Experience the best of Oslo on a walking tour through the heart of the city, old and new.
Along the way, I’ll show you the most important landmarks behind the history of this nordic capital. During our walk, characters and events from the past that shaped the city will come to life. You’ll hear about viking traditions and Oslo’s long-lasting unions with its neighbours. The buildings in the city centre are a testament to the transitions that resulted in Norway becoming an independent nation, with a society that’s often regarded as one of the happiest in the world.
Highlights on this tour include:
• An equestrian statue of a French marshal and what it’s doing in front of The Royal Palace
• A garden belonging to the people of Norway
• Feminist literature written by a man in the 1800s
• A sculpture tribute to Norway’s working class
• The Nobel Peace Prize venue
• Aker Brygge harbour and its trendy restaurants
Whether you’re visiting Oslo for the first time, or you’re a hometown tourist, this tour is a valuable introduction to the city’s history and what it has to offer.