What to see in Oslo?
All programs of sightseeing tours are customised for the client. You discuss in advance with the operator the route of the trip, how much time you want to spend in a particular place, and on this basis the driver builds the most convenient route, and we will calculate the cost of your trip.
1. Royal Palace
The Royal Palace of Oslo has been the residence of the Norwegian king since 1849. The building is made in accordance with the minimalist architectural style of the era, and the adjacent park area is considered the center of the palace. Entrance to the internal front halls is also free.
2. Parliament building (Storting)
The Parliament building is distinguished by its elegant and luxurious appearance. This is the current meeting place of the country’s parliament, so special tours of the halls are organized for travelers with a guide.
3. Akershus Castle
The majestic castle, which every tourist should see with his own eyes! The building was built in the style of the early Renaissance, and serves as the location of the Norwegian War Museum. The guard of honor changes at the gates of Akershus every afternoon.
4. Karl Johan street
This is one of the main pedestrian streets of the capital, which got its name in memory of Charles the Fourth. Numerous souvenir shops, grocery stores, clothing and footwear boutiques are located on the street. On the street you will also meet numerous restaurants and cafes of national cuisine. The street is also famous for the fact that there are a variety of monuments of culture and history on it: the palace park, the House of Parliament, the national theater.
5. City Hall
Every year, the legendary Nobel Prize ceremony is held here in the Town Hall building. Among the stored values, one should single out the artistic masterpiece “Life” and the fresco “Trade and Crafts” by Munch. Guests can explore almost any premises, including the banquet hall and halls of the celebration gallery.
6. Oslo Opera House
The Oslo Opera House has an atypical for theaters, but very dynamic and modern design. World stars perform here. You can also go up to its roof and admire the panorama of Oslo.
7. Oslo Cathedral
The Cathedral was built in the 17th century at the expense of the townspeople and is the main cathedral of Oslo. You will be impressed by the unique interior with an old altar from 1748, paintings of the Last Supper and the Crucifixion by M. Rush, stained glass windows by E. Vigeland, painted ceilings and luxurious wall decoration.
8. Aker Church
Aker’s Old Church is the only medieval church that has survived in Norway. This is the oldest building in the city and a cultural monument of Oslo. Presumably, the object of architectural heritage belongs to the 11-12th century. Initially, it was made of wood, but stone came instead of wood.
9. Kon-Tiki Museum
Museum of the famous Norwegian traveler T. Heyerdahl. In the expositions of the museum complex you will see his ship, as well as many interesting artifacts and personal belongings of T. Heyerdahl.
10. Viking Ship Museum
Another unique complex where you can look at things, textiles, tools, Viking weapons. Of particular interest are two wooden ships from the 9th century, which were also the property of this ancient Scandinavian people.
If you do not come to Oslo for long, and you want to see the city and all its sights without spending much time on group tours, our company can provide you with the service “Excursion taxi to Oslo”. You discuss with the operator the route of the trip in advance how much time you want to spend in a particular place, and on this basis the driver builds the most convenient route, and we will calculate the cost of your trip, the price of which will remain fixed for you. Book a tour in our taxi and you will see the city as you will not see in any standard tour. We provide Mercedes-Benz S-class cars, as well as Mercedes-Benz Sprinter V-class (for a large company). There are only new cars in our fleet (not older than 3 years). All our cars are equipped with high-speed Wi-Fi. By prior agreement, we will provide you with a child seat if you are travelling with a child! Our drivers follow dress-code and speak English!