Oslo - Between innovation, cosmopolitan vibe and natural beauty

Fastest growing capital in Europe, filled with history and charming old city quarters. Oslo is modern and attractive city full of unique neighbourhoods.  


The neighbourhood has a rich history, dating back to the 19th century when it was a working-class area. In the 20th century, it became a hub for the creative class and was known for its artist studios and music venues. Today, Grünerløkka is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. It has a lively and bustling atmosphere, with many small boutiques, vintage shops, and second-hand stores. The neighbourhood is also home to several art galleries and cultural institutions, such as the Oslo School of Architecture and Design.


Home to many high-end shops, boutiques, and restaurants, as well as several parks and green spaces. It is also known for its beautiful architecture, with many buildings featuring Art Nouveau and Jugendstil design elements. Majorstuen is a charming and sophisticated neighbourhood that offers a taste of Oslo's more affluent and refined side. It is a great destination for those who are interested in high-end shopping, fine dining, and cultural attractions.


The neighborhood is home to several museums, including the Frogner Museum and the Oslo City Museum. However, the most famous attraction in Frogner is the Vigeland Sculpture Park, which is the largest sculpture park in the world created by a single artist. The park features over 200 bronze, granite, and cast iron sculptures created by Norwegian artist Gustav Vigeland. Charming and picturesque neighbourhood that offers visitors a taste of Oslo's cultural and natural attractions, as well as its affluent side. It is a great destination for those who are interested in art, architecture, and outdoor activities.

Gamle Oslo (Old Oslo)

Gamle Oslo, also known as Old Oslo, is the oldest part of Oslo, Norway. It isis known for its historic buildings, vibrant street life, and cultural diversity. One of the most iconic attractions in Gamle Oslo is the medieval fortress of Akershus, which was built in the late 13th century to protect the city from foreign invaders. The fortress has been used as a royal residence, a military base, and a prison throughout its history, and today it serves as a popular tourist attraction. Gamle Oslo is also known for its vibrant street life, with several lively areas such as Grønland and Tøyen. Visitors can find a variety of ethnic restaurants, cafes, and shops in these areas, as well as street markets and festivals.

Bislett and St. Hanshaugen

Bislett and St. Hanshaugen are two adjacent neighborhoods which offer a mix of residential and commercial areas. There are many cafes, restaurants, and shops in the area, as well as several cultural institutions, such as the Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology and the National Museum of Decorative Arts and Design. They are great destinations for those who are interested in sports, parks, and outdoor activities, as well as shopping, dining, and cultural events. For this reason, it is very popular amongst students.