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Oslo Highlights 3-Hour Bike Tour

1. Oslo Highlights 3-Hour Bike Tour

Explore Oslo like a local on this 3-hour bike tour of the major sights. Discover the parks, castle grounds, and paths of Oslo Fjord, and learn where to find the city’s best bars and restaurants from an expert guide. The leisurely tour is suitable for all fitness levels and ages, with plenty of stops for photos and visits of the main tourist attractions. Depart from the centrally-located Viking Biking store in downtown Oslo, and cycle on comfortable hybrid bikes to the pedestrianized City Hall Square, site of the annual Nobel Peace Prize ceremony. Enjoy an easy ride along the car-free paths of Oslo Fjord, admiring sweeping views over the city's harbor, islands, and surrounding hills. Continue to the Medieval and Renaissance castle of Akershus Festning, and climb off your bike for a brief walk along the ramparts. Then, ride down Karl Johans Gate, the most famous boulevard in Norway, visiting the Parliament, National Theater, University, and Royal Palace. After a charming downhill ride through the Royal Palace gardens, cycle through the beautiful neo-classical neighborhood of Frogner, making your way to the world-famous Frogner Sculpture Park. End with a long downhill ride to Oslo Fjord to visit a hidden jewel of a building built over the fjord. A final ride through the pedestrian shopping district of Aker Brygge brings you back to the Viking Biking store and the end of your tour.

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Oslo: Winter Highlights 3-Hour Bike Tour

2. Oslo: Winter Highlights 3-Hour Bike Tour

If you've ever dreamed of cycling Norwegian-style, on spiked tires specifically designed for winter, this bike tour is for you. Designed for experienced cyclists, the tour route is mostly flat, though you can expect a few short, steep hills. And you'll have plenty of time to stop and take pictures. The sites on the tour change based on the weather and the season, but you can expect to visit the Christmas market during the holiday season, as well as stop at Karl Johans Gate, the main pedestrian street in Oslo. Other possibilities on the itinerary: cycling along the port areas of Aker Brygge and Tjuvholmen, home to some of the city's best modern architecture and restaurants, a visit to the stunning Opera House (where you'll have time to explore inside and out), a stop at the Mathallen or Vippai indoor food markets, and/or a visit to City Hall, site of the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony.  Enjoy learning about the history behind the monuments and buildings, as well as Norwegian culture, politics, and modern life in Oslo from your experienced guide. 

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Oslo’s Urban Treasures By Bike

3. Oslo’s Urban Treasures By Bike

Starting from the city center, you will head to the Old Town of Oslo which is mainly comprised of ruins from long ago. On the way, you will pass to the Oslo Opera House, the gateway to the old town. From ruins to riverside, you will ride along the water to the hip district of Grüneløkka, where you will no doubt want to return to later and explore further.  You can’t complete a visit to Oslo without seeing the royal palace. The palace has a beautiful park which you will ride through on your way to the quiet district of Frogner, where you will find one of the most visited sights in the city - Vigeland Park. With over 200 sculptures created by one man, you’re sure to be impressed by this jaw-dropping sight. After exploring Vigeland Park you will ride back along the waterside towards the city center. While you ride along the water you will be able to see  Aker Brygge and the harbor, Akershus Fortress and the Oslo City Hall. From there it’s not far to go before you reach the end of your bike tour, by which time you can say you’ve received a full overview of Oslo from the comfort of your bike. 

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Olso: Akerselva Trail on Trendy Kick Bikes

4. Olso: Akerselva Trail on Trendy Kick Bikes

Step into the life of local Oslopolitans on this trendy kick bike ride along Olso’s Akerselva River, a slice of wilderness right in the heart of the city. Ride down the Akerselva trail and spot waterfalls, characteristic architecture, and more. Start in Nydalen and work your way down with the river to the city center. Discover Olso’s amazing symphony of nature, water, and architecture. Visit highlights such as the Mølla Waterfall, Oslo’s biggest waterfall; Oslo's food hall, Mathallen; the Vulkan district; Hausmania; the center of Oslo's alternative and street art culture; and the famous Olso Opera House. With nearly 50 bridges and about 20 waterfalls along the way, the Akerselva trail is one of the most beautiful urban nature experiences in Oslo.

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What people are saying about Oslo

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 186 reviews

Great fun!

This was my first time in Oslo and I thought the cycling tour would be a great way to see the city, what I didn't bargain on was the amount of snow! I turned out to be the only person on the tour as the weather was so bad and it's a fairly new activity so I essentially got a private tour! Josh from Viking Biking was really friendly and funny and knew his stuff about the city. He gave me pretty free rein about where I wanted to go and what I wanted to see. I even wanted a hot chocolate at one point so we went to a really cool food market. He was also really happy to take pics and stop whenever I wanted to admire the views! Highly recommend this activity, and don't worry about the snow, the winter tyres are really good - I was convinced I would fall off before we started but didn't!!!

Josh was an amazing guide. Extremely upbeat, made the bike tour through admittedly awful weather (~0c and raining!) seem like a really fun time. He was full of anecdotes of Oslo both current and past - gave us a great feel for the city. I would definitely come back for another tour - in sunshine if possible!

It was an amazing sightseeing tour , something different than just walking around. The tour guide was really nice and all in all I would recommend this tour to anyone

The bike ride is really worth the money. You see oslo in a completely different way. The guide tells you all the ins and outs

very rewarding and in formative, enjoyed snow riding, much easier than walking. Josh was great fun.