Choose Icelandair to fly from Washington, D.C. (IAD) to Oslo (OSL). Enjoy our refreshing travel experience, which includes hundreds of hours of movies and music in our in-seat entertainment system, USB chargers in every seat and Wi-Fi access. You'll enjoy an easy transit at our Keflavik hub and one of the shortest flying times between North America and Europe.
Travelers will find plenty to do in Norway's capital and largest city. To learn about one of Norway's most famous painters, Edvard Munch, be sure to visit Munch-Museet, where you can see a large collection of his work, including most famous of all, The Scream. For some interesting modern art on a nice day, check out the Vigeland Sculpture Park where angry babies are aplenty, and we're not talking about the visitors!
If you are into skiing, or perhaps you don't ski but still find the sport interesting, a great idea would be the Holmenkollen, located right in central Oslo. This modern building is actually the world's newest ski jump, a brand new ski tower and the only steel ski jump in the world. Inside the ski jump is an entire museum dedicated to the history of the sport of skiing. Even if you don't plan on utilizing the jump tower, a visit to the top is easy and worth checking out for the great views of Oslo.
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Passengers traveling from North-America to Europe with Icelandair have the option to stopover in Iceland. You could simply change planes and be in and out of the airport in under an hour, but you could also do a stopover on our island for anywhere from 1 to 7 days, at no additional airfare. You will have the opportunity to explore Iceland's geyser, waterfalls and caves, and to visit the charming capital of Reykjavik.