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Oslo, Norway
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 7 April 2016

My boyfriend Ben and I caught the DFDS Ferry from Copenhagen to Oslo. As we got out our of our taxi our driver said, ‘finito, bambino’. Exactement - bye bye Copenhagen - Oslo here we come! This was the most fun thing I have ever...More

29  Thank Christopher-Hus... B
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 6 January 2016

We went to Norway in December, a time during which most of the fjord tours are closed in more scenic parts of Norway. So to complete our trip, we took oslo fjord. What a mistake, especially during winter. The boat gives a brief sight seeing...More

5  Thank swaraj1950
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Although not as mountainous as the West Coast Fjords, Oslo Fjord is in it's own right very attractive. The fjord reaches almost into the city centre. The fjord has many small islands to see and explore but a boat will be required to get to...More

Thank Laughingbear
Reviewed 1 week ago

Just to see a part of Oslo Fjord from the Townhall is so good. The Fjors is one of the most beautifull places you can find - and if an opportunity comes to have a boattrip on the Fjors I will do it. Another way...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

If you like nature, and like bodies of water and boat rides you are sure to have a tremendous time. Make sure you dress warm if you are not going during summer months as it can get quite chilly . I found myself going inside...More

Thank Fr0stByte
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

As it was November it was a little chilly on the boat but they were so lovely and gave us blankets. All snuggled up and ready to go off we set around the islands. We had a smaller bit which meant we could get to...More

Thank Timbythepool
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We went in October so very cold but the views were worth it. Rug up warm or sit inside in the warm. worth going

Thank George H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

So the Oslo fjord might not be the spectacular glaciers and Mountains diving straight down into the ocean like the spectacular fjords of Western Norway. But it has its own charm, specially with the beautiful special small Islands every where called "Skjærgården". A boat ride...More

Thank gibsonwushu
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We took a boat with standard trip and enjoyed it a lot! Quite unique impression about geography and people utilizing it. Highly recommended. May be cold and windy - be ready!!!

Thank michaelsZ9233FB
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I had an unforgettable experience. I enjoyed every bit of the services I paid for. I'll be back some other times.

Thank lakeykaren
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Pick a fine day for the cruise, there a several operators. A fjord tour is a must. When planning to take such a tour be aware of the reduced schedule during off-peak season (and book early in high season).

Thank Flowwolf
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

This was like a harbour cruise around the Oslo fjord. The commentary was interesting and informative. The boat was comfortable and scenery, with Fall colours, was wonderful. Strongly recommend.

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Thomas F
2 May 2018|
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Response from Researchscholar007 | Reviewed this property |
Both has its own charm, i dne neither so cant give my first hand exp. If i hv to choose, i wd take one route while going n other while return. Chk the train timing n days, they dnt operate on saturdays!!!
27 October 2017|
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Response from kristinoslo2015 | Reviewed this property |
You can by the tickets from the machine at the ferry stop. You can use credit cards. You can also by from the app ruter bilett and plan your trip with ruter reise. The Feries are part of the normal public travel offer. You... More
TAnvi J
5 July 2017|
Response from aussieannAdelaide | Reviewed this property |
We were there for a very short period two nights from memory so really only one full day and it was in January. We took a cruise over the fiord and I highly recommend that. Not sure when you are going but in January it was... More