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Royal Palace, Oslo

Royal Palace, Oslo

The palace was built during the 19th Century to act as the residence of King Charles III of Norway. The palace is now the residence of the Norwegian monarch. The Palace is located at the Karl Johans Gate's end and is also surrounded by the Palace Square and Palace Park. The statue of King Charles John located on the Palace Square can be seen vividly from the Palace. The impeccable architecture and construction of the palace is its major attraction. The children's parade that passes through the Royal Palace is also witnessed by the tourists at the time of The Norwegian Constitution Day.

Travelling to Oslo, Norway

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Oslo, the most populated and the capital of Norway is constituted of both a municipality and a county. Since its formation, it has been the governmental and economic center of Norway and acts as the hub of Norwegian banking, shipping, and trade. It is an important center for maritime trade and maritime industries for Europe. Oslo has been considered as a Global City and also ranked as 'Beta World City'. The city has numerous green areas and parks within the core of the city as well as on the outskirts including Frogner Park, Bygdoy, Botanical Garden and Museum of the University of Oslo and others. Some of its other major attractions include the Oslo Opera House, the Oslo Harbor, Downtown of Oslo skyline and many more.

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Oslo Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

Tickets are easy to avail online as well as offline. If you need to book the tickets instantly, you can go for the online version and book your tickets through this website.

How To Get Around?

You can take the metro to travel around the city as it will take you to almost all the places you want to go. Ferry buses are also a nice option to try as done by most of the locals.

What Should I Wear?

You have to pack layers. The nights are chilly and the winters are definitely going to want you to wear a lot of wollen clothes. So pack your shoes, socks, and jackets positively. For the days, you can go for a nice neutral look with long gowns or pants and blouses. Boys can try a Capri and T-shirt look. Pack your denim bottoms as well.

Oslo Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

May and August are the warmest months in Oslo when there is daylight for 24 hours nearly and the spring is on its way.


Norwegian Krone

Will I Need a Guide?

The website here will guide you enough to plan your trip properly. Thus, a guide is not needed.

How To Get There?

There are three direct flights to Oslo from major airports namely Gardermoen, Sandefjord Torp and Moss Ryge. From there you can easily reach the City Center via ferry bus or a rental car. You can also go for the metro, however, it can be a little crowded.

Additional Info

Metros and streets can get crowded. Beware of pickpockets and keep your cash in proper places securely. Always keep all your travel documents with yourself with utmost safety.