Your tour begins with a scenic drive through the Akershus Fortress area, passing the Parliament, the National Theater, the Royal Residence and the suburban villa area of Holmenkollem Hills.
Arriving at the Vigeland Sculpture Park, you can see many of the 200 sculptures that are arranged over the Park's 80 acres, all created by Gustav Vigeland. Making the sculptures even more interesting is that the artist never explained his works, leaving the interpretation to each beholder.
Returning towards the town center you'll pass the busy "Bokstadveien" with its many shops, the Royal Park, the House of Artists and the market square where you will also find Oslo Cathedral which was built in 1697. Your tour also includes a visit to the city hall. Other sites you will see are the Central Railway station and the tallest building in the city, hotel Oslo Plaza.
Your tour will conclude with a scenic drive along the shoreline bringing you back to the pier.
Please note: This tour includes approximately 1.5 hours of walking/standing. The tour is available to wheelchair guests with a collapsible wheelchair who are able to make their own way on and off the coach and have a companion to assist them. Those guests with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of ability and stamina. A windbreaker or light jacket and comfortable, flat walking shoes are suggested. The order of the sites viewed or visited may vary. On occasions when the city hall is closed to visitors, a stop near the harbor for free time will be substituted. Here you can visit on your own venues such as the Nobel Peace Center, the newly opened Astrup Fearnly Art Museum or shop at the Aker Brygge mall.