Oslo - Final Weekend Host City
Welcome to the capital of Norway!
Oslo consists of a beautiful mixture of nature and urban city life. The city is surrounded by the Marka Forest and the Oslo Fjord, both connected by a number of waterways. Oslo's approach to conserving its natural areas and restoring its waterway network is just one of the many reasons why it won the 'European Green Capital Award' for 2019.
Oslo offers miles and miles of cross-country ski trails, or maybe you would like to test ice-skating in Spikersuppa or your downhill skiing skills in Tryvann? Not enough action? Try speeding down the 2-kilometre long sled-run Korketrekkeren!
Oslo's cityscape is being redeveloped as a modern city with various access points, an extensive metro system with a new financial district and a cultural city. The capital has more than 40 museums, including The Munch Museum and beautiful outdoor attractions such as the Akershus Fortress and Vigeland Sculpture Park.
If you want to go shopping, you can visit Karl Johan. Karl Johan is the main street where you find chain stores such as H&M and Zara and a high-end shopping mall called Eger. At the top of the street you will find the Royal Palace. If you like a more urban environment, you should go to Grünerløkka, where you can find original design shops and many vintage and second-hand stores. Grünerløkka is also full of cozy cafés, restaurants and bars.
Oslo offers accommodation in every price category, including hotels, hostels, guest houses and camp sites. The same goes for restaurants. You can find everything from exclusive restaurants at Tjuvholmen to food trucks in Torggata. In the evening, enjoy the nightlife, the restaurants and Oslo's exceptional music scene.
Whether you’re exploring your own city or visiting from a far, welcome to adventures, tasty days and exciting events in Oslo, Norway’s largest city!
The venue: Telenor Arena
Telenor Arena is Norway’s leading indoors multipurpose arena for concerts, events, exhibitions, sports, family shows and more. For the Women's EHF EURO 2020, Telenor Arena will be set up to house more than 12,000 spectators per match during the final weekend.