Three Things To Do In Oslo, Norway

Oslo, Norway
Oslo, Norway. Photo by Jacek Dylag on Unsplash

Norway’s capital is known as a site for cool culture and fantastic food. If you’re visiting the city, check out these three tips of the best things to do there.

Take A Stroll Around Frognerparken

This free public park is an incredible site within the city. Bring a picnic and make an afternoon of it. Dotted around the park are works of art including sculptures and statues, some of these are quite bizarre, but if you’re visiting with a friend they will certainly give you something to discuss! If you’re not into art, enjoy the natural surroundings instead, this is where many Norwegians come to relax after work or at the weekend.

Head To The Sauna

Saunas are an important part of Scandinavian cultural life, so join in with the local ways and get yourself into a sauna. Across Oslo, many of these are open air, so you can still enjoy the sights of the city whilst you sweat out any toxins and stress.

Head To The Munch Museum

Munch’s most famous work, The Scream, is well known around the world. Get yourself better acquainted with the rest of his work by visiting this museum, which hosts the largest collection of his paintings of anywhere in the world.