Cruise Day 4: Oslo, Norway ( For anyone with even a passing interest in history, Norway offers one of the finest networks of museums anywhere and Oslo has more than 50 museums!
Museums that cater to all interests: art, history, history, sports, Oslo, animals, magic, beer, mini bottles and much more.
Take the optional Celebrity cruise shuttle or make your own way to the ship.
Meet your singles cruise hostess and your fellow cruisers onboard.
Discover the Akershus Fortress and Castle, dating from 1299, this medieval castle and royal residence developed into a fortress in 1592.
Walk along the Bjorvika waterfront and the Ekeberg area, one of the oldest inhabited places in Oslo.
This capital city's lavish history can be uncovered at the Viking Ship Museum and the Kon-Tiki Museum.
The ship is impressive, with all the best-loved Solstice® Class features—and some new ones.
Celebrate the flavorful joys of outdoor grilling in the new, interactive Lawn Club Grill.
Oslo has been the capital since 1814, when Norway gained its independence from Denmark and is one of Europe's fastest-growing capitals.
The city center of Oslo is so compact you can walk across it in about 20 minutes.