Capital of the State of Norway and known as Christiania from 1624 to 1924, Oslo is among the European cities that have recorded the highest growth rate of the decade. Located between Oslofjord and the wooded hills, it is home to more than 600,000 inhabitants and forms a perfect osmosis with nature. The city has many monuments and museums as well as a city centre full of remarkable buildings, luxury shops and restaurants that bring this capital to life.
Activities not to be missed:
-Oslo Viking Ship Museum
-Royal Palace of Oslo
The climate in Oslo is temperate and cold, with an average annual temperature of 3.8°C. Oslo is a city with heavy rainfall reaching an annual average of 487mm. Even in the driest month, there is a lot of rain.
The hottest month of the year is July with an average temperature of 20.3°C.
January is the coldest month of the year with an average temperature of -16.3°C.
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