In three weeks I will be on the road again. To be honest I didn't plan any trips now to save more money for something bigger in the summer, but who knows - maybe the best choices are unexpecting. This time I chose the capital of the country I've always wanted to go - the city of Oslo. It will be my second time in Scandinavia. I feel excting to be out of my comfort zone again. To be around people I've never seen in my life before, explore new places I already know from photographs and listen amazing stories about them. I can't wait to visit one of these Cafés that Norwegian people meet in the morning and start my day slowly reading the news and drinking my favourite coffee. Then, try some Norwegian cuisine. I don't know why but I have a feeling that I'm going to love Oslo - the atmosphere, the landscape and the climate.
I don't have any concrete plan yet, but I'm reading and searching all the time for the best option - 2 days are not enough to see everything, but previous experiences taught me that it's possible to see a lot. So far I was thinking about The Norwegian National Opera, Vigeland Sculpture Park, Lindoya island, Grunerlokka Lufthavn and The Viking Ship Museum, but I also would like to do something "not typical".
I know that it won't be my last stay in Norway. I hope that next time I will be able to see the heart of Norwegian landscape - the most famous fjords.
Do you have any tips for me what to see / eat / experience in Oslo?