Oslo, the city of Vikings, culture, rolling green hills, beautiful fjords – that is all Norwegian capital. That is all about Oslo. The city breathes adventure with rich history pulsing through its veins. Enjoy its beauty visiting Vigeland Park the largest sculpture park in the world created by one single artist, walk in the 13th-century Akershus Fortress, once used as the main defense for the city of Oslo. It is now used mostly as a museum with a small part remaining for military use. Proceed towards the Kvadratur- the oldest quarter of the city dated back in 17 century, cross main street of the city – Karl Johan Gate. Pass the Parliament Building and Masonic Lodge and the oldest part of the university dating back to 1813, famous for its interior decoration by painter Edvard Munch. The Royal Palace, current residence of the Royal Family, drive up to the ski jump on Holmenkollen area, and further up to Soria-Moria – fairytale place where to enjoy amazing views over the city, the fjord and the islands.