The capital of Norway

Travel To Oslo

Oslo is Norway ‘s capital and occupies a southern headland in the Oslofjord where picturesque waterfronts meet skiing hills. Go further north, and you will find one of the oldest ski museums in the country. … It is situated under a ski jump with panoramic views of the city and the fjord.

Oslo known for

Oslo is a safe area, but you are likely to be picked-pocketed; be wary of petty thieves hiding in tourist hotspots. There are false incidences of people being mugged, but Oslo is normally free of violence.In Norway, English is commonly spoken, and practically every Norwegian can speak English fluently (or at least understand it, usually elderly people). Generally, tourist information is written in many languages. … Icelandic, German, Dutch and English are all related to Norwegian.

Famous Food

From sweet treats such as wild berries, waffles and brown cheese to savoury dishes of reindeer, moose and lamb, prepared by some of the best chefs in the world. And not to forget: the fresh crab of the King, the salmon and the popular cod of the Atlantic ‘skrei.’ Enjoy both Norway ‘s fresh and traditional flavours.Norway’s tap water is of exceptional quality. As long as nothing else is mentioned, you can drink tap water from anywhere. In supermarkets, kiosks, gas stations and delis, bottled water can be purchased.