After three amazing nights in Bergen, it was time to head to the airport and catch a flight to Norway’s capital city, Oslo.
Final apartment selfie in Bergen.
We grabbed breakfast at the airport, before boarding the short flight to Oslo.
From Oslo airport we took a taxi to the centre of the city and checked into our hotel.
We stayed at the Comfort Hotel Karl Johan, which is a small and quirky hotel situated on Oslo’s main street.
We spent some time relaxing, before wandering around.
Karl Johans gate, the main street in Oslo.
And some other sights along the way.
Before heading to Freddy Fuego Burrito Bar for food.
The veggie burrito and burrito box were pretty nice, but not quite as good as the burritos from Los Tacos in Bergen.
After eating we walked to the National Gallery.
We saw more of Norwegian painter Edvard Munch’s paintings.
The Dance of Life.
His famous Madonna painting.
And his most famous painting of all, The Scream.
Munch did four versions of The Scream, but the most famous one is the 1893 version that we saw in the National Gallery.
We spent a couple of hours at the gallery, before heading back to our hotel.
In the evening we walked around the lively city, with street music and people heading out for drinks.
Before eating a quick dinner at McDonald’s. Feeling tired, we retired to our hotel for the night, ready for our last day in Norway.