Review date: 26.02.2018 21:47
The history of Oslo dates back to the time of the Vikings. Oslo is divided into a eastern and a western part by the river Akerselva. Along the river there is a path which passes by nice parks and a large waterfall. In the western part of Oslo you can find the King’s Residence, the University and the main shopping street with luxurious stores.


Flat Hilly Single hill
Lake Land area Seaside River

Public transport


Barrier-free Broken pavements Smooth pavements Cobblestones

Baby friendly activities

Amusement Park Aquapark Aquarium Botanical gardens Beach Lookout Tower Park ZOO


Places in Oslo

Viking Ship Museum

Barrier-free access NO    Baby care room YES   
Review date: 26.02.2018 21:47

This small museum houses three boats found by archaeologists, all of them built in the 19th century and made of oak. One of the ships served as a coffin for the wife of a Viking...

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Frogner Park

Barrier-free access YES    Baby care room YES   
Review date: 26.02.2018 21:47

The Frogner Park, the largest park in Oslo, is a popular recreational area. Within the park you can find the Vigeland Sculpture Park, one of Oslo's most popular attractions. The...

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