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When is the cheapest time to fly to Oslo?
Three airports serve Oslo’s air travel needs. These are Oslo Airport, Sandefjord Airport, and Moss Airport. Oslo Airport is the largest among them and it serves as Norway’s primary international gateway. If you are searching for Oslo airport flights, be sure to clarify if they really refer to flights heading to Oslo Airport in Gardermoen. Most flight booking websites tend to list flights to all three Oslo airports under the keywords Oslo airport.
Geography and Climate
With an area of around 453 square kilometers, Oslo is a relatively big city, which is mostly made of forests. This makes the city a great place to live in. It also has several islands that become favorite destinations during summers. On the other hand, the city’s climate can be described as something fairly warm, mainly attributable to the warm air carried across the Atlantic from the Gulf Stream.
Oslo is a great tourist attraction that features interesting architecture, museums, and parks. The city has various attractive buildings and structures that include the Royal Palace at the city’s main avenue, the Opera House, Oslo Cathedral, and the Stortinget or the building of the Parliament of Norway. Some of the city’s museums are Munch Museum that features the works of Norwegian painter Edward Munch, the National Gallery, Nobel Peace Centre, Viking Ship Museum, the Norwegian Maritime Museum, and the Emanuel Vigeland Museum. For those interested in parks, the Frogner Park, St. Hanshaugen, and Slottsparken or Palace Park are some of the great places to visit.
Temperature average in July
13 - 22.3°C
Rainfall average in July
Cheapest time to fly to Oslo (TRF)
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