Oslo, Norway Cruise Port, 2020, 2021 and 2022 Cruises from Oslo, Norway | The Cruise Web

Oslo, Norway Cruise Port

Oslo is a city with a sense of wilderness, and nature is a strong part of this popular cruise port. Within its borders are forests where moose roam, and during the winter months these forests are popular for skiing and other sports. And you better believe that winter sports are important to Norwegians – they hold the record for the most medals in the history of the winter Olympics with over 300. The city also has strong cultural standing thanks to the likes of painter Edvard Munch and playwright Henrik Ibsen. Experience this Norwegian gem yourself with a cruise to Oslo.Featured below are a few of our favorite experiences for the cruise port of Oslo, Norway:

  • Uncover the 4,000 years of history at the Holmenkollen Ski Jump and Ski Museum where you can take a ride on a ski simulator.
  • Check out the world’s best preserved Viking ships at the Viking Ship Museum. This ships date back to 800 AD.
  • In the summertime, take a swim in the city’s many freshwater lakes.
  • Gaze at the sights of the Vigelandsparken, a park filled with interesting sculptures made of bronze, granite and cast iron.

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