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Where To Stay in Oslo – Best Hotels in Oslo + Oslo Districts Explained

Since I moved to Norway’s capital a few years ago, one of the most common questions I get is where to stay in Oslo and what are the best hotels in Oslo worth considering. The truth is, that Oslo accommodation can be a little confusing, and cheap hotels are quite hard to find. But fear not, I created this guide for you where you can find plenty of information about Oslo hotels, whether you look for hostels, boutique hotels, or others. I also cover which neighborhood in Oslo to stay in, describing the main ones, so you can choose yourself. 

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5 Reasons To Visit Senja Norway – Lesser-Known Island in Norway

Senja Island in Northern Norway is a truly hidden gem. Dramatic peaks dropping into the sea, white sand beaches surrounded by mountains, the abundance of wildlife, and untouched nature. Add to this opportunity to see the natural phenomenon of Midnight sun and Northern Lights and you will get the recipe for the perfect outdoor travel destination in Norway. Less popular than Lofoten, which makes it more tranquil and empty – ideal to enjoy the incredible nature. Find out more reasons why you should consider visiting Senja in Norway, right now!

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Dog Sledding in Norway – Ethical Husky Tours (also near Oslo)

Dogs, snow, and outdoors adventure. What is it like to go dog sledding in Norway and other countries? Where to go for a husky tour to make sure you work with happy and loved dogs? Can you find dog sledding near Oslo? And… Is dog sledding ethical? Find out below!

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Ice Skating in Oslo and Norway – Ice Rinks and Outdoors (Fjord & Lakes)

Wintertime in Norway means frozen seas and lakes, which creates great opportunities for ice skating and walking. Especially in Norway’s capital, there are many lakes and fjords that offer that possibility, apart from man-made ice rinks. Check the details for ice skating in Oslo, and safe outdoor ice skating in Norway on frozen fjords and lakes.

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Best Norway Winter Clothing – What To Pack For Norway In Winter

Wondering what to pack for Norway in winter with the best Norway winter clothing to survive the Scandinavian cold? Like, what do you actually wear so you don’t freeze to death and still be able to walk and not roll on the snow overloaded with clothes? Below I share with you my winter packing list for Norway based on my living in Norway, traveling, and surviving four long (the fith one is coming) winters in the country of the frozen land.

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Trollveggen Troll Wall Norway – Hike To The Highest Vertical Wall In Europe

Did you know that you can hike on top of the most famous wall in Norway? The Trollveggen, Troll Wall, is the tallest vertical overhanging rock face in Europe. There are several hiking routes that lead to the edge of Troll Wall,  such as Stabbeskaret. Have a look at how to hike there yourself! 

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Trolltunga Via Ferrata – Adventurous Alternative To The Famous Trolltunga Hike in Norway

Trolltunga, the iconic rock in Norway is known for its stunning views, long trail, and well, tourists. The popularity of the Trolltunga hike makes the trail busy, especially in the high season. Luckily, there is another way of hiking Trolltunga and admiring the views – by climbing the wall of Trolltunga via Ferrata. And you don’t even have to have any climbing experience! It’s an adventurous off-the-beaten way of getting to the famous rock and so much fun. Check out how you can climb Trolltunga via Ferrata yourself.

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