From 15 August, the Scandinavian airline SAS is re-launching the direct connection to Oslo from Berlin-Brandenburg to its flight schedule. It will fly from BER to the Norwegian capital five times a week: on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays. It takes a good 1.5 hours to fly non-stop to the metropolis in the far north.
The Norwegian capital impresses visitors with its picturesque location on the Oslofjord and the surrounding green hills. Oslo is also rich in cultural gems, including the Opera House, an architectural masterpiece with a breathtaking view of the sea, and the Akershus Fortress, a medieval structure that towers majestically over the harbour. Also worth visiting are the impressive Edvard Munch Museum, where you can see the iconic painting “The Scream”, and the unique Vigeland Sculpture Park, which houses more than 200 works by sculptor Gustav Vigeland in a beautiful park.
The surrounding forests and hills also invite you to go on long hikes, and in winter to go skiing. The Norwegian capital delights visitors with its unique combination of breathtaking nature, fascinating culture and lively atmosphere.
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