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Combining urban and natural highlights, a trip to Oslo is often punctuated with strolls through the city’s various organic and concrete jungles. While the idea of hiking in Norway has long enticed outdoor enthusiasts, travellers will do well to spend at least three days in Oslo before exploring the rest of the country. After all, the nation’s capital is famed for its sculpture parks, modern architecture, art galleries and eclectic neighbourhoods – you’ll have no shortage of cultural points of interest to add to your Oslo itinerary.

 The city is so walkable and idyllic that many are often surprised they didn’t visit this beautiful European destination much sooner. In a single day, you can go island hopping in the Oslofjord, walk on the roof of Snøhetta’s Oslo Opera House, visit the Munch Museum and cap it all off with a picnic in Vigeland Sculpture Park.

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