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How to Make Great Sightseeing Tour in Oslo, Norway

 In Norway, most tourists first like to visit the capital Oslo, besides, it is a beautiful city and from there they can find several ways to do tourism, in the center of Oslo can find the station and from there can start a tour of Oslo to other cities near or far.

If you changed your mind for a bus tour of the capital, you can easily get from the station to the bus terminal using small bridges between the two, really when I saw that I liked the idea of design, why? because you don't waste a lot of time, don't spend a lot of money and can find everything next door, for sure the transportation system inside and outside Oslo is planned in a unique and brilliant way, I really like it, if you decide to walk around the city, you will have two choices: one is free, the other costs a little money , the free way to walk and only need solid shoes and a cheap meal, during your walk in the center of Oslo, you will wonder when you will notice that most of the people who walk next to you are not all Norwegian, because you imagine that there are also a large number of tourists , will know that when you have to ear a different and strange language, but be sure that you will be happy because you will feel like you are walking between a large group of international tourists, the other way to make stroll in the neighborhoods of Oslo it will be by bus, metro and tram of course to get them you have to pay a ticket, also do not forget a double duck bus that it is available for tourists only in summer. So you can take this bus to take a tour of the famous places in central Oslo. All these major transport networks can no longer find it in 150 square meters. Can you imagine this transportation system? You can really make a tourist move from one place to another and find his destinations even without a map, wow! Also, if a tourist gets lost, he can get help from the Norwegians who are so cultured and hospitable, you know? Norwegians communicate with all nationalities by the right way and by their habits must meet people with smiling faces also which makes relations with them so simple and easy that they can speak English fluently as the English language is the second language in Norway after the Norwegian language, so even if you asked a child for something in English you will get an answer and help immediately. When I visited Norway, I loved a lot of things there and soon I will return to Norway not only to visit but also to live in this beautiful country.