Itinerary: Classic incentive in Oslo

A classic three-day incentive taking in the capital's top sights from the Vigeland Sculpture Park to a cruise on the fjord.

Ekeberg view_(c) VisitOSLO_Rod Costa
Ekeberg view_(c) VisitOSLO_Rod Costa

Day 1

Arrival at Oslo International Airport. Transfer to Oslo by private luxury coach. Lunch is served at a local restaurant followed by a private backstage tour of the fabulous Opera House.

A vintage boat will pick you up for an early afternoon cruise on the fjord. Why not have dessert served on board? The cruise ends at trendy Tjuvholmen, where the fashionable The Thief Hotel is situated.

This evening, a welcome cocktail is served in the historical Akershus Fortress courtyard, followed by dinner at the new Restaurant Festningen.

Day 2

Today you will get to know Oslo!

Transport by a private veteran tram to the famous Vigeland Sculpture Park. Refreshments can be served on board. After a guided walk through the park, the journey continues to the hills surrounding the city. A panoramic view from the Holmenkollen Ski Jump – and maybe an action-filled way down? Both zip lining and abseiling is possible! Lunch is served at prestigious Frognerseteren.

In the afternoon we will arrange a rally through the city centre, a fun way to get to know the Norwegian Capital. Snacks and refreshments will be served during the activity.

Tonight’s gala dinner will be served at museum exclusively rented for you – the Fram Museum – where you will be seated on deck!

Day 3

This morning you can choose from a number of thematic tours; Edvard Munch, Henrik Ibsen or Alfred Nobel.

You will gather again for lunch, which is served at one of the many fine restaurants in the buzzing harbour area, before you are transferred to the airport for your flight home.

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