Oslo Highlights Bike Tour

From NOK 200

+1 Additional options

Our most popular tour, departing daily at 14:00 (2pm). Discover all of the major sites in about 3 hours in a fun and relaxed manner as we bike car-free paths, parks, quiet back streets, and along the fjord. There is plenty of time for stops and pictures. The guides will not only reveal the history behind the monuments and buildings, but cover topics relating to Norwegian culture and politics as well as modern life in Oslo.

PRICE

Child 1-6 years of age: 200 kroner (child seat or tag-along bike)      

Child 7-12 year os age: 200 kroner (child bike)                                                                                    

Youth and Student: 280 kroner (valid ID required for students)                                                               

Adult with Oslo Pass: 245 kroner

Adult: 350 kroner

FITNESS LEVEL

This tour is for all riders and no specific fitness level is required. The riding is mostly flat except for a couple of short inclines and a 2 minute hill leading up to the Royal Palace. Total distance covered is about 12km (7 miles).

AVAILABILITY

April-October: every day at 14:00 (2pm). Advanced booking recommended (but not required) for summer months and all weekends

November-March: departs based on weather and road conditions, so please contact us in advance if unsure. Please note that during this time of the off-season, we reserve the right to cancel the tour with full refund if there is only one participant.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Please arrive at the Viking Biking shop at least 15 minutes before the start of the tour. All tours include optional helmet. Water, energy bars, rain poncho and souvenirs available for purchase in the Viking Biking shop.

 

From NOK 200

+1 Additional options

Book Now!
  • The medieval/rennaissance castle of Akershus Festning, with time to walk the old castle walls on your own;
  • The City Hall (home of the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony), with time to visit the interior;
  • The main street of Karl Johans Gate and the Royal Palace gardens;
  • Vigeland Sculpture Park, with plenty of time to discover this world famous site;
  • Frogner neighborhood, home to Oslo's most impressive 19th century neo-classical architecture;
  • The stunning modern architecture of the harbor area Tjuvholmen/Aker Brygge, where there is an option to swim weather permitting!

Route

  1. Nedre Slottsgate 4
  2. Grev Wedels Plass
  3. Akershus Festning
  4. City Hall Wharf
  5. City Hall
  6. Karl Johans Gate by National Theater
  7. Royal Palace and Palace Gardens
  8. Frogner neighborhood
  9. Vigeland Sculpture Park
  10. Vigeland Sculpture Park
  11. Vigeland Museum
  12. Charming quiet streets
  13. Charming quiet streets
  14. Nice downhill
  15. Tjuvholmen
  16. Tjuvholmen Astrup Fearnley Museet
  17. Aker Brygge
  18. Viking Biking shop