18 Mar - 25 Sep: DailyDuration
2 HoursStart time
18 Mar - 24 Jun: 10:30am, 1:00pm and 3:30pm
25 Jun - 21 Aug: 10:30am, 11:30am, 1:00pm, 2:00pm, 3:30pm and 4:30pm
22 Aug - 25 Sep: 10:30am, 1:00pm and 3:30pm
Duration: 2 hours
The cruise starts from Rådhusbrygge 3 (pier 3) waterfront of the Oslo City Hall.
Please report at the meeting point 15 minutes before the start time. This is mandatory to allow time for pre-departure briefing.
The tour ends at the starting point
Oslo is a city where a bustling commercial centre and unspoiled natural beauty really exist side by side. Experience this for yourself on a tour of the stunning Oslo fjord. A boat tour along the Oslo fjord is the best way to experience the stunning beauty of the rugged Norwegian coastline.
Travel through a pristine paradise, relaxing as the boat sails past the picturesque islands in the inner part of Oslo fjord. Admire the imposing Akershus Fortress which was used to protect Oslo from attacks from the sea.
The tour starts from Rådhusbrygge 3 (pier 3) waterfront of the Oslo City Hall. Sail along the Fjord, past a maze of green islands dotted with picturesque summer houses.
En route, see the Akershus Fortress which was not just a military fortress but has also been used as a prison. You will go past the modern Oslo Opera House and through a maze of islands with small summer houses, which demonstrate a blend of modern and ancient building styles. The boat passes close to the peninsula of Bygdøy, housing many interesting museums as well as beaches such as Huk Bay. See the Maritime Museum with its veteran sailing ships moored outside, and the impressive Fram Museum, housing the polar ship of the same name.
The area is known for its stunning beauty, so be sure to bring your camera along.
The tour ends at the starting point.
Please call the tour operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming departure details.
The two-hour was an eye-opener as detailed information about sites and other attractions was just detail enough for everyone. The atmosphere amongst passengers on-board was...Joseph Ohimor