My friends and I had a really quick trip to Oslo and I think it is enough to stay in the city for three days as there are only few things to see and do. We arrived a little bit later than expected because the airport is an hour and a half away from the city and we got a bit confused with their tube called T-Bane. During the first day, we spent most of our time in our apartment to rest and at night we went out to explore the city. We were astonished to see few people in the streets even on a weekend. It is completely the opposite of bustling London where most of the places are always busy.
Oslo is a beautiful city. It is so peaceful and definitely not your typical bustling crowd. I dont have any photos of the city centre but one thing I have observed is that there are numerous intriguing sculptures of naked human figures. Also, Oslo has tons of museums that strongly reflects their cultural values. We were not able to see all of them but we visited the Holmenkollen Ski Museum which is located inside Oslo's huge ski jump. It is actually the national pride for norweigans. Luckily, we were able to watch a biathlon competition in Holmenkollbakken.
Most of the photos are on top of Holmenkollbakken Ski Jump. I consider it as the most breathtaking view that I have ever seen so far. To be honest, this is the highlight of my whole trip in Oslo (lol). Moreover, Oslo is quite an expensive city too like London. Spending most of time in the city will certainly destroy your wallet. The only time i realised that i dont have enough cash is when i felt that my wallet is getting heavier because of the coins (yolo).
Anyway, i am travelling tomorrow morning to Dublin for St. Patrick's Day! I am beyond excited and cannot wait to share my experience with all of you. Cheers!