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In the heart of Vestfjorden, approximately 9 miles from Oslo, you will find Sandvika. If you visit during summer, you should definitely head to Kalvøya. The scenic island can be reached via a suspension bridge and offers beaches, festivals and hiking trails. For those who are more open-minded, the eastern side of the island also offers a dedicated naturist zone.
Board the popular fjord vessels Rigmor and Rigfar to experience the Oslo Fjord. These vessels sail between the islands in Asker and Bærum. If you book a ticket in good time you can also experience Oscarsborg fort, go fishing or enjoy a pirate-themed evening! It is possible to rent the vessels for private events and sail from Kadettangen at the mouth of the River Sandvik.
If you are on a shopping holiday, you have come to the right place. One of the largest shopping centres in the country, Sandvika Storsenter, is just a few minutes’ walk from Sandvika station. Here you can find what your heart desires, with 200 stores and eateries available to choose from.
If you want to experience a slightly unusual museum, you should visit the Emma Hjorth Museum, where you can learn about the history of caring for mental illness in Norway. The museum highlights an essential part of the country’s socio-political history up until the Second World War in the form of photographs, newspaper clippings and its own database.
It is easy to travel to Sandvika from the UK. If you’re flying into Oslo, Sandvika is only an hour away by train, giving you ample opportunity to enjoy the views through the window. There are also regular bus departures from several locations throughout Norway heading towards Sandvika, making it easy to incorporate into a wider tour of the country.
There is plenty to do during a weekend break in Sandvika. However, if the need to visit more urban areas should arise, you will find the capital only a short train ride away.
Located in Sandvika, this hotel is 1.9 mi (3 km) from Henie Onstad Art Centre and within 6 mi (10 km) of Whale Beach and Telenor Arena. Gustav Vigeland Sculpture Park and Viking Ship Museum are also within 9 mi (15 km).
Housed in a modern complex and the tallest hotel building in Northern Europe, this luxury property is located in Oslo's city center, 100 meters from the bustling Karl Johan Street.
Located in Oslo City Centre, this hotel is steps from Cinemateket and Oslo Cathedral. Jernbanetorget and Mini Bottle Gallery are also within 5 minutes.
Located in Oslo City Centre, this luxury hotel is steps from Oslo Nye Teater, Karl Johan Street, and Parliament. National Gallery and Oslo Cathedral are also within 10 minutes.
Located in Oslo City Centre, this hotel is steps from Oslo Nye Teater, Karl Johan Street, and Parliament. National Gallery and Oslo Cathedral are also within 10 minutes.
Best Western Hotell Bondeheimen is located in downtown Oslo, 100 meters from the main street, Karl Johans gate, and a short walk from the Parliament and National Gallery. The airport bus and train both stop minutes away. It's a 3-minute walk to Stortinget Metro Station, and 10 to the main station.
Located in Oslo City Centre, this hotel is steps from Museum of Cultural History and National Gallery. Royal Palace and Karl Johan Street are also within 10 minutes.
Modern high-rise hotel with imposing glass façade, situated just 164 feet (50 meters) from the Royal Palace in Oslo's city center.