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If you're looking for a trip filled with Nordic history and culture, then Oslo, Norway, is where you should plan your next vacation. There are museums, art galleries and the city itself has a very vibrant nightlife.

While you're there, you can also take scenic tours through one of the many parks or the Royal Palace.
Attractions

At the Viking Ship Museum, you'll be able to see ships like the Sandefjord and the Tune. There is also the Norwegian Museum of Natural History, which is filled with artifacts from the 1500s to the present time.

For a better look at modern art from the area, you can take a trip to the Vigeland Museum. The exhibits are updated on a regular basis and the Frogner Park is within walking distance.

You can also find a variety of bars and nightclubs where you can have a drink and dance near Tordenskiolds Gate.
Hints and tips

When you fly to Oslo, you'll land at Oslo Airport (OSL) near Gardermoen. The airport is located roughly 30 miles from the city, but you can hop on the train at the airport, which runs every 20 minutes.

Be sure to pack warm clothes for your trip because even in the winter months the temperature only reaches about 64 degrees during the day.

Oslo When to Go

Norway may lie on the northern edge of Europe, but its capital city is not as cold as one might think thanks to the Gulf Stream, which brings warm air across the Atlantic. Summers are remarkably pleasant (in the mid-60s and an average of 70 in July), and there’s plenty to do in a municipality that stretches over 174 square miles of streets, forests, and agricultural land.

On summer afternoons, picnickers fill the parks, locals cram into the sidewalk cafes, and small boats jostle along the Oslo Fjord. During heat waves temperatures can hit the 90s. Around the solstice the sun doesn’t set until after 11 p.m., offering luxuriously long days for exploration. August also hosts major festivals, like the outdoor Oya Festival of music, the largest of its kind in Norway.

Winter is also a popular time to visit, and temperatures are not as frigid as one might expect: averages are between 24 and 33 degrees. After the holidays, snowfall is reliable, and Oslo makes a good, affordable base for alpine and Nordic skiing, accessible right in the city itself and in the surrounding mountains. Though February is a peak month for snow seekers, it could hardly be called crowded. Outside of the city in winter, visitors are occasionally treated to the great northern lights.

