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We proudly welcome you to a city on the rise, where people exchange ideas against the backdrop of cutting-edge architecture. We proudly welcome you to a metropolis so compact that world-class eateries and great attractions are always just right around the corner. And we proudly welcome you to a capital world-famous for peace and where your money goes much farther than you’d think.
Easy to reach, easy to navigate
With over 200 international flights a day, Oslo is easy to reach from most places in Europe – and beyond. When you arrive here, convenient public transportation and a walk-friendly city centre make it easy and pleasant to get around.
OSL Aiport at night
Photo: Nordic Office of Architecture
Still an unknown gem
Oslo has emerged as a dynamic capital over the last decade, with talented innovators reshaping everything from local cuisine to cityscapes. Still, it remains a gem unknown to many. Beat the hordes and treat your delegates to what’s still a cutting-edge destination off the beaten track.
Photo: VisitOSLO/Thomas Johannesen
A city for all seasons, where nature’s always close
Nature is always close in Oslo, with forest-covered hills looking over the city and venues and attractions lined up along the Oslo fjord. Each season comes with a selection of unique experiences, like those bright summer nights, or the elusive northern lights on clear winter skies.
Photo: OBR/Monocle/Thomas Ekstrøm
Not as expensive as you’d think
Prices in Oslo may seem on the high side, but you do get great value for your money. The quality of services is high, and hotel prices include amenities such as buffet-style breakfast and free Wi-Fi. The recent weakening of the Norwegian crown has made Oslo even more affordable.