The Oslo Pass provides free travel on public transport, free admission to museums and sights, free parking in Oslo municipal car parks, discounts on car hire,Tusenfryd Amusement Park, etc.
Hotel package including the Oslo Pass, which gives you free access to museums and public transport, and a number of special offers.
Oslo is often referred to as one of the world’s most expensive cities, but there are still ways to enjoy the city without maxing out your credit card. A cheap way to get around the city is to make use of the buses, trams, subways and ferries. Or why not use your feet? Oslo has a compact city centre, so put on some comfortable shoes and walk between the attractions. Many attractions and events have free entrance, and if you keep away from the most touristy spots, there are streets and areas with cheaper food and drinks. With the Oslo Fjord and the forest nearby, there is no shortage of hiking trails and beautiful scenery. If you have the necessary equipment, it doesn’t cost you anything to go fjord fishing, cross-country skiing or biking around the city. These pages present some suggestions on how to make your stay in Oslo cheaper.
Many outdoor shows, markets, festivals, club nights and other events have free entrance.
Many museums and attractions in Oslo have free entrance for everyone.
Cafés and restaurants where you can have dinner at a reasonable price.
Save money by choosing a more basic accommodation like a hostel or b&b.
Vigeland Park: Oslo’s most visited attraction is free and open 24/7!
VisitOSLO About us - About the website - Contact us Powered by Reaktor - Design by Blank - Database powered by Tellus Search ©