Cruises to Oslo

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Baltic Discovery

  • 21 Aug 2020
  • 16 nights
  • Ship: Arcadia
  • No-Fly Cruise

Itinerary: Southampton, Skagen, Copenhagen, Gdynia, Visby, St.Petersburg, Klaipeda, Oslo, Kristiansand, Southampton

Includes: Bonus on board spend*, choice of car parking, on board spend or coach transfers*, no-fly cruising, fantastic destinations*

Inside from £1,619pp

The No-fly Northern Europe Capital Cities

  • 23 Apr 2020
  • 10 nights
  • Ship: Celebrity Apex
  • No-Fly Cruise

Itinerary: Southampton, Bruges, Zeebrugge, Amsterdam, Warnemunde (For Berlin), Copenhagen, Oslo, Le Havre (Paris), Southampton

Includes: Gratuities included*, free on board spend of up to $500*, free drinks package*, free premium drinks package & unlimited wifi for suites*

Incredible savings
Inside from £599pp

Christmas Markets

  • 29 Nov 2019
  • 9 nights
  • Ship: Balmoral
  • No-Fly Cruise

Itinerary: Southampton, Zeebrugge (For Bruges), Belgium, Oslo, Norway, Copenhagen, Denmark, Warnemunde, Germany, Hamburg, Germany, Southampton

Includes: Incredible savings*, pound sterling on board*, small ship cruising*, 25th anniversary cruise miles boost*

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Museums, masterpieces and mesmerising views

Opera House, Oslo

Opera House, Oslo

Oslo Sculpture Park

Oslo Sculpture Park

Akershus Fortress, Oslo

Akershus Fortress, Oslo

Vigeland Sculpture Park, Oslo

Vigeland Sculpture Park, Oslo

Wooden Village, Oslo

Wooden Village, Oslo

ROL Cruise recommends...

1. See real Viking ships

Go to Oslo to see some of the best preserved Viking ships in the world. Once used as tombs for members of the nobility, the buried ships were excavated between the end of the nineteenth and the beginning of the twentieth century. The oak ships, some of which are more than 20 metres long, are on display at the city’s Museum of Cultural History.

2. Marvel at Norwegian artworks (including The Scream)

The Norwegian painter Edvard Munch grew up in Oslo and donated all of his works to the city after his death. Head to the National Gallery to see the most famous version of his painting The Scream, along with artworks by other Norwegian and international artists. To enjoy art in the great outdoors, visit Frogner Park. Featuring more than 200 sculptures by Gustav Vigeland, it is the world’s largest sculpture park made by a single artist.

3. Visit the Akershus Castle and Fortress

Situated close to the port, a look around the Akershus Castle and Fortress is ideal if your ship is docking at Akershus. This medieval building originates from the fourteenth century and was one of the most important Norwegian castles of the period. It has since been used as a prison, as well as the resting place of important members of the country’s royal family. While you’re there, take a look around the nearby Norwegian Armed Forces Museum and Norway’s Resistance Museum.

4. Admire the impressive Oslo Opera House

Built in such a way that it appears to rise from the water, the striking Oslo Opera House was completed in 2008 but has quickly become one of the city’s most memorable and photographed landmarks. Visitors are welcome to walk up onto the roof to enjoy panoramic views of the city, while scheduled guided tours will take you into some of the building’s 1,100 rooms.

5. Explore the Bygdøy peninsula

Not far from the city centre, the Bygdøy peninsula offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy Norway’s natural beauty. Join a ferry tour for stunning views across the bay or wander around by foot and admire the quaint Norwegian houses amongst luscious forests and beautiful parkland. Bygdøy is also where you’ll find some of the city’s best museums. Make sure you visit the popular Fram Museum, where you can learn all about Norwegian polar exploration and go on board the first ship to visit the South Pole.