Oslo Journey Information

Oslo Travel Guide

We’re again with our Oslo Journey Information! This one is unquestionably well worth the wait as we discover this lovely Norwegian metropolis.

Oslo is among the most lovely cities on the planet…and likewise probably the most costly! However as we clarify on this episode, there is a purpose for Oslo’s prices. Nice meals, lovely surroundings, pleasant individuals…Oslo has all of it!

Because of our buddies at VisitOSLO for his or her assist with our Oslo episode. For up to date info on occasions, points of interest, eating places and bars, head to Want help whereas visiting town? The Oslo Customer Centre by the central station is open every single day of the yr.

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37 thoughts on “Oslo Journey Information

  1. Tatiana Cristina says:

    Honestly, it is wrong to incite public discussion on "tipping' system just as it is wrong to discuss politics or religion. Those with deep pockets should always pay extra 20% or more in tipping. But that is a very, very small percentage of the worldwide population. That is why, it is unfair, to demand extra 20% of the cost of the meal from working class families, who may be teachers, nurses, managers etc… Working class people, do not have much discretionary income left after paying for the cost of living. That is why, street food has become so popular, there is NO tipping. 
    In Australia, people have been treated with hostility because they did not tip. Americans have been coming to Australia for years now and are, subtly, trying to introduce their 'tipping' system, which we never, ever had before, and we are very happy to remain like this. Let's make it clear: Americans waiters/waitresses do not receive wages, at all, that is why, they must get their wages in tips. In Australia is different, they do get paid per hour, they do have a wage. As Australian and Japanese people would say: 'tipping is not necessary'.

  2. Barney Musician says:

    Off to Oslo in May to see Nick Cave and your vlog the first we found…love it! Thanks Alex. Your presenting style combining personable info and original takes on what to experience the perfect intro. Now subscribed 🙂

  3. Kaia Aune says:

    It was really interesting watching this video on how you experienced my country and my Oslo. I feel so extremely proud of this little kingdom when you talked about the friendly people, green airport, good social systems etc, and i literally held my breath when you were going to say how much that glass of beer cost! hahah! Even norwegians think it is expensive here. Thats why norway (except oslo) dont have a massive culture of wining and dining outside at night, like the rest of europe. Thank you for visiting Oslo. You should definately visit the West of norway. Because that is really the essence of our country. Mountains, waterfalls, trolls and little cities.

  4. The Way Between says:

    Love the detailed information about transportation. I feel like it's so basic and yet the #1 thing I'm looking for from travel guides. so THANK YOU! can you also add the link of the public transport app that you recommend. Keep the travel guides coming!

  5. longtalker says:

    This video gets my like just for the fact that he recommended viewers take the train rather than fly, if possible. That's a very good start. And the city guide itself is very nice also.

  6. Justin Burdette says:

    Dying Fetus is an American death metal band 🤣. That being said, your travel videos are some of the best I've ever watched. Very informative without being lame and touristy. Keep up the good work!

  7. A. Hakan Ozcan says:

    If only Oslo Norway , many Turkish English speaking , high quality agnostic, alcoholic drinks consuming Turkish university alumni and above can come and be immigrants and prosper Oslo Norway as world city at its best. I wish to become Oslo citizen as baptist.

  8. Body Counter says:

    I've just come back from my very first Euro-trip solo and I'm already considering a Scandinavia and Nordic trip next year. This has been an amazing help, thank you heaps 😁👍🏼

  9. Mike says:

    It's interesting how you ended talking about the people- to me they were they strangest part of Oslo lol. The residents were unbelievably beautiful and that stuck out to me be bigtime, but they were also very awkward to talk with a weren't really helpful due to the awkwardness. The city itself is beautiful, everything is upscale and it's like if the Upper Eastside Manhattan was an entire city. I barely saw much middle class stuff, let alone lower class part of town. Everyone who lived there seemed to want to leave though, that was also noticeably strange.

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