50 Apartments in Oslo

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Aparthotel in Frogner - Oslo | Map
1.7 km from the center
  • 30 m2
  • 3 people
  • Internet
  • Heating
  • Terrace
  • Parking
  • Elevator
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Apartment in Frogner - Oslo | Map
1.4 km from the center
  • 60 m2
  • 5 people
  • Internet
  • Heating
  • Elevator
  • Garden
  • Tv
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Apartment in Sankt Hanshaugen - Oslo | Map
1.9 km from the center
  • 85 m2
  • 6 people
  • Internet
  • Heating
  • Terrace
  • Parking
  • Elevator
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Apartment in Grünerløkka - Oslo | Map
910 m from the center
  • 75 m2
  • 6 people
  • Internet
  • Heating
  • Elevator
  • Balcony
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Aparthotel in Frogner - Oslo | Map
1.4 km from the center
  • 91 m2
  • 6 people
  • Internet
  • Heating
  • Elevator
  • Balcony
  • Bath linen
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Apartment in Frogner - Oslo | Map
1.4 km from the center
  • 50 m2
  • 4 people
  • Kitchenette
  • Internet
  • Heating
  • Elevator
  • Tv
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Apartment in Frogner - Oslo | Map
1.3 km from the center
  • 73 m2
  • 6 people
  • Internet
  • Heating
  • Elevator
  • Garden
  • Tv
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Aparthotel in Sankt Hanshaugen - Oslo | Map
In the center
  • 38 m2
  • 4 people
  • Kitchenette
  • Internet
  • Heating
  • Elevator
  • Tv
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Apartment in Frogner - Oslo | Map
2 km from the center
  • 65 m2
  • 5 people
  • Kitchenette
  • Internet
  • Heating
  • Elevator
  • Tv
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Apartment in Frogner - Oslo | Map
1.2 km from the center
  • 80 m2
  • 6 people
  • Internet
  • Heating
  • Garden
  • Tv
  • Washing machine
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Apartment in Gamle Oslo - Oslo | Map
In the center
  • 60 m2
  • 5 people
  • Internet
  • Heating
  • Elevator
  • Balcony
  • Tv
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Apartment in Sankt Hanshaugen - Oslo | Map
In the center
  • 50 m2
  • 4 people
  • Internet
  • Heating
  • Elevator
  • Tv
  • Bath linen
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Apartment in Frogner - Oslo | Map
1.6 km from the center
  • 2 people
  • Internet
  • Heating
  • Elevator
  • Tv
  • Bath linen
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Apartment in Sankt Hanshaugen - Oslo | Map
950 m from the center
  • 60 m2
  • 4 people
  • Internet
  • Elevator
  • Tv
  • Washing machine
  • Bath linen
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Apartment in Grünerløkka - Oslo | Map
1.9 km from the center
  • 45 m2
  • 4 people
  • Internet
  • Heating
  • Tv
  • Washing machine
  • Bath linen

Apartments in Oslo -- Affordably Holiday Rentals

Oslo has burst into the present day in a flurry of design and top-notch technology. The city is a patchwork quilt of modern buildings, contemporary art galleries, and new-age bars and restaurants. There's a heavy emphasis on culture, too, with plenty of nightlife options ranging from late night gigs and opera performances to high-end concerts and mega-clubs. But it's not all glitz and glam in the modern day. Oslo is edged by stunning natural scenery; lush forests climb up wild hillsides, and eggshell-smooth lakes stretch out between dipping valleys and soaring peaks. The surrounding countryside is ideal for adventure travellers, offering the perfect backdrop for hiking, skiing, sailing, and cycling. Whatever kind of traveller you are, whether you're looking to explore the urban charm or Mother Nature, our apartments in Oslo provide the perfect base for your adventure.
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Jazz and Fresh Fish - Explore Oslo Like a Local

Because it's not the cheapest of cities, Oslo locals have to find affordable, alternative ways to spend their time. Obviously they don't spend their days checking out the major attractions, so what do they do instead?

You could start your day with a trip to the city hall docks where the local fishermen bring in their fresh catches of the day. Around the area you'll find plenty of open-air markets and stalls piled high with unusual fish and seafood -- this is where the locals go to buy fresh fish. It's the perfect place to grab a coffee and soak up local life, and you can also treat yourself to a little snack or two: the boiled shrimps are a firm favourite amongst locals, but you can also tuck into some stranger offerings, like wolfish.

