Attend St Hallvard's Day Celebrations in Oslo 2011



Released on: April 11, 2011, 2:59 pm
Author: Lek Boonlert
Industry: Entertainment

This is a very traditional celebration that has its roots in the Middle Ages, and the tradition shows no sign of being lost as modern lifestyles take over. There are a wide variety of events scheduled, including musical events and activities for children. The location is the Middelalderbyen in Oslo, which is very easy to reach by both car and public transport.

On the day, the festivities begin at 2pm and there is no requirement to purchase tickets, as all activities are free of charge. There are refreshments available and plenty to see and do on arrival. Further information is available from the tourist information in Oslo and this is an excellent opportunity to experience the traditions of Norwegian culture.

There is a wide choice of accommodation in the area to suit all tastes and budgets. Some may find that those situated a little further away from town are much more cost effective. Many people choose to stay closer so as not to miss any of the festivities.

Lek Boonlert, head of marketing for, has suggested that anyone wishing to visit the area during the time of the celebrations, either to take part or just for a holiday, book their hotels in advance. The festivities see a great many people heading into the area and accommodation may become full very quickly. When selecting a hotel, Oslo Airport and its surrounding area has many options and advance booking will ensure that visitors are not left disappointed upon arrival in the area.


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