Return flights to Oslo, Norway from $10pp
Cheap flights to Oslo are back! I did this exact Ryanair deal last January, travelling to Norway for £10 return. Oslo isn't the most obvious of places for a short break, but it's absolutely beautiful in all its frozen winter splendour. While Norway is expensive in general, I found that Airbnb accommodation was very cheap, and the cosy cafes and restaurants were wonderful and all very Hygge!
If you're staying in Oslo, I'd recommend a 2-night trip. However, the train system is super efficient and inexpensive in Norway, so you could easily take a train to Bergen or even into Sweden.
- Hand luggage is included, however, only small handbag sized bags are permitted in the cabin unless you have booked priority boarding. Please check the Ryanair website carefully during booking, as they change their baggage policy all the time!
- Seat selection is available at extra cost, starting at £4 each way.
The cheapest rates are available throughout February and March 2019.
There are plenty of accommodation options to choose from. Airbnb has a wide selection of city centre apartments available from around £45 per night - see the Airbnb search results for 05 March to 07 March. I chose a large, stylish apartment near Karl Johans gate, at around £80 per night. For two of us, the price of accommodation and airfare was £90 per person. You can get a £25 credit towards your accommodation if you are new to Airbnb and sign up using this link. Read our Airbnb guide for beginners here.
The map below shows a selection of hotel accommodation available on booking.com. The prices shown are the total price for two people staying between 05 March and 07 March 2019.
Important: Prices are correct at the time of publishing, however they are subject to change at any time depending on availability. Some promotional prices will be strictly limited by tour operators or airlines. Special terms and conditions may apply.
The compact city of Oslo is Norway’s capital. It is currently one of the fastest growing cities in the world, with development and regeneration.
In the north and to the east, wide, densely forested hills known as Marka tower over the city creating the illusion that Oslo sits in the centre of a giant amphitheatre.
For foodies, the city offers a diverse culinary experience from a thriving coffee culture in the day and the most northern three Michelin-starred restaurant, Maaemo, if you fancy fine dining, to trying the local delights of it’s fusion scene. Read our full destination guide here.