- Duration: 30 Minutes (approx.)
- Location: Morvik
- Product code: P0KJA3
The tour goes to Kjeller Airport which was the first airport established in Norway. Situated in the outskirts of Lillestrøm, it is 9 nautical miles(17km; 10mi) east northeast of Oslo,making it the airport located the closest to the capital. We will lift off and head directly to Holmenkollen;f riendly, experienced, and safety-certified pilots provide an unmatched experience of everything you look at and makes sure you have a pleasant flight
Holmekollen with its famous ski jumping hill, the Holmenkollbakken, hosting competitionssince 1892. To the north, the area borders to the woodlands areaal though not designated aborough of Oslo, it is a major recreational area for the population of Oslo. Despite being used frequently by many inhabitants of Oslo, especially at weekends, the fauna of marka includes species such as lynx, wolf, beaver, moose and roe deer.
Continuing to Frogner Park which contains, in its present centre, the well-known Vigelandinstallation a permanent sculpture installation created by Gustav Vigeland between the 1920sand 1943. Frogner Park is the largest park in the city and covers 45 hectares;the sculpture installation is the world’s largest sculpture park made by a single artist. Frogner Park is the most popular tourist attraction of Norway, with between 1 and 2 million visitors each year.
We will continue down to the fjord and Bygdøy with belonging parks and forests. Bygdøy Royal Estate (Bygdøy kongsgård), the official summer residence of the King of Norway and Oscarshall,site of the Queen Josephine Galleryare also located here.
Continuing onwards to Aker Brygge, the cruise ships and TheOpera. The roof of the Operaangles to ground level, creating a large plaza that invites pedestrians to walk up and enjoy the panoramic views of Oslo. On the way back to the airport we will pass over The Glomma, or Glåma, the longest and largest river in Norway.The 621-kilometre-long (386-mile) river has a drainage basis that covers a full 13% of Norway’s area, all in the southern part of the country.