In 1624, the city of Oslo was completely destroyed by fire and the Danish Norwegian King Christian IV decided to rebuild the city under the walls of the fortress of Akershus. Your guided city walk starts here, passing the statue of Franklin D. Roosevelt and the modern landmark of the City Hall.
Take a closer look at the National Theatre and the Royal Palace, before turning down the main street, Karl Johan and passing the University of Oslo and the Ibsen Museum. Visit the Nobel Peace Centre, inaugurated in 2005, whose mission is to keep the spirit of Alfred Nobel’s last will and testament alive.
Duration: Appproximately 2,5 hours.