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Highlights in Oslo

  • Modern city surrounded by vast nature
  • Amazing museums in every corner
  • Incredible activities for visitors of all ages
  • Delicious cuisines from all over the world

Best Holiday Homes & Rentals in Oslo

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St. Hanshaugen, Oslo
Holiday Rental • 65 m² • 2 Bedrooms
(14 reviews)
Our apartment is a retro getaway surrounded by a small-big city charm. The living area is 65 square meters (m2), on the 4th floor. Three big rooms with sleeping for up to 7 people. We have a double bed in each bedroom suitable for two people, an extra single bed in one of the bedrooms and a sofa in the living room that fits 2 people. Towels and bedding are available. We have Wifi And a 50 inch smart in the living room. Metro, bus, and tram are all within walking distance. The capital city's nightlife on famous Oslo streets such as Karl Johan Street, Torg gata, Aker Brygge, Barcode (The Norw...
from €205 / night
Frogner, Oslo
Holiday Rental • 41 m² • 1 Bedroom
(8 reviews)
Cozy, well-equipped, nice furnished and well maintained with all you normally need when you are away for a few days whether business or holiday. I have tried to make the apartment both cozy, practical and comfortable, so you will feel as much as home as possible. TV in both living room and bedroom, equipment for your computer, much high quality utensils, washing machine, dryer, dishwasher, iron and ironing board etc.The surroundings are absolutely perfect if you like to stay both quiet and central. Its located in one of the best parts of Oslo. Nice and quiet and just five minutes walk to Os...
from €118 / night
Gamle Oslo, Oslo
Holiday Rental • 45 m² • 1 Bedroom
(2284 reviews)
Fully equipped and furnished apartment in downtown Oslo. The apartment has one bedroom, a tiled bathroom and integrated living room and kitchen. The kitchen is fully equipped in such a degree that it can serve as an adequate alternative to own home. The apartments also have private balconies and are part of the Theatre Quarter, a residential quarter which was completed in 2008/2009. A short distance from the main train station, bus station and all of the metro lines, this gives you a good starting point if you want to experience Oslo and its surroundings. Please note that we have several ap...
from €210 / night

Prices and availability

Current Holiday letting prices Oslo

€250for 3 Jun - 10 Jun
€226 annual average
Average price per week

Current holiday letting availability Oslo

29%for 3 Jun - 10 Jun
46% annual average
Percentage of available rentals

Holiday homes and rentals in Oslo

Modern flats and houses in the centre of the city

Looking for the perfect place to get away from your daily routine? In the wonderful city of Oslo, you'll find a wide variety of luxurious and stylish properties that accommodate all your needs. Stay close to all the fun attractions in one of the modern flats of the centre or be more in tune with nature at one of the rentals near the fjord. Choose one of the many amazing homes of Oslo and experience a holiday out of this world.

Stunning rentals with all the amenities

Whether you're travelling alone, with your couple, family or friends, the spacious houses of Oslo are ideal to spend a terrific new experience. Enjoy a romantic evening at your terrace while you rejoice in the beautiful scenery of the fjord along with your partner or have fun in your garden while you play with your dog in one of the properties with pet-friendly policies. No matter the occasion, the astounding homes of Oslo adapt to all your needs. Come to the city and experience your dream vacations.

Holidays in Oslo

The area and getting around

Oslo Opera House: home of many arts

The Oslo Opera House, home to the Norwegian National Opera & Ballet, is a fascinating landmark you must visit during your stay. Famous for its structure and design, this angular building made of white granite and marble is a delight for artists and architectures alike. On the premises, you can enjoy one of their acclaimed ballet performances in the main auditorium, go up the Opera's roof and admire the magnificent views of the Oslofjord at sunset or book a guided tour to go backstage and get to know the facilities in dep. To finish it all off, get a table at their restaurant and cafe to savour a delicious meal as you've never done before. The Opera House is the perfect place to go whether you want to have a calm or thrilling experience. Book a holiday in Oslo and enjoy the fine arts!

Charming architecture at Damstredet and Telthusbakken

If you want to admire the classical houses that the towns of Norway are famous for, head to the streets of Damstredet and Telthusbakken and you'll be in for a treat. Stroll along the charming cobblestone alleys while you contemplate the colourful 18th-century wooden houses that are so loved by locals and tourists. Enjoy the blend of ancient and modern architecture on the streets of Oslo.

Travellers and activities

Oslo for ski lovers

The beautiful city of Oslo has wonderful landmarks that snow sports lovers can enjoy. The Skimore Resort offers a wide range of slopes with various difficulties that maintain the safety guidelines and are full of fun. For those beginners that want to have a good time practising this thrilling activity, the park offers public and private classes for snowboarding, cross country ski and alpine ski to enjoy. At the premises, you can also relish a delicious meal at one of the three eateries available while having a well-deserved rest after all the action. Another spot that ski lovers might enjoy is the Holmenkollen Ski Museum & Tower, where you can learn about the 4,000-year history of this sport while enjoying the beautiful panoramic views of Oslo and its fjord at the highest point of the ski tower. Slide with lots of fun at Oslo!

