Oslo is one of the world’s greenest cities, and this is not only because of its countless parks and verdant forests but also because it is home to the world’s most environmentally friendly city. The city is car-free and its world-class gourmet meals are made of organic produce. Oslo takes its commitment to environmental sustainability very seriously, which makes it one of the most expensive, and also beautiful cities in the world. Exploring the city may be quite stressful and expensive for visitors, but with hop-on-hop-off tours in Oslo, visitors will enjoy convenient touring experiences around the city's most beautiful landscapes. With Oslo hop-on-hop-off bus tours, visitors will enjoy easy navigation in the city, which provides them with all the convenience they need.
There are several locations to visit in the city, and visitors can gain invaluable insight into Viking life at the Viking Ship Museum, where they will find the world’s best-preserved longships and artefacts from Viking tombs. They can also admire the stunning sculptures at the Vigeland Sculpture Park, which boasts over 200 pieces by world-renowned Norwegian artist Gustav Vigeland. At the Munch Museum, visitors will be awed by the life and works of the famous Norwegian Expressionist painter Edvard Munch The museum houses the iconic masterpiece, The Scream, and several other spectacular pieces. Some other locations to explore in the city include; the Nobel Peace Center, the Holocaust Center, and several others.
You can enjoy scenic highlights onboard the Oslo sightseeing bus tours, with a detour that provides you with explorations around the Ski Museum in Holmenkollen, which is the oldest of its kind with more than 400 centuries of skiing history. Above the museum is the popular ski jump, famous for its competitions, and visitors can go to the observation deck atop the jump tower for a breath-taking view of Oslo and the fjord.
With the hop-on-hop-off maps, you can hop off at your favourite sight and continue exploring at your own pace, without the fear of getting lost. Bus tour maps are designed to provide users with guides throughout their touring escapades. With walking tour maps, visitors can get familiar with their touring scape, easily and the printable Oslo open bus tour maps will keep visRead More See Less
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1,5 hour City Cruise | 5 stops
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