If you’re on a search for the most incredible city adventure in the middle of the famous Norwegian fjords, Oslo is one beautiful choice. Mixed, modern architecture, clean facades, electric cars, Michelin restaurants, sculpture parks, Noble Prize scene and much much more. Not the cheapest city to visit in Europe, that’s correct. But, if your budget is limited, you can still enjoy the local customs, architecture and Oslfjord through various free experiences and activities. There are plenty of free things to do in Oslo.
Oslo is so beautiful! Still, a rather expensive city to visit, explore and fully enjoy. But, thankfully, magical fjords sightseeing, delicious Norwegian food and art museums can all come with a discount when using Oslo Pass.
Considering that on Mondays most museums are closed, we used the Oslo pass at the beginning of our trip. More specifically, from Friday to Sunday. And kept a bunch of free things to do and see in Oslo (without a pass) for a Monday morning.