If you're hunger still isn't satiated, pop over to Mathallen, the indoor food market. It's relatively new, having only opened a few years ago, but it offers an eclectic mix of produce against a beautiful backdrop. The building itself combines old industrial architecture with contemporary glass designs, and the inside is a flurry of delicious treats, from reindeer sausage and fresh seafood to obscure cheeses and seasonal fruits.

When evening sets in, head to a local jazz bar to enjoy Oslo's thriving jazz scene. There are plenty of cafés and bars dotted around that are well-versed in this genre, but you might want to check out Victoria National Jazz Scene, which is located in the centre of the city.

Staying in one of our Oslo apartments is the perfect way to explore the city like a local.

Oslo Accommodation

Oslo accommodation reflects both the futuristic, designer nature of the city and its welcoming, friendly atmosphere. A lot of places to stay are luxurious in their décor, like the unique boutique hotels that boast stylish charm and feature the contemporary personality of Oslo. Local hostels are also a popular option, especially for those on a budget. They place you in the centre of the action and in prime position to explore the city's vibrant nightlife. For the more independent traveller, holiday apartments provide an immersive way to discover the city like a local.

Vikings and Museums - Things to do in Oslo

  • Viking Ship Museum -- Forming part of the Museum of Cultural History at the University of Oslo, this museum exhibits a number of archaeological artefacts dating back hundreds of years.
  • Akershus Fortress -- This impressive castle was once used as a prison, but today it is an important historical landmark in the city.
  • Oslofjord -- A picturesque sea inlet fringed by harbours and contemporary buildings, the Oslofjord gives a glimpse of the city's natural wonders.
  • Kon-Tiki Museum -- Opened backed in 1949, the Kon-Tiki Museum is home to a collection of maps and age-old vessels from the Kon-Tiki expedition. There's also a library here with over 8000 books.
  • Fram Museum -- This quirkily designed building recalls the story of the Norwegian polar exploration through visuals and compelling narratives.
  • Norwegian Museum of Cultural History -- Another of Oslo's top museums, this cultural history counterpart highlights the rich timeline of social groups from all over the country.
  • Holmenkollen Ski Museum -- Situated at the bottom of the Holmenkollen ski jump, this museum is the oldest of its kind in the world, dating back to the early 1920s.
  • Vigeland Museum -- Founded back in 1919 by Gustav Vigeland, a famous sculptor, this museum is home to a collection of fine arts.
  • Frogner Park -- Located in the Frogner district of Oslo, this urban park houses Frogner Manor, an impressive building that's home to the Oslo City Museum.
  • Norway's Resistance Museum -- Set inside the Akershus Fortress, this museum showcases artefacts and stories from the occupation of Norway by Nazi Germany.
  • Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art -- Oslo is a haven for modern art lovers, and the Astrup Fearnley Museum is one of the most popular institutions for modern art in the city.
  • Royal Palace, Oslo -- Built back in the early 1800s, this palace was originally the residence of King Charles III. Today, it's the official residence of the Norwegian monarch.
  • Fram -- This was the vessel used during the Arctic and Antarctic expeditions carried out by Norwegian explorers, Fridtjof Nansen, Otto Sverdup, Oscar Wisting, and Roald Amundsen.
  • Nobel Peace Center -- A home for the Nobel Peace Prize and the ideologies that it represents.
  • Munch Museum -- Edvard Munch is perhaps the best-known Norwegian artist, and this museum is dedicated solely to his portfolio of works.
  • Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology -- Exhibiting ideas and histories from the European Route of Industrial Heritage, this museum forms an important part of Oslo's historic timeline.
  • Sognsvann -- Situated in the lush green scenery that surrounds Oslo, Sognsvann is a large lake popular for summer days out.

Our selection of Oslo apartments span all areas of the city, including in and around the major landmarks listed above.

Over and Under - Getting Around Oslo

Once you're in Oslo, getting around is extremely easy. If you're on a budget, you might want to stick to walking, biking, and local buses, but there's also a transport pass you can pick up which will save you a few pennies. All transport services in the city are run by Ruter, which makes it easy to buy tickets and navigate around. Aside from the local buses, there is an efficient metro system that connects up all the major attractions, as well as tram services.

Oslo is a great travel hub for visiting other parts of the country, too, and there is a reliable train service that travels to other major hotspots in Norway. If you're looking to explore Oslo's islands, there are a number of daily ferries that taking visitors there and back every day.

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Districts

Frogner 23 Accommodations
Sankt Hanshaugen 10 Accommodations
Grünerløkka 9 Accommodations
Gamle Oslo 7 Accommodations
Bjerke 1 Accommodation

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