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Do not miss the opportunity to visit this beautiful park when in Oslo. I am sure it is better to get there in summer like to many other places in Norway but even end of October was nice as it was sunny and still warm....More
Frogner park or Vigeland park are landmarks of the city.
One of the most visited spots attracts thousand of visitor.
A nice and relaxing place for the visitors and for the locals. An usual place for the families, specialy with smal chrildren to relax.
Yes, Wow, make this a must see when you visit Oslo. You could make this a day trip with so many things to see and do. Take a picnic lunch and some wine and enjoy the park. Use the hop on/off bus to get there...More
This was suggested by a classmate, who recently visited Oslo to visit family. I know I had to have been here at least 4 hours. The roses and dahlias were in full bloom --- gorgeous. What a great way to spend an afternoon....or morning. i...More
Oslo may not be the first city that springs to mind when thinking about the celebration of the human form, but Frogner Park changes that perception. The Vigeland installation includes both bronze and granite sculptures of naked people in natural poses, the most famous being...More
Make sure you allow plenty of time to walk through the park as well as wonder at the statues. From the gates you can walk straight to the central feature - The Monolith. On your way, there are so many amazing works; each face tells...More
Response from Kaarina46 | Reviewed this property |
The public transportation in Oslo is indeed very efficient - check the webpage for ruter.no. You can also upload to your mobile the Ruter app which finds you the routes based on your location once you are in Oslo