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OSLO.3hrs.Innovative structures, original high-rises and historical buildings, in terms of architecture Oslo has it all! On our Oslo's Amazing Architecture Private Bike Tour, we'll roll between architectural masterworks from past to present
When thinking of architecture in Oslo, what comes to mind? If it's not modern buildings and structures, you're in for a surprise! In recent years, some very bold buildings have shot up in the Norwegian capital. On our Oslo's Amazing Architecture Private Bike Tour we'll showcase innovative museums, creative high-rises and Scandinavia's best-looking opera house. If we may say so, you are in for a treat!
Jumping on our bikes, we'll travel from the western shore and the trendy area of Aker Brygge and Tjuvholmen, via the historical centre of Oslo - Kvadraturen - to the east and the new district of Bjørvika, spotting everything from stately hotels to a glass-encased library. Along the way, we'll stop to admire, oh and ah, the many new works currently under construction, like the National Museum and the new Munch Museum. We'll also take the opportunity to discover some of the current architecture of the city, including Akershus Fortress, Barcode project, and Astrup Fearnley Museum.
On our Oslo's Amazing Architecture Private Bike Tour we'll indulge in the architectural history of the capital and explore a great selection of buildings that making Oslo what it is; a green and modern Nordic city with a checkered past ambitious targets. If architecture is your thing, Oslo is an exciting place to be!
Please note: We will be biking on flat surfaces as well as on a few hills. We recommend bringing a bottle of water with you on the tour.
Tour includes: Private Guide, Bike Rental, Helmet
Interested in a walking tour option of Oslo's Amazing Architecture Private Bike Tour? Find it here.
Location: Nedre Slottsgate 4, 0250, Oslo, Norway
Participants: Minimum 1, Maximum 12.
Length: 3 hours
July 15, 09:00 - 12:00
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