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Norway, Denmark, Germany, Poland, Sweden

Oslo Itinerary Northern Europe
from 9.919,91 kr.
price per person Taxes included
MSC Poesia | 21 Jun 2024
Duration: 6 nights
Departure from: Oslo Landing: Stockholm
Itinerary:
1. Oslo,
2. Copenaghen,
3. Warnemünde,
4. Ronne,
5. Gdynia,
6. Visby,
7. Stockholm

Northern Europe: Norway, Svalbard, Iceland

Oslo Itinerary Northern Europe
from 49.607,26 kr.
price per person Taxes included
22 reservations in 48 hours
MN Fram | 22 Jun 2024
Duration: 9 nights
Departure from: Oslo Landing: Longyearbyen
Itinerary:
1. Oslo,
2. Longyearbyen,
3. navigation,
4. navigation,
5. navigation,
7. Hornsund,
8. Isfjorden,
10. Longyearbyen

Northern Europe: Norway, Svalbard, Iceland

Oslo Itinerary Northern Europe
from 49.607,26 kr.
price per person Taxes included
22 reservations in 36 hours
MN Fram | 30 Jun 2024
Duration: 9 nights
Departure from: Oslo Landing: Longyearbyen
Itinerary:
1. Oslo,
2. Longyearbyen,
3. navigation,
4. navigation,
5. navigation,
7. Hornsund,
8. Isfjorden,
10. Longyearbyen

Northern Europe: Norway, Denmark, United Kingdom, Germany, Sweden, Lithuania, Poland

Oslo Itinerary Northern Europe
from 49.476,63 kr.
price per person Taxes included
9 reservations in 48 hours
Marina | 6 Jul 2024
Duration: 20 nights
Departure from: Oslo Landing: Copenaghen
Itinerary:
1. Oslo,
2. Skagen,
3. Kristiansand,
4. Haugesund,
5. Alesund,
6. Kristiansand,
7. Nordfjordeid,
8. Måløy,
9. Kirkwall,
10. navigation,
11. Southampton,
12. navigation,
13. navigation,
14. Kiel,
15. Warnemünde,
16. Ronne,
17. Visby,
18. Stockholm,
19. Klaipeda,
20. Gdynia,
21. Copenaghen
28 cruises

Oslo, located in the southeastern part of the country, is the capital and largest city of Norway. Oslo is a vibrant city that seamlessly blends its rich history with modern urban development, making it a dynamic and attractive place to live and visit.

It was founded around 1040 by King Harald Hardrada and became the capital of the country in 1299 under King Håkon V. The city was partly destroyed by a fire in 1624 and its reconstruction began under the reign of King Christian IV. King Christian IV renamed the city Christiania. The original name, Oslo, was restored in 1925. Oslo is known for its beautiful natural surroundings, including forests, hills, and lakes. Thanks to its beautiful landscapes, it is possible to take part in numerous outdoor activities like hiking, skiing, and boating.


These unique characteristics make the city the ideal destination for nature lovers. The city is home to several renowned museums, including the Viking Ship Museum, the Munch Museum (dedicated to the works of Edvard Munch, famous for "The Scream"), and the National Gallery. Do not miss the opportunity to visit one of them and share your pictures with your friends! Every year Oslo holds one of the most important cultural events, the Nobel Peace Prize is awarded annually in the city at the City Hall.

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