36 Hours in Oslo: a Weekend in Winter Wonderland

36 Hours in Oslo: a Weekend in Winter Wonderland

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  • Pavla says:

    This is exciting! I am worried that jet lag would make me super tired, as it always does. But I would love to do something like that.
    Next time you go to Europe, check out if there is Use-It map for the city you are visiting! You can download them here http://www.use-it.travel/home, or just look at it before your departure or pick it up for free in some info places. I traveled with them through Belgium when I was interning there and I swear they have no competition! They show you the city as seen by locals and give you cool places to eat, drink and see. Highly recommend it!

  • Kelly says:

    You have seriously perfected the art of weekend getaways! If only Norwegian airlines (or any budget European airline) flew out of Houston :( Too far from the coast I guess. Totally jealous of your Olso adventure!

  • Diana says:

    I love Oslo! My favorite part was Grunerlokka. I actually ended up there by accident after randomly walking around looking for a coffee shop! Norwegian Airlines makes traveling to Scandinavia so cheap, I am extremely tempted to go every other long weekend.

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