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The weather in Oslo
Above are the weather conditions for Oslo. On average, the warmest month is July. However, temperatures can go lower than 21° in Oslo in January. The wettest month is January with 29 rainy days on average. On the contrary, there is an average of only 19 rainy days in September, which is the driest month.
Visit the Tiger City in the north with vacation rentals in Oslo
Like all Scandinavian cities, accommodation in Oslo is known for being bright, modern, and stylish. City-based apartments are the most popular choice, with breathtaking cityscapes and fjord views through large windows. The city is impeccably clean and beautifully modern, yet scattered with some of Norway's most fascinating historical sites.
Epic Kristiania discovered
When it comes to museums, Oslo has some of the best. The Viking Ship Museum, Folk Museum, Fram, and Kon-Tiki come with the added pleasure of a short boat trip from the harbor across the Oslo fjord to reach them.
Once you reach the small peninsula, you can see beautifully preserved Viking ships at the Viking Ship Museum, a 13th century stave church and the Folk Museum (one of only 300 in Norway), the Arctic explorer ship known as Fram, and the original Kon Tiki raft.
Surrounding Oslo: Venturing out and about
In Oslo itself, a boat trip around the fjords is unmissable. There are a variety of tours available, lasting up to 3 hours, all leaving from Oslo harbor at regular intervals throughout the day.
Further afield you can visit Fredrikstad Old Town, the best preserved fortress town in Scandinavia, located an hour's drive from Oslo. For fun with the kids, try Tusenfryd, Norway's biggest amusement park. This can be reached from the town center in less than 30 minutes.
Celebrating Norway's history
Summer or winter, Oslo is a city of festivals, adventure, and parties. The biggest day of the year in Norway is May 17th; Norwegian National Day. Celebrations are held in every town and feature locals dressed in traditional costume. The highlight in Oslo is a huge children's parade.
In the winter, winter sports dominate. Holmenkollen Ski Festival is one of the biggest events, utilizing the enormous Holmenkollen ski jump. The festival takes place in March, but there is still plenty of snow on the hilltops overlooking Oslo.
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