Oslofjord Cruise to Christmas Town Drøbak
Summer Vibes & Christmas Spirit
Enjoy an electric fjord cruise on the Oslofjord to the charming town of Drøbak and get a real sense of a Norwegian summer town. Drøbak is a Norwegian holiday favorite with small wooden houses, cozy shops, and a vibrant town center. Visit the unique House of Christmas with Santa's post office and send home an included Christmas Card to your loved ones. Summer vibes and Christmas spirit, all on a fantastic day tour from Oslo!
Starting from Langkaia harbor in Oslo, an electric fjord cruise takes you out into the Oslofjord, quietly passing historical sites such as Akershus Fortress and Tjuvholmen, as well as more modern and contemporary buildings, like the Opera House and the Barcode district. The boat stops at Oscarsborg island, where you can spend an hour taking in the historic atmosphere. Oscarsborg island is a popular hangout for Norwegians and houses a fortress, a museum, a marina, as well as several restaurants and cafes.
After exploring Oscarsborg, you board a local boat that takes you to Drøbak - an idyllic summer town on the Oslofjord. This charming town has small wooden houses, cozy shops, great beaches, and several excellent cafes and restaurants.
And did you know that Santa Claus comes from Drøbak? In the center square of Drøbak, you will find a large, yellow wooden house which is the Nordic's only year-round Christmas house! Santa Claus receives around 250.000 letters a year to the postal address 1440 Drøbak! A free Christmas Card is included in the tour booking, so be sure to send it back home with a postage stamp from Santa.
After spending a couple of hours in charming Drøbak, you return to Oslo in the afternoon. Read more about the tour highlights below!