Best Recommended Itinerary in Oslo

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Simensbråten_busMost of the major attractions located around Jalan Oslo Karl Johans Gate, but not also located quite far from the city center. Untu save time and costs, you can split into groups of a few places in the travel route, any route can be combined from each other depending on your taste.

Normal Route Walking Distance

Akershus Fortress and Castle – Oslo Opera House – Norwegian Parliament Building – Nasjonal Galleriet – Royal Palace – Karl Johans Gate-Oslo City Hall – Nobel Peace Center-Aker Brygge.

All locations in the contiguous routes and still within normal walking distance. These include several museums that need to be considered carefully the allocation of time to be spent in each place, do not get too engrossed in the Nobel Peace Center at Galleriet Nasjonal book is closed.

Moderate Walking the Distance

Munch Museet – Grunerlokka – Gronland

Gronland located adjacent Grunerlokka Degnan, from Grunerlokka to Munch Museet can also be reached on foot. However, the three locations is quite extensive so strenuous enough time to surround this place. could be considered for the use of public transport to Grunerlokka Munch Museet. If you still have time and want to add destinations in this route. you can add street Karl Johans Gte, Akershus Fortress and Castle, or the Oslo Opera House before the start of the Munch-Museet Grunerlokka-Gronland.

Public Transport Route

Sculture Vigeland Park – Vikingskipshuset – Kon-Tiki Museet – Frammuseet – Oslo City Hall.

To take this route, you need use public transport due to the location of the museum is located outside the city center. From Oslo City Hall, you can use the ferry to bigdoy and visit Frammuseet, Vikingskipshuset, and Kon-Tiki Museet. Of Bygody towards Vigeland Sculpture park, you just take a bus heading peru Frogner Plass. These almost dominated by museums and require public transportation. You are advised to take a 24-Hour Oslo Pass which gives free admission all museums and public transport during the 24-hour or 24-Hour Oslo Card which gives free ticket for all public transport services 24 hours.

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