Any eco-tourist planning their next holiday can do a lot worse than visit Norway. One of the most environmentally friendly countries in the world there is plenty to see and do for and green traveller.
Vigeland Museum & Park in regarded as one of the best tourist attractions in Oslo, with over 200 bronze and granite sculptures to enjoy. Gustav Vigeland designed the sculptures back in the 1930’s and today there are a fantastic variety to see.
There are various tours available, however, the official tour of the museum looks the best. Here you can learn about the museum as well as the sculptures. Prices vary depending on when you go, the size of group and times etc.When it comes to eco-friendly accommodation Oslo is on the ball. There are many options to choose from, however, some can be pricey. The hotel Perminalen is an eco-friendly affordable option that is within walking distance from the park.
When visiting a city it is often prudent to look at the various types of transport to find a mode that is eco-friendly. That isn’t necessary in Oslo, by walking out of your front door and jumping on the first bus, tram or train that comes along the chances are you are travelling green.
Oslo is a wash of good quality restaurants and the Spiseforretning is no exception. Offering top quality locally sourced food this is an ideal spot to enjoy a bite to eat whilst soaking up the local culture.
Many countries around the world are looking more carefully at becoming green. Norway is already there and so far ahead of most countries that any ecotourist is likely to have a thoroughly enjoyable time without having to be overly concerned with your carbon footprint.