SUMMER flights from Riga to OSLO from €20 round-trip!

Flights from Riga to OSLO, Norway for €20 both ways by Wizzair. Find cheap flights from Riga to Oslo and book your ticket at the best price! Flights to Oslo from Riga cost only €20 both ways for Wizzair Discount Club members and from €30 for all others!

Oslo is the capital and largest city of Norway, and the third largest city of Scandinavia. Oslo is also the demographic, economic and political centre of Norway. The history of the city can be traced back over 1,000 years. Oslo was founded in 1048, by the king Harald Hardråde. The city became capital of Norway around 1300, but lost its privileges during the Danish-Norwegian union from 1348 to 1814. In 1624, a fire devastated old Oslo, and the city was moved some kilometres west to gain protection from the fortress at Akershus. The city was renamed Christiania, after the Danish King Christian IV, a name that remained until it was officially renamed on January 1st 1925 to Oslo.


Riga – Oslo (Torp) – Riga

Travel dates:

July – August 2017

Some examples:


14 – 19 Jul (€22 with WDC, €32 for all others)

19 – 26 Jul (€20 with WDC, €30 for all others)


20 – 23 Aug (€22 with WDC, €32 for all others)

23 – 24 Aug (€22 with WDC, €32 for all others)

24 – 27 Aug (€25 with WDC, €35 for all others)

25 – 30 Aug (€20 with WDC, €30 for all others)

Where to book:

Visit Wizzair

For full conditions or in case of booking please visit WizzAir directly. To become WDC member or to read full conditions of the membership please check here.

More detailed information about Wizz Air baggage allowance and fees at www.airlinesbaggage.com

Keep following TravelFree.info blog and LIKE our Facebook page, Google+ page, Twitter page, Instagram page


Compare thousands of travel sites and save money using the world`s largest hotels search HotelsCombined.

Save on your hotel - www.hotelscombined.com

Car rental:  

You can find the best car rental prices on Rentalcars.com.

Have a look at Trip Advisor when planning your holiday to find out what’s hot and what’s not when it comes to all the local attractions.

To know more about Oslo, you can visit and read more in Wikitravel here