If you’re in Oslo for a short visit and want to get under the city’s skin, why not take a guided tour? You can explore the Oslofjord on a wooden sailing ship while tucking into a tasty shrimp buffet, or see the sights of the city on a guided bike tour. And if you want something a little different, sign up for a walking tour of Grünerløkka, Oslo’s trendiest district. Whatever you’re into, Oslo has the right guided tour for you!
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Visit the sculpture park of Gustav Vigeland and drive to the the famous skiing arena of Holmenkollen, and appreciate the views of the city from above.
From free thinkers and artists to street art and parklands, you’ll discover a different side of Oslo on this 2.5-hour walking tour.
See the sights of Oslo on a 3 to 3.5-hour walking tour and sample some classic local foods and craft brews along the way.
Meet the local guide at your accommodation in Oslo and learn the ins and outs of getting around, where to shop and eat and more on a customized tour.
Take a panoramic sightseeing tour of Oslo and visit Holmenkollen Ski Jump, Vigeland Sculpture Park, the Fram Museum and the Viking Ship Museum.
Explore 3 of Oslo’s best-preserved islands on a 4-hour island hop. Discover ruins of a 1,000-year-old abbey, small summer seaside villages, and more.
Climb aboard a wooden sailing ship for a 3-hour cruise of the Oslo fjords. Pass a maze of green islands and savor fresh fjord shrimps for dinner.
Oslo is perfect to explore on a bike! Cover a great distance and enjoy all there is to see in a 3-hour guided tour so you can say, “I’ve seen it all”.
This relaxed, two-and-a-half hour walking tour will let you explore one of Oslo’s coolest districts – Grünerløkka – with a knowledgeable local guide.
This two-hour walking tour through central Oslo takes you to all of the best bits – it’s perfect for families with kids!
Save on admission to some of Oslo’s top attractions and enjoy free tours with this handy discount card!
Jump aboard for this private guided tour of Oslo’s best bits. Hear stories of Viking warriors, take a ride up the Oslofjord, and see the world’s biggest sculpture park!