SAS - the biggest airline company in Scandinavia - offers daily cheap international flight tickets to Oslo from around the world. Summer or winter it's worth to travel to the capital of Norway.Our city guide will help you to find out what's up and what the best tips are from SAS crew and passengers.Oslo is one of the wealthiest cities in Europe, thanks to the country´s thriving oil industry, and this is visible in its glass-covered skyscrapers, its new subway and, of course, a whole bunch of trendy restaurants, bars and shops.
What's up in Oslo
Hush - hushCan you keep a secret? SecretSociety - vintage wonders fromChanel, Gucci and ChristianDior.
Skinny chairIf the new chair: BBQ fromPermafrost was a person, it would be someone light andelegant.
Globetrotting GarmentsFunky fashionists on all continentsinspire the owners of Momasi.
Yaya'sMunkedamsveien 53BTel: +47 22 83 71 10www.yayas.no A little piece of Thailand in theheart of Oslo. What a place, what a fantastic meal, what anexperience! Eva, air hostess
ShrimpboatsRådhuskaiaBy fresh shrimp straight fromthe boat at Rådhuskaia and if you're lucky you can buy shrimpfrom on of Norways richest men.Christian
OperaKirsten Flagstads Plass 1www.operaen.noDid you ever go for a walk on an opera house? In Oslo you can! But dont forget your sunglasses, you don't want to go snowblind.Linda