LifeinourVan City Reviews | Oslo | Norway
Things we did in Oslo, Norway
As we are learning on this trip... sometimes you just get lucky and discover 'gold dust' in terms of the perfect place to support your children's education.... perhaps not academically but in becoming a more well rounded human being. What an opportunity to visit the...read more
The Norsk Teknisk museum is a wonderfully good way of allowing your kids to burn off some energy.... but also learn something at the same time too!! adly, its located to the very north of the city and takes some 45mins to reach via Tram 11 or the...read more
Oslo's main museums are located on the pretty island of Bygdøy but first we needed to decide the best form of transport from our Ekeberg Campsite (rudimentary site, great location). What better than a similar pass to the one we used in Amsterdam. These passes that...read more
What we liked about it
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If in doubt, head for the harbour to begin your tour of Oslo. Oslo’s main 5 museums are located on the pretty island of Bygdøy but first wander the palace gardens nearby & then check out the museum district by water taxi
Oslo’s main waterfront is a the central hub of life in Oslo and its hustle and bustle was immediately noticeable…. but yet again the feeling of a safe, secure environment is almost tangible… great when touring unknown areas with our two young daughters.. Head here and you can visit the truly unmissable Nobel Peace Centre! A highlight for us from across our whole European Roadtrip!
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To a person, the Oslo residents/visitors are smartly dressed and appear to have little to no cares in the world…. it does on the face of it, look a pretty great place to live…. if a little expensive to eat out!!! But it’s easy to see why Norway has come up as the most happiest place in the world to live in 2018!
Where we stayed
Summary Need to escape for a few days? Want to compare weekend breaks to top cities such as Bordeaux, Rome or Copenhagen? Does your family love to explore new cities too? Do you also think that city breaks aren't just for adults and are a great way to learn, relax and bond as a family. If so, grab a seat, make yourself comfortable & discover some of the favourite 'family friendly' cities we've visited in our 700+ day European Roadtrip