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Most Popular Shore Excursions in Oslo

Oslo, the beautiful capital city of Norway has been known as a safe heaven for Viking trade and cultural enrichment for it´s stunning location for well over a century! Experience the stunning beauty of Oslo fjord on a private shore excursion filled with local myths of unparalleled pride for their Viking heritage.

1. A comprehensive tour of modern and historical Oslo

4h Best of Oslo Tour with Vigeland Sculpture Park & Viking Ship Museum

Experience the undeniable charm of Oslo on a private guided tour through the famous landmarks of the Norwegian capital including the amazing sculptures of Gustav Vigeland complete with a stroll through the historic town center and a visit to the thousand year old Viking Ships in ship-shape condition.

2. A perfect day tour for discovering the Norwegian capitals best sights both on foot and by bus.

5h Oslo City Tour with Viking Ship & Open-Air Museum Experience

After a day filled with joy of new discoveries from ancient history to simple pleasures of expressive art.

Traditional log house in the Norwegian Folk Museum in Oslo, Norway.

3. Enjoy a splendid stroll to the stunning highlights of the Norwegian capital on a private guided tour showcasing the beauty and diversity of Oslo fjord with unique history and lifestyle.

3h Oslo Walking Tour

A walking tour in a town so charming and compact, is the best way to experience the city of Oslo nestled in the rugged coastline. Known as a “fjord city”, the local atmosphere fully lives up to the name with easily accessible shoreline upgraded from old ship yards to an elegant boardwalk effortlessly connecting the historic city center to its natural setting by the waterfront.

The Oslo Norway Harbor is one of Oslo’s great attractions in Oslo, Norway in a summer day


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Private Accessible Baltic Shore Excursions and Tours



A Baltic Sea Cruise offers an amazing opportunity to experience some of the most unique and exceptionally beautiful countries with great accessible port cities. Prepare yourself for old-world charm, fascinating Viking heritage and rich culture at every step of the way!

Nordic Experience offers private accessible shore excursions and city tours in Tallinn, Helsinki, Copenhagen, Oslo, Stockholm and Riga.

The towns bordering Baltic Sea each have their own rich history, with our accessible Baltic Shore Excursions & Tours, you also will have a unique chance of exploring this without having to worry about accessibility limitations and challenges. Take a look at our tours below, pick your Baltic adventures and let us take care of the rest! Our tour guides are attentive, have years of experience in entertaining both young and experienced travelers to make sure everyone makes unforgettable memories.

Here is what our clients say about us!

Reviewed in July 2019

We booked Nordic Experience handicap accessible tours for three different countries (Denmark, Estonia, and Sweden). We were a group of 14 people, ages ranging from 10 to 72. All three tours were amazing, our guides and drivers were kind, friendly, had great knowledge of each of the countries we visited and were very attentive to our needs and requests (specially my dad´s needs who has polio hence needs handicap assistance). They gave us exact instructions as to where we should meet our guides/drivers, and they were always on time.

I highly recommend this tour company to anyone who is looking for a handicap accessible tour. You can request a handicap accessible van which has an integrated lift, hence the person can stay in his/her scooter when getting on and off the bus, making it very easy to visit all places. All places visited are handicap friendly, guides are very flexible regarding your needs.

When booking, you can also ask for guides who speak a certain language and they will do everything in their possibilities to make sure they can provide it to you. Another great perk when booking with Nordic Experience is that the more tours you book with them, the better price you will receive.

I highly recommend using Nordic Experience tours for your next Baltic trip.

Date of experience: July 2019

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Tallinn Accessible City Tour

See the best of Tallinn in a comfortable and wheelchair  accessible vehicle on a tour designed to offer an enjoyable panoramic journey through the medieval and modern city. This tour is designed to fit both wheelchair users as well as guests with limited mobility for a fulfilling journey through the highlights of the Estonian capital city.


Helsinki Private Accessible City Tour

Enjoy a journey to the most popular Helsinki attractions from panoramic seaside views to Rock Church the accessible way.  Discover Helsinki in comfort on a tour designed to take you from celebrated Nordic design and architecture to the best of local culture on your own accessible tour vehicle.


Copenhagen Private Accessible City Tour with Christiansborg Palace 

Discover the best of Copenhagen on a panoramic tour complete with a wheelchair accessible vehicle. This tour is built to offer both wheelchair users as well as guests with limited mobility a comfortable day discovering Copenhagen must-see sights. This half-day tour gives an excellent introduction to Copenhagen and its 850-year history by presenting some of the city’s most scenic areas.


Oslo Accessible City Tour with Vigeland & Viking Ship Museum

Discover the best of Oslo complete in the comfort of a wheelchair-accessible vehicle. Oslo panoramic drive allows you to experience the best of this unique city and beautifully rugged landscape. From the strikingly modern and vibrant coastline to delightful Vigeland Park and historic Viking Ship Museum.

