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#1 of 58 Nature & Parks in Oslo
If you love nature, forest, hills, lakes, and hiking, trail-running and cross-country skiing, the Oslo Marka is your paradise !
Great walks in beautiful nature at all times of the year.
#2 of 58 Nature & Parks in Oslo
You can walk, ski, picnic by a lake, cycle, go to the various cafes, restaurants or even the upmarket Holmenkollen Park Hotell.
Next time we'll try to get a detailed map of the area though ... Wild nature next to a big city is very special !
#3 of 58 Nature & Parks in Oslo
Magnificent park easy to walk sculptures amazing!! Bridge of sculptures but monolith my favorite.. flowers mostly roses were beautiful.
Statues adorn the park everywhere; they are naked and depict all facets of humanity from relationships to life and death..... Wonderful park with gorgeous gardens, flowers, fountains and lots of green space.
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#4 of 58 Nature & Parks in Oslo
There is plenty of car parking here but best of all is a chalet type building near the car parks that sells snacks and drinks including absolutely delicious fresh, warm waffles.
Very nice place,very beautiful, peaceful n divine pure nature.one
#5 of 58 Nature & Parks in Oslo
Once you hire the sled you do your own thing the mountain isn't run by anyone it's a public area so a lot of exploring snow, speed, nature, laughs.. a very good day
#6 of 58 Nature & Parks in Oslo
Vigeland sculpture park - an amazing creation by the sculptor Gustav Vigeland made between the 1920's and 1943, - is the world's largest sculpture park by one artist.
The park contains 212 bronze and granite sculptures created by Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland I visited this park in summer and it was great time to feel something energetic and fresh after snowy winters.
#7 of 58 Nature & Parks in Oslo
The island (peninsula, actually) boast parks, trails, restaurants, beautiful homes (including ambassadors' residences), and a number of museums, including the fascinating Norsk Volkemuseum of living history.
This peninsula offers a multitude of activities from great museums, wonderful nature and architecture to biking, walking and swimming (some of these are perhaps best for the summer time!).
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#8 of 58 Nature & Parks in Oslo
Really quiet, lovely park with some excellent (and some just interesting!) sculptures along the way... also provides wonderful views of the city and the islands.
Our guide Joanna gave us a fantastic journey through the history of the park and the artistic works made by great artists.
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#9 of 58 Nature & Parks in Oslo
You can go sailing, paddeling, hop on a ferry trip to the islands, take a ferry to the museums, go to one of the nude beaches, all in all just enjoy the nature and the scenery.
Searun trout, cod, blackeye, mackerell, seabass the list goes on.. Huge amount of easily available fishing spots, take aferry out to one of the small islands.. Park the kids at some beach and just go fishing.. Bea...
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#10 of 58 Nature & Parks in Oslo
Perfect for nature walks and sitting by the sea
A well kept nature reserve with lots of picnic and BBQ areas and different areas for bathing.
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#11 of 58 Nature & Parks in Oslo
When you follow this river you will discover a world with impressing waterfalls but also lovely modern architecture, historic buildings and nice parks.
Go north a km or so on the west side and you will come to the larger falls, some museums and a large wooden bridge to a coffee shop and a bronze statue on the east side in the park.
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#12 of 58 Nature & Parks in Oslo
As it is close to the end of ski season the slopes were as expected however all in all we had a great few days fun at the Vinter park! Highly recommend a visit, the views of Oslo are postcard worthy!
The runs at the top of the park are fun, fairly easy runs with good variation and plenty of space, there is also some ramps and a half pipe if you're looking for more excitement!
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#13 of 58 Nature & Parks in Oslo
The castle and the castle park is the home of Norway’s king and queen, and also a symbol of Norway’s royalty.
A beautiful park of 22 hectares with mature trees, ponds and gardens which surrounds the official palace, home of the King and Queen.
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Huk
#15 of 58 Nature & Parks in Oslo
Huk has it all, huge parking (costs money though), a beautiful park, lawn, sandy beaches, various sports opportunities, great restaurant, pier, showers and a fantastic view.
A straight road between two car parks take you past a volleyball and a basketball court, a series of free toilets( rarity in Oslo) to the Textile beach.
#16 of 58 Nature & Parks in Oslo
By car, you need to park in the parking house a couple of hundred metres back.
#17 of 58 Nature & Parks in Oslo
We love visiting the reptile park and will be going again.
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#18 of 58 Nature & Parks in Oslo
This lake is a natural park where thousands of birds of all type stop by (and for many of them get their little ones) on their way down south or up north depending on the season.
A peaceful place for people appreciating nature.
#19 of 58 Nature & Parks in Oslo
The park includes a music pavilion, a beer garden, and statues of famous Norwegians including Henrik Ibsen and Ludvig Holberg.
#20 of 58 Nature & Parks in Oslo
The island was really worth a visit because of the calm nature and small traditional idyllic houses.
#21 of 58 Nature & Parks in Oslo
The park was full of families enjoying picnics, young people with guitars and snap-happy tourists like us armed with cameras.
Even though autumn had taken full swing, the park was still beautiful and in immaculate condition.
#22 of 58 Nature & Parks in Oslo
For travelers going to the Ekeberg Park (Parken) you will find several great views from there as well, my favorite is closer to the entrance available by trams # 18 and #19, which appears to be where the German oc...
The nearby Ekeberg Park has some excellent vantage points.
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A guaranteed stress buster and one of the many free treats of nature one can enjoy from Oslo.