You can find on this page the Oslo tourist map to print and to download in PDF. The Oslo tourist attractions map presents the monuments, museums, parks and points of interest of Oslo in Norway.

Oslo tourist map

Map of Oslo points of interest

The Oslo sightseeing map shows all tourist places and points of interest of Oslo. This tourist attractions map of Oslo will allow you to easily plan your visits of landmarks of Oslo in Norway. The Oslo tourist map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Vestland is the most visited county by international tourists in Norway based on the total number of overnight stays in accommodation establishments. In second place is Oslo, the country capital. According to a survey conducted in 2019, the largest share of Norwegians was comfortable with the tourism volume in their regions of residency. Oslo, the beautiful capital city of Norway, is one of the world largest capitals in terms of area. But interestingly, only 20 percent of this land mass has been developed as its mentioned in Oslo tourist map. The remainder consists of parks, protected forests, hills, and hundreds of lakes. Parks and open spaces are an integral part of Oslo cityscape and are easily accessible from almost anywhere in the city.

Travel statistics tell an interesting story as to which cities and places are trending. Of course, the events of 2020 have caused chaos in the travel industry but exact figures are not yet available. But before then, Oslo growth as a travel destination was doing very well indeed. The report shows that Oslo lies in second place behind the fjord region in terms of foreign visitors. 53% visited the Norwegian fjords, while 52% spent time in the Oslo region as you can see in Oslo tourist map. The numbers are lower for domestic tourists, but the fjords and Oslo still come first and second. For Norwegians, 25% visit the fjords with 21% choosing the capital city region.

Prior to 2020 events, overtourism was becoming an issue in Oslo, with 23% of visitors reporting it as a problem. This was higher than any other location in Norway. In the Oslo region, the largest percentage of international tourists come from Sweden and Denmark (14% combined), followed by Germany (11%), the USA (10%), France (6%) and the Netherlands (5%) as its shown in Oslo tourist map. Of the remaining visitors, more than half come from other European countries. Approximately 33% of Oslo population are immigrants or Norwegian-born to immigrant parents. Oslo has seen significant changes in the size and composition of immigrants in recent decades, most notably after EEA enlargements. The districts Stovner, Søndre Nordstrand, Alna and Grorud have the highest percentage of people with an immigrant background, each with over 50%.

Oslo attractions map

Map of Oslo tourist places

The Oslo attractions map shows the main monuments, museums and parks of Oslo. This tourist places map of Oslo will allow you to easily plan your visits of tourist attractions of Oslo in Norway. The Oslo attractions map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

The iconic Vigeland Sculpture Park (Vigelandsanlegget) as you can see in Oslo attractions map, which sits inside Oslo famous Frogner Park (Frognerparken), is one of Norway most famous tourist attractions. Open year-round, this unique sculpture park is Gustav Vigeland lifework and contains 650 of his dynamic sculptures in bronze, granite, and wrought iron. Tourists will want to spend time exploring the rest of Frogner Park, where there are ample green spaces for picnics, recreational facilities, an enormous rose garden, and the nation largest playground. Rising above the Oslofjord, on the promontory of Akernes, sits the majestic Akershus Fortress (Akershus Festning) built by Håkon V at the end of the 13th century. You can easily spend the best part of a day sightseeing here. No trip to Norway would be complete without visiting at least one of the many museums and exhibits dedicated to the country Viking past. One of the best is the Viking Ships Museum (Vikingskipshuset på Bygdøy). This popular attraction is home to three historic 9th-century vessels, the best-preserved being the 21-meter-long Oseberg Ship.

Slated to open in 2022, Oslo new National Museum will consist of collections from the National Gallery and the National Museum - Architecture, as well as additional collections of contemporary art and design. The largest such museum in Scandinavia, it will house the country biggest art collection, featuring the works of Norwegian artists from the 19th century through the present, including J. C. Dahl and several works by Edvard Munch, including his most famous work, The Scream as its shown in Oslo attractions map. Dedicated to the life and work of Norway greatest painter, Edvard Munch (1863-1944), the Munch Museum (Munch-museet) contains a vast collection of paintings, graphic art, drawings, watercolors, and sculptures from the great artist life. Located high up on the northwest end of Karl Johansgate, the Norwegian Royal Palace (Slottet) was built in 1825 and dominates the cityscape. The impressive 173-room building is open to the public for guided tours during the summer only, with English-language guides available four times daily.

The Museum of Cultural History (Kulturhistorisk museum) also operates the Viking Ship Museum and oversees the city Historical Museum, which explores various aspects of human history as its mentioned in Oslo attractions map. It houses the largest assembly of Egyptian artifacts in Norway, including mummies and funerary objects. Named after the first Norwegian ship built specifically for polar research, the Fram Museum (Frammuseet) is a must for anyone with an interest in Arctic exploration. The museum star attraction is the Fram, an icon due to its many successful polar voyages, as well as Gjøa, the first ship to navigate the Northwest Passage. Set in an adjoining building to the Fram Museum stands the Kon-Tiki Museum (Kon-Tiki Museet), with its displays dedicated to Thor Heyerdahl. This Norwegian sailor, explorer, and adventurer captured the hearts and minds of the world when, in 1947, he sailed from Peru to Eastern Polynesia on a raft made entirely of balsa wood to demonstrate how he believed the Pacific region was settled.