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Parks & nature in Akershus

Park
“Trams from here take you to most places in the city. Frognerparken/Vigelandsparken is about 30 min ride”
33 locals recommend
Park
“This park is one of Oslo's largest with generous amounts of open space and a view of the City center and the fjord and its islands. ”
29 locals recommend
Park
“There's a nice park here with ruins of some very old churches. Nothing spectacular, but a nice area.”
33 locals recommend
Park
“Supercosy park (see pictures) used by Oslo people all summer for tanning, bbq or just relaxing. ”
30 locals recommend
Beach
“If you want to get in touch with nature take the subway to Sognsvann or take bus 30 from Solli to Bygdøy Sjøbad. Take a walk in the forest and jump in the water. ”
18 locals recommend
Beach
“A nearby taste of nature/ woods - and the fjord if you feel like going for an easy hike.”
26 locals recommend
Park
“One of the many green lungs of Oslo. Sculptures and a beautiful church in the park, filled with people in the summers.”
22 locals recommend
Plaza
“Oslo City bike is a perfect way to discover the city. It cost 50 NOK for a day pass. It is also city bikes at Telhusbakken if it is empty here.e ”
17 locals recommend
Park
“Walking distance, great for a morning jogging or reading a book. Don't forget to pick a wonderful cup of coffee first at Java in the centre of St.Hanshaugen”
24 locals recommend
Ski Lodge
“Really nice hike in the forest. Take tram nr 1 to the last stop. Follow signs to Ullevålseter , have a cinnamon roll, and follow signs to Sognsvann. From there take the tram back to Majorstua. About 3 hrs. For a shorter hike stop at Tryvannstua ( on the way to Ullevållseter), and take the same way back to Frognerseteren. ”
24 locals recommend
Park
“Virgin forest with a river running by. Not the biggest area, but a nice place to go through if your doing a walk around the neighborhood.”
20 locals recommend
Ski Area
“Here is the toboggan run where you can rent a boardwalk from one day (150 kr ). You take the underground to Holmenhollen. You drive down 2500 meters and then you can take the underground back and drive again.”
18 locals recommend
Scenic Viewpoint
“Take the subway to Vettakollen and take a short hike in the woods to get great photo opportunities and views of Oslo. Bring a hammock and relax for a minute. ”
14 locals recommend
Scenic Viewpoint
“Charming and picturesque part of central Oslo with well-preserved and inhabited wooden houses from the late 1700s and the 1800s. Damstredet is a cobbled street with wooden houses from the first half of the 19th century. The street runs between Akersveien and Fredensborgveien and is just 160 metres long.”
18 locals recommend
Farm
“Organic farm, trail from Hvitsten to Ramme, cafe during summer, some organic groceries. Animals. Munch-museum. Part of the public Coast-trail.”
6 locals recommend
Island
“Another beautiful island right outside Oslo. Take the island ferry with your regular public transportation ticket (zone 1). You can swim or go for a walk, and there's a great café / restaurant (Gressholmen Kro) with beautiful outdoor seating among the trees and overlooking the water! ”
24 locals recommend