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Flight Lyon Oslo : Airline ticket

From 137€ D/A
Flights Lyon - Oslo
  • Weather5-7 °F5 - 7 °F
  • Distance 1650 km
  • Duration 4h20
  • Currency Norwegian Kroner
  • Languages Nor. Norwegian

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Février 2020

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Adult(s)

+ 11 years old

Children

2 - 11 years old

Babies

- 2 years old

Fly to Oslo, the gateway to Norway

Known for its architecture and proximity to nature, Oslo embodies the Scandinavian spirit with flair.

Norway's capital is a cultural destination with many remarkable monuments and museums. You can visit the Oslo Opera House, the Akershus Fortress, the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design and the Cathedral. Oslo also has lively neighbourhoods all year round, such as Grünerløkka, famous for its bars and restaurants, and Tjuvholmen, the home of the artists. The Vigeland Sculpture Park is a great place to take a walk between nature and culture..

Want to discover one of the most beautiful cities in Scandinavia? Book your plane ticket for a flight from Lyon to Oslo!

5 reasons to visit Oslo

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1

Visit the Akershus Fortress

The impressive fortress, built in the 13th century, dominates Oslo and offers a breathtaking view of the city from its ramparts. Its buildings now house several museums, such as the Museum of Norwegian Resistance in the castle park, and the Defence Museum, which relates Norwegian military history from the Vikings to the present day.
2

Admire the sculptures in Vigeland Park

The works of the artist Gustav Vigeland are on display in the alleys of Frogner Park. During your walk, you can admire more than 200 sculptures in bronze, granite and wrought iron. The park has become a major tourist destination in Oslo and is open all year round. Whether in the summer sun or covered by a blanket of snow, the artist's works play with the seasons.
 
3

Go shopping in Grünerløkka

Once a working-class neighbourhood, Grünerløkka has become a trendy destination in Oslo. The area is home to a wide range of boutiques, and a stroll through the area can be transformed into a shopping spree. You can round off your visit by taking a gourmet break in a restaurant or café, or by strolling through the parks and gardens in the area.
4

Dive into the Nordic land of Oslo

A city within a city, the Norwegian Folk Museum offers a reconstruction of a Norwegian town from the beginning of the 20th century, and many historical buildings. Barns, granaries and houses immerse you in the past. The Stavkirke de Gol, a wooden church dating from the Middle Ages, is the highlight of your visit with its finely crafted woodwork. 
5

Attend an opera performance

Designed by the architect Snøhetta and inaugurated in 2008, the Oslo Opera House is the largest cultural building in Norway since the construction of the Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim in the 13th century. It has a capacity of 1,350 seats, a restaurant, and a particularly rich and eclectic programme. Book your tickets for an opera, a ballet or a rock concert!

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