As you drive past the main city highlights you will learn more about the history of Norway’s connection to the Nobel Peace prize, the City Hall Gallery, the Royal Palace, Norwegian Parliament, and National Theatre. As the Norwegians enjoy spending their leisure time in the great outdoors, you will then leave the city behind and head up to the suburb of Holmenkollen. With some of the best views of the city and its surrounding forests and fjords, its most famous landmark is the Holmenkolbakken Ski Jump and ski facilities. This immense beauty has been a true Norwegian tourist attraction since the 1890s. There is also a Skiing Museum located under the ski jump, buried deep into the mountainside.

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