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But despite the landmark Norway's royal couple will celebrate in 2018, the city's new architecture and food scene were equally important factors in its selection, Lonely Planet spokesperson James Smart told Aftenposten.

“Oslo has a special feeling, thanks to the city and people that live there.

Lunde added that he believed the inclusion of Oslo on the list would boost visitor numbers to the city over the next year.

“Many travellers use these lists as reliable resources and inspiration for their trips. It also creates a sense of pride amongst Oslo enthusiasts,” Lunde said.

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x Continuing to browse implies that you agree to the use of cookies to measure usage statistics, to provide you with services and offers tailored to your interests, and to enable interactive social platform features including share buttons and content uploading.READ ALSO: Top budget restaurants in Oslo Oslo can also enjoy being the only Nordic city to make the list, which includes four other European cities, three in North and Central America, one in Asia and one in Australia.Lonely Planet selects its top ten cities based on contributions by its own employees, bloggers, and traveller feedback.Noting that Oslo has previously been “eclipsed by stylish Scandi neighbours” like Copenhagen and Stockholm, Lonely Planet says the 50th wedding anniversary of King Harald and Queen Sonja is one reason to book a trip to Norway's capital next year.“Expect fanfare and pageantry aplenty, along with a packed calendar of events – civic, culinary and cultural,” writes the travel company, adding that visitors “really couldn't pick a better year to visit” than 2018.

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READ ALSO: Top budget restaurants in Oslo Oslo can also enjoy being the only Nordic city to make the list, which includes four other European cities, three in North and Central America, one in Asia and one in Australia.

Lonely Planet selects its top ten cities based on contributions by its own employees, bloggers, and traveller feedback.

Noting that Oslo has previously been “eclipsed by stylish Scandi neighbours” like Copenhagen and Stockholm, Lonely Planet says the 50th wedding anniversary of King Harald and Queen Sonja is one reason to book a trip to Norway's capital next year.

“Expect fanfare and pageantry aplenty, along with a packed calendar of events – civic, culinary and cultural,” writes the travel company, adding that visitors “really couldn't pick a better year to visit” than 2018.

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