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2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2019
Loved Oslo, took a cab to the Viking Ship Museum and then another back to the harbor. Again, much cheaper than a shore excursion. There are taxi stands only a few blocks from the harbor. Unfortunately we didn't have very long in port ... Read More
Loved Oslo, took a cab to the Viking Ship Museum and then another back to the harbor. Again, much cheaper than a shore excursion. There are taxi stands only a few blocks from the harbor. Unfortunately we didn't have very long in port (7 AM - 1:30 PM) so I'm sure we missed a lot of this beautiful city. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2019
It was a Sunday. None of the shops were open. It was a very relaxing time strolling to the town to see the palace, central parks etc.
It was a Sunday. None of the shops were open. It was a very relaxing time strolling to the town to see the palace, central parks etc. Read Less
Sail Date: July 2019
We like this city very much, a quiet and beautiful sea port. Princess only gave us a few of hours so we just walked in the city by ourselves. Did not have time to see Viking Museum, instead visiting Nobel Peace Centre.
We like this city very much, a quiet and beautiful sea port. Princess only gave us a few of hours so we just walked in the city by ourselves. Did not have time to see Viking Museum, instead visiting Nobel Peace Centre. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: June 2019
This is a lovely clean city. Lots of building work. Opera house was nice to see as was the Place and old royal residence. Walked over 8 miles exploring. Lots of bars and restaurants. We will be visiting Oslo again when we get chance.
This is a lovely clean city. Lots of building work. Opera house was nice to see as was the Place and old royal residence. Walked over 8 miles exploring. Lots of bars and restaurants. We will be visiting Oslo again when we get chance. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2019
A shortish stop here (left at 3) but having been before and walked across to the Vigeland Sculpture Park (excellent) we just left the ship and headed into Akerhus Castle close by, which was interesting and good value, including a free ... Read More
A shortish stop here (left at 3) but having been before and walked across to the Vigeland Sculpture Park (excellent) we just left the ship and headed into Akerhus Castle close by, which was interesting and good value, including a free audio guide. Next time we will go to the viking museum. Lots to see in Oslo, not least the 3 hour sail into the Fjord. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: June 2019
The weather didn't help but we walked the roof of the Opera House in the evening sun and did the Explorers museum in the wet cold day (would recommend).
The weather didn't help but we walked the roof of the Opera House in the evening sun and did the Explorers museum in the wet cold day (would recommend). Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: June 2019
We went to the nobel prize and walked around the city - good value to walk for free rather than pay for an excursion that is simply stealing your money making up more fun things to do
We went to the nobel prize and walked around the city - good value to walk for free rather than pay for an excursion that is simply stealing your money making up more fun things to do Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2019
Our HOHO bus was cancelled due to Pride parade. However, the city is very walkable and we saw the Royal Palace, toured City Hall (impressive) and climbed to the top of the Opera House. The Akershus Fortress was right by the ship and was ... Read More
Our HOHO bus was cancelled due to Pride parade. However, the city is very walkable and we saw the Royal Palace, toured City Hall (impressive) and climbed to the top of the Opera House. The Akershus Fortress was right by the ship and was fun to wander in as well. Read Less
8 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2019
Ship arrived at 7 am and left at 2 pm, so we did not book an excursion. It docked right in the city near City Hall. We were able to walk to the Royal Palace (no entry) and to the Cathedral and the Opera house. We toured the Akerhus ... Read More
Ship arrived at 7 am and left at 2 pm, so we did not book an excursion. It docked right in the city near City Hall. We were able to walk to the Royal Palace (no entry) and to the Cathedral and the Opera house. We toured the Akerhus Castle. It was an easy tour with almost rustic interiors for a castle. We would have done more had there been more time. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2019
We had less than half a day port visit time in Oslo but ship docks right near center. Although we didn't end up booking excursion, took cab to Vigeland sculpture park to save time (but tram would have been MUCH cheaper if I'd ... Read More
We had less than half a day port visit time in Oslo but ship docks right near center. Although we didn't end up booking excursion, took cab to Vigeland sculpture park to save time (but tram would have been MUCH cheaper if I'd known, there's one right at entrance) which is a must. Again we took uber but Oslo streets are full of construction so that was a mistake. Maybe take HOHO bus or public transpo. It's a small city. Bike tour might also be nice, saw a vendor right outside ship. Opera house is amazing architecture -- gorgeous inside and out. Then we walked to Karl Johans Gate (touristy) but Grand hotel looked cool. Took pic at Nobel museum which leads you to harbor with good fish places for lunch. Some take boat excursions (didn't have time to go to viking museums island area) which could also be nice, but you'll also see nice, small "fjords" if you go on deck of Regal as you sail out-- amazing scenery, one of the best ports to watch either sailing in or sailing away from Oslo. Don't miss it! Read Less
Sail Date: May 2019
Prinsendam did not dock where the EXC guide told us it would. So there were no maps, there was no money exchange and no instructions of where we were or where we should go. There was one sign that pointed to "Downtown" with no ... Read More
Prinsendam did not dock where the EXC guide told us it would. So there were no maps, there was no money exchange and no instructions of where we were or where we should go. There was one sign that pointed to "Downtown" with no distance. The Hop on Hop off was there but where we were was not on their map. They told us this was a "special" stop for the ship. We took the Ho-Ho. The bus went through a tunnel that did not allow pedestrians. So it did not help us figure out how to get to where we were going. But the HO-HO took us to where we wanted to go. It was good for transportation but lousy for sightseeing. There were decals over the front window on the top deck and on the lower deck there were decals that blocked our view. We enjoyed Frogner Park, the Folk Museum, the Fram Museum and toe Opera House. The HO-HO stopped running before we ran out of Oslo so we stayed in the downtown area and took a cab back. It cost $30. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2019
Again, the ship docked right in the city centre. A small walk to the cathedral (which was free to enter) and plenty shops. Clean and tidy and not as cold as I expected!
Again, the ship docked right in the city centre. A small walk to the cathedral (which was free to enter) and plenty shops. Clean and tidy and not as cold as I expected! Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2019
It is a ski jump. I live by Squaw Valley, no big deal. Interesting fact, the 1952 record was less then a third of today's record. (advances in technology of skiis.)
It is a ski jump. I live by Squaw Valley, no big deal. Interesting fact, the 1952 record was less then a third of today's record. (advances in technology of skiis.) Read Less

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