Akershus Fortress is a great place to discover Oslo's history and enjoy a summer day. The building of Akershus Castle and Fortress was commenced in 1299 under king Håkon V. The medieval castle, which was completed in the 1300s, had a strategical location at the very end of the headland, and…
The old castle has been guarding the city for 900 years. Perfect view of the harbour. Oslo's most haunted place. See if you can get tickets for the guided ghost tour.
Important to Oslos history, great views, said to be one of the most haunted areas in Oslo. Possible with ghost-tours.
“The royal residence at the top of Karl Johans gate, home to King Harald V and Queen Sonja. The building is in neo-classical style with a facade of stuccoed brick, and was completed in 1849. The Royal Palace Park surrounds the palace on all sides and features grassy areas, majestic trees, small ponds and statues. Changing of the guards every day at 1.30 pm. Service in the Palace Chapel on Sundays at 11 am.”
“Aker brygge -lively place with many nice restaurants and museum Astrup Fearnley, feks Fridays restaurants-if you go to the end named Tjuvholmen you can sunbathe and go swimming and great pizzeria Olivias.You can also take a boat to island "Nesodden " (30 minutes) and have dinner at the restaurant "Signalen" make sure you make reservations first.You can also book a dinner cruise from Aker Brygge.You can also continue to the other side and go al the way to Vippetangen where there is an informal Food market which I highly recommend. t”
“It’s the Vikingship museum… need I say more?! It’s awesome and you can take the ferry from the city to get there! ”
“Operastranda is a closest beach, Also the Operahouse with its ice-sculpture is a great destination for SUP. ”
“If you are into adventure and history, this is the place to go. The Fram museum tells the tail of the Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen and his journey to be the first man on the North Pole AND the South Pole! Placed in Bygdø, you can take the boat from Aker Aker Brygge to get there.”