Hotel Bondeheimen is located downtown in Oslo City Centre with shops, restaurants, theaters, Karl Johans gate and the Castle just around the corner. Several other attractions are also within walking distance, such as Aker Brygge, Stortinget, Oslo City and Oslo Spektrum.
You can easily get to and from Oslo Airport Gardermoen with the airport bus that stops right outside our door, or with the airport train from Nationaltheatret Train Station. Furthermore, you can find all types of public transportation within walking distance of our property.
Our receptionists are well known in the capital and are happy to assist you with planning your upcoming stay in Oslo.
As a scenic area of Oslo, Aker Brygge is a sight for sore eyes and a lively hub for culture, shopping, dining, and tourism.
Enjoy a city walk through vibrant Oslo where the flowers have started to bloom as the snow has slowly melted away.
In spring, Oslo wakes up from its winter sleep, and you can enjoy markets and festivals or join the locals at the famous "utepils" (outdoor beer).
Children’s parades, marching bands, traditional costumes, and ice cream. A lot of ice cream. The celebration of the Norwegian Constitution Day is a party like no other and is not to be missed!
Perched hundreds of meters above Oslo and its fjord, the wilderness of Oslo is an amazing get-away from the city, for those in search of peace and quiet or fun-filled adventures.
The Opera House is the home of The Norwegian National Opera and Ballet, and has become one of the most popular tourist attractions in Norway.
With its perfect temperatures and endless sunsets, Oslo in the summer is hard to beat. Here are some suggestions for things to see, do and explore in Oslo throughout the summer.
Oslo comes alive in the summer, when the city’s many green places become Meccas for one-use BBQ grills and lounging about with friends and family.
Oslo’s culinary scene is booming and has now become a culinary destination on the rise. With a vast range of vibrant restaurants, trendy coffee shops, food courts and local street food Oslo has a lot to offer for food lovers.
Most of the best beaches lie along the Oslofjord and can be reached with just a quick walk from the city or a short ride on public transport.
During summer you can enjoy thousands of events, concerts, theatrical performances and art exhibitions.
Frognerbadet and Tøyenbadet are popular places to visit to cool off when the summer weather gets too hot.
Rent a city bike and see the city center! www.oslosykkel.no
Oslo has a ridiculously rich nightlife scene, with a huge range of bars and clubs catering to the refined and the raucous alike.
During the months of September, October, and November, the days get shorter, the air crisper, the food richer, and the colours more dazzling.
Juggle between nature adventures and serious shopping, various sports activities and urban café life – all in one day.
During fall the city is well suited for walks or bicycles and the many public parks attract huge crowds whenever the sun comes out.
The vast areas of untouched nature that surround Oslo are just 20-30 minutes from the city centre.
Combine the buzz and nightlife of the capital with skiing and loads of fresh air in the deepest of forests. And do not be surprised if you see people go to work on skis in the very centre of the city.
Holmenkollen is the hill you see on the north western side of Oslo. It takes 20-30 minutes to get here from the city centre – the view from the subway on the way up the hill is worth the trip alone!
The Oslo area's main ski resort - only 30 minutes from downtown Oslo!
More than 2,600 km (1,600 miles) of prepared cross-country ski trails run deep into the forests of Oslo and are awaiting for you.
Fluffy snow, sparkling fairy lights, fire crackling in the wooden houses. The magic of silence, outdoor winter activities, Christmas markets, and comfort food. Oslo in winter is a magical city.
Oslo has a variety of shopping – from shopping mallsto small boutiques, charming antique shops, international brandsand local handicraft shops