5 of Oslo's top attractions




Norway's beautiful capital is a major global hub, yet only around 20 percent of its extension is truly urbanized, so in addition to city streets it's possible to spend time in parks, woodlands, hills, and lakes. Oslo's major avenue, Karl Johans gate, is lined with pedestrian-friendly areas. Oslo's main pedestrian boulevard begins at Oslo Central Station on the waterfront and winds its way past several prominent tourist attractions, including the Royal Palace and National Theatre, as well as ancient university buildings and the Oslo Cathedral. Much of this is reachable on foot or easy/inexpensive public transportation, and for the farther flung areas as well as day trips and longer excursions, check Cars-Scanner, which allows you to book a car online with a discount of up to 70 percent.

What's more, thanks to its active cultural scene (it's counted as an international center for theater and art) as well as a vast range of fun activities, and position as an international center for theater and art, Oslo is routinely ranked among the world's best cities to live.


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