A Weekend Break in Oslo, Norway: The Final Part

Jess McGlynnMarch 22, 2016

It seems like so long ago now that we were out buying thermals, packing our suitcases and trying to keep schtum from the kids about our trip to Oslo.  In fact, just last night we were reminiscing about the trip and how well we thought it had gone and whether we’d be able to do anything similar this year.  I really hope so!

If you are thinking about heading to Oslo then we would really recommend it; it’s a beautiful city, the people are super friendly and there is loads to see and do.  Having written three posts sharing what we got up to and some of the photos we took, I also finally got around to putting together a little video of our time there.

You can find the written posts here, here and here, or you may just prefer to watch the video!  It’s only a small snapshot of what we did, but hopefully it might inspire you to plan your own city break in the near future.


  • Packing my Suitcase

    April 4, 2016 at 08:23

    So lovely Jess!! I hope to visit Oslo sometime, I was actually planning on going this year, but had to change my plans!
    So nice to know that there is lots to do there! 😀

    Thank you for joining #MondayEscapes 😀

  • Trish @ Mum’s Gone to

    April 4, 2016 at 08:23

    I was sure I had commented on Oslo Part I but, never mind, I will try again here. So good to hear about your trip to a city we visited a couple of years ago and loved too. We have found the Scandinavian countries a real joy to visit and they are ideal for children. Thanks for bringing back great memories #mondayescapes

  • Jennifer P (Dr. J)

    April 4, 2016 at 08:23

    I live in Dublin and Ryanair always has tempting cheap flights to Oslo. Thanks for giving me reasons to give this weekend break serious consideration! #MondayEscapes

  • Elizabeth

    April 4, 2016 at 08:23

    I've heard really good things about Oslo, and Norway. So much so I've booked my plane ticket for this July! 😀

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