Riding next to the lake - Norway

Cycling in Norway

Norway is well-known for its scenic bicycle routes, but the city itself is breathtaking.

So, are you planning a trip to Scandinavia's third largest city? If you are, you should consider not only cycling in the centre of Oslo, but also exploring the amazing forests beyond. It is packed with beautiful lakes and vistas that will leave you breathless.

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Oslo, Norway is a beautiful Scandinavian town which might just be the hidden gem of cycling destinations in Europe.

Norway’s capital successfully combines nature and city life, with short distances between the city centre and the countryside. You will become acquainted with the city in a single day.

Because Oslo is not particularly large in comparison to other large cities, it is pleasant to cycle, furthermore, the climate is bike-friendly but the temperature rarely rises above 25 degrees Celsius so that is something to keep in mind when planning your trip.

Cycling has grown in popularity in Norway in recent years, and both locals and tourists on two wheels are a common sight in the cityscape. In other words, being a “green” traveller in Norway’s capital is very simple. Rental bikes are frequently available at hotels and local businesses, and much effort has been made to make two-wheeled transportation a safe option.