The Norwegian fjords are one of the top tourist destinations to visit on a cruise, and Oslo is one of the cruise ship destinations in Norway. Oslo cruise vessels can dock below the Akershus Fortress, which is 700 years old. The Akershus Castle boasts secret passages, dungeons, spell-bounding halls and crypts.
Since the cruise ships enter Oslo dock near the city centre, the major attractions can easily be accessed from the cruise terminal. Discovering this inspiring city on a cruise can be a thrilling and fulfilling adventure. Passengers visiting Oslo by international ferries, charter boats and cruise vessels can experience the journeys by the local commuter boats and ferries to the small cities and islands in the Oslo Fjord.
The tourists on an Oslo cruise can conveniently board ashore to take in the many experiences and varied colours of Oslo as the harbour is located close to the city centre. Oslo is a living testimony to the rich history and cultural legacy of Norway. The Viking Museum, large parks, shimmering lakes, 18th century fresco houses, ancient castles, abundance of natural beauty and a smattering of the old and new is the trademark signature of Oslo.
Embark on a cruise to Oslo and encounter the experience of a lifetime. Experience natural beauty and human life through the glorious sculptures by Gustave Vigeland at Frogner Park. Taste the heady flavour of the traditional fish soups, cured mutton leg and cloudberries with cream near the Akershus Castle at Aker Brygge.
Explore this inspiring and breathtaking city at a leisurely pace savouring the sights of Oslo. You might appreciate the services of Oslo car hire in this regard.