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Uma história do Leste

Arquitetos ambiciosos e jovens chefs estão promovendo Oslo a novas alturas. Se você não sofre de vertigem, experimente uma caminhada até Galdhøpiggen, o pico mais alto da Noruega a 2.469 metros acima do nível do mar.

Como a maior parte da Noruega, a região Leste do país é uma região de contrastes. De um lado você tem Oslo, a capital que mais cresce na Europa. Conhecida pela vida cultural vibrante, seus novos e prestigiados edifícios, ricas opções de comida, efervescência artística e cena musical agitada.

Por outro lado, as partes Norte e Oeste da região são dominadas por montanhas e geleiras. Para o Leste, você encontra alguns vilarejos pitorescos próximo a fronteira sueca.

Mais de metade da população do país vive na região Leste da Noruega e Oslo [e o principal hub tanto para viagens domésticas e internacionais. A partir da capital, uma rede de estradas, ferrovias e vôos domésticos, todos se estendem como um ventilador, tornando a região um ponto de início natural para as suas férias na Noruega.

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    O que fazer

    No Leste da Noruega, cidades litorâneas oferecem a paz idílica da costa, assim como vibrações urbanas, enquanto as montanhas do interior e vales oferecem esqui de primeira-classe, esqui, caminhadas de montanha e ciclismo. Isso depende de quando e onde você prefere visitar.

    O Leste da Noruega é a região onde você descobre os encantos de Oslo, a capital do país e, indiscutivelmente, a cidade mais cosmopolita. Aqui, você desfruta dos prazeres do paladar num restaurante premiado com a estrela Michelin, aprecia uma performance de balé ou ópera, vê a famosa obra de Munch, “o Grito” ou as mais bem preservadas embarcações Viking, para mencionar alguns poucos exemplos.

    Oslo é também uma cidade que está crescendo e mudando em ritmo acelerado. Projetos de desenvolvimento urbano de arquitetura ambiciosa estão transformando a cidade numa metrópole que é pura arte.

    Você não precisa sair de Oslo para encontrar excelentes opções para todos os tipos de esqui durante o inverno. Se você prefere as atividades de verão, que tal experimentar um dos muitos festivais da capital, cobrindo temas desde o rock ‘n’ roll até cinema internacional?

    O centro gastronômico de Oslo, Mathallen, oferece ingredientes e pratos de toda a Noruega e outras partes do mundo. Se você perder algum dos festivais dedicados a vários tipos de comida e bebida, os restaurantes da cidade seguem como o ponto alto nas férias de qualquer amante da boa gastronomia. Descubra mais sobre Oslo.

    E por falar em ponto alto, a montanha mais alta da Noruega é Galdhøpiggen, a 2.469 metros acima do nível do mar. O monte está situado na parte ocidental do Leste da Noruega e é acessível para a maioria dos visitantes que apreciam caminhadas. Apenas lembre-se de participar de uma excursão com guia pela geleira. Tours guiados garantem sua segurança.

    Principais atividades

    Estas são algumas das melhores atrações no Leste da Noruega de acordo com o TripAdvisor:

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