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As one of the world's most expensive cities to live in, Oslo is not necessarily one of the most expensive to visit. Entrance to many museums is free, and there are many free tours offered in an effort to promote the city's cultural values and history. Budget accommodation comes in many forms, and even dining can be affordable if you know where to go. And then, there's always Oslo's stunning nature to consider, with fjords, lakes and forests within minutes of the city center. The Oslo guides below summarize some of the best Oslo experiences by Stay.com users and staff.