo without trying the super delectable Pølse. You can have the Norwegian Pølse in the most authentic way, by wrapping it in a lompe, which is a flatbread prepared using flour, potato, & milk. You can enjoy your Pølse with a spectrum of accompaniments, including dried onions, pickles, ketchup, remoulade, and mustard.

Witness Innovative Technical Exhibits at Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology
If you are a science freak, you will surely want to visit the Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology. Here you will witness more than 75 interactive stations, permanent and temporary exhibitions, the Tesla BS 242 Electron Microscope, and the Birkeland-Eyde arc furnace.

Pay a Visit to Holmenkollen Ski Museum & Tower
Visit the iconic Holmenkollen Ski Museum & Tower that has been conducting ski jumping competitions since the year 1892. Head to the Ski Museum and get an insight of the rich skiing history of Norway that dates back to 4000 years. Stand at the highest ski jump point and soak in the panoramic views of Oslo with its fjord.

Go Food Touring at Grünerløkka
Enjoy cafe hopping at Grünerløkka and try some authentic Norwegian delicacies. Some of the best places to pick for your food tour in Grünerløkka, include Mathallen Foodhall, The Nighthawk Diner, and Kontrast.

Which are the famous beaches in Oslo?

Paradisbukta Beach
Translating to “Paradise Bay” and often found in the Oslo tour package of all couples, Paradisbukta Beach flaunts calm waters, active beach sports, and breathtaking sunset views.

Huk Beach
Huk Beach is known popularly for being one of the clothing-optional beaches of Norway. Include Huk Beach in your Oslo tour package, if you want to flaunt your bikini body and enjoy the best sunbathing experience.

Ingierstrand Beach
Flaunting clean and calm waters and photogenic sceneries, Ingierstrand Beach is a family-friendly beach that is always found in the Oslo holiday packages of families with kids.

Hvalstrand Beach
Featuring cool waters and rich marine life, Hvalstrand Beach offers excellent diving opportunities. This beach is also lined with nice restaurants, serving fresh seafood.

What are the best adventure activities in Oslo?

Mountain Biking
The trails and forest roads around Oslo are very suitable for enjoying mountain biking. You can rent mountain bikes from Oslo Summerpark and start your biking tour from Sognsvann or Pioneren in Østmarka.

If you are a water sports lover, include swimming in your Oslo tour package. Some of the best rated places you can head to for enjoying a refreshing dip, include Brekkedammen at Frysja, Langøyene, Sørenga Sjøbad, & Tjuvholmen Beach.

One of the safest water sports to include in the Oslo holiday packages is paddling. You can rent an inflatable stand-up paddle board and enjoy paddle boarding at Sørenga, Langøyene, or Bygdøy.

Often found in the Oslo packages of snow lovers, ice-skating is a nice sport to do not only for thrill, but also to stay warm outside. Some of the outdoor ice-skating rinks you can head to in Oslo, include Spikersuppa and Frogner Stadion.

Cross-Country Skiing
Rent cross-country skis from Oslo Vinterpark and head to the forests around the city to enjoy cross-country skiing during winters. The trails are frequently groomed and there are even lit trails to offer night time skiing experience.

Rent toboggans from Akeforeningen for 50 to 150 NOK and go sledding at Korketrekkeren, which is a 2 kilometers long toboggan track, extending from Frognerseteren to Midtstuen.

What is the best time to visit Oslo?

The most ideal time to book your Oslo tour package is between the warm months of May and August, when the place receives the maximum sunshine for you to go out and enjoy outdoor activities, such as sightseeing and food touring

How to reach Oslo?

The best way to travel to Oslo is by flight. Many European flights fly frequently to the Oslo International Airport. You can take a flight from any major cities of India, including Delhi and Mumbai and fly to Denmark or Sweden and then take a connecting flight to Oslo. On the contrary, you can also try to take one of the few direct flights operating from Mumbai to Oslo, including KLM, Swiss Air, and Ethiopian.

How much time does it take to get a visa to Oslo?

Once the consulate or embassy has received the visa application, it generally takes 15 business days to get a visa to Oslo. In certain cases, however, the visa applications may be sent to the Directorate of Immigration (UDI). In this case, it may take around 45 business days to get a visa to Oslo.

What is the cost for a tourist visa in Oslo?

Tourist visas for children and adults above the age of 12 will cost you around 80 euros. Tourist visas for children aged between 6 and 12 years will cost you around 40 euros. Tourist visas for citizens of Russia or Azerbaijan above the age of 6 will cost you around 35 euros. There is no fee for tourist visas for children below the age of 6.

Do Indian passports need a visa for Oslo?

Yes, citizens of India need a valid visa to visit the country of Norway. A valid tourist visa will allow Indian visitors to stay in Oslo or any part of the country for a period of 90 days.

How much does it cost for a tour to Oslo?

A one week tour to Oslo generally costs INR 67,552 (kr 7,986) per person. A week’s tour to Norway's capital city for a couple will cost INR 1,35,104 (kr 15,972). Oslo holiday packages are available at budget friendly prices and include the costs of accommodation, food, and sightseeing transfers within the city.

What's the currency of Oslo?

The currency of Oslo is the Norwegian Kroner (NOK). You can exchange your home currency for Norwegian currency right at the Oslo International Airport.

How can I see the Northern Lights in Oslo?

Although sighting the Northern Lights in Oslo is not unheard of, yet the opportunity to spot the aurora borealis in Norway’s capital city is very thin. Since Oslo is located south of the Arctic Circle, sighting the aurora can be quite challenging here. That said, if you are including aurora hunting in your Oslo packages, you will need to travel to the city during the winters and go totally north to try spotting the Northern Lights.

What is the best month to see Northern Lights in Oslo?

If you are planning to include Northern Lights hunting in your Oslo tour package, the best time to visit the city for you is winter. Visit Oslo between the months of September and March to get the best Northern Lights viewing opportunity.

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