Get to know the destinations and attractions of East Norway.
Astrup Fearnley Museet, TjuvholmenPhoto: VisitOSLO/Heidi Thon
Oscarsborg Festning - vakkert beliggende midt i OslofjordenPhoto: Forsvarsbygg Nasjonale Festningsverk
Stavernsodden fyrPhoto: Rune@Bildebloggen.com
MærrapannaPhoto: Terje Rakke / Nordic Life
Landskap ved MjøsaPhoto: Trond Lillebo
Inspiration and information to make the most of your stay in Oslo.
Karl Johan HotelPhoto: VisitOSLO/Matjaz Intihar
skilekPhoto: Skiforeningen/Stian Elton
Anders Bjørnvold live @ Parkteatret, OsloPhoto: VisitOSLO/Karianne Lund
Huk beach, Bygdøy, OsloPhoto: VisitOSLO/Nancy Bundt
Barn på operaenPhoto: Rizah Konjic/VisitOSLO
The county that encircles the capital city offers fjord and forests, land and sea, small and medium-sized towns and many exciting attractions and activities.
Ramme GaardPhoto: Ramme Gaard
SommerPhoto: Ninni Aarhus Tranum
Drøbak - FrognPhoto: Akershus Reiselivsråd
Radisson BLUPhoto: Radisson BLU Oslo Airport
Two gems along the Oslo Fjord.
Bærums VerkPhoto: Bærums Verk
KonferansesalPhoto: Thon Hotel Oslofjord
By the shores of the Oslo Fjord.
SpinSpider TusenfrydPhoto: TusenFryd
Diverse FolloPhoto: Akershus Reiselivsråd
Quality Hotel MastemyrPhoto: Quality Hotel Mastemyr
Historic meeting place since 1814.
Gamle HvamPhoto: Ninni Aarhus Tranum
Hurdal SkisenterPhoto: Hurdal Skisenter
Hurdalsjøen hotellPhoto: Hurdalsjøen Hotell
Hurdalsjøen HotellPhoto: Hurdalsjøen Hotell
Larvik, Stavern and Lågendalen offer great experiences in beautiful nature, gorgeous archipelago, cosy villages and happy, friendly people.
Jippi LekelandPhoto: Svein André Svendsen
ZION FashionPhoto: ZION Fashion
More than 1000 islands along an endless coastline, and 100 beaches. Charming villages, great fishing lakes and bright yellow fields.
Thon Hotell HaldenPhoto: Thon Hotell Halden
FestningPhoto: Halden Turist
AktiviteterPhoto: Terje Rakke / Nordic Life
Gamlebyen modelljernbanesenterPhoto: Gamlebyen modelljernbanesenter
Månefestivalen i Gamlebyen 2013Photo: Walter Schøffthaler
Two good neighbours, Fredrikstad & Hvaler belong together. If you visit one, you will not want to miss out on the other. The Fortified town and the beautiful archipelago of Hvaler is a must see.
Gamlebyen FredrikstadPhoto: Fjellanger Wideroe Foto AS
Fishing boatsPhoto: Walter Schøffthaler
OldtidsveienPhoto: Christian Andersen
HankøPhoto: Visit Fredrikstad & Hvaler
Fergen Olava på SkjærhaldenPhoto: Stein Kristian Martinsen
Resepsjon Quality Hotel FredrikstadPhoto: Quality Hotel Fredrikstad
Halden is an idyllic little town nestled down by the fjord. Cobblestone streets, nice shops, cosy restaurants, river promenades and the guest harbor are all within easy reach downtown. Above the town center looms the mighty Fredriksten fortress.
Rød HerregårdPhoto: Suveren Kommunikasjon
SvinesundsbroenPhoto: Halden Turist
Allsang på GrensenPhoto: Halden Turist
Fredriksten festningPhoto: Halden Turist
Between Oslo and the Swedish border lies this diverse and exciting region – Inner Østfold. Explore the pristine nature, which offers peace and quiet, as well as canoeing, bike rides and fishing. The region is full of variety, and offers nightlife and shopping as well as beautiful nature.
Båt cafePhoto: .
KanoPhoto: Grete Elgetun
Ut på turPhoto: Thorbjørn Olsson
Høytop FortPhoto: Høytorp Fort
SykkelPhoto: Grete Elgetun
Moss and its surrounding region has a varied and rich cultural landscape with lots of great hiking and biking trails. Here you will find exciting cultural activities such as concerts, shows, art exhibitions and festivals.
Photo: Jon Klasbu
Refsnes GodsPhoto: Refsnes Gods
Photo: Torderøds Venner
Sarpsborg is situated in the heart of Østfold. The city has long history being the third oldest city in Norway and the country’s first capital. Here you can find a lot of different activities both in door and outdoors.
LogoPhoto: Sarpsborg 2016
hafslund hovedgårdPhoto: hafslund hovedgård
Lake Mjøsa, manor farms, River Glomma, the Finnskogen forest, charming cities and towns. Glass, treetop huts, local food, bike, skiing, and angling. Just to mention a few of the things you can experience in Hedmark.
Norsk JernbanemuseumPhoto: Norsk Jernbanemuseum
På sykkel i Stange VestbygdPhoto: Thomas Mølstad
Norsk Skogmuseum BjørnPhoto: Øyvind Lund
Hamar sentrumPhoto: Flemming Støldal
Møtelokale på Victoria Hotel HamarPhoto: Victoria Hotel
Hoel GårdPhoto: Hoel Gård
Forests, water, culture and health. That is the Elverum Region!
Sykkeltur FinnskogenPhoto: Morten Holt
KanoturPhoto: Guillermo Farias
Rica Elgstua HotelPhoto: Rica Elgstua Hotel
KonferanseromPhoto: Rica Elgstua Hotel
Kremmertorget1Photo: Hans Olav Osbak
Rast på Skafferiet, HelgøyaPhoto: Øyvind Wold
SjusjøenPhoto: Visit Sjusjøen
På sykkel langs MjøsaPhoto: Thomas Mølstad
Urtehagen på DomkirkeoddenPhoto: Fotoavd Hedmarksmuseet
The area known as South Hedmark is a crossroads of several major roadways and the railway.
På kanoturPhoto: Solhaug kano og fritid
Kongsvinger festningPhoto: Königs Winger
GlassblåserPhoto: Magnor Glassverk
Huk beach, Bygdøy, Oslo
Photo: Nancy Bundt/VisitOSLO
Fram Museum - Polar Ship Fram
Bygdøy by City Bike (Bysykkel)
Photo: VisitOSLO/Leif-Harald Ruud
Bygdøy is a peninsula on the west side of the city centre. Here you find several of Oslo’s most popular museums. The peninsula is mainly a residential area, but in addition to the museums, Bygdøy is also a popular recreational area during summer offering beaches, a beach volleyball court and a beach restaurant at Huk. There are also several beautiful trails both for cycling and walking. How to get thereThe best way to get to Bygdøy in the summer is to take the boat leaving from Pier 3 behind the City Hall. It takes 10-15 minutes, and the service runs from early April to early October. Bus number 30 takes you to Bygdøy all year round.
Bygdøy by City Bike (Bysykkel)Photo: VisitOSLO/Leif-Harald Ruud
Fram Museum - Polar Ship FramPhoto: Frammuseet
KaffekoppPhoto: VisitOSLO/Nancy Bundt
Norsk Folkemuseum, fiddle playerPhoto: VisitOSLO/Nancy Bundt
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