Oslo Norway

All our private Oslo tours are suitable for wheelchairs, scooters, slow walkers, and non-disabled travelers. If you want to discover some of the most important sites in Norway, then Oslo is the perfect destination.

For more information about the available tours, click on the tour’s title or the ‘more information’ button. If you wish to see other sites than mentioned in the tours, contact us, and we can discuss what is possible.


Walkable roof Opera House

Accessible Architecture and Nature Tour in Oslo – Approx. 4 hours

On this tour, you get to see the most exciting highlights of Oslo. From fascinating architecture to the most beautiful nature sites in the city center. Enjoy compelling stories from your guide when passing the sites from the comfort of your private adapted vehicle.

Oslo's city hall

Accessible strolling tour Oslo Highlights and City Hall – Approx. 3 hours

During this 3-hour strolling tour, you will walk or roll through the streets of Oslo and discover the main statues and historic buildings. Your private guide will meet you at the Tiger Statue, located in the city center, and together you head to the city’s treasures. Besides some fascinating nature points, you will see alluring architecture, such as the unique Opera House.

Sculpture from Gustav Vigeland

Accessible city center and suburb tour in Oslo – Approx. 2 hours

This tour combines the famous highlights in the city center of Oslo and stopping by suburb areas with beautiful views, with a private adapted vehicle. You will see two sides of the city: places full of fantastic architecture and places where you are entirely surrounded by nature.

Tours in Oslo

The tours in Oslo are a mix of driving and walking tours. You visit historical sites, fascinating architecture, and picturesque nature during the tours.

Pick-up can be done from the cruise port, or you discuss a meeting point in advance with your private guide. From there, you head together to the highlights of the tour.

About Oslo

Oslo is the capital city of Norway. Even though Oslo is primarily a city, it provides easy access to various natural areas. Upon arrival, you are treated to the beautiful scenery surrounding Norway’s biggest city. Take a look at nature, hills, and the Oslofjord.

Besides spectacular nature, you can also enjoy Oslo’s unique architecture. An example is the Opera House. Here you can walk on the roof of the building and enjoy the views over the water. The site was even nominated for two prizes: A prize for the World Architecture Festival and European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture.

If you are a fan of museums and art, this city is made for you. There is a place called Bygdøy in Oslo, a peninsula with museums. Here you can find five national museums, all presenting different themes from life in the polar to life dating back to the 16th century.