Oslo and the surrounding regions Below you will find more information about the counties and regions around Akershus VigelandsparkenPhoto: Linn S. Johansen ©Vigeland-museet/BONO 2012 Oslo Norway’s capital city, Oslo, is surrounded by Akershus on all sides, with Follo to the southwest, Romerike to the north and northeast, and Asker & Bærum to the west and southwest. DrammensregionenPhoto: Torbjørn Tandberg The Drammen region The Drammen region offers a generous package of experiences within reasonable distances. Here you will find an exciting combination of the urban and the green, where city experiences and recreation, relaxation and wellness unite. GjøvikPhoto: gjovik.com The Gjøvik region Romerike borders Oppland in the north, and west of Norway’s largest lake, Mjøsa, is the Gjøvik region. HamarregionenPhoto: Hamarregionen The Hamar region Akershus and Romerike border on Hedmark county. North of Eidsvoll, along Norway’s largest lake, the Mjøsa, lies the Hamar region. KongsvingerregionenPhoto: Reiserogopplevelser.no Kongsvinger & Finnskogen Akershus and Romerike border on Hedmark county to the northeast – not far from Kongsvinger and Finnskogen. Visit OslofjordPhoto: Morten Brunslid Østfold Østfold by the Oslo fjord is the gateway to Norway! Østfold consists of sea- sprayed islets and skerries, and more than 1,000 large and small islands along a long stretch of coastline.