Discover the tranquil yet trendy Norwegian capital, for the great outdoors and inspiring design!
Nestled in its hundred kilometre fjord, Oslo offers all the advantages of a large city together with the charm of the countryside. Take advantage of a Nice-Oslo flight to discover the city's museums and galleries, its opera hall and its concert halls, but also its river, forest and fjord, for unforgettable memories of your stay in Oslo!
Flights from Nice to Oslo to discover a rich and varied cultural life
By choosing a low-cost flight from Nice to Oslo, you will discover a city with a rich and thriving cultural life, and you’ll be amazed by the variety of museums you can visit. Between the Skiing Museum, the Viking Ship Museum, the Munch Museum, and the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, you won’t know which way to turn!
The Oslo Jazz Festival and the Chamber Music Festival attract huge numbers of visitors each year, as does the Opera House with its spectacular architecture. During your holiday in Oslo, don’t forget to take a walk in the Vigeland Park, with its 212 sculptures by Gustav Vigeland, or in the old city where you can admire the vestiges of medieval Oslo.
Fly low-cost from Nice to Oslo, to appreciate the joys of nature
But Oslo is more than just city life. It also offers many open-air activities. Enjoy a cycle ride along the river, take a boat trip on Oslo's fjord and seize the opportunity for some swimming, sailing or fishing. Discover Oslo's forest on foot, by bicycle or on skis.
By booking a low-cost flight from Nice to Oslo, you can also play golf and make the most of the capital's magnificent landscapes.
You will be awestruck by nature, the captivating landscapes of lush hills, the impressive panoramas of the neighbouring islands, and the 343 surrounding lakes. Let yourself slip into the Scandinavian lifestyle, where nature still plays a key part!
Scandinavian architecture and design
If you love architecture and design, visit the Industrial Art Museum, which is part of the National Art, Architecture and Design Museum. You will discover craft, fashion and design from Norway and abroad, from the 7th century to the present day. You should also visit the National Architecture Museum, the Mortensrud church (famous for its original slate, glass and steel architecture which blends perfectly into the surrounding landscape) or the Oslo Opera House, with its white façade and slanted roof seeming to emerge from the water.
Discover contemporary art in Tjuvholmen, Oslo's newest neighbourhood, created by around twenty architects, and which has become a showcase for European contemporary architecture. And if you love a spot of shopping, you will be spoilt for choice at Norway Designs or Pur Norsk, boutiques selling gifts, designer items and Norwegian interiors items, and offering the best Norwegian products.
The Vigeland Park: 80 hectares containing 212 sculptures by Gustav Vigeland.
The Opera House: a magnificent marble and glass building in the Bjørvika neighbourhood.
The Holmenkollen ski jumping hill: a masterpiece which is home to the skiing museum.
The Akershus Fortress: an old mediaeval fort with very beautiful architecture.
The Viking Ship Museum: two 9th-century boats are on show here.
The National Gallery: Norway's largest collection of paintings and sculptures.
The Natural History Museum: containing the Zoology Museum and the Geology Museum, surrounded by the botanical garden.
TusenFryd amusement park: 30 attractions, roller coasters, rides and a water park provide fun for kids and adults alike.
The Fram Museum: the world's most famous polar expedition ship.
The Norway Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions: one of the oldest and largest open-air museums in the world
Events and activities in Norway
January to February: the "Femundlopet" dogsled race in Roros, a magnificent sporting event!
On 1 May, the big spring festival is not to be missed.
In May: the Ice Music Festival in Geilo, where musicians play instruments carved from ice, making it a festival like no other!
Late May to early June: Bergen International Festival or "Festspillene", two weeks where the arts take pride of place: music, opera, theatre, dance, literature… over 120 cultural events await!
First weekend in June: the "Musikkfest" music festival, with concerts on almost 30 open-air stages.
June: the Viking Festival, where historical shows, concerts, folk music and a traditional market guarantee a change of scene!
Oslo tourist information office: http://www.visitoslo.com/en/tourist-information-centre/
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