Flights from Copenhagen to Norway

A cheap alternative on flights from Copenhagen to Norway.
Copenhagen to Oslo

You will also find that Norwegian fly from Oslo, (capital of Norway) to the following Norwegian cities.
*Alta to Oslo
*Bergen to Oslo
*Bodo to Oslo
*Harstad to Oslo
*Kirkenes to Oslo
*Stavanger to Oslo
*Trondheim to Oslo
*Tromso to Oslo
Goto Norwegian Airline

Another lowfare airline with routes from Copenhagen to Oslo.
Copenhagen to Oslo

From Copenhagen to Bergen, Stavanger, Oslo, Kristiansand and Trondheim. (Goto KLM)

Hotelrooms in most Norwegian cities, and flights to Copenhagen.

About Oslo
With just 550,000 inhabitants, Oslo may not be the most populous capital city in the world, but the city nonetheless covers quite an impressive area – as a matter of fact, the population density in Copenhagen is ten times greater than in Oslo! A large number of parks and recreational areas also give the city a delightfully open and green look, to the benefit of both its inhabitants and tourists.

Oslo has a wealth of possibilities in the areas of entertainment, culture and sports; here you will find more than 50 museums and galleries, as well as a galaxy of theatres and music venues.

Flights to Copenhagen

About Copenhagen
With a couple of air tickets to Copenhagen, you can experience one of the principal cities of the Øresund region. Talk a walk through the town and see the many beautiful historical buildings, each with its own story to tell of bygone days and proud kings. No matter whether you are visiting Copenhagen to enjoy the town's historical charm or its rich selection of entertainment and shopping amenities, a couple of air tickets to Copenhagen is always a good investment.

Copenhagen is a city where the old meets the new – the beautiful lines of the old buildings contrast with the city's modern lifestyle and fast pace. The Little Mermaid is one of the best-known ’inhabitants’ of Copenhagen. Not far from her lies the Queen's residence, Amalienborg Palace, and the newly-built Opera House; two beautiful buildings which lie within sight of each other, emphasising the meeting between old and new.