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“It was raining throughout the 2 hours cruise, otherwise it would be great.”
Bright spring sunshine, summer seaside fun, autumn colours and winter landscapes. Boat sightseeing tours - daily departures from Oslo, Radhusbrygge 2, all year round. 2 hour boat trip on the Oslo Fjord, also arrival at the museums of Bygdoy. 3 hour...more
Raadhusbrygge 2 1 | (Pier just below City Hall), Oslo 0160, Norway
The sightseeing cruise lasted for 2 hours around Oslo fjord. We had our sandwich lunch and hot coffee in deck the cruise ship. Drinks could be purchased on board the boat. Blankets were provided. The cruise was awesome admiring the fjord and bays, the bath...More
My husband and i had bought a 72 hour Oslo pass and were delighted to find out that this entitled us to use the hop on, hop off boat tours free!
We boarded the ship at the Opera House and sailed across to where the...More
Tour started with the water front and then went past the Opera House. Next we saw summer houses built into the cliff walls and the beginning of the fjords. Excellent narration and introduction to Oslo.
We took this trip beginning April, and it was still quite cold in Norway, with snow still visible in some areas. The boat is open, so if it is winter, then be prepared for that. They do provide blankets, and although they are thin they...More
Great tour if you want an up close experience of the fjords. 267 NOK for a 2 hour tour and if you want to stop off on the near island of Bygdoy for the museums, they can drop you off and pick you up a...More
We were told that it is a ferry. Turned out a big ship almost like a cruise line. It was clean and comfortable rooms. The waters were very calm and service was excellent. We were with the Robinson travel agent- Anna Knudsen. She was very...More
We were first going for "mini-cruise hop-on, hop-off" around Oslo fjord, but that can be run on a unassuming modern boat. We wanted a cruise on a real tall ship and this fjord trip delivered two hours of great sightseeing. If you can, get yourself...More
This is the best way to travel to some of the more out flung parts of Oslo and a brilliant way to enjoy and experience the Fjord. The people of Oslo love their Fjord and seem to be on it at all opportunities and so...More