What to see?
It is worth to visit Bygdoy peninsula, famous for its interesting museums. The Viking Ship Museum, Kon-Tiki Museum, Fram Museum illustrates the great Norwegian cultural history. Favourite tourist destination - Akershus Castle. This fortress in the city center of Oslo history keeps reminding exposure. A variety of performances and events.
Those who want to get acquainted with skiing - one of the most important attributes of Norwegian culture are welcome to inspect the Holmenkollen jump. It is a Ski Museum.
National Gallery hosts an extensive collection of art treasures. Exhibited are not only the most famous Norwegian works, but other artists like Pablo Picasso. Vigeland Sculpture Park is dominated by grandiose statues of granite and bronze.
How to get there?
Most commonly flights are landing at three major airport- Moss Airport Rygge (RYG), Gardermoen (OSL) or Sandefjord Torp (TRF) airport. Norway's capital city center can be easily reached by train or bus, which runs every hour. The most common bus departure times are adapted to the flight time.
If you are looking for comfort and you want to reach your destination faster - consider renting a car. Traveling with the family, this vehicle will cost less than public transport.
How much does it cost?
Lunch at McDonald fast food restaurant will cost about 10 euros, fuel cost 1.5 euros per litre. Exercising is really inexpensive - the majority of fitness clubs are cheaper than in Vilnius.