The 4 Best Neighborhoods in Oslo for Tourists
The city centre offers the best of Oslo’s nightlife, culture and cuisines. Apart from enjoying various cuisine options, you have a choice of various daytime and night performances, including jazz, hiphop and classical music.
There are malls, antique shops and art galleries within the city centre. You can also reach other neighbourhoods with ease from here using a taxi or public means of transport.
The West End is the posh part of the city. It has the most beautiful streets in all of Oslo. Tourists enjoy the best of the city’s hospitality. Accommodation varies from bouquet hotels to luxury hotel rooms.
Tourists also enjoy spending time at the famous Vigeland Park, especially during summer and spring. Here, you can shop and enjoy great food from shopping centres scattered across the area.
Gamle Oslo, also called Old Oslo, is home to the oldest landmarks in the city. It hosts Edvard Munch Museum, a medieval park and a botanical garden. It is a calm place that works well with people on a romantic or adventure search visits.
Accommodation is available across the neighbourhood with tens of cafes and restaurants that offer a wide menu of dishes from all corners of the world.
Majorstuen boasts of a vibrant day and nightlife while offering high-end accommodation and dining options. You can catch the latest blockbuster movies, dance at a local club or relax as you watch a football match at a club.
It is served by major metro stations, which allows you to move to other places in the city with ease. It is also a popular shopping destination.