Side Trips from Oslo Travel Guide
There is much to see and do around Oslo, particularly in the Oslo Fjord area. The coast, on both the east and west side, offers ample opportunities for swimming, walking, and fishing. Farther away from the sea, expect gentle rolling fields, big gård (farms), and forested areas. This region is one of the most populated in Norway, so public transport links and roads are good, making for quick travel.
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