Festive Fun In Oslo

A Guide To Festive Fun In Oslo

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If you have ever wanted to spend Christmas in the most festive a fashion possible, you will want to take a trip to the north of Europe. Countries like Sweden, Finland and Norway are the kings of Christmas spirit and you’ll be able to enjoy a snowy atmosphere as you walk through and join in on the fun. Today we are going to have a chat about the capital of Norway, Oslo. And here are some of the festive activities you can enjoy here.
The Christmas markets
One of the things which many people love to do during the festive season is visit their local Christmas markets. If you have never been to a Christmas market you are missing out and out of the many things to do and see in Oslo this Christmas it would be a crime if you didn’t check theirs out. This festive market is expansive and goes through the whole city. You’ll be able to take a walk and see the sites as you get to smell festive meats and cheeses, drink mulled wine and enjoy the music. Everywhere you look will be hand crafted items for sale and it really captures the very essence of the festive spirit for you to enjoy.
Christmas market at Spikersuppa
If you want to be able to see another festive market just outside of Oslo then you can venture here and see some of the stunning glass buildings in the city as well as lots of festive activities for the kids to enjoy. There will even be a concert or two for you to go and see if you fancy something a little bit different!
Winter wonderland
Also set in Spikersuppa, every year a Christmas fair is held in the city which is ideal for all ages and it offers a massive range of fun activities to enjoy. You’ll be able to meet Santa in his grotto, enjoy local delicacies and even ride a huge Ferris wheel in the centre of the fair. It is a great winter activity for the kids and for you and it will mark the start of your festivities.
The nutcracker
If you fancy something a little bit more cultured during your stay in Oslo this Christmas there is nothing better than taking a trip to see the nutcracker with the Norwegian ballet. As far as festive shows go, this one has all of the magic and wonder of Christmas and it is the ideal place for you to come if you need to get away from the hustle and bustle and enjoy some amazing music and dancing for a while.
Puppet theatre
If you want to try something a little bit different this year you can come and enjoy this fun and festive performance and see a different side of the classic Christmas tale. In this story a carpenter running a simple shop meets Santa himself and they have a fun adventure together. It’s unique and it can be super fun for the whole family.
21 Comments
  1. Brie 8 months ago
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    I've never been here but it looks like quite a bit of fun, plus there's lots to do! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Blair 8 months ago
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    They sure present a festive picture. They have everything you would expect to experience in a winter wonderland.

  3. Em 8 months ago
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    Living in Sweden & having had a Norwegian boyfriend I have actually been in Oslo over Christmas – but missed all of these things. Too bad I didn't have your guide back then! 🙁

  4. Mommy Engineering 8 months ago
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    Wow these places look fun! I'm big on holiday spirit but my husband is not! I'm always trying to get him to put more and more holiday decorations and so maybe convincing him to go somewhere festive will be a fun trade off for the both of us this coming holiday season!

  5. Ashli Ferguson 7 months ago
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    Oh my gosh this is amazing!!! I would LOVE to go here for the holidays!!

  6. Danang Sutani 7 months ago
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    Looks very beautiful especially in the winter, I really want to come someday, just now there is no chance..

  7. Ogbugbu Ejiroghene 7 months ago
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    Nice article you have there, thanks for sharing

  8. Danielle 7 months ago
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    what gorgeous place to be in for xmas! i'll bet it feels so magical 🙂

  9. Arun 7 months ago
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    Wow, this place looks so beautiful .I bet it definitely would look like a wonderland at chriChris time . Festival plus travel during Holidays lifts up the spirit .

  10. Nina Cochingco 7 months ago
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    This place is such a beautiful place to visit with my family. I love Oslo, some of their places are beautiful and relaxing.

  11. Maartje 7 months ago
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    What a wonderful place to visit during Christmas time!

  12. Lyosha Varezhkina 7 months ago
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    I loved Oslo so much! When people talk about Norway they normally talk about Bergen but I am crazy about Oslo. It is so pretty and cozy!

  13. Lydia Smith 7 months ago
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    Sounds like a nice place to be and have fun. Travelling more this year so having this on my list.

  14. Kalyan Panja 7 months ago
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    Doesn’t Oslo look super beautiful in the Christmas splendor. I love your colorful travel guide.

  15. Sue-Tanya 7 months ago
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    Oslo looks like a wonderful place to be in the Christmas time. I love this guide.

  16. Alexandra Cook 7 months ago
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    I have never been to Oslo but it looks so beautiful, just perfect to relax and refresh. Thanks for showing me another great place to add to my bucket list.

  17. Clare Minall 7 months ago
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    Your overviews of these places are so thorough and they give so much good infomation.I will def have to add this to my list

  18. Preet 7 months ago
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    Oh my goodness I just want to climb into your pictures and never leave! Thank you so much for sharing such a gorgeous trip with all of us!

  19. Samar 7 months ago
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    Completely agreed.

    Oslo really looks very beautiful during festive seasons, especially Christmas.

  20. Unknown 7 months ago
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    I would love to go to Oslo during christmas, it's just a tad bit expensive but it's on my bucket list

  21. Nina Cochingco 7 months ago
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    I haven't been here, Oslo looks so fun, especially when it's Christmas season.. The pictures look great.

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