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Experience Scandinavian cool first-hand with flights to Oslo, where trendy neighbourhoods, fine dining and awe-inspiring architecture will wow.

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  • Each adult & OFW passenger can bring one infant.
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  • Children travelling alone, or in a different cabin class to their parents, are considered Unaccompanied Minors and pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.
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Oslo was once considered a bit staid, but it’s now throwing off that reputation and putting some serious energy – and money – into incredible design, architecture, boutiques and cuisine.

Trendy neighbourhoods have emerged that are well worth visiting, and in-the-know travellers board flights to Oslo with this at the forefront of their plans. Check out Tjuvholmen, where the Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art (a destination in and of itself) has opened. The same area is also bursting with art galleries, restaurants like Fru K, and a stunning hotel; The Thief. Vulkan, on the Akerselva River, is another hot place to check out, with plenty of nightlife venues and a food hall, Mathallen Oslo.

Design is an important part of life in Oslo, and poking around shops for local goods is a fantastic way to spend an afternoon. Even venerable department stores like GlasMagasinet sell a plethora of Scandinavian-made clothes, accessories and crafts. Wandering Kvadraturen, the old town, is a good way to get a peek into some lovely old buildings, complete with cosy lounges and fun design shops. Oslo has an impressive art scene too, and the Munch Museum (home of Edvard Munch’s iconic painting The Scream) is a must-visit.

Oslo can be an expensive city, but it offers good value – restaurants and cafes may charge a lot, but the standards are high and the emphasis on beautiful design makes every meal, or even just a quick coffee, feel like an experience. It’s a city that exemplifies Scandinavian cool.

What to do in Oslo

Relax in Frogner Park

The trees, lawns, streams and ponds at Frogner Park (Frognerparken) are all well and good, but it’s the open-air sculpture park that is the biggest draw for visitors. An afternoon spent strolling around the 212 works by Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland, who created figures in granite and bronze, is rewarding.

Kirkeveien
0268

Watch a show at the Oslo Opera House

The Oslo Opera House is a magnificent building designed to resemble one of Norway’s glaciers, and is part of a massive waterfront development project scheduled to be completed around 2020. Take a guided tour to really understand the design concept behind it.

1 Kirsten Flagstads Plass
0150
+47 21 422 121

Visit the Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art

This incredible building on the water was designed by Italian Renzo Piano and is a gorgeous setting for works by Jeff Koons, Elmgreen & Dragset and Cindy Sherman. The museum moved to the new building in 2012, and it’s a pleasure to visit for the atmosphere as much as for the art.

2 Strandpromenaden
0252
+47 22 936 060

Where to eat in Oslo

Fru K (Modern Scandinavian)

Housed in The Thief hotel, Fru K is all you’d expect: it offers incredible menus, combining Norwegian tradition and local ingredients with a cosmopolitan mind-set. Sit in an armchair, order from the carefully curated menu, and tuck in.

Fru Kroghs Brygge 1 
0252
+47 24 004 040

Mathallen Oslo (Norwegian)

This food hall is a fantastic place to wander round. Aside from stalls selling fish, vegetables and baked goods, it’s also got a great selection of cafes and restaurants, so you can eat here or stock up on goodies to take away.

Vulkan 5 
0178
+47 40 001 209

BAR Vulkan (International)

Vulkan is a trendy area with plenty of cafes and clothing boutiques, but it’s to BAR Vulkan that the hippest visitors and locals go. There is more than enough indoor and outdoor seating (some on the roof) and a good selection of food.

17 Maridalsveien
0175
+47 94 008 182

Places to stay in Oslo

The Thief

A new addition to the Oslo waterfront, every detail in The Thief, from the staff uniforms to the video art in the elevators, has been carefully considered. Even the city maps provided by the staff have design and architecture landmarks noted. In the gorgeous spa, you can swim by candlelight and get slathered in volcanic mud.

Landgangen 1
0252
+47 24 004 000

PS: hotell

An unusual take on a traditional hostel, PS: hotell is a 31-room place in Vulkan, which was established to help the unemployed find work. It has a great location and a cool design. The restaurant also serves as a training school for budding chefs.

13C Vulkan
0175
+47 23 156 500

Grand Hotel

Everyone from Norwegian royalty to Henrik Ibsen and Oprah Winfrey has stayed at this hotel, which is luxurious and decadent, particularly if you’re booking a suite. It opened its doors in 1874 and has been serving up an old-fashioned brand of comfort ever since.

31 Karl Johans Gate
0159
+47 23 212 000

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