Oslo

Things to do in Oslo

With its sloping white-marble roof and delicate glass façade, Oslo’s National Opera House is a grand architectural statement—planting a flag for high culture on the Oslo waterfront—but more essentially it also creates a dramatic new public space in the heart of the city.

The designer shoe mecca is a must-see.

The jazz club is part of a trendy arts district of graffiti-covered warehouses on the banks of the Akerselva River.