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A 1,000ft cliff which is the northern most point of both Europe and Norway and otherwise known as North Cape, Nordkapp attracts many travellers every year who want to see the breathtaking views that it offers.

NordKapp

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Norway’s capital city of Oslo is known for a number of sights and attractions that appeal to international travelers from around the world. However, it is best known for its wide variety of Scandinavian cuisine. From the cheap to the expensive, there are numerous entrées to sample when visiting Oslo. However, no trip is complete to this city without experiencing any of a number of desserts. Here is a list of the best desserts in Oslo that you should consider whenever you visit the city and the recipes for them.

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Scandinavia’s third largest city and the capital of Norway is Oslo. It is also Norway’s demographic, economic, and political hub as well as being the country’s most populous cities. Oslo offers locals and tourists dozens of dining establishments, some priced very reasonably while others have a pricey menu. One way or the other, you’re not going to be disappointed no matter what cuisine you choose to enjoy for a meal.

Oslo Norway Vegetables

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The capital and largest city in Norway is Oslo. It is also the 3rd largest city in Scandinavia and was ranked as the most expensive city in the world in 2010. Despite that, it is still one of the most popular tourist destinations in the region. Visitors come to Oslo for a variety of reasons including the architecture, cuisine, entertainment venues, and the shopping. But one thing that attracts many tourists to the city is the nightlife which can be pretty lively. Oslo is well known throughout Europe for its pubs and cocktail bars.

Oslo Night

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Norway’s capital city is Oslo and is also the largest city in the country. For many summer vacationers, it is a popular tourist destination because the climate is mildly warm and there is much to see and do when visiting this historical Scandinavian city. Another characteristic of Oslo is that it is one of the most kid-friendly destinations in the world. Consequently, many families will vacation here during the summer months when school is not in session.

Oslo for Kids

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This winter, skate under wintry sky of Oslo to energize and burn the extra calories consumed during winter. The Norwegian city offers indoor and outdoor ice skating rinks that welcome both amateurs and professionals. Ice skating is not a ho-hum physical exercise. It provides a chance to enjoy and relax with entire family on a dull cold day. If the idea of skating scares you, join audience at the rinks hosting ice skating competitions and events.

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Narvisen Skating Rink, located in the heart of Oslo, welcomes everyone. The rink in Spikersuppa remains open between 11 am and 9 pm on all days. Entry to the rink, which opens from December to March, is complimentary for everyone. read full article

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Traveling with children has challenges of its own: where to go, which toys… The first and foremost task is to select kid-friendly attractions. Indeed, they love fun-filled activities, yummy food, colorful places, parks, zoos and interactive activities. If your kids have different tastes, consider them while planning the itinerary. Also, review educational value of the selected attractions. We have identified five interesting attractions for a family trip to Oslo, capital of Norway.

oslo family attractions

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Oslo Airport (OSL) is the gateway to Norways capital city and other destinations in Norway, from the Fjords to the Norwegian Lapland. Also called Gardermoen, the airport is Norway’s main international airport and is located 50 kilometres outside the city of Oslo. The airport is proud of its good public transport connections and it is easy to get from the airport to Oslo by train or by bus.

oslo city center from oslo airport

By Train

The Airport Express Train, or Flytoget, is the easiest way to get to Oslo. Trains leave from the terminal building (in the arrival area, turn right after passing through customs and follow the signs). read full article

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Oslo, Norway is located at the head of the Oslo Fjord.  And in a country famous for its fjords, the name is slightly confusing as technically speaking, the Oslo Fjord is actually a bay.

But that is where the… read full article

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Scandinavia is a collective name for Norway, Sweden and Denmark – the countries located in the Scandinavian Peninsula. Some reports also include Finland and Iceland in the list.

Originally a Viking region, Scandinavia slowly converted to Christianity around 1000 AD. With Christianity came the celebration of Christmas… read full article

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Open face sandwich - Norway Traveling around Norway and eating well on a budget is a constant challenge.

Unfortunately, the traveler’s tale/urban myth of the $20 Oslo hot dog reflects the high cost of dining out here.

In Norway’s cities especially, a traveler’s budget can be reduced simply by eating smart and cheaper. read full article

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