Oslo was surprisingly different than what I expected. Actually, I only knew that so far this country has not interested me so much. The only thing I thought about Norway was that it is cold, dark and expensive. I must say Oslo itself may not be the most beautiful city, but the environment is one of the most beautiful: parks, protected forests, hills, and hundreds of lakes. Oslo is really so calm and peaceful that you hear nothing but the wind.
The country’s largest city is a modern and diverse city with an abundance of world-class architecture, museums, restaurants, coffeehouse culture and shopping. Whether you are staying in the city for a short weekend or for a few days, here are the top seven things to see and do in Oslo!
Explore the City Center
The center is so easy to explore on foot thanks to the numerous pathways and trails. The main street of the city,
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