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Small-Group Oslo Bike Tour: City Highlights

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  • Small group means personalized attention from your guide 
  • Take cycle paths that are inaccessible by tour coaches
  • Opt for an active sightseeing experience 
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Small-Group Oslo Bike Tour: City Highlights
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Small-Group Oslo Bike Tour: City Highlights
US$41.24
Overview
With more than 1,000 years of history, there is a lot to see in Oslo. Make the most of your time in Norway's capital by cycling through the city streets on a bike tour, a great sightseeing option for travelers with limited time. With a guide and in a small group of no more than 15, you'll explore different Oslo neighborhoods while learning about the culture and history of the city.
What to Expect
Meet your guide and travel companions in central Oslo and, after a short safety briefing, pick out your bicycle and climb aboard. Pedal down Karl Johans gate, Oslo's main city street, past the yellow-brick parliament building (Storting) and 19th-century National Theatre before weaving your way down old cobblestoned streets toward the old shipyards of Aker Bygge to admire the harbor views.

Continuing onward, you'll cruise past neoclassical buildings with vibrantly decorated facades before coming across the Renaissance fortress of Akershus Castle. Enjoy a refreshing drink here (at own expense) before carrying on toward the Royal Palace, the official residence of Norway's king. Next, take a look at the intricate murals inside Oslo City Hall, as well as the room in which the Nobel Peace Prize is awarded each year.

After pedaling to Frognerparken, you have some free time to take in the sights and leisurely vibe of Oslo's biggest public park, loved by locals, and to check out the numerous open-air sculptures by Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland.

Refreshed, you'll then pedal back to your original departure point in central Oslo where your tour ends.
Reviews (108)
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Reviewed 1 week ago
Great Guide and bike ride

Excellent tour of town, parks and views. We did not have horn hats. Bikes were in good condition. Guide told funny stories and shared history of town and country. Only one long hill on what was about a 7 mile ride.

Thank Joe M
curtis_viking_biking, Owner at Viking Biking & Viking Hiking, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Hi Joe, Thank you not only for the nice review but for posting some pictures too! We really appreciate that, and I have let your guide Bekka know of your kind feedback. Best regards, Curtis

Reviewed 1 week ago
Great Way to Visit Key Sites in Oslo

My tour group arranged for a city biking tour with Viking Biking, and we were well pleased. It was fairly easy biking, but we saw quite a bit, including Vigeland Sculpture Park (all those naked statures, what a novelty!), Akershus Fortress, City Hall, etc. Our...More

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curtis_viking_biking, Owner at Viking Biking & Viking Hiking, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Hi Mary, We appreciate the nice review and are glad you enjoyed many of the stops, in particular the sculpture park (which makes quite an impression on most visitors!). I will pass along your kind words to the guide and we thank you for taking...More

Reviewed 1 week ago
Great Intro to Oslo with a Knowledgeable Guide

We spent our first afternoon in Oslo orienting ourselves to the city with this most enjoyable bike tour. Helmets were recommended and included in the cost of the tour. The tour started right on time, with Beau as our guide. Despite the fact that the...More

Thank Jennifer H
curtis_viking_biking, Owner at Viking Biking & Viking Hiking, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Thank you Jennifer for the nice review and we will pass along your kind words to the guide. We try to keep our tours at about 8-12 participants as we find that creates a nice social mix where customers start to chat with one another...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Great way to see Oslo

We had 3 hours visiting some of the highlights of Oslo with Michael from Viking Biking. He was very knowledgeable of the city and its history. A fun way to see some of the city highlights and learn a bit of history. It was mostly...More

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curtis_viking_biking, Owner at Viking Biking & Viking Hiking, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Thank you for the nice review and we are glad you enjoyed your tour. Recommendations are such an important part of our business so we appreciate it greatly! Best regards, Curtis Rojak

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
the best way to see Oslo

We were just in Oslo for 3 days but saw an incredible amount in the 3 hours with these guys. Chris, our guide was great. Being a local he had a lot of info on city, its history. The bikes were good. I would recommend...More

1  Thank Peter A
curtis_viking_biking, Owner at Viking Biking & Viking Hiking, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Hi Peter. We appreciate the nice review and Chris was happy to read your kind feedback. We certainly agree that you can see a lot in 3 hours by bike -- that is one of the big advantages of getting around on two wheels instead...More

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Josh C
July 28, 2018|
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Response from MCValdes | Reviewed this property |
Sorry but We didn’t have any children with us. Contact the company directly.
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Sadiya R
July 25, 2018|
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Response from Whenz | Reviewed this property |
For the bike tour we did the guide was included.
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btobian
April 22, 2018|
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Response from David G | Reviewed this property |
It was about 3 hours, but at a slow pace.
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