Sunday in Oslo, what to do?

August 6, 2017

 

Go for a Sunday walk

When you get to know us Norwegians, you will learn that we love to "go for a walk".

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Especially on Sundays we love to go for a walk with a friend or we take our boyfriend out to walk

(or the dog..).

I love to visit the parks in Oslo.

At Tjuvholmen where I live we have a little park with art, and the Astrup Fearnley Museum. 

I also like to visit Frognerparken to barbecue or just walk around looking at all the sculptures made by Gustav Vigeland.

 

"The worldpark"
Last Sunday I visited "The world park"  (Verdensparken) at Furuset, a district in the eastern part of Oslo. The park was created by the city in 2014, and today it is a large green area with great possibilities for barbecue and picnic.  

At Furuset it is over 140 different nationalities living together and it's so fun to see the children playing together.

 

 

I went to Furuset with my "Superman" and he love sports and activities. In the park he tried the parkour facilities and we also found a park close by that had a great outdoor exercise equipment.

 

I am a urban citygirl and not so used to visit the eastern part of Oslo. But "Superman" is a hockey player and in his younger days he played for Vålerenga and Furuset, and he also grew up close by.

So it was really fun exploring his childhood playground. 

 

Where:

Furuset

Go by tram line 2 from Oslo S

Why:

You are sporty and want to do outdoor activity or you want to chill out in the park

 

 

 

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