My first trip to Oslo was in December 2014 with a friend from High School. We took a ferry from Copenhagen and spent 2 nights on the ferry.
Ferry dropped us off at the port and from there we walked until the city centre. On my second trip to Oslo I stayed at a good hostel with self check-in service, 1 minute walk from central train station: City Box Oslo
Oslo is a lovely small city. There are free walking tours starting from Tigeren. Walking distance from central station are a few attractions which include:
- Frogner Park (World’s largest sculpture park)
- Henrik Ibsen’s House (I studied his book A Doll’s House in High School so I was keen on visiting the place where he got inspired to write)
- Nobel Peace Centre: On the way while walking to Frogner Park
The second time I visited Norway was for Norwegian Fjords. From Oslo (station), I took a train to Flåm with the following route:
-Oslo to Myrdal & then Myrdal to Flåm by train called Flåmsbana
In Flåm I took a cruise for 2 hours which covers Gudvangen Fjord. And next day a short ride to Stegastein viewpoint.