"Vigiland Park" Vigelandsparken Tip by dfactor

Vigelandsparken, Oslo: 138 reviews and 305 photos

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What more can I say? A visit to Oslo is not complete without Vigiland Park. Certainly 1 of the best park I've ever been to. The statues are very real, and they look stunning in the snow or the warm glow of the sunset. I had my best moments in this park on the last day of 2007. Got up, prepared for the freezing winter, but the glow from the sun through my window pane made me jumped into my jacket, gloves and everything else and out taking pictures all over the city, especially the park.

If you are keen, go to the travelogues on my Oslo intro page.

Address: Nobels gate 32, Oslo, Norway, 0268
Directions: You can take the tramp, but I managed a 20-minute walk from the castle.
Phone: 4723493700
Website: http://www.visitoslo.com/en/product/

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Jan 6, 2008
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