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Experience Scandinavian cool first-hand with a flight to Oslo, where trendy neighborhoods, fine dining, and awe-inspiring architecture will wow anyone.

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Children traveling alone or in a different cabin class from their parents are considered Unaccompanied Minors and must pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.

  • You can book up to nine passengers per booking, including adults, Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW), children, and infants.
  • Each adult or OFW passenger can bring one infant.
  • All OFWs must submit the required documents to receive the tax exemption.
  • Children traveling alone, or in a different cabin class from their parents, are considered Unaccompanied Minors and must pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.
  • You can book up to nine passengers per booking, including adults, Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs), teenagers, children, and infants.
  • Each adult or OFW passenger can bring one infant.
  • All OFWs must submit the required documents to receive the tax exemption.
  • Children traveling alone, or in a different cabin class from their parents, are considered Unaccompanied Minors and must pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.
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Flights to Oslo

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 neighborhoods have emerged that are well worth visiting, and in-the-know travelers 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; 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 cozy lounges and fun design shops. Oslo has an impressive art scene, too; 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 a quick coffee, feel like an experience. It’s a city that exemplifies Scandinavian cool.

What to do in Oslo

Visit Fram Museum

If you’re visiting Oslo in the winter, you’ll have some sense of what the polar explorers went through, but visit this wonderful museum anyway. Home to the Polar Ship Fram, the first ship to reach the South Pole, the museum delves into the history of polar exploration.

36 Bygdøynesveien
0286
+47 23 282 950

Watch a show at the Oslo Opera House

The Oslo Opera House is a magnificent building designed to resemble one of Norway’s glaciers; it's 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

See live music at Blå

This jazz venue has been called one of the best in the world, but it also offers a wide range of live music from salsa to rap. It’s got a great location in the warehouse district on the Akerselva River, where there’s a lot to see and do.

9C Brenneriveien
0182
+47 22 209 181

Where to eat in Oslo

Mathallen Oslo (Norwegian)

This food hall is a fantastic place to wander around. 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 with you.

Maridalsveien 17A
0178
+47 40 002 409

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 dig in.

Fru Kroghs Brygge 2
0252
+47 24 004 040

Theatercaféen (Cafe)

This is a Vienna-style cafe in the swanky Hotel Continental that’s been a go-to for the pre- and post-theater crowd for a century. It’s just as good in the middle of the afternoon; come here to rest your feet and enjoy some coffee and cake after some sightseeing.

24/26 Stortingsgaten
0117
+47 22 824 050

Places to stay in Oslo

The Thief

It's a new addition to the Oslo waterfront, but 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

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 in 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

Ellingsens Pensjonat

This cozy bed and breakfast, located in a quiet neighborhood, is a good value choice that includes free Wi-Fi and use of the gym. The 19th-century building is airy and well-lit with a small garden for guests, and the wooden-floored rooms are pleasantly decorated.

Holtegata 25
0355
+47 22 600 359

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Articles from Open Skies

Pulped Fiction, Oslo

Something’s going on in Norway. It involves the greatest writers of our generation, poets yet to be born, and a project like no other. The only problem is, nobody can see it until 2114. This is the premise of Future Library: 100 trees are being planted. They’ll then be cut down in 100 years and turned into paper – and on to that paper will go words that writers have written in the present day. Read more Pulped Fiction, Oslo

Lunch with Jo Nesbø at Aymara, Oslo

Kaye Martindale talks to best-selling Norwegian crime writer Jo Nesbø over scallops, monkfish and a pisco sour at his friend’s Oslo restaurant, Aymara. She says: “We are in Aymara, a finely realised restaurant, named after the native Aymara people of the Andean region of South America. Every detail has been carefully tended to in order to ensure the perfect balance between Mayan aesthetics and contemporary style. The friendly staff are the epitome of Scandinavian cool” Read more Lunch with Jo Nesbø at Aymara, Oslo

Grand Hotel, Oslo

Since 1901, the hotel has hosted the annual Nobel Prize banquet, while laureates stay in the Nobel Suite. As you walk through its stately doors, you can feel the lingering presence of some of the world’s most distinguished luminaries. Olso’s Grand Hotel is probably the only place in the world where you can walk in the footsteps of the great Noregian playwright Henrik Ibsen, Nelson Mandela, Mother Teresa and The Rolling Stones Read more Grand Hotel, Oslo

68 Degrees North, Norway

Mats KahlstrÖm hits the road to document a spectacular surf trip to Norway’s Lofoten Islands. He says: “It is the end of January and the thermometer indicates five degrees Fahrenheit. Snowflakes swirl up from the tracks, occasionally revealing a sign on the old station building: Kiruna. I started my journey four-and-a-half hours ago, upon receiving numerous phone-­calls from a good friend, during which he talked excitingly about a big swell supposed to hit the north of Norway” Read more 68 Degrees North, Norway

Lunch with Magnus Carlsen - Oslo's Dinner Bar and Restaurant

Kaye Martindale talks to Magnus Carlsen over a plate of the world chess champion’s beloved “spicy food” at Oslo’s Dinner Bar & Restaurant. She writes: “Today he’s decided to embrace the stimulating effect of chillies and has chosen the Szechuan Chilli-pepper Kam Kon Pot. His agent Espen tells me we don’t have time for more than one course as Magnus is off to play an exhibition game where he’ll take on three people at the same time.” Read more Lunch with Magnus Carlsen - Oslo's Dinner Bar and Restaurant