SAS, the largest airline in Scandinavia, offers cheap international flights to & from Oslo from around the world. Our city guide will help you to find out what's up and the best tips from SAS crew and passengers.
Oslo is one of the wealthiest cities in Europe thanks to the country's thriving oil industry. This is evident in its glass-covered skyscrapers, new subway lines & a number of trendy restaurants, bars and shops. Summer or winter, it's worth a trip to the capital of Norway.
What's up in Oslo
Can you keep a secret? Secret Society - vintage wonders from Chanel, Gucci & Christian Dior.
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If the new chair: BBQ from Permafrost was a person, it would be someone light & elegant.
|Globetrotting garments |
Funky fashionistas on all continents inspire the owners of Momasi.
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Tel: +47 22 83 71 10
A little piece of Thailand in the heart of Oslo. What a place, what a fantastic meal, what an experience!
Eva, air hostess
|Shrimp boats |
Buy fresh shrimp straight from the boat at Rådhuskaia. If you're lucky, you can buy shrimp from on of Norway's richest men.
Kirsten Flagstads Plass 1
Have you ever gone for a walk on an opera house? In Oslo, you can! Don't forget your sunglasses - you don't want to go sun or snowblind.
|Frogner Park |
Frogner Park with all its sculptures is a must for any one new to the city of Oslo.
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|Population: 500,000 |
|Language: Norwegian |
|Currency: Krone (NOK) |
|Time zone: CET || |
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