Oslo in Norway is known to the world as the land of the Midnight Sun. This historic city gets this title because they have a long daylight period during Summer, hence, very short nights. This country has a millennium’s worth of history to study and is great for those who love historical sites.
Drop by the award winning Oslo Opera House for its architecture, and home to the national opera and ballet. If you are into music, pay the Oslo Concert Hall a visit to enjoy the Philharmonic Orchestra.
If you are looking to learn more about history, go to the Emmanuel Vigeland Museum where it portrays the conception of human life.
Nightlife in Norway happens mainly after midnight. This is because the locals normally gather together and have a ‘pre-party’ before heading off to the clubs. Head to Oslo club scene round midnight to meet other locals and have some fun. Check local listings for what’s hot now so you get a taste of the latest and hippest offerings.
Oslo has a humid continental climate. If you enjoy the summer climate, the best time to head to Oslo is between June and July. This is when most of the attractions are open to tourists and you’ll always find tons of things to do in Oslo during this period.
If you prefer fewer crowds, then you should come to Oslo during the shoulder periods of May, August and September, a great time for your sight-seeing adventures in the city.
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