Cruise vessels can dock at a great location in the city centre, right below the Akershus Fortress. All the major attractions are within easy reach from the cruise harbour.
The 700 years old Akershus Fortress is a highly recommended start to a tour of Oslo. A walk along the quay takes you to Aker Brygge and the new arts area Tjuvholmen, a popular meeting point with an array of shops and restaurants.From the port you can see the City Hall, the Opera and the Nobel Peace Center. A 10 minute ride with ferry will take you to the peninsula of Bygdøy where some of the city's most famous tourist attractions are located; The Viking Ship Museum, Norwegian Museum of Cultural History, The Kon-Tiki Museum, The Polar Ship FRAM and the Norwegian Maritime Museum.
It’s perhaps this combination of stunning nature and capital city vibe with world class museums and attractions which makes Oslo such a unique cruise destination.Welcome to Oslo!
Useful information for cruise lines on facts about the port of Oslo, ship agentrs, suppliers, cruise calendar and more.
Useful information for the travel agents about what to see and do in Oslo, pre- and post stays, travel information, product manual and ferries.
See what exciting shore excursions the cruise lines have to offer in Oslo, plan the entertainment, night life, shopping and wine and dine.
Located in the centre of Oslo Oslo Port is Norway's largest cargo port, as well as a leading passenger gateway.
VisitOSLO is a member of Cruise Norway and Cruise Baltic and cooperate closely with Innovation Norway.
The Port of Oslo and VisitOSLO are the main points of contact on cruise issues in Oslo, together with the port agent and the shore ex tour operator.
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