In front of Tregarden Julehus is a triangular traffic sign. It looks like the universal symbol to yield - white with a red border - but this sign has the silhouette of a somewhat rotund gent packing a rather large bag.
Tregarden Julehus translates to “wooden Christmas house”, and the yield sign is a courtesy to the Nisse, Norway’s Santa Claus. Tregarden Julehus was opened in 1976 by Willy and Eva Johansen. The gregarious Eva, a Liv Ullman look-alike with red hair piled atop her head, is often on hand to greet her customers.
The world’s only lutefisk (dried cod tenderized in lye) museum. Here, you can enjoy a unique museum in praise of the lutefisk.
Aquavit is also given a fair bit of attention, and you can smell the various spices.
The aquarium is situated in beautiful surroundings by Drøbak’s harbour, within easy walking distance of the centre. A large, red wooden building situated at Molo A, on the left hand side of the harbour.
I allow myself to call it the best restaurant in Drøbak, even when I haven't visited anyone else :)
The service is excellent, the food is great, the restaurant is located near the harbour with a great view. The whole atmosphere is nice and cosy
Oscarsborg fortress is a historical pearl in the of Drøbak. In the sommer and until September there's a boat connetion from Drøbak, Satre and Oslo , and it also have a harbour reserved for guests vising the fortress
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Favorite thing: Norway is one of the largest petrol producing nations on earth, one would assume that petrol is relativley cheap. Think again - a litre of petrol set you back over US$ 3 or EUR 2.60 - take this in to consideration when planning a road trip, since fuel is almost double to other countries on earth!