Averages for Oslo in October
colours are most glorious in October, and temperatures
are considerably lower than in September averaging 6 °C (43°F). The average rainfall
is about 68mm, and visitors should expect 3 hours of
sunshine everyday. At night, you are
likely to see frost needles in trees blown there by the breath of fog creating
a momentary world of cold magic. The weather may not be appealing to most, but
the city nevertheless remains festive.
One of most
exciting events that take place during this month is the CODA Oslo
International Dance Festival. This event is aimed at supporting dance as a form
of art, and it mainly centers on contemporary dance. It features performances
from artists all across the world. Visitors can catch other performances at the
Dance House Norway as well as across the city. Enjoy restful nights at the Comfort Hotel Grand
Central situated at Oslo Central Station. The hotel offers modern
facilities and it is minutes away from various pubs and restaurants.
Join in the fun
at the Films From The South Festival where film lovers, actors, and directors
from Africa, Asian and Latin America
congregate each year to showcase some of their work. The festival presents over
150 features and short films from the aforementioned countries. Film makers who are fairly new to the
industry get a chance to present their work with the aim of gaining exposure
and recognition. This one week event is held in mid-October giving visitors a
chance to truly enjoy the festival.
to visit Oslo
during this time of year should pack warm clothing as it is pretty chilly in
October. Fortunately, many restaurants and pubs have pleasant settings during
this time of year to keep their customers warm and comfortable. It is also a
wonderful time to take photos of the magnificent sceneries.