Norway’s capital is one of Europe’s fastest growing cities, and has so much to do, you may need an entire week to see it all. Vigeland Museum and its neighboring Vigeland Park (pictured) reveal the history of the acclaimed Norwegian sculptor, while the Viking Ship Museum displays several actual Viking ships. Once you’re done exploring the tourist sites, check out Grünerløkka lufthavn, a cultural organization housed in an old school building, where you can check out art and drink at the local café. Lokk restaurant is known for its soups, and Mathallen is a massive indoor food market where you can find the best of Oslo’s local food scene. For cocktails, grab a stool at Sense or Baroque.