The history of Oslo goes back 1000 years, to the Viking Age, and embraces cultural giants such as Edvard Munch, Gustav Vigeland and Henrik Ibsen. A number of sightseeing trips of varying length are available to introduce delegates to these interesting aspects of Norwegian culture.
Oslo's unique location between the forest and the sea represents ideal opportunities for outdoor activities. During winter you can try skiing, both down-hill and cross country, tobogganing, Nordic walking, horse sleigh rides, biathlon and hot chocolate in a lavvo. If you are in Oslo during summer, several companies organise tours in Nordmarka by foot, bicycling, Nordic walking or canoeing in one of the many lakes.
In the harbour, a large number of charter boats offer trips among the many islands of the Oslo fjord. These boats represent a different and increasingly popular way to entertain guests.
You can also visit one of Oslo's many world-class museums and sights; from Holmenkollen Ski Jump to the Viking Ship Museum or the amazing Vigeland Sculpture Park.
With the large spectre of activities that are available in Oslo, only your imagination can stop the planning of exciting, social events.