Oslo for museum lovers

If you fancy artefacts and painting exhibits, in Oslo you’re in for a treat. With more than 30 museums and galleries in the area, this city is an exponential place for art and history. If you're interested in Vikings' legacy, head to the Viking Ship Museum on Huk Avenue. On the premises, you'll find a large display of wood carvings, sledges, beds, tent components and grave goods found on burial mounds. The principal attractions are the Oseberg, Gokstad and Tune ships that behold a majestic aura and serve as a testament to the eventful past of this historic land. The Munch Museum is another landmark loved by the tourist. Located at Tøyen, in the borough of Gamle Oslo, this historic building is dedicated to the life and works of the Norwegian artist Edvard Munch and exhibits a collection of paintings, sculptures and prints that are over half of the artist's entire production. Undeniably, the city of Oslo has unique and historical expositions that suit all tastes.

Since the city of Oslo is located at 59 degrees parallel to the Northern Hemisphere, the daylight varies greatly all year round. This natural phenomenon can be noticed the most in midsummer when it never gets completely dark at night.

Top 5 travel tips in Oslo

1.Explore the city on wheels

If you want to explore the beautiful landmarks of Oslo but walking isn't your strong suit, check the alternatives that this incredible city offers you. Viking Biking presents a variety of public and private bike tours that take you all around the city within 3 hours. Travel through the best tourist attractions of the city and admire the neoclassical and modern architecture at every corner. If you want to take it slow, you can try the E-Scooter tours that Oslo Way presents. 2 hours of fantastical landmark sightings that accommodates any pace. Buckle your helmet and get ready to discover Norwegian culture in a different way.

2.Cruise the Oslofjord

If you want to try an exciting and different way to explore the beautiful city of Oslo, head to the dock on the fjord and get ready for the adventure. Enjoy the stunning scenery of the wooded hills that surround the city and travel the islets with charming houses scattered throughout. These cruises are a peaceful experience you can't miss out on! Hop on a boat and get ready to travel through the beautiful waters of Oslo.

3.Spend a day in a floating sauna

Experience the best of both worlds in one of the floating saunas that the city of Oslo has to offer. Start it all off in the spacious wooden cabin, where you can enjoy the warm temperatures and health benefits while admiring the beautiful views of the Opera House. Take a break on the second floor, where you can relish an exquisite beverage while you hear your favourite songs through the sound system available on the premises. Finish it all by having a dive on the fjord to cool you down. No matter if you go with your couple or some friends, the saunas of KOK are an incredible attraction you can't miss out on!

4.Have a feast on Vippa

Located in the municipality of Sentrum, Vippa is a food court on the edge of the Oslo fjord known for its restaurants with cuisines from all over the world. No matter if you want to eat fish and chips, dumplings or traditional plates from Thailand, the eateries found in this building will suit every taste. Enjoy a lovely meal inside the warm facilities or have a nice evening admiring the lovely views of the fjord while you relish a delicious snack. Come with a big appetite and enjoy the food of Oslo!

5.Visit Aker Brygge and have a shopping spree

The district of Aker Brygge is a popular place for tourists and locals thanks to its many great shops, eateries and bars. The unique and modern buildings along the boardwalk are home to boutiques, bakeries and even flower shops that make this area the perfect place to buy gifts or little souvenirs to commemorate your lovely holidays. Splurge on yourself without breaking the bank at Oslo.

FAQs: Holiday Homes & Rentals in Oslo

How much do you pay on average for holiday homes in Oslo?

COVID-19 has severely impacted the travel industry. Based on our 2020 data, Oslo has an annual average price of €302.52 per night.

Which months allow you to save the most on holiday rentals?

If you seek to get the most out of your money, the cheapest months to visit Oslo are March (€151.92 per night for accommodation, on average), February (€153.91), and November (€157.79).

When are holiday rentals more expensive in Oslo?

Following the data observed in 2020, the cost per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of July (€670.97), June (€552.71), and September (€518.08).

Is Oslo a good location for a last-minute getaway?

If you decide to discover Oslo, we recommend planning your holiday ahead of time because it is usually very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 58% in the year 2020.

What are the best months for a last-minute getaway?

June, July, and April are, in order of highest to lowest, the months that present the largest number of accommodations free, with respective average availability figures of 54.25%, 48% and 46.25%.

During which months is it more difficult to find available rentals?

According to data from 2020, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Oslo are, in order, December (with 34% of available rentals), November (35.25%), and August (35.4%).

How many holiday homes are there in Oslo?

We have grouped together the holiday rentals and homes from 5 different providers in Oslo, so we can offer you around 160 properties. You're going to have a hard time deciding which one to go with!

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