Experience the best of both worlds – the cultural richness of a vibrant city with fjord and forest at your doorstep.
of Oslo's surface area is forest
museums and galleries
years of history
While Oslo is a major hub for trading, shipping, and banking, it has a deep connection to nature and the great outdoors. Two thirds of the city’s area is forest cover, with the wilderness region (“marka”) surrounding Oslo providing its citizens with year-round recreational opportunities. Turn towards the sea and you will find that the surrounding fjord is scattered with dozens of islands and boasts many marinas, beaches, and parks.