Stockholm Accessible City Tour

Enjoy the best of Stockholm sightseeing from historic old town to breathtaking panoramic views and archipelago in the comfort of your accessible van. Our Stockholm Accessible City Tour gives you an overview of all the must-see sights complete with city sightseeing and a charming harbor-side drive with your private guide.


Riga Accessible City Tour

The very best of Riga combined together in an accessible city tour through the Art Nouveau quarter and old town. Riga’s historic center is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List for a reason, the highly diverse architecture and impressive towers of the Riga Cathedral and St. Peter’s Church make it a truly eye-catching city to discover.

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Best Things To Do in Oslo in Winter

Oslo is a great winter destination

When travelling to Oslo during the winter season, you might wonder if there are many activities and must-see attractions in the city and if there are enough wonderful things to do in Oslo in winter.

Oslo is a great winter destination with many activities and must-see attractions in the city at a walking distance. If unsure, take a look at the list of attractions in Oslo we put together below or book one of our lovely and professional local guides to show you around to the best of Oslo.

A great way to explore the main attractions of Oslo city center is to take a private Oslo walking tour.

The main attractions of Oslo city center

Oslo Opera House

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Located on the waterfront in the city center with marvelous views of the Oslo fjord, the Oslo Opera House is one of the best places in town to watch the sunset all year round, but even more so during summer. The Opera House with its tilted roof was built for walking on, which is of course one of the things you should do when visiting, even in winter. You will have some of the best views of the Oslo fjord, where you can see the small islands with their colorful timber houses to the one side and the city center to the other.

More information about visiting the Oslo Opera House and about the various performances can be found on their website Oslo Opera House

Royal Palace

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Located at the top of Karl Johan Gate, the Royal Palace, with its pale yellow stuccoed bricks is surrounded by one of Oslo’s largest parks. It was built mid 19th century and is currently the official residence of the Norwegian monarchs, King Harald V and Queen Sonja. And as with most palaces, you can watch the changing of the guards every day at 1.30 PM.

Karl Johan Gate

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Karl Johan Gate is the main shopping street in central Oslo dotted with points of interests, Oslo’s answer to Champs Elysées. The pedestrian street connects the Royal Palace with the Central Station. On the way there are buildings like the National Theater and some university buildings as well as shops, bars and restaurants.

When visiting Oslo in December, you will find the main Oslo Christmas market (Jul I Vinterland or Christmas in Winterland) right next to Karl Johan Gate. The market is really beautiful and worth a visit. Apart from the typical wooden stalls selling food, drinks and handicrafts, one can also enjoy a large Ferris wheel and ice skating rink. So visiting the Christmas market is one of the nice things to do in Oslo in December.

Akershus Castle and Fortress (Akershus Festning)

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Built in the 13th century, the Akersjus Festning is one of the most recognizable landmarks of Oslo. The fortress has also been used as a military base and a prison and is now a lovely place to take a stroll and enjoy panoramic views of the Oslo fjord and the city. The best place to view the fortress is from Aker Brygge.

It’s close to the city center and entrance is free of charge to walk around in the premises. In summer it is possible to take a guided tour.

Aker Brygge Wharf

Aker Brygge is a trendy and vibrant area along the inner harbor by the waterfront. This former shipyard is a popular meeting place during summer time. It is much less crowded during winter, but along the boardwalk there is a wide selection of good restaurants, bars and shops which can still be enjoyed. At the end of the boardwalk there is a small beach which is accessible to the public, called Tjuvholmen City Beach. Just before the beach you can find the Astrup Fearnley museum of Modern Art.

Nobel Peace Center

The Nobel Peace Center is located right at the beginning of Aker Brygge, by the ferry terminal. The museum of the Nobel Peace Prize tells the story of Alfred Nobel as well as the Peace Prize laureates. The museum holds various permanent and temporary exhibitions.

Take a stroll through Vigeland Park

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One of the things you do not want to miss out on while in Oslo is visiting the famous Vigeland Park. It is the world’s largest sculpture park made by a single artist, which in this case is Gustav Vigeland. In fact, the sculptures are a permanent exhibition within the Frogner Park, which is the largest park in Oslo and is one of the more popular places to visit in Oslo.

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The dramatic sculptures in the park create a surreal view in the white snowy landscape of the park.

Frogner and Vigeland Park are located just outside the city center. You can walk the 4 km from the Central Station to the park. Or you can take the tram or the bus.

If you would like to have a guided tour in Vigeland Sculpture Park we suggest our Oslo Private Panoramic City Tour.


Oslo is worth visiting any time of the year, book your Oslo private sightseeing tour here: Oslo Tours.

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