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10 Great Free Cultural Attractions in Oslo

10 Great Free Cultural Attractions in Oslo December 1, 2010 | free, Kid Friendly, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
When you think of Norway, budget travel isn’t what first pops to mind, is it? While I won’t deny Oslo can be expensive, if you search a little, you’ll find heaps of free activities on offer. Norway’s premier attraction is nature – free for all to enjoy. In previous posts...

Sampling Bordeaux Wines at Oslo Opera House

Sampling Bordeaux Wines at Oslo Opera House August 30, 2010 | Events, Food | Read More
If you’re in Oslo this week, perhaps a taste of Bordeaux might interest you? Anyone with an interest in fine French wines are invited to sample the best of Bordeaux. Leading representatives from 37 different Grand Cru chateaux will let you taste and discuss the now world-famous 2009 wines in grandiose...

Free Oslo: Opera on the Roof

Free Oslo: Opera on the Roof May 5, 2010 | Events, free, Nightlife, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
21 May is the opening night for the new opera Around the world in 80 days. Only nine additional performances are scheduled, so tickets will no doubt be sold out quickly, as usual. However, there’s no need to despair. As a bonus, the Norwegian National Opera & Ballet is setting up a big screen...

4 free or cheap kid-friendly art venues in Oslo

4 free or cheap kid-friendly art venues in Oslo April 6, 2010 | free, Kid Friendly, Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
So your kids think art is boring? Being dragged through museums and galleries is a pain? In Oslo, they might change their mind. Below are four suggestions for educational and fun attractions for kids, representing sculpture, painting and architecture. Bonus: they’re either cheap or free! 1. Vigeland...

Top 11 Must-sees in Oslo

Top 11 Must-sees in Oslo March 24, 2010 | Kid Friendly, Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
Without further ado, here are Oslo’s top 11 must-sees/must-dos: 1. Oslo harbour Take a minicruise in Oslo harbour, going past (and stopping at) Oslo City Hall, Oslo Opera House and the Bygd√ły Peninsula, famous for maritime museums and nude beaches. 2. Nordmarka forest Catch the metro to Frognerseteren...
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