Oslo Itinerary 2 Days

Explore the best places to visit in 2 days in Oslo with this travel itinerary for a memorable experience!

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2 Days in Oslo - Perfect Weekend Guide

Norway has always been one of the top choices for the avid travelers from around the world, and when it comes to the most stunning cities of Norway, Oslo has always been in the list. Oslo is considered as the most populous city of Norway. This capital city of Norway is famous for its museums, picturesque waterfront, and fjord. The Nordic city of Oslo has a lot to do for tourists, shopaholics, and food lovers. But if you are a busy bee and do not have a lot of time, plan a 2-day trip to Oslo and check this Oslo Itinerary for 2 days for your reference.

What to pack for 2 days in Oslo vacation?

As you are going on a 2 days Oslo vacation, compact luggage is ideal. Carry a backpack that can fit in your belongings or choose a compact trolley bag. You only need one pair of shoes that you're wearing, make sure you pick sturdy ones for all the walking and sightseeing. Check the live weather of Oslo and pack just what's needed! Do not forget to bring extra batteries for your camera, you won't have time to move back-n-forth to your room to charge them. Pro Tips: Carry your Passport and photo identification proof with you at all times. Carry a Oslo local map, a hard copy or in your phone.

Are 2 days enough to explore Oslo?

It is slightly difficult to explore the entire city in 48 hours time, but you can easily visit the hand-picked 8-10 points of interest in Oslo on your trip. You will have to travel a bit if you want to cover all the popular places in Oslo within 2 days. So, if you have any particular place in mind, then plan your Oslo visit accordingly. If it is a weekend trip, check for special events happening and plan accordingly.

Trip Budget for a weekend trip to Oslo?

Oslo weekend itinerary budget would vary from is USD 404 to USD 890 as per your choices. There are enough free places in Oslo to ensure that unless there’s an exhibition or event you really want to see, paying is unnecessary.

How to spend 2 days in Oslo?

Day 1: Art and History Museums

It would be a good idea to spend the first day of your 48 hours in Oslo in admiring the Nordic art and indulging in the history and culture of Norway. You can do this by visiting various art and history museums of Oslo.

Vigeland Sculpture Park

Home to over 200 sculptures made by Gustav Vigeland, Vigeland Sculpture Park is known as the largest open-air sculpture park made by a single artist in the world. The sculptures are the works of iron, granite, and bronze. Some of the well-known sculptures here are The Angry Boy and The Wheel of Life. Open to the tourists all year round, this sculpture park is located in the Frogner Park.

Norwegian Museum of Cultural History

You can spend the afternoon of your first day in Oslo at Norwegian Museum of Cultural History. This open-air museum features a huge collection of artifacts providing glimpse of the culture and history of Norway. There are 150 buildings in this open-air museum that were relocated from different areas.

Viking Ship Museum

Discover the interesting facts about the 1100 years old ships at Viking Ship Museum. This museum is a part of the University of Oslo and displays a large collection of archaeological finds from the Viking period. The museum also houses Viking burial chamber.

Fram Museum and Norwegian Maritime Museum

On the first day of your forty-eight hours in Oslo, these museums are also worth-visiting. While the Fram Museum is a great place to know about the Norwegian polar exploration, the maritime museum provides information about ship building, marine archaeology, and fishing.

Nightlife in Oslo

After roaming around the city of Oslo exploring its cultural and historical tales, you would like to experience the nightlife of Oslo. For this, you can catch a live music concert at Rockfeller or party at one of the pubs like the London Pub, Cafe Amsterdam, The Scotsman, Magic Ice Bar, or Queens Pub.

Day 2: Landmarks and Natural Beauty

While you are spending 2 days in Oslo, your trip will not be complete without exploring the “Royal” side of the city and capturing the natural beauty that surround it.

Akershus Fortress

Start afresh in the morning by visiting the spectacular fortress of Oslo, Akershus Fortress. The fortress dates back to the 13th century and was rebuilt in the Renaissance style. The fortress has also been served as a residence of the royal family and a prison to the war prisoners. You can also enjoy the audio tour that will give you the historical facts about it.

Oslo Reptile Park

If you are looking for something unique in Oslo, visit the Reptile Park of the city. This park houses a number of reptiles along with various kinds of birds, mammals, and other animals. You can also attend the feeding show here at 5pm. From here, you can head to various museums and galleries located nearby.

Harbor Cruise

Another exciting thing to enjoy in Oslo is its Harbor Cruise. The skies over the Norwegian city become gorgeous as the evening approaches. This is the time when you should take a cruise on the fjord and enjoy the panoramic views of the harbor. A cup of coffee on the cruise will add more to your experience.

From museums to castles and exciting nightlife, the city of Oslo has something for everyone. This 2 days Oslo Itinerary will help you see the best of it.

Money saving tips for Oslo weekend itinerary:

  • Skip the restaurants and cafes for street vendors and supermarkets
  • Get 2 Day Oslo transport Pass if possible which offers free public transport, free entrance to the recommended attractions
  • Couchsurfing is a great way to save loads on accommodation expenses
  • Spend More Time In Fewer Places of Oslo

Where to eat in Oslo if you've 48 hours?

48 hours to enjoy the culinary delights of Oslo and the best you can do is opt for a buffet that offers local variety at a reasonable rate.

Where to stay in Oslo for a weekend?

You can book a hotel or apartment close to the viking ship museum and this would save you lot of time for 2 days trip. You can also opt homestays to stay in Oslo. Prices for the same may be slightly steep, but it is the convenience that matters!

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