Cultural, lively, diverse.

While much of your Norway cruise will be about discovering one of Mother Nature’s greatest creations, the fjords – Oslo is all about enjoying the urban life for a few hours.

This city offers a significant number of art galleries and museums to lose yourself in - don’t miss Oslo City Museum, the Norwegian Folk Museum and the National Gallery.

When your feet are tired and all that wandering around galleries has made you hungry – lucky you Because Oslo is home to a formidable restaurant, bar and café scene, which is one of the reasons it feels so exciting. Our recommendations? For a bite to eat and a drink with atmosphere, head to Parkteatret, in the Grunerlokka neighbourhood. It was originally Norway’s first cinema in 1907 and is now one of the city’s most significant concert and music venues.

Your Oslo cruise will show you another side to Norway and introduce you to the vibrant life of Scandinavia’s cool, cultural cities.

Weather & what to pack

Thanks to the Gulf Stream, Oslo is a lot warmer than you might be expecting. The summers in Oslo last from June to August, with temperatures staying in the high teens and early twenties Celsius. Winters in Oslo can be cold though, so depending on the time of year you take your Oslo cruise, you’ll need warm layers, a scarf and gloves. When you get too chilly, you can always return to the luxurious comfort of your Celebrity Cruises ship!


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