Oslo Free Walking Tour

Oslo free walking tour walks you through the capital city of Norway and is situated on the country’s southeastern coast. It is known for its stunning natural surroundings, including the fjords and mountains that surround the city, and its rich cultural heritage. The city has a vibrant arts and cultural scene, with numerous museums and galleries showcasing Norway’s unique history and cultural traditions. The famous Munch Museum is also located in Oslo, which holds an extensive collection of works by famous Norwegian painter Edvard Munch, including his iconic painting “The Scream.” Additionally, the city’s vibrant streets and squares are lined with shops, restaurants, and cafes that offer a taste of the city’s diverse and thriving food culture.

General information

Meeting point: Royal Palace

Start times: 11:00 hrs / 18:00 hrs

Duration: 2 hours

Language: English

Availability: Everyday

Price: Tip only basis

Important: Please remember to check your ticket after booking to ensure you don’t miss any updates from your guide.

Free Walking Tour Oslo – Itinerary

Free walking tour Oslo starts at the Royal Palace, where visitors can admire the building’s neoclassical architecture and the beautiful gardens surrounding it. From there, walk down Karl Johans Gate, the city’s main street, and admire the historic buildings and shops lining the street.

Next, head to the Vigeland Park, one of the largest sculpture parks in the world, and take a stroll through its lush greenery and peaceful lakes. The park is famous for its more than 200 sculptures created by Gustav Vigeland, which showcase human emotions and relationships in creative and thought-provoking ways.

After leaving the park, visit the Munch Museum, dedicated to the works of the famous Norwegian painter Edvard Munch, and admire his famous painting “The Scream”. End the tour at the Akershus Fortress, which has served as a military base, prison, and royal castle throughout its history, and offers stunning views of the city and the fjord.