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George & Marney Wilde's Cruise Blog

Northern Europe Explorer: 24 Days

May 22-June 15 2011

Oslo Norway I, part 1

Google Interactive Map: The Big Picture

Google Interactive Map: Oslo

Oslo II: Froegner Park

BELOW: Oslo City Hall, Opera House, City Views, Eurodam in port

This Oslo I slide show with Folk Art photos continues HERE.


City Walk: Cruise Terminal to Waterfront via City Hall

Local ferry to Folk Art Museum

Oslo 1


On our own; public ferry

Why Selected?

Rick Steves recommended route

Photo Slide Show: 22 photos; click anywhere in the photo to advance.


The Opera House may be visible from the cruise terminal, depending on where the ship is docked; it's a huge structure with predominent glass features and a pedestrian walk-around that's heavily used. City Hall is well worth a visit; follow the signs to enter at the public entrance.

A good summary of Oslo attractions is on Rick Steves' website


Pleasant walk to the ferry; ferry tickets are bought onboard the vessel. The ferry continues on to an additional stop that serves other museums; the ferry guide can answer questions. Consider following the waterfront path to the ferry; walk via the downtown route back to the cruise terminal to see more of the city.

Photos by George Wilde © 2011
Web design and text: Marney Wilde • Map layout: George Wilde;
© 2011 by Marney & George Wilde
Web design and text: Marney Wilde • Map layout: George Wilde