The capital of Norway, Oslo has a lot to offer. If you've not already read my post on 5 things you need to know when visiting Oslo, check it out.


If you're planning on visiting Oslo on a budget, here's some ideas of where to go and what to visit in Oslo.

Nobel Peace Centre

Open all year round, visit their website for pricing and open times.

Oslo Fjord tour

Priced at NOK339, the Fjord tour is open all year round, 2 sails a day. Visit their website for more info.

Aker Brygge wharf

The Aker Brygge wharf is Oslo's historic docklands and home to many bars and restaurants, galleries and shopping. Visit the Oslo tourism website for details.

Oslo Opera House open roofspace

Free to all with beautiful vistas across the Oslo Fjord and city waterside, the Visit Norway website has all the information you need.

Vigeland Sculpture Park

The Vigeland Sculpture park is the biggest park with a single sculpturer's work, showcasing the work of Gustav Vigeland. Visit the official website for information.

Viking Ship Museum

Preserving 3 Viking burial ships, the viking ship museum captures the imagination. Visit their official website for ticket prices and open times.