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2-Hour Oslo Fjord Sightseeing Cruise
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Oslo Shore Excursion: 2-Hour Oslo Fjord Sightseeing Cruise
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3-Hour Norwegian Evening Cruise Aboard a Wooden Sailing Boat on the Oslo Fjord
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  • Average9%
  • Poor1%
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“boat trip” (73 reviews)
“summer houses” (26 reviews)
“small islands” (29 reviews)
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Oslo, Norway
Gamle Oslo
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Reviewed yesterday

We went on the 4.30 boat trip around the fjord, it was a lovely sunny afternoon. We had commentary in Engliish with a slight humorist touch to it. Refreshments available on board

Thank Rita B
Reviewed yesterday

An amazing two hours floating on calm cobalt blue waters, gliding past little emerald islands lush with vegetation underneath a clear sky full of warm sunshine. The air was clean and visibility perfect. Occasionally fluffy clouds floated so low and were so white against the...More

Thank Louisefontana
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Either being on a small boat or a Big ship spending some time at the inner part of the Oslo Fjord is really something. Now that buildings are rising rapidly, the wiev of the 'face of city of Oslo' is a huge experience. So just...More

Thank Johnny O
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

It's ok. It's not like the Gareingerfjord, it's just a body of salt water. Not terribly interesting or pretty.

Thank Ace Of J
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

It's an annual ritual for me every summer and this is for you all - families, couples, friends - young and old. For just the sum of a metro trip, and 1/10 of the price of organised fjord tours, you will have access to salt...More

Thank Kiss B
Reviewed 5 days ago

we came to Oslo by train from Goteborg. train passed several fjords. last one was the one of Oslo. amazing. you have to rent a car and spend weeks driving over Norway, taking car ferries, etc. we will do!

Thank Andrei R
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We took the evening 3 hr sailing boat tour with shrimp buffet included. We were lucky with perfect Norwegian summer. Many of us ended up spending more time in peeling shrimps ;) If you want to do more of sightseeing then take one of the...More

Thank suman M
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

There are plenty of places to explore around the fjord, it's very enjoyable when the weather is good. In summer, water is not that cold so it's possible to swim. Some of the nice areas little bit outside the city are Bigdoy and Fornebu.

Thank NicolasCoat
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Oslo Fjord is not what I expected. I expected a long and winding inlet with steep slopes formed by glaciers.

Thank Kevin J
Reviewed 1 week ago

You get a couple of hours exploring the islands around Oslo, we had a lovely day for it luckily. Commentary provided just in English on our tour

Thank DJG_KAG
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TAnvi J
4 July 2017|
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Response from aussieannAdelaide | Reviewed this property |
We were there for a very short period two nights from memory so really only one full day and it was in January. We took a cruise over the fiord and I highly recommend that. Not sure when you are going but in January it was... More
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TAnvi J
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Response from TubaJohn | Reviewed this property |
The Viking ship museum is wonderful. Get a hop on hop off bus pass because this will take you there. Next door to it is the Norwegian folk museum so the same bus will do. Akerhus fortress is another must see and within it... More
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Response from Aysha C | Reviewed this property |
National theatre, Karl Johan's Gate, opera house, asker Brygge, Akershus fortress and the fjord are all within good walking distance of each other. Or you can get the T bane between to maximise your time. You could easily... More
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