19 August, 2018
It's no secret that Oslo isn't the cheapest destination out there. But it's also tricky to put a price on the jaw-dropping moment you first cast eyes on the ice-capped peaks and cobalt waters of the Geirangerfjord, those spine-tingling tales of brave Viking raiders that unfold in the local museums here, and the reams of culture there is to get through, from Henrik Ibsen to canvasses of Edward Munch. The solution? Saving money on cheap flights to Oslo from Australia can leave you with a bigger budget to explore this Scandinavian jewel. The best bargains are often with multiple stopovers and during the winter, when you'll catch the romantic Royal Palace dusted with snow, not to mention gravity-defying jumpers whizzing off the Holmenkollen ski jump!
Even if you're not coming to watch the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet, this jaw-dropping building is worth it for its jagged and seamless architecture.
Once a bland container port, now a hip bohemian district, Sorenga has open-air swimming spots and some of Oslo's coolest eateries.
The Holmenkollbakken is now a symbol of Oslo. It's the place to go to watch ski jumpers conquer distances of more than 130 meters in the winter.
Currently, May/2020 and June/2020 are the cheapest months to fly to Oslo. The most expensive month is July/2020.
No airlines fly direct to Oslo from Australia.
Thai Airways is the cheapest airline to fly to Oslo from Australia.