Had fun , price was worth it.
Everything went smoothly????
Frequent service around city with many stops
In the capital city of Norway, Oslo’s residents are among the healthiest in the country. Initially founded as a Viking city around 1040, Oslo started as a trading place. In 1925, the city was named Oslo and in 1948 it merged with a municipality named Aker. Oslo drives most of its economy with Norwegian trade, the shipping industry, and banking. It was also ranked “Beta World City” in 2008.
The city has a vast expanse of forest which is home to varied species of plants and animals like lynx, moose, roe deer, and wolf. Oslo is also known for playing host to the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize ceremony that takes place every autumn.
If you want to explore Oslo on your own terms, then a hop-on hop-off bus tour is the best bet. Explore key attractions like the Norwegian Parliament, National Museum, National Theatre, The Royal Palace, Karl Johans Gate, Frogner Park & Vigeland Installation, Viking Ship Museum, Norwegian Museum of Cultural History, Aker Brygge, Astrup Fearnley Museum, Akershus Castle, Oslo Opera House, Oslo Cathedral, and more with an extra dose of information. Choose from 24hr or 48hr ticket options to make the most of your Oslo itinerary.
May to August is the best time to plan a visit to Oslo. It is comfortably warm during the daytime even though it gets a bit chilly in the evening. Winters have their own unique charm. If you are on a budget, you can also plan a trip during winter to get good deals on accommodation as well as airfare.
Oslo bus tour offers you the convenience and flexibility to get off at the nearest designated stop. No tour guide, you set your own itinerary. You’ll find all the stops are located strategically at all the major attractions, making your touring as hassle-free as possible. And then, when you’re ready to continue, return to a designated bus stop, show your pass, and hop back on the bus and onwards towards your next attraction. So, go ahead and make a whole loop of the route once you have your tour ticket, get familiar with the city and pick out your favorite places to visit and then return to them during your stay.
Two to three days are perfect to explore Oslo and uncover the city’s top attractions.
There are several ticket options available to you, depending on your length of stay. Each bus tour will have validity from 24, 36, 48 to 72 hours. And the great thing is you can plan ahead as the vouchers are valid anywhere between 6 months to 1 year and can be used at any point during that period. Check the product page or bus tour operator for complete details.
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