Norway is abundant in rivers and lakes, but what you probably didn’t know that just an hour and a half drive from Oslo there’s one of the largest lakes in the country.
A jewel in the Drøbak narrow is definitely the Oscarsborg Fortress. Originally the fortress was created to resist any…
Drøbak is a small town in Oslofjord with some 13 000 inhabitants. It used to be the winter harbor of Oslo when during harsh winters the fjord would freeze from outside Drøbak all the way up to…
Just a 30 minutes drive with the ferry from Oslo city center to the inner part of Oslofjord, in the municipality of Nesodden in Akershus, there’s a small island perfect for summer camping and laying on the beach.
Norwegian Constitution Day (Nasjonaldagen, Grunnlovsdagen, syttende mai) is the national day of Norway and is the official public holiday celebrated on May 17 each year.
The Akerselva river starts at the Lake Maridal (Maridalsvannet) and runs about 8 kilometres through the urban areas of the city of Oslo.
One of the favorite summer activities in the city is island hopping between several islands in the Oslo fjord. Each of them offers a different point of view and a different scenery so why not hop onto a ferry line and spend a day out in the sea?
Cin cin cafe is one of our dedicated partners and fave spots to enjoy pizza in the heart of downtown Oslo. We dropped by to have a chat with pizza entrepreneur and founder, Håvard Nelvik to hear the story behind his unique pizza empire.
You don’t have to travel all the way to Paris to embrace the magnificent bistro culture. Dekka Bord in Oslo indulges you with a melee of nordic and french flavors right in the heart of the charming neighborhood, St. Hanshaugen!
The building of Akershus Castle and Fortress (Akershus festning) was commenced by the king Haakon V in 1299. It was built in order to protect the city from enemy attacks because the vicinity of the sea was…