Oslofjord, Oslo Overview

The Oslo Fjord is a relatively long and narrow sea inlet coming from the cliffs in Scandinavia and connecting the Kattegat sea area with the North Sea that reaches the Baltic Sea. Oslofjord is the perfect place for clubbing and is the ideal destination to hop islands with medieval ruins, beaches and cosy cafes.

The 120 kilometres long fjord, which is popularly referred to as the Greece of Scandinavia. The region of Inner Oslofjord is divided into four sections: West Oslofjord, East Oslofjord, and Northern Bohusian. It is a perfect combination of urban cities, sandy beaches, and archipelagos. Known for its abundance of multiple islands and destinations such as Hanko, Oslo Islands, Brevik village, Drobak, Sponvika, and many others, the Oslofjord offers beautiful scenery and many activities to enjoy. Take a ferry ride, go cafe hopping and sample local delicacies along with a fizzy drink at a bar on the Oslofjord islands.

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