Before visiting Oslo. Do always check the weather forecast! And always bring clothes that can keep you warm even during the evenings and early mornings.
All of these temps in the Long term forecast section which is shown below of this article are during the daytime of Oslo. During the night it will be 14C and up. It is important to drink a lot during these days in Oslo because many stores and even public transportation in the capital don’t have air conditioners. It means that it will be hot.
During this week we encourage you to go on a boat trip in the Oslofjord. Check out our article about how Affordable it can be to take a boat trip in Oslo here.
Visit some of the outdoor swimming pools in the Oslo area
On hot days we recommend you to try some of the swimming pools in Oslo. The entrance cost at Tøyenbadet and Frognerbadet is affordable.
Tøyenbadet can be found near Tøyen Metro station. Then you need to walk for about 10 minutes up to the swimming pool.
Frognerbadet is near Majorstuen Metro station. To reach the swimming pool you should go towards the Colosseum cinema which got the only dome in Oslo. Bypass it on the left side. Just walk straight and you will reach it.
On Monday 22nd of July, a new slide opens even at Frognerbadet which is worth checking out. You can use it without any extra costs during the opening hours which you should check out here. A worthy note though is that in weeks it opens at 07.00 in the morning. It is worth mentioning that on Fridays it is open until 20.30!
|One Time Ticket||Weekdays||Weekends|
|Baby (0-2 Years)||Free||Free|
|Children (3-12 Years)||25 kr||30 kr|
|Teenager (13-17 Years)||25 kr||30 kr|
|Student/honnør (67 Years+)||95 kr||100 kr|
|Adults (18-66 Years)||135 kr||145 kr|
|Family ticket (2 adults + 2 children)||295 kr||320 kr|
So. Put on your sunglasses and have a nice next week when you visit Oslo!
Source: Oslo Kommune