Sights Oslo, Norway

Oslo, Norway
What really ought to see in Oslo, is the fortress Arkeshus - a medieval fortress and castle, built around 1300. Castle Arkeshus particularly striking. It is a cave with a small dark cells, where the medieval know kept under lock and key; luxurious upper floors with spacious halls and rooms, chapel, stores the power of kings Haakon VII, Olav V, which is still used for events involving the Kings. During the Second World War, the Nazis used Arkeshus as prisons and executions, and now the site of the Norwegian Resistance Museum, which gives a vivid picture of the German occupation and against the Norwegians against it. Vigeland Park - sea of green vegetation and ponds with ducks. Walk of shady trees - an ideal place for recreation, walks and picnics in the bosom of nature. To get a more detailed view of Vigeland, visit Vigelandsky Museum, which is located near the park.

Other attractions include: the National Theater with a lounge-style Rokkoko, built a century ago specifically to play Ibsen, Munch Museum, which houses over 5000 paintings and drawings bequeathed to the city by various celebrities. The most famous painting Munch - "Scream" has been moved to the National Gallery, which was evacuated for a short unexpected holiday in 1994.

Ten-minute journey by ferry across the harbor will take you back Bigdoy. On the peninsula you can see: amazing attractions, Norway's largest outdoor museum of national art, maritime museums with those found in the excavation of Viking ships, Thor Heyerdahl's raft, the Kon-Tiki ", the restored wooden church, a couple of good beaches. By public transport you can easily get to Nordmark - "wild" places along the border of Oslo, crossed by hiking trails and ski.

Rizor. This is the focus of the historic white houses, built around a small fishing coves - one of the most picturesque villages in Norway. At an inexpensive water taxi you can visit the nearby islands. One of these islands - Stangholmen - famous for its old lighthouse, which contains a restaurant and bar. Central Norway. The historical center of Bergen permeated cultural atmosphere, which greatly contributes to the little house with red roofs. Here is a pleasant stroll and admire the western fjords. From here you can go to Soneford, the longest (200 km) and deep (1300 km) fjord in Norway; Hardagener the fjord, ice massif.

Yostedalsbren, waterfalls in Geirangerfjord and Trollveggen, rocky and covered with clouds near the top of Andalsnesa, which remains a real challenge for the Norwegian climbers. In addition to the above mentioned resorts, beautiful national parks, road routes, paved in the most exciting places of Norwegian nature.

Romsey. Snow-covered mountains form a picturesque background to this city, erected in the heyday of construction, and Tromso Museum - a great place to study the culture of Lappa.