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Ultimate Oslo Tour
Oslo- Akershus- Norway
3 Hours
18 Persons
English/Estonian
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Brief

This customizable tour throughout Oslo, equally in demand by individuals, families, and groups of tourists, offers a fantastic opportunity to explore the most significant historical and modern sights of Oslo in just one day.

Tour Detail

Get to Know Oslo with the Customizable Ultimate Oslo Tour

Things to Know

The main feature of this tour is that it is almost completely customizable up to your preferences. In one this tour, you can combine places that are included to a number of other tours, such as the Essential Oslo Walking Tour and Explore the Historic Side of Oslo. In just one day, you can visit such places as the renowned Akershus Fortress, the Oslo City Hall, museums at Bygdøy peninsula, and the Old Royal Palace. Be ready to walk on a significant distance on this day, however, since each of the given objects is large-sized.

A guide, provided by the company (primarily English-speaking guide, yet any other European language can be prearranged), will come along with you and disclose all the facts about Oslo’s architectural objects. The tour will be conducted within the stated time (3 hours) and made up upon your request. You will be transported from one object to another by car or bus (if the group is large).

Redemption Instructions

 

Inclusions and Exclusions

For the price of ### NOK, you get the tour with following inclusions:

-          Making up the tour on your own with our help;

-          Transportation to the sights by car or bus;

-          Visits to those institutions and buildings;

-          An English-speaking guide (another language can be prearranged) during the entire excursion.

Highlights

The main advantage of this tour is that you decide what you are going to visit. Your tour may include such places as the Oslo City Hall, Kvadraturen, Akershus Fortress, Aker Brygge, the Old Royal Palace, the building of the Storting (parliament), the modern Opera building, and a number of others!

Description

Oslo is the capital of Norway in every dimension: historical, economical, and cultural. Therefore, it does not come as a surprise that this city is rich with historical sights and buildings, ultramodern edifices, and outstanding museums. Indeed, you are not able to visit the majority of the notable places in Oslo even with the help of this 3-hour-long customizable tour. Yet, you can make up your mind what you want to visit in the first place, and here is the list of the most significant buildings and places.

You can start your voyage by visiting the Akershus Fortress, which was built back in the 12th century and is still well-preserved. Throughout its history, this castle served not only for military purposes, but also as a prison; a large number of criminals and notable rebels were detained in the fortress in the 18th century. Recently the building was renovated, yet it is still considered to be a military area. Together with the visit to Akershus, you can pay a visit to the Norway’s Resistance Museum and the Norwegian Armed Forces Museum, located on the territory of the fortress.

Talking about museums, another feasible destination is Bygdøy, a peninsula within the city of Oslo. A visit to this place ensures that you will be nothing else, but fed up with visiting museums: there are 5 museums in the territory of this peninsula! The Kon-Tiki Museum houses artifacts and tells the information about the expedition of Thor Heyerdahl, a famous Norwegian adventurer. The Norwegian Museum of Cultural History is another distinctive open-air museum, which houses more than 150 buildings from every epoch and every part of the country. Other three museums are directly connected with maritime adventures: the Viking Ship Museum discovers the life of the Vikings and their maritime conquests, while the Fram Museum tells the story about polar exploration by the Norwegians. In the Fram Museum, you get to see the Fram vessel, which was used in those polar expeditions. After all, the Norwegian Maritime Museum houses the artifacts connected with the sea and narrates the story about the coastal culture.

In Kvadraturen, the central part of Oslo, you can also find museums, such as Norwegian Film Museum or National Museum of Architecture. However, it is far better to visit such prominent edifices as the building of the Norwegian Parliament, the renowned Oslo City Hall, and the Royal Palace of Oslo, which was built for Charles III, the king who ruled Norway and Sweden. Nowadays, the Royal Palace is the residence of the Norwegian king.

Apart from those classic buildings, you can also visit modern ones, as the city is considered to be one of the architectural centers of Europe. One of such prominent buildings is, indeed, the Opera House of Oslo, also known as Operahuset. This futuristic building, made of white granite and Italian marble, is built with inclined exterior surfaces, and visitors are able to get to the building’s roof just by going up, along this surface. Indeed, the city of Oslo is rich with remarkable historic places and eminent buildings and it is barely possible to see all of them within just one tour. Yet, this customize tour allows you to see right now exactly those places you wish to visit first!

 

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Cancellation Policy

You will get

100% refund if cancel 7 days before tour starts.

80% refund if cancel within 6 days before tour starts.

50% refund if cancel within 5 days before tour starts.

NO refund if cancel within 3 days before tour starts.

You will be refunded for all costs EXCEPT Processing Fees.

Guests can get full refunds at any time of cancellation prior to the actual date of the tour if that cancellation is due to a Force Major reason. Force Major reasons include but are not limited to war, civil insurrection, strikes, volcanoes, extreme weather, earthquake, and natural disasters.

