Oslo Opera House
The new operahouse in Oslo is already famous for it`s architecture. The building is very special and in front of the water in the new barcode area in Oslo. You can even walk the building on the roof to get better view. This is a must see on your stay in Oslo.
The Famous Opera House, another wonderful must-see tourist attraction in Oslo. Located downtown, it's only a short walk away. Built almost entirely by massive Italian white marble, it's beautiful on both inside and outside. The building's design allows people to walk straight up on the roof, which I…
You can´t miss it. Does not really matter if you are into opera / ballet or not. Designed by Norwegian design/architect group Snøhetta, the building itself needs to be seen. Just walk along the waterfront, have a glass of white at the terrace, visit the roof for an amazing view, or book a guided…
See an opera, go inside and just visit the cafe or wine bar to enjoy the interior design.
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