There is a lot of things to see in Oslo. Some like to walk around in the city an figure stuff out by themselves, and some like to get on a bus and get the attractions served. If the last one applies to you, there is a lot of organized tours you can take to see the most of the city.
You can choose between sightseeing in red double deckers, busses, trams, mini-trains, boats, on your feets or on a bike. These alternatives will take you through the city with different approaches, but everyone with their own unique perspective on Oslo. Visit Oslo have list over the the recommended tours in Oslo. Check the link.
Welcome to idyllic summer camping 1/6 - 1/9 every year on Ekebergsletta, within walking distance from Oslo city center! From Ekeberg there is a panoramic view of Oslo with Barcode, the Palace, the Opera and all the way to Holmenkollen. Ekeberg sculpture park is the nearest neighbor, with pleasant footpaths and absolutely spectacular viewpoints over Oslo and the fjord.
Bogstad Camping offers a unique combination of proximity to nature and outdoor life with easy access to Oslo's rich offer of sights, activities, culture, restaurant, nightlife and shopping. Idyllic, rural and park-like surroundings with a short way to a swimming area and great hiking terrain by Bogstadvannet, Bogstad Gård and Nordmarka as the nearest neighbors. At the same time only 15 minutes by car to Oslo city center, and buses right outside the gate.
Onsakervika Camping is a family-friendly campsite located by Tyrifjorden - 45 minutes from Oslo. We have East Norway's finest beach and many great facilities both for guests with caravans, motorhomes, tents or if you want to rent one of our 15 cabins.