What to do in Oslo this October
Credit: PixabayTake advantage of the chilly autumn colours in October as winter rolls in, bringing with it crisp, cool air and shorter daylight hours. Temperatures usually range between 4ºC and 10ºC (40ºF and 50ºF). Northern parts are usually colder and depending on where you travel to, the weather can change quickly so make sure you pack some warm woollies and outdoor winter gear. Make sure to carry shoes that will let you traverse snow. What to DoIn October, Oslo is relatively uncrowded so you can go out and enjoy some fresh air while spending time in places like Vigeland Sculpture Park or exploring Oslo’s Akerselva River Walk—a scenic 5-mile waterway with forests, wildlife, museums, and local history. Most of Norway’s urban areas are located close to nature so there are several hiking trails you can discover. Autumn also sees Oslo host a number of art exhibitions, local harvest and literature festivals as well as small indoor concerts.Events to AttendLillehammer Jazz…
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