Solo female travel in Oslo

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4.1 /5

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4/5Interesting

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5/5Very safe

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4.4/5Good

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2.9/5Moderate
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Oslo is great! Ekeberg sculpture park is a nice tram ride from the city, and they view is amazing, both by day and night! Grünerløkka is very cute but a bit pricy, but this is where you find a lot of the more special stores like cooler thrift shops etc. My favorite cafe is this 70s themed one called fuglen. My favorite place is the botanical gardens in spring and summer, its so beautiful, and the area tøyen has so many good restaurants. You have to take the boats from Rådhuset in late spring/summer to the islands, its free if you have travel card for Oslo, especially Hovedøya. Bring some lunch and something to drink, and take a walk around until you find a nice place to sit, the further away from the main path, the better.

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Written October 12, 2022

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Things to do: - Opera house - Akershus Castle - Vigeland Sculpture Park - Botanical gardens - Holmenkollen Safety: Oslo is safe and beautiful. Recommendations: Oslo is very expensive and you can see it in a day.

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Written September 16, 2022

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Things to do: - Parliaments building - The Royal Palance - Akershus Fortress - Oslo Opera House - Vigeland Sculpture Park - Harbour - Sognsvann Lake - City Hall Safety: Oslo is very safe, even if you're alone. Just stay in central Oslo and you’ll be fine! Recommendations: Oslo is awesome if you love history. Heading north is a must though for scenery, hiking, and culture.

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Written September 9, 2022

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I took the ferry to Bygdøy to see the museums - they are worth the trip! I also enjoyed Vigeland Sculpture Park and I did a ferry trip to the Oslo Fjord, which was lovely. I was pleasantly surprised at how good the vegetarian and vegan options were in Oslo - there was a place called Nordvegan in Kristian IVs gate which was delicious!

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Written September 5, 2022

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Things to do: - Viking Ship Museum - Akershus Fortress - The Vigeland Park - The Royal Palace - Oslo Opera House - Munch - The Norwegian Museum of Cultural History - The National Museum - The Fram Museum Safety: Yes, it is totally safe for a female tourist travelling alone to Oslo. Recommendations: Oslo is a nice city, but quite expensive.

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Written September 2, 2022

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I went solo to Oslo twice and loved it, found it such a friendly city! It's expensive but if you're on your own and not eating out as much it's not top bad. I stayed at the Comfort Hotel Xpress Youngstorget both times and loved it, got a good deal both times. I'd recommend going to Grunerlokka and getting food from Illegal Burger, plus there's loads of great vintage shops around there. Kverneriet is also great for burgers! Highly recommend joining a free walking tour as well.

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Written August 17, 2022

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In my opinion Oslo was the most unremarkable city. I went with my family and spent a week driving around Norway. The last 2 days in Oslo were simply disappointing compared to the rest of the country. So my suggestion is to get out of Oslo as much as possible. If you can rent a car then drive west. We went to multiple locations including Bergen, Voss and Flam and Trolltunga region for sure.

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Written July 24, 2022

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The opera house, Munch museum, the Viking Ship museum, the folk museum (Norwegian Museum of Cultural History—its a living historical interpretive museum where you can come across how Norway has evolved physically and culturally), and the royal residence are must-sees in Oslo. If you decide to go outside Oslo, Bergen is fantastic. Try the Flåm scenic railway to see some of the beautiful fjords.

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Written May 25, 2022

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Antoinette

Antoinette

I am an active person who loves to explore and experience new things. I enjoy nature and hiking - as well as nights out with good food a drinks. I prefer exploring new places and seeing monuments rather than just sunbathing all day, although I sometimes just wanna do exactly that too. I work for a tech company at the moment, but are changing jobs to a fashion company soon - I am very into fashion so I’m very excited. I love in Oslo (Norway), but have lived both in the UK and Netherlands for several years too. I’m neat, tidy and can be very quiet ☺️
Sakura

Sakura

I love travelling, photography, history, culture, language, shopping, socializing, going for a drink or eat out. Obssessed with Matcha snd Sushi

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Marie

Marie

I’m 22 years old from Norway and live in Oslo. Currenctly I work as a flight attendant. I love to travel but also meeting new people. Hit me up if you’re interested in doing something together :) Follow me on Instagram; mariehajon 😄
Antoinette

Antoinette

I am an active person who loves to explore and experience new things. I enjoy nature and hiking - as well as nights out with good food a drinks. I prefer exploring new places and seeing monuments rather than just sunbathing all day, although I sometimes just wanna do exactly that too. I work for a tech company at the moment, but are changing jobs to a fashion company soon - I am very into fashion so I’m very excited. I love in Oslo (Norway), but have lived both in the UK and Netherlands for several years too. I’m neat, tidy and can be very quiet ☺️
Faten

Faten

Im a very social girl that would not let the hate in this world stop me from meeting new people✌🏼 Love big cities and would love to visit New York, maybe stay there?🤷🏽‍♀️ I love new cultures and different kind of people

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Hana

Hana

Hello I'm Hana and I'm 21, almost 22. I'm a french student in Business School and I really enjoy meet new people and travel. I love music, art, people, hang out, talking, animals, friends, painting etc

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According to reviews on Travel Ladies Oslo has a safety rating of 5 out of 5, based on 8 reviews from female travelers and local women.
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According to reviews on Travel Ladies Oslo has an overall rating of 4.1 out of 5, based on 8 reviews from female travelers and local women.