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Planning a media trip to Oslo?

The VisitOSLO media team is committed to helping you get the very best out of your visit to Oslo and to helping you with relevant information for your Oslo story. 

Depending on the scope and length of your visit, we will be happy to assist you in planning your trip to Oslo by providing relevant information, and facilitating your stay in our city.


We can assist with:


  • Planning your visit prior to arrival in Oslo.
  • A digital press kit with local tips to help navigate the city.
  • Our "What's new in Oslo" for media. 
  • Setting up interviews and photo/film shoots.
  • Professional and personal assistance from our media team.
  • Getting the most out of your media visit to Oslo.


Media form

Tell us about your visit to Oslo and how we may be of assistance.

Click here to fill in our media form now, with vital information regarding your media visit.

Travel arrangements


VisitOSLO is only able to assist with travel arrangements on a few major projects a year.


For assistance with travel arrangements, please contact your local Visit Norway office.

Media representatives from countries where Visit Norway/Innovation Norway does not have an office, please contact the Norwegian Embassy in your country, or Innovation Norway’s head office in Oslo:

Innovation Norway
Tel.: +47 22 00 25 00

Looking for photos from Oslo? Look into our free image bank 

Please note that downloading photos from any of the digital platforms or profiles administered by VisitOSLO is stricly forbidden. All photographs must be downloaded via our free image bank. Please remember to credit the photographer(s) and VisitOSLO when you use our images. All images are not meant for commercial use, as specified in the conditions of use. The infringement of copyright laws may result in lawsuits on behalf of the copyright owner(s).

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