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Ultimate Oslo Tour
Oslo, Akershus, Norway
3 Hours
18 Persons
English/Estonian
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Brief

This customizable tour throughout Oslo, equally in demand by individuals, families, and groups of tourists, offers a fantastic opportunity to explore the most significant historical and modern sights of Oslo in just one day.

Tour Detail

Get to Know Oslo with the Customizable Ultimate Oslo Tour

Things to Know

The main feature of this tour is that it is almost completely customizable up to your preferences. In one this tour, you can combine places that are included to a number of other tours, such as the Essential Oslo Walking Tour and Explore the Historic Side of Oslo. In just one day, you can visit such places as the renowned Akershus Fortress, the Oslo City Hall, museums at Bygdøy peninsula, and the Old Royal Palace. Be ready to walk on a significant distance on this day, however, since each of the given objects is large-sized.

A guide, provided by the company (primarily English-speaking guide, yet any other European language can be prearranged), will come along with you and disclose all the facts about Oslo’s architectural objects. The tour will be conducted within the stated time (3 hours) and made up upon your request. You will be transported from one object to another by car or bus (if the group is large).

Redemption Instructions

 

Inclusions and Exclusions

For the price of ### NOK, you get the tour with following inclusions:

-          Making up the tour on your own with our help;

-          Transportation to the sights by car or bus;

-          Visits to those institutions and buildings;

-          An English-speaking guide (another language can be prearranged) during the entire excursion.

Highlights

The main advantage of this tour is that you decide what you are going to visit. Your tour may include such places as the Oslo City Hall, Kvadraturen, Akershus Fortress, Aker Brygge, the Old Royal Palace, the building of the Storting (parliament), the modern Opera building, and a number of others!

Description

Oslo is the capital of Norway in every dimension: historical, economical, and cultural. Therefore, it does not come as a surprise that this city is rich with historical sights and buildings, ultramodern edifices, and outstanding museums. Indeed, you are not able to visit the majority of the notable places in Oslo even with the help of this 3-hour-long customizable tour. Yet, you can make up your mind what you want to visit in the first place, and here is the list of the most significant buildings and places.

You can start your voyage by visiting the Akershus Fortress, which was built back in the 12th century and is still well-preserved. Throughout its history, this castle served not only for military purposes, but also as a prison; a large number of criminals and notable rebels were detained in the fortress in the 18th century. Recently the building was renovated, yet it is still considered to be a military area. Together with the visit to Akershus, you can pay a visit to the Norway’s Resistance Museum and the Norwegian Armed Forces Museum, located on the territory of the fortress.

Talking about museums, another feasible destination is Bygdøy, a peninsula within the city of Oslo. A visit to this place ensures that you will be nothing else, but fed up with visiting museums: there are 5 museums in the territory of this peninsula! The Kon-Tiki Museum houses artifacts and tells the information about the expedition of Thor Heyerdahl, a famous Norwegian adventurer. The Norwegian Museum of Cultural History is another distinctive open-air museum, which houses more than 150 buildings from every epoch and every part of the country. Other three museums are directly connected with maritime adventures: the Viking Ship Museum discovers the life of the Vikings and their maritime conquests, while the Fram Museum tells the story about polar exploration by the Norwegians. In the Fram Museum, you get to see the Fram vessel, which was used in those polar expeditions. After all, the Norwegian Maritime Museum houses the artifacts connected with the sea and narrates the story about the coastal culture.

In Kvadraturen, the central part of Oslo, you can also find museums, such as Norwegian Film Museum or National Museum of Architecture. However, it is far better to visit such prominent edifices as the building of the Norwegian Parliament, the renowned Oslo City Hall, and the Royal Palace of Oslo, which was built for Charles III, the king who ruled Norway and Sweden. Nowadays, the Royal Palace is the residence of the Norwegian king.

Apart from those classic buildings, you can also visit modern ones, as the city is considered to be one of the architectural centers of Europe. One of such prominent buildings is, indeed, the Opera House of Oslo, also known as Operahuset. This futuristic building, made of white granite and Italian marble, is built with inclined exterior surfaces, and visitors are able to get to the building’s roof just by going up, along this surface. Indeed, the city of Oslo is rich with remarkable historic places and eminent buildings and it is barely possible to see all of them within just one tour. Yet, this customize tour allows you to see right now exactly those places you wish to visit first!

 

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Cancellation Policy

100% refund if cancel 7 days before tour starts.

80% refund if cancel within 6 days before tour starts.

50% refund if cancel within 5 days before tour starts.

NO refund if cancel within 3 days before tour starts.

You will be refunded for all costs EXCEPT Processing Fees.

Guests can get full refunds at any time of cancellation prior to the actual date of the tour if that cancellation is due to a Force Major reason. Force Major reasons include but are not limited to war, civil insurrection, strikes, volcanoes, extreme weather, earthquake, and natural disasters.

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