How about planning a visit in Oslo in July? If you are wondering, why you should arrive during the summer months then keep reading as we have rounded up the most exciting things to do in Oslo in July.
In the month of July, you will experience an average temperature of 20°C (68°F). Occasionally, the temperature could reach 33°C (90°F). You can also expect rains and the average rainfall in July is 82mm. The summer months are just perfect to enjoy beach activities, swimming, and some other super cool activities.
In July, you can celebrate food and you will be spoilt for choice at Norway's biggest food festival, the Gladmat 2017. The food festival is a wonderful platform for over 250,000 foodies, chefs, and families from all over the globe coming together for a celebration of global gastronomy and Norwegian cuisine. So, whether it is an Asian-style herring tempura or a king crab taco, you can experience the food magic at this food festival.
After a hearty gastronomic treat, take out time to treat your soul with some stunning art exhibitions at the Astrup Fearnley Museet (Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art). In July, you can admire the art works at 'The World is Made of Stories' and the 'Chinese Summer' exhibitions.
Get ready for some city sightseeing tours and visit the Bygdoy Peninsula, a popular recreation spot where you can enjoy the beaches, play volleyball, and also go biking. Also, take out time to explore the Oslo Fjord and top sites like the Holmenkollen Ski Museum, one of the oldest ski museums in the world.