About Norway and Oslo
Norway is a once-in-a-lifetime destination and the essence of its appeal is remarkably simple: this is one of the most beautiful countries on earth.
Norway is the land of the midnight sun, with a mild, pleasant summer season. Oslo has a more pleasant climate than its latitude should indicate, due to a favourable help from the Gulf Stream, and it is well protected from Atlantic rainfall by mountains. The chosen dates are September 4-6, 2015. In early September, the temperature is normally very pleasant in Oslo, even though the evenings might tend to be crisp.
Oslo, the capital of Norway, lies beautifully situated between the captivating Oslo fjord and the beautiful Oslomarka. This combination of city life and short distance to outdoors activities makes Oslo a great destination for any traveller.
Norway’s majestic mountains plunging into the sea, glittering fjords, luminous northern lights, the midnight sun and tall mountain peaks have all contributed to making Norway well known internationally.
Its easy to experience endless rivers, powerful waterfalls, green forests as well as bustling city life in Norway - a combination highly appreciated both among the Norwegians themselves and the visitors to this unique country.
Oslo offers some 50 museums and many art galleries. Among the internationally known attractions are Vigeland Sculpture Park, the Viking Ship Museum, the Munch Museum and Holmenkollen.
Oslo is the capital of Norway and the country’s biggest city, with a history going back to medieval times. Today, Oslo is a modern city with approximately 600 000 inhabitants. The city is beautifully situated by the Oslo fjord. More than half of the municipality is covered by forest and parks, giving the city a green atmosphere. The climate in Oslo is milder that its latitude suggests, and in September the temperature is pleasant for dogs and owners alike - though the evenings may be crisp.
Oslo is easily accessible by car, plane (the airports Gardermoren, Torp and Rygge are all a short drive from Oslo) and boat (via Kiel, Fredrikshavn/Hirtshals and Copenhagen).
Read more at Visit Oslo.