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Bed and breakfast accommodation in Oslo Monasteries

• Unique and peaceful Monastery stays like no other

• Enjoy one of a kind guest accommodation in some of the most historic and beautiful buildings in Oslo on the doorstep of some of Norway's most renowned tourist attractions.

• provides a unique opportunity for anyone to stay in beautiful Monastery accommodation across Oslo and the surrounding area, the perfect base for a peaceful, relaxing retreat.

Oslo Visitor information

Oslo the beautiful capital city of Norway boost a sense of reinvention, the compact, cultered and fun city will not stop from surprising you. 

The city concists of a lot of parks, protected forests, hils and lakes. It is one of the lowest carbon footprint city in the world. Only a few minutes away from the center, you will find some pure nature gems such as the Oslofjord’s waterways, the islands, the ski slopes and the forestes of Nordmarka.

If you are looking for a weekend break, the compact city centre is easy and safe to explore by foot or by bike. You can enjoy pedestrian-friendly areas for shopping, visiting viking museums, wander around the art galleries and try the traditional favorite hot dogs. Don't forget to stop by the remarqueable baroque Cathedral where everyone is welcome.




History of Oslo

Oslo's history goes back to 1000AD, the medieval town was located east of Aker River. Closeby lies the memorial park with ruins of the St. Hallvard cathedral (from the 12th century) and the St. Olav convent.

Oslo used to be thriving town, until a dramatic fire in 1642 destroyed everything. The town was after rebuilt by the Akershus fortress, and the Danish King Christian IV decided to name the town Christiania. The city was renamed Oslo in 1925 and developed rapidly after World War II.

Today, Oslo is the centre of Norwegian trade, banking, industry, and shipping. Oslo Harbour is the largest, as well as the busiest, in the country. The leading industries are the production of consumer goods and the electrotechnical and graphic industries. 

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