Dive straight into the rich history and culture of Norway’s capital city from our hotel. At this convenient location right in Oslo’s city center, you will find yourself within walking distance of all the major sights and attractions as well as the glistening Oslo fjord. With excellent public transport links mere minutes away you can easily make your way around the city and surrounding regions.
Don’t miss the must-see’s in OsloWhether you are a history buff, culture lover or a fan of amusement parks, then the Norwegian capital has got it covered.
- Royal Palace – 400 m. The crown jewel of the kingdom, the Royal Palace is both home to the ruling King and Queen, as well as serving in important state functions. Guided tours of this marvelous castle are available.
- Karl Johans Gate – 400 m. The capital’s beating heart is found on this bustling street, where shops and attractions are found on each side. See the parliament Stortinget or go shopping for that latest Norwegian design piece.
- National Gallery – 500 m. See some of Norway’s finest art in this wonderful gallery, go on a guided tour to learn more and get a cultural refill in style.
- Aker Brygge and the Oslo fjord – 1.2 km. This former wharf has turned into a wonderful upscale part of town, with restaurants, bars and shops found along the pier. Enjoy the beautiful fjord views or hop on a ferry to explore the waters
- Akershus Fortress – 1.5 km. Once Oslo’s main defense, this impressive fortress now stands as a military museum and iconic landmark in the city. Go for a guided tour or explore it by yourself.
- Astrup Fearnley Museum – 1.6 km. Gaze at some of the world’s finest contemporary and modern art at this spectacular museum, located on upscale Tjuvholmen
- Vigeland Park – 1.9 km. See the world’s largest sculpture park by a single artist and see iconic statues such as the Monolith and Angry Boy by Gustav Vigeland
- Oslo Opera House – 1.9 km. Home to the Norwegian National Opera & Ballet, this is a city icon you don’t want to miss. Catch a world-class performance inside or enjoy the views of the city from the roof
- Munch Museum – 2.2 km. See the masterpieces created by Norway’s most famous artist, Edvard Munch, at this Oslo arts institution
- Norwegian Folk Museum – 4.4 km. Take a journey back in time at this open air museum, where you can learn more about the rich and enticing history of Norway
- Kon-Tiki Museum – 5.9 km. Delve into the exciting tales of world-famous Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdahl and his many adventures
- Holmenkollen Ski Jump – 7.6 km. Any fan of ski jumping should stop by this Oslo skyline landmark. Visit the ski museum to learn more about this thrill-inducing sport