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  1. Passeios e atrações em Fiorde de Oslo na Noruega

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  2. The 18 Best Things to See and Do in Oslo

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  4. 12 actividades que hacer en Oslo gratis

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  5. Oslo Tipps: Die besten Sehenswürdigkeiten inkl. Insidertipps

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  1. Top 10 free things to do in Oslo

    6. Free museums. If you want to go to a museum in Oslo, you usually have to buy a ticket. But most art galleries show their works for free, and some museums have free admission for their permanent collections or on selected days. The 22nd of July Centre is always free to visit, whilst Munch is free on Wednesday evenings, and the Museum of Oslo ...

  2. Oslo Pass

    Oslo Pass is the official city card that gives you free entry to more than 30 museums and attractions, free public transport, discounts on sightseeing, restaurants, and shopping. Explore Oslo's rich history, culture, and architecture with Oslo Pass.

  3. Topp 10 gratis opplevelser i Oslo

    6. Gratis museer. Mange av Oslos kunstgallerier er gratis å besøke, og noen museer har gratis inngang på visse dager. 7. Nyt marka. En kort t-banetur fra Oslo sentrum venter mer enn 2 000 kvadratkilometer med skog. Velg mellom en mengde merkede turstier om sommeren og langrennsløyper om vinteren. 8.

  4. 22 Absolutely Free Things to do in Oslo, Norway You Should Do

    22 Best Free Things to do in Oslo. 1. Admire the pretty Norwegian Houses on Damstredet and Telthusbakken. Damstredet and Telthusbakken are two charming small roads lined with wonderfully colourful and well-preserved wooden houses which have been inhabited since the late 18th and early 19th century.

  5. 15 FREE Attractions in Oslo [A Local's Guide]

    Therefore, what to pack for Oslo depends on the time of year you visit. Generally, keep layers in mind, and even on a warm summer day I recommend a light jacked in the evening (Norwegians love thin puffer jackets such as these). Airport transfers: Oslo Gardermoen Airport (OSL) is about a 50 minute drive from the city center. The most efficient ...

  6. 50 free things to do in Oslo

    Entrance to the gardens and greenhouses is free. 5) Visit Oslo's Theatre Museum. Explore Oslo's theatrical history, with displays of costumes and original props from productions from the 18th century onwards. Admission is free on Saturdays, and 100 NOK the rest of the week. 6) Go back in time at the Labour Museum.

  7. Free attractions in Oslo

    See Oslo for free! List of free museums in Oslo, and other free attractions like outdoor sculptures, street art, new architecture and natural attractions.

  8. 7 Free Things To Do In Oslo, Norway

    Free days at museums. Entrance to most Oslo museums runs around $15 but savings can be made if you visit on specific days. At the time of writing, both the Natural History Museum and National ...

  9. Oslo Pass

    Oslo Pass. Oslo Pass gives you free admission to museums and sights, free travel on public transport and discounts on sightseeing, restaurants and more. This is your ticket to the city! The pass is valid for 24, 48 or 72 hours, and you can get it either as a paper ticket or in the Oslo Pass App for Android or iOS.

  10. THE 10 BEST Free Things to Do in Oslo

    THE 10 BEST Free Things to Do in Oslo. 1. Vigeland Park. The park situated very close to the city center has everything what you need for a nice walk. 2. The Norwegian National Opera & Ballet. ... compete with Europe's great opera houses (Vienna, Milan, etc.) on a musical level, it is definitely worth a visit. 3.

  11. Free Things to Do in Oslo, Norway -- National Geographic

    While many of Oslo's museums are free for children under the age of six, the Norwegian Maritime Museum is free for all kids under 16. An excellent waterside location, a panorama film, and a ...

  12. Events with free entrance in Oslo

    Every week you can find events in Oslo with free entrance, such as markets, guided tours, club nights and concerts. Have a look at our exhibitions calendar as well - most art galleries have free entrance! In the summer season, Oslo hosts many free outdoor events, such as: Musikkfest Oslo (june) VG-lista Topp 20 (june) Melafestivalen (august)

  13. Plan your trip to Oslo

    Get to know the city on a sightseeing tour or with a guide. You can hop on a sightseeing bus or boat or take part in museum tours. With the Oslo Pass, you get a discount on sightseeing as well as free admission to more than 30 museums and attractions. Get more inspiration on Oslo's official website. visitoslo.com.

  14. The 10 Best Free Museums in Oslo

    So, a visit to Oslo guarantees hours of fun, entertainment, and learning. Top 10 Free Museums in Oslo you Should Visit In addition to their works of art, many free museums in Oslo are also housed in impressive buildings. Oslo is one of the most beautiful cities in Scandinavia and is a perfect place to spend a holiday. The city has cultural ...

  15. How to visit Oslo's museums for free this weekend

    A full overview of the museum's participating is available in English on the website of Visit Oslo. Passes are valid from 9am on Sunday and expire just before midnight Monday. Residents of Oslo can enjoy free entry to many of the city's most popular museums on Sunday, November 12th, as part of the "tourist in your own city" pass.

  16. Things to do in Oslo for free

    Visit the Free Museums. Some of Oslo's best and most well-known attractions charge for entry, but there are plenty that are free to visit. It's worth noting that some of Oslo's other attractions allow visitors free entry on Thursdays. These include the National Gallery, the National Museum of Architecture and the Museum of Contemporary ...

  17. How to Visit Oslo, According to Someone Who Spent 6 Years in ...

    Located in Sofiemyr, about 20 minutes from Oslo's city center via its own shuttle, the impressively vast property makes for a divine solo sojourn or a social spa trip. Clarion Hotel The Hub

  18. Getting around with the Oslo Pass

    With the Oslo Pass, you get unlimited travel on Ruter's public transport system in zones 1 and 2. To plan your journey, download Ruter's app RuterReise, use the journey planner on Ruter's website or visit Ruter's customer service centre at Jernbanetorget. This is how far the Oslo Pass takes you: Map showing the zones (Oslo Pass: zones 1 and 2) Route maps for public transportation in Oslo

  19. 17 Top-Rated Attractions & Places to Visit in Oslo

    17. Oslo Opera House and Annual Music Festivals. Oslo Opera House. Home to the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet, as well as the National Opera Theatre, the 1,364-seat Oslo Opera House (Operahuset) seems to almost want to slip into the city's harbor, an effect exaggerated by its angled exterior surfaces.

  20. Free Tour Oslo

    Join our free Oslo tour with our local guides. Book ticket online now! Home; Free Tour Oslo English 10.00; Free Tour Oslo English 11.00; Free Tour Oslo English 13.00; ... Visit Copenhagen The main focus on this article is to get an idea of how you can go on a free tour Copenhagen tour and spend some wonderful time there. If you are looking for ...

  21. Opplev Oslo

    Opplev Oslo er Visit Oslofjorden sin offisielle guide og turistinformasjon for Oslo med oppdatert info om byliv, uteliv, kulturliv, restauranter, attraksjoner ...

  22. Free app: Oslo

    Download the new free Oslo app - available for Iphone, Ipad and Android. Comprehensive info on events, attractions, restaurants, activities etc.

  23. Free walking tour Oslo: Free Booking Without Credit Card

    Oslo is one of the most beautiful cities in northern Europe, besides being the economic, political and social focus of the country, being the capital of Norway.Although there may appear to be more visual cities throughout the northern part of the continent, the Norwegian city hides a lot of charm in its streets and monuments, being the places that most surprise tourists and travelers who visit ...