36 hours in Oslo

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Recently we took a trip to Oslo, a city that I’ve wanted to visit for years. Unfortunately we didn’t have the longest of times there with only one full day, so it was a very fleeting visit.

That didn’t put us off though and we made sure that we did as many things as we could and didn’t waste a moment.

Although we didn’t have that long there, I don’t feel like we missed out on any of the city or that it was too short a trip. Sure there were things that we couldn’t fit in, but I loved it.

We ate at The Nighthawk Diner, drank coffee from Tim Wendelboe and explored all the awesome street art that the city has to offer and that’s just part of everything we managed to squeeze in.

I can definitely see myself returning to Norway at some point in the future to explore more of the country and see more of the countryside.

It is so beautiful, but my god it is cold, so wrap up warm and enjoy the pictures.

Things to do:

  • Eat at the Nighthawk Diner
  • Drink Coffee at Tim Wendelboe
  • Visit the Mathallen Oslo
  • Walk through Ingens Gate to see the art
  • See The Scream by Edvard Munch
  • Visit the Royal Palace and look over the city behind you
  • Dance around the Opera House
  • Stay in an Air BnB in Sentrum. Much cheaper and some amazing apartments.
  • Just wander the streets. You can see so much just by exploring. Drop all plans and just turn some corners. I’m sure you won’t regret it.

 

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  • Nikki-ann
    Reply

    I’ve never been, but Oslo looks like a wonderful and interesting place to visit (even if it is just for a short time). The food looks great, too 🙂

    • Josh B
      Reply

      Loving the photos and the blog!

  • Robbie Grant
    Reply

    Definetly a City and country I would love to visit! Great post mate and brilliant photography ??

  • Gabriel
    Reply

    Hello,
    I’m visiting Oslo in April. What is the budget i need for a day in Oslo?

    • mm
      Peter
      Reply

      Hey Gabriel,

      Unfortunately that’s a hard one to say. It really depends on what you’re planning to do.

      We budgeted around £100 per day to cover meals. I think for a breakfast it cost roughly around £40 so relatively expensive.

      I’d maybe just go with being over-cautious and taking more than you need.

      Cheers
      Peter

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