Best time to go to Oslo
Its Baltic location means Oslo’s pretty cold in the winter. We’re talking low temperatures, with an average of 0°C from November to January. The summer flaunts great temperatures for city sightseeing, though. July’s the warmest month, with highs of 23°C. Visiting anytime from May to September usually means shorts and t-shirt weather. Plus, the summer’s the best time to visit if you want to swim in Oslo Fjord, before lounging in the sun on one of the city’s manmade beaches.