Oslo, Norway — If you’re looking for a little adventure, it’s possible to catch sightseeing in Oslo.
From the city’s iconic old city center to the nearby river valleys, these waterfalls offer a stunning backdrop for photography and wildlife watching.
Whether you’re visiting the capital or not, here are some places to see these sights in the heart of the city.
Waterfalls of Oslo Waterfalls in Oslo are located in the old city of Oslo.
The waterfalls are a popular sightseeing destination and can be reached by walking, bike, boat, or snowmobile.
They are among the largest in the world, and the city has been a popular destination for the tourist community for more than a century.
Some of the waterfalls can be seen from the street.
They usually open at the beginning of the month.
For more information, check out the waterfall information website of the Norwegian Tourism Board.