Oslo Fjord Cruise in Winter — Oslo, Norway

Probably up there as one of the most “touristy” things we’ve done on one of our self-guided adventures but we really wanted to see Oslo from a different angle and seen as it’s sat on a fjord we thought it would make sense to experience it from the water. The air was cooooooooold and we didn’t have the option to walk up a hill (that’s what we normally do to get warm but that doesn’t really work on a boat!) but we did have plenty of blankets, some incredible views and a hot chocolate from the onboard bar.

The ‘cruise’ took us around some of the nearby islands and gave us exactly what we wanted, all for 315NOK (around £30 each).

Oslo Fjord Cruise in Winter - by Haarkon
Oslo Fjord Cruise in Winter - by Haarkon
Oslo Fjord Cruise in Winter - by Haarkon
Oslo Fjord Cruise in Winter - by Haarkon
Oslo Fjord Cruise in Winter - by Haarkon
Oslo Fjord Cruise in Winter - by Haarkon
Oslo Fjord Cruise in Winter - by Haarkon
Oslo Fjord Cruise in Winter - by Haarkon
Oslo Fjord Cruise in Winter - by Haarkon
Oslo Fjord Cruise in Winter - by Haarkon
Oslo Fjord Cruise in Winter - by Haarkon
Oslo Fjord Cruise in Winter - by Haarkon
Oslo Fjord Cruise in Winter - by Haarkon
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Oslo Fjord Cruise in Winter - by Haarkon
Oslo Fjord Cruise in Winter - by Haarkon
Oslo Fjord Cruise in Winter - by Haarkon
Oslo Fjord Cruise in Winter - by Haarkon
Oslo Fjord Cruise in Winter - by Haarkon
Oslo Fjord Cruise in Winter - by Haarkon
Oslo Fjord Cruise in Winter - by Haarkon
Oslo Fjord Cruise in Winter - by Haarkon
Oslo Fjord Cruise in Winter - by Haarkon
Oslo Fjord Cruise in Winter - by Haarkon
Oslo Fjord Cruise in Winter - by Haarkon
Oslo Fjord Cruise in Winter - by Haarkon
Oslo Fjord Cruise in Winter - by Haarkon

We took the Winter Sightseeing cruise on Helena.

See what else we got up to in Oslo here.