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Is it any free bach,coastal area,everyone can visit near/in Oslo?

By Local May 23, 2018
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Is it any free bach,coastal area,everyone can visit near/in Oslo?

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By jan Local May 23, 2018

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Is water really that warm that it is possible to swim?
Traveller June 24, 2018
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Well , no one charges you to visit beaches/coastal areas in Oslo.
Check these for yourself :
Bygdøy, Huk beach and more beaches via 15-20 minutes rides from ferry like Langøyene Beach, Hovedøya Island beach and more...

There are many other places near sea, near which you can relax and can dine as well. Visit area near Rådhuset

Local May 23, 2018
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For an overview: http://www.oslofjorden.com/badesteder/kart_badeplasser_oslo_kommune.html (sorry, in Norwegian only)

You can take a ferry from the harbor in front of "Rådhuset" to Islands in the fjord. You can also take ferry or bus to Bygdøy, where Huk is a nice area to go swimming: http://www.oslofjorden.com/badesteder/oslo/huk.html.
You can also jump into the sea in the central part of Oslo at Sørenga sjøbad: http://www.oslofjorden.com/badesteder/oslo/soerenga_sjoebad_badeplass_oslo.html or Tjuvholmen badeplass
http://www.oslofjorden.com/badesteder/oslo/tjuvholmen_badeplass_oslo.html
Public transportation: all the places I have mentioned is available utilizing public transportation in Oslo: https://ruter.no/en/buying-tickets/tickets-and-fares/
Local May 23, 2018
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Thanks for help
jan Local May 25, 2018
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Hi, all beaches are free in Oslo.
Here's a list:

http://www.oslofjorden.com/badesteder/oslo/soerenga_sjoebad_badeplass_oslo.html

Sørenga is the newest one and a short walk from the Opera House.
Local May 23, 2018
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Thanks for Your help
jan Local May 23, 2018
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Thanks for information)
jan Local May 25, 2018
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Oslo offers 2 beaches in the city center. Vippetangen close to the Opera, and at Tjuvholmen. Another option is to take a ferry to one of the islands 15 minutes from Rådhuskaia. The ferry is a part of the local transport system and you can use the same tickets as on buses and the subway. If you want to swim in warmer water than the sea, take the subway to Songsvann - a beautiful lake in the woods.
Local May 23, 2018
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Thanks for Your help
jan Local May 23, 2018
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Hi, you can take bus 30 dir. Bygdøy from the City Hall to Huk or Paradise beach. Get off at HUK.
Or you take the ferry boats from Rådhusbrygge 4 (City Hall Pier 4) täto the islands of the inner Oslo Fjord, die example Hovedøya or Gressholmen.
Local May 23, 2018
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*for example :)
Thanks for Your help)
jan Local May 23, 2018
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