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Oslo Fjord, Oslo

Categories: Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
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Replete with numerous small islands and winding waterways, Oslo Fjord and its surrounding environs play home to a large portion of Norway's population. Though more a bay than a stereotypical fjord, the site's geographical impact on the surrounding area throughout history has been significant. Tour the sounds and harbors of the fjord to discover the different cultures and traditions that have developed on different islands, many unique to that particular zone. Use a tour boat, kayak, or canoe to explore the coastal landscape and its accompanying historical sights, including ruined monasteries, old waterfront homes, and vintage lighthouses. After touring, kick back with a drink or a bite to eat at one of the many cafes and restaurants along the sea nearby. To visit Oslo Fjord on your trip to Oslo, use our Oslo vacation trip planner.
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  • Three days in Oslo was just about enough to see most things such as the Fram museum, National Gallery, Viking museum, Nobel peace museum and of course the Edvard Munch museum. A very clean capital cit...  read more »
  • If you are very fond of hiking in Beautiful nature surroundings then you should really visit Norwegian Fjords. It is just breathtaking views!!! If you have your own tent it would be very affordable th...  read more »
  • The first and best views of Oslo Fjord are from the ferry Copenhagen-Oslo. The approach is magnificent and you see the whole area, tiny islands to Opera House and all the construction cranes in town. ...  read more »
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