The small Northern city of Oslo is Europe´s fastest-growing capital and a favourite tourist and convention destination. Oslo is the economic and government centre of Norway, a buzzing global city that connects all kinds of Norwegian trade, banking, industry and shipping with the rest of the world, and a hub of academic and cultural activity.
During the last two decades Oslo has experienced a renewal in all aspects of urban living, cultural activities and architecture. Visitors can enjoy internationally acclaimed museums and exhibition spaces, exciting contemporary architecture, music festivals and concerts, restaurants inspired by the new Nordic culinary movement and international cuisine and a vibrant nightlife.
Being a tourist in Oslo, especially in July, can be an amazing experience. Museum goers, history and architecture enthusiasts, and nature lovers will all have plenty to enjoy. The city is welcoming to all visitors. All primary attractions and travel can be experienced with few challenges to accessibility, while the relevant infrastructure is steadily improving.
Here is only a handful of the options. For more information on attractions, excursions and dining options, please visit the official travel guide for Oslo https://www.visitoslo.com/en/.