USD65.0 per person
Approximately 4.30 hours.
Drive to the small, picturesque town of Drøbak, which used to act as the winter harbor for Oslo, when the fjord froze and vessels couldn't reach the capital. Today, the town pays well-preserved homage to the past with tiny wooden houses and narrow streets that have barely changed in over a century. A short guided walk will reveal many arts and crafts galleries and a year-round Christmas shop before you have free time to explore further. Returning to Oslo, you’ll stop at Vigeland Sculpture Park, displaying 200 figures created by Gustav Vigeland in granite, bronze and wrought iron.