Oslo’s most famous sights are yours for the taking on this trip. It kicks off with a drive towards Holmenkollen Hills, a world-famous ski-jumping area. From here, the views are phenomenal. See the city spread out below you in true toy-town fashion, then lift your gaze to the glassy waters of the Oslofjord. After that, you’ll head for Vigeland Sculpture Park. Famous sculptor, Gustav Vigeland, is the man behind this gigantic outdoor art gallery, which has 200 sculptures plotted across 32 hectares. You’ll have plenty of time to wander through the park, capturing on camera towering human figures carved from stone, bronze and iron. The piece de resistance is undoubtedly the monolith, standing tall at 17 metres. From a distance it just looks like a huge granite block. Look a little closer though and you’ll see the twisted forms of 121 figures.
There are steps in Vigeland Sculpture park.
- SUITABILITY Moderate physical activity.