Vigelandsparken – Great spot in the summer, per local advise, to relax on the lawn as it’s packed and full of younger locals.
Museums: Viking Ship Museum, Natural History Museum, Fram Museum, National Gallery Oslo is a very walkable city, and its not necessary in most cases to use public transportation to get around.
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Sentrum – The center of Oslo offers the majority of the attractions, nightlife, and cafes and restaurants.
If you stay within the center, you will have easy walking access around the city, and can easily grab a metro if you wish to head off to a further destination outside of the city limits.
Being strategically situated, it is also an important location for maritime industries and trade within Europe.
GDP based on PPP, Norway is one of the richest countries in the world, ranking normally within the top 10 countries each year, with the likes of Switzerland, UAE, Kuwait, Luxembourg and Qatar.
Below is a breakdown of the two main areas recommended to stay in Oslo, in order to be close to the action: 1.With a population of around 5 million people living in Norway, only a bit over 600,000 reside in the capital city of Oslo.Oslo being both the economic and governmental center of Norway, is also the main hub for trade, banking industry and shipping.Grünerløkka – This is considered the more artsy and hipster area of Oslo, with many cafes and pubs located all around.There are also some student dormitories located in the area, which meaning cheaper alcohol, food and a younger crowd. Browse thousands of Oslo gay personal ads - all completely free. Mingle2's gay Oslo personals are the free and easy way to find other Oslo gay singles looking for dates, boyfriends, sex, or friends.Taxis can be very expensive, and you want to avoid using them at all cost unless it’s a must.There are two main areas you should consider when searching for accommodation in Oslo – Sentrum (Center) and Grunnerløkka.As expected, prices in the center are the highest when compared to other neighborhoods, but you will save in having to buy a late night taxi to travel back in the later hours when the buses and metro stops working at 12AM.For an apartment at a great price, centrally located, I can highly recommend Oslo Apartments – Sven Bruns Gate 2.