Oslo, the capital of Norway, is a green city, embraced by its fjord, nestled in majestic forests. It is undoubtedly one of the most pleasant capitals in the world. A city well anchored in everyday life, the vestiges of its history are nevertheless absent. The Kon-Tiki Museum celebrates the greatness of the Viking Empire, the Akershus Fortress traces the glory of the Scandinavian kings and the courage of the Norwegian resistance during the Second World War. As for the museums of Munch, Vigeland (Gustav and Emanuel) and Ibsen, they bring to light the geniuses of their time in all their splendour. The city centre, and in particular Karl Johans gate, has preserved the heroes of the past as if on glossy paper: many old restaurants and cafés seem to have frozen in time. The city bears the imprint of that dark period when Christiania was Danish or Swedish and proudly looks up as Oslo, the Norwegian capital. A multicultural city (you can visit the remarkable Intercultural Museum), this destination promises pretty surprises and beautiful encounters, on every street corner... or on a plate! Don't hesitate any longer, thanks to the Oslo tourist guide, go and meet him!