Frequently asked questions

Am I currently able to fly to Oslo?
For the latest flight information to Oslo, check out our Covid-19 Travel Advisor. Find out if there are any travel advice reports and if you’ll need to quarantine after you arrive.
If I am not able to travel because of COVID-19, can I change or cancel?
Head to our helpful Customer Service Portal for info regarding COVID-19 and possible flight changes. It’s also worth reading through your airline’s terms and conditions for a better idea of what to expect.
Which airlines apply social distancing or other strategies regarding COVID-19?
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in changes to air travel. These carriers are among those that have adopted new social distancing measures:
  • SAS - this airline is known for providing passenger masks and cleaning with disinfectant.
  • Norwegian Air Shuttle - this airline is known for providing passenger masks and cleaning with disinfectant.
  • Wideroe - this airline is known for providing passenger masks and capped capacity flights.
Which airlines fly to Oslo?
With airlines to take your pick of, finding a flight to fit your budget and travel plans should be a breeze. Gardermoen Airport (OSL) is the gateway to Oslo and where you’ll likely be touching down. These well-known international airlines are ready when you are:
  • SAS - 949 flights to Oslo per month
  • Norwegian Air Shuttle - 472 flights to Oslo per month
  • Lufthansa - 173 flights to Oslo per month
What is the best airport to fly to in Oslo?
Arrange a ticket to Gardermoen Airport (OSL). The city’s main passenger terminal is approximately 25 miles northeast of downtown. Once you’ve picked up your gear, take the train service to the city center and get set to explore every nook and cranny of Oslo.
How much is a flight to Oslo?
This week, prices fluctuated between and for a return fare to Oslo. Fares one-way from () dropped to a low over the same period.
How to book the cheapest flight to Oslo?
With Orbitz, you’ll uncover some of the best flight deals around from a big range of airlines. But if you’re eager to increase your likelihood of scoring cheap flights to Oslo, here are some suggestions to follow:
  • Depending on your departure point, select the ‘Nearby airports’ function (located under the departure and arrival options). On occasion, other departure points offer more value for money.
  • If your plans aren’t carved in stone, click on the ‘Show flexible dates’ option to view the flight deals for a variety of departure dates. You may find a cheaper fare.
  • Select ‘Show options’ to filter your search results. You can pick your preferred airline and seating class here. Under ‘Sort & Filter’ to the left, you can even specify whether you’d like to fly in the morning, afternoon or evening.
  • The early bird gets the best savings, so book as soon as you know your travel dates. The cheapest airfares sell out quickly and prices normally rise as the departure date gets closer.
  • Bundle your flights, hotels and car rentals into one convenient package deal. Save your hard-earned money for things that really excite you, like exploring every corner of Oslo.
  • If you can, don’t fly in the busy season. Airfares are often at their highest during school breaks, summer and other vacation periods like Easter and Thanksgiving.
How long is a flight to Oslo?
It all depends where you’re beginning your journey. This list of common domestic routes to Oslo and their flight times will give you a rough idea of how long you can expect to be up in the air:
  • Trondheim Airport (TRD-Vaernes) to Gardermoen Airport (OSL) - 1 hour and 2 minutes
  • Bergen Airport (BGO-Flesland) to Gardermoen Airport (OSL) - 53 minutes
  • Stavanger Airport (SVG-Sola) to Gardermoen Airport (OSL) - 50 minutes
What is the best time to book a flight to Oslo?
Book in January, February or August for the best airfares to Oslo. Once you’ve spotted a bargain, buy it — cheap flights are known to come and go in an instant.
What day of the week is the cheapest to book a flight to Oslo?
Get a great flight deal by making a booking on a Tuesday, Wednesday or Saturday. Typically, these are the best days to pick up cheap fares to Oslo.
What is the cheapest day of the week to fly to Oslo?
Based on Orbitz data from 2020, Monday tends to be the best day to get cheap flights to Oslo. Tuesday also offers wallet-friendly fares, while Saturday has the highest ticket prices. Even though leaving at the weekend is often more convenient, you’ll have more cash in your pocket to play with if you set off earlier in the week.
What is the cheapest month to fly to Oslo?
If you’re flexible with your travel dates, consider departing in August. Orbitz data shows that this is generally the best month to take off if you’re after cheap flights to Oslo. As you might imagine, airfares climb in June and flights get snapped up quickly.
Which airlines allow free cancellation?
We know that plans can change and flexibility matters. That’s why you can easily search for flights that include free cancellation and no change fees on Orbitz. Simply click on “Filter by flexible change policies” and we’ll find you fares more flexible than a crayon left in the sun!
What do I need for the flight to Oslo?
A long-haul journey can seem daunting, but it’s nothing a little preparation can’t solve. We’ve made a list of our top tips to ensure your journey is a stress-free one:
  • You’ll need to present identification such as a valid passport. To avoid delays during check-in, make sure you book your tickets under the same name as your official ID. It’s smart to have digital copies of your travel documents too, just in case!
  • If you’re flying directly to Oslo, it’s likely you’ll be in the sky for quite some time. Bring enough snacks and things to keep you busy. Now is a terrific time to get stuck into that novel you’ve haven’t finished!
  • Cabin temperatures are often chilly enough to give you goose bumps. Carry a hoodie even if you’re heading off during the peak of summer.
How many direct flights are there to Oslo?
Every month, there are 5607 direct flights to Oslo. Take your pick of a wide range of airlines, including SAS, Norwegian Air Shuttle and Wideroe. Other popular carriers that operate flights to Oslo nonstop are Lufthansa, KLM and Leap.
How do I get cheap first-class/business deals to Oslo?
If you think a business or first-class airfare is way out of your reach, think again. Here are some tips to help you book a premium flight to Oslo for less:
  • Be flexible with your travel dates and hold out for sales on business or first-class airfares.
  • Look for a low-cost carrier that has business-class seats. They often come with more space and a glass of bubbly — and a nicer price.
  • Make a bid for an upgrade. Some carriers hold online auctions that let you offer a price for a seat at the front of the plane. You may also be able to upgrade with points earned through a flight rewards program.
How to get into Oslo from the airport?
Lock in a Gardermoen Airport (OSL) car rental or use public transportation. Sixt, Hertz and Avis are located within Gardermoen Airport (OSL) and have a nice selection of vehicles to pick from. After you’ve grabbed your wheels, central Oslo is around 25 miles away to the northeast. Otherwise, the train service offers reliable transfers from OSL to the heart of the city. If you’d rather book a car near the downtown area, browse our Oslo car rentals.
How to get around in Oslo?
Jump on a train for cheap and cheerful transportation in Oslo. The central hubs here are Oslo Central Station and Jernbanetorget T-Station. Get off at either and then visit the city’s leading attractions, like Oslo Opera House and Viking Ship Museum. Eager to see every bit of Oslo? Lock in a set of wheels from Hertz or Sixt. These rental suppliers are near the city center.
What is the best time to go to Oslo?
Tourists come from all over to go to Oslo in . So if you’d love to explore this fantastic destination in the tourist season, this is the time to go. Like most places in the Northern Hemisphere, summer commences June 20 in Oslo, with average daily temperatures hovering between 50Fº (10Cº) and 66Fº (19Cº).
Travel tips for Oslo
  • A top way to see a city is by hitting the streets, so lace up your shoes and start exploring! Stay in the center of the city for good access to nearby sights like Oslo Opera House and Viking Ship Museum.
  • Whether you’d prefer to organize a car rental or climb aboard public transportation, you’ll want to check out Holmenkollen Ski Jump. Holmenkollen Ski Museum is also a quick trip away and worth incorporating into your travel itinerary.
  • Having the right wardrobe is essential for a comfy (and fashion-friendly) trip. Oslo has a humid continental climate, so pack some suitable clothing.
  • Viken is filled with cool places to see like Sarpsborg and Fredrikstad. Score a top deal on a car rental and explore these colorful cities at your own speed.

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