No visit to Norway is complete without time spent in its political and cultural capital, Oslo. Oslo holds the country's parliament and governmental buildings, but also those cultural havens Norwegians hold dear, such as art galleries, museums and theatre houses.
Just a short ride on the Oslo Airport Express Train from our Gardermoen hotel, lodgers can visit Oslo quickly and easily when staying at the Radisson Blu Airport Hotel, Oslo Gardermoen. Stay with us to experience all the history, art, music and culture that Norway has to offer on your next visit.
Discover the history of the House of the Soviets
The largest city in Norway and home to many of its cultural landmarks, Oslo draws the most tourists of any city in the country. With a history spanning a millennium, from Viking times to the present day, even Oslo's city scape reflects its heritage, with the modern glass front of the Oslo Opera House giving way to longer standing structures such as the Stortinget.
A visit to Bygdoy allows you to delve deeper into the past, with the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History, the Viking Ship Museum and the Norwegian Maritime Museum all exploring the seafaring ways of Oslo natives past.
Oslo is a front-facing city as well, as visits to the city's Oslo Live rock festival and the weeklong Oslo Jazz Festival will attest. Those visiting from abroad will also be able to scour small shops in the area for artisan goods and artwork when in Oslo.
Keep close to Oslo with a stay at Radisson Blu
A stay at Radisson Blu Airport Hotel Oslo Gardemoen ensures visits to Oslo city centre will be quick and cheap, and that you can retire at night to a quiet room. Our hotel offers all the modern amenities, and you'll also be well-placed for day trips throughout the countryside, or exploring the area's other cities, such as Lillestrom.