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Important to Oslos history, great views, said to be one of the most haunted areas in Oslo. Possible with ghost-tours.
What is it? Akershus Festning is an old medieval fortress which has guarded Oslo from attacks by foreign navies for centuries. It also houses a renaissance castle where several kings and queens have lived. Why go? Access to the fortress grounds is free and gets you some of the best views of the…
The old castle has been guarding the city for 900 years. Perfect view of the harbour. Oslo's most haunted place. See if you can get tickets for the guided ghost tour.
Oslo's castle fortress just next to Aker Brygge is a lovely place for a stroll as you explore the ruins of the castle.
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“The royal palace is located in the middle of the city center. It is sorounded by a nice park. ”
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“Oslo’s Marina is filled with stores, cafes, bars and everything from TGI Friday’s to high-end restaurants. There’s even areas for swimming and museums (Astrup Fearnleys). An absolute must - especially in the summer time. ”
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“You can see an viking ships and learn more about their art, culture and traditions. Also they show some multimedia pieces in the Museum. Catch the bus close to the property from Bygdøy Alle to Bygdøy and get off by the Museum stop. ”
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“The beautiful Opera House is worth a visit. Walk on it's roof and look out over the Oslo Fjord or towards the city centre. Take the metro to Oslo Central Station, or the tram or the bus to Jernbanetorget then walk a few minutes to the opera house.”
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“An amazing museum in Bygdøy peninsula hosting the Fram ship. Norway has a close relationship to the Arctic, and Fram ship made it possible for Norwegian explorers to venture both to the extreme north and extreme south of the globe, making Norway one of the first nations to properly explore both these areas. ”
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