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Norway’s inspiring capital city is located snuggly between dense, majestic forests and the ever present Norwegian fjord, providing locals and visitors with all of the joys of nature right on the doorstep. Although Oslo is renowned for its popularity in everything outdoors, it also boasts an outstanding selection of museums and public art exhibitions, as well as a thriving cosmopolitan culture, with an ample supply of chic coffee houses, Michelin-star restaurants and decadent night clubs. Despite its status as a capital city, the population of Oslo is surprisingly low, making it the perfect place to take in the fresh powder of the ski slopes in the morning, only to jump on a short train ride back to the beating centre of cosmopolitan Norway, with the best that local culture has to offer.