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This is an area of Oslo - Southern Norway that roughly 600,000 people reside in.
There are a small number of destinations in the world that are truly world-class, and Oslo is one of them because of sights like Royal Palace and Oslo Opera House. And of course, there is also the Munch Museum and the Viking Ship Museum.
Get active with the kids at Tusenfryd Amusement Park and the Norway Trade Fairs. HurlumHeiHuset and Hopp i Havet are also worth a visit if the little ones still have energy to burn.
Gaze in awe as aquatic animals float through the water at Drobak Aquarium.
If you enjoy animals and wildlife, put the Oslo Reptile Park on your must-visit list. Be sure to ask at the entrance about special events and where to find the zoo's favorite specimens.
Chances are you've already spent some time tasting the local beers, so why not go and check out where they make it? The Rignes Brewery and the Ringnes Olsenter both open their doors to the public, allowing you the chance to find out the methods and techniques they utilize to make such a fine drop.
Those with an interest in horticulture will appreciate a stroll around the Oslo Botanic Garden.
For fresh air and relaxation, grab some lunch and head out to one of the picturesque green spaces, such as Gustav Vigeland Sculpture Park or Frogner Park. You'll also find plenty of space to lounge about in the grass at the Palace Park and Langoyene.
Whether you're on the hunt for a map or just some general pointers, the staff at Oslo Tourist Information will be able to help you out.
To enjoy beautiful scenes of wild landscapes and tumbling water, head on over to Waterfall at Molla.
Skim some stones along the calm water, try to spot some birds and treat yourself to a picnic at Akerselva River.
If you feel like wandering along a shoreline, throwing a Frisbee or just kicking back by the water's edge, make your way to Whale Beach or Hvervenbukta Beach. Locals might also point you towards Paradisbukta Beach and Ingierstrand Beach.
Leave your phone in the car and have a break from the modern world at Hovedoya and Ekebergparken Sculpture Park. Nature-loving tourists will also have an excellent time at Kalvoya Island and Ostensjovannet Nature Reserve.
Don't forget to make time for some of the delightful exhibition spaces nearby. Enjoy the cool and quiet interior as you check out the displays at the National Gallery and the Kon Tiki Museum. The Nobel Peace Center and the Fram Museum are also well worth a visit.
Enjoy old ship models and salvaged marine artifacts as you voyage through the exhibits at the Norwegian Maritime Museum.
Consider spending a couple of hours at the Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology to learn all about scientific discoveries and natural history.
From the moment you arrive, it is obvious that the collections of the Natural History Museum and the Botanical Museum are the product of obsession. Staring back from behind protective glass, these impressive specimens are sure to spark your imagination. You might also like to explore the Norwegian Folk Museum and the University Museum of Cultural Heritage.
Oslo is a hive of artistic energy, with gallery spaces all over the place. Start off your tour of this creative destination with a stop at the Vigeland Museum and the Henie Onstad Art Centre. Afterwards, if you still have some energy left, wind up your afternoon at the Museum For Contemporary Art and the International Museum of Childrens Art.
The past comes to life at the Oslo City Museum and the Ullensaker Museum thanks to their fantastic range of informative exhibits. Like the sound of those? There's even more to be seen at the Lorenskog Bygdemuseum or the Museum of Cultural History.
The Aker Brygge and Oslo City Hall are certainly worth visiting, even if history isn't your forte. When it comes to days of old, there's always something else to know. Henrik Ibsen Museum and the Norwegian University of Life Sciences are two more insightful places to stop by.
Aamot Bridge will be of interest to travelers who appreciate civil engineering.
A day spent at Akershus Fortress and Oscarsborg Fortress Museum is a captivating way to find out more about this area's military history. Blaker Fortress and Akershus Festning are two more places that have played a vital role in defending Oslo from enemy attacks.
Oscarshall is a grand time capsule, boasting some of the best architecture and furnishings in the region.
The area's spiritual side is evidenced at Oslo Cathedral and Haslum Church. Old Aker Church and Sagene Church are also recommended sacred sites.
Oslo's most prominent tourist sights can overshadow its less renowned, yet equally rewarding attractions. Son Marina and Leonardo Bridge are some worthwhile options. Also, consider a trip to the Oslo Ladegard and the National Library if your schedule allows.
To make the most of your time in the capital, consider staying at any of the 112 Oslo lodgings on Expedia's extensive lodging page.
The Hotel Continental, situated at Stortingsgaten 24-26, and the Grand Hotel Oslo, at Karl Johansgate 31, are both good examples of high-end hotels in Oslo. Alternatively, if you're trying not to break the bank, you might want to consider staying at the Perminalen Hotel, at Ovre Slottsgate 2, or the Central City Apartments, at Kjolberggaten 29.
Another great option is to stay just a short stroll away from Munch Museum by booking accommodation at the Best Western Kampen Hotell, which is just 0.2 miles away. Another popular choice is the Central City Shared Apartments, which is 0.2 miles from Munch Museum.
Taking a break isn't just about crossing off destinations. It's about the people we come across and the experiences we have on the way!
For a complete guide to activities, head to our Oslo things to do page.