At the heart of Norway lies the city of Oslo, an entertainment hub that’s filled with plenty of hip cafés, shops, and endless natural beauty. Explore this beautiful Scandinavian cruise port before setting sail on a European or Baltic cruise. There’s plenty to see and do in this pedestrian-friendly city. Take a foodie tour along the hip Grunerlokka district, explore the Viking Ship Museum, or enjoy the open-air Norwegian Folk Art Museum on the Bygdøy peninsula. The Royal Palace is also a top attraction, featuring elegant furnishings and architecture dating back to the 19th century. For the best panoramic views of the city, check out the Holmenkollen Ski Museum & Tower, open 365 days a year! Frogner Park, which is the largest park in Norway, features a series of captivating outdoor sculptures designed by Gustav Vigeland. You can also venture just outside of the city center if you would like to explore the urban park, Saint Hanshaugen. With plenty of fjords, lakes, and greenery on every corner, Oslo is a nature lover's paradise.
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