There’s no shortage of unique experiences in Oslo—read on to discover Vogue’s pick of the city’s greatest hidden gems.
Where to stay, eat, and what to do in Oslo.
Oslo is one of the fastest growing capitals in Europe, and tourist arrivals have nearly doubled over the last 10 years. Urban planners, politicians and businesses of different kinds, all work hard to reduce Oslo’s carbon footprint and ensure a sustainable future for everyone.
The capital of the country of the fjords has the bosom.
Swimming in Oslofjord is a year-round activity for Oslovians and a must for visitors.
Spander en natt på hotell, ha lobby-kontor og nyt badstue og et oppkvikkende bad i Oslofjorden hos KOK på Langkaia i Bjørvika.
Oslo offers a galaxy of stellar attractions.
Freizeit explores Norway’s capital and discovers new places, good cuisine and unusual spots.
Et helt lille klondyke af flydende saunaer har direkte udsigt mod operaen.
This Nordic capital city is an underrated must-visit, teeming with one-of-a-kind hotels, a burgeoning art scene, and a spa culture that incorporates fjord jumping and floating saunas.