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Visit Oslo Pass
"The Oslo Pass gives you free entry to 36 museums and attractions free travel on all public transport within zone two free parking in all Oslo municipal car parks free entry to indoor and outdoor swimming pools free Mini Cruise Hop on – Hop off (only incl. in 72h pass for adults and children) free guided walks discounts on sightseeing
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Visit Oslo Pass
"The Oslo Pass gives you free entry to 36 museums and attractions free travel on all public transport within zone two free parking in all Oslo municipal car parks free entry to indoor and outdoor swimming pools free Mini Cruise Hop on – Hop off (only incl. in 72h pass for adults and children) free guided walks discounts on sightseeing
From NOK335.00
 
Panoramic Oslo City Sightseeing Tour
"Meet your guide at Oslo City Hall and then hop aboard your luxury coach for your city tour. Your first stop is at Vigeland Park to walk around the world-renowned collection of sculptures by beloved Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland. Boasting more than 200 bronze and granite sculptures the park is one of Norway’s top attractions and regularly draws visitors from around the world. Look out for the 46-foot (14-meter) Monolith sculpture as well as Sinataggen a model of an angry London boy.Continue to the famous Holmenkollen Ski Jump used during the 1952 Winter Olympics
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Oslo City

when you visit this mall you'll get an impression on how the norwegian teenagers look like. It's usually a crowdy place. Not a cheap place. But it's a popular place for Oslo people to shop. So if you...
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Råkk og Råll

Wow, I totally forget this tip, but 'brukthandel' immediately rings a bell!Ruffen gave me a great tip on this second hand record shop with a great atmosphere.Business hours:Mo-Sa: 10AM - 6PMSu: Closed...
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Tronsmo Bookshop

i was walking from the national Gallery to the Palace park and saw Pam's dear friends Tintin and snowy so had to stop. My very first tin tin book was in Norwegian given to me at about age 5 by a...
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Glas Magasinet

This large department store is 1 block north of Karl Johans gate on Stortorvet square. It a good place if you need to pick up clothes. They also have a small souvenir department but the prices are...
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Oslo City Mall

It was like in every Mall - luxury shops and cafes, nothing special but warm. It was a real fun as we entered in a man's clothing store buying some clothes for our host ...the retails tried to offer...
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GlasMagasinet.

I just love GlasMagasinet, it has such a regal feel to it and reminds me of Denmark and a little bit of Harrods in London, but on a much smaller scale. It is very popular and if you want to buy...
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Byporten shopping center.

Byporten is in Oslo S central train station and is on 3 floors and contains 70 stores and 13 restaurants and cafés. It opened in 1999.Byporten got the prize as the best shopping center of the year in...
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Gunerius.

Gunerius is a small shopping center in the very new center of Oslo. It is on two floors and has got over 30 shops and restaurants. It has got various exits some of which lead you straight into the...
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Shopping center.

There are not many shopping centers in down-town Oslo. But opposite Jernbanetorget Oslo S is one shopping center called Oslo City. Oslo City opened in 1988 and is said to be Norway´s most visited...
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Storo shopping center.

There are not many big shopping centers in Oslo, the biggest one being STORO shopping center in the Storo district. It is far up in Oslo, but street-cars go there as well as busses. I took street-car...
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Grönland bazaar.

In Grönland there is a small shopping center, very small, but cute with 20 stores and restaurants. As inside there is a big beautiful pink chandelier in the middle of the bazaar and small wooden...
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The narrowest aisles ever.

Bunnpris is a grocery store which is a bit cheaper than other grocery stores in Oslo. Bunnpris means "bottom prices". It is open on Sundays as well, but most of the other grocery stores are closed on...
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Bunnpris

This is the shop where I usually end up every Sunday, when I'm out of toilet paper. The shop is open all days, even Sundays. This is not the ideal place to shop groceries. It's a very little shop, and...
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oslo shopping places

I'm sure you'll find a lot of nice clothes in Oslo. But like any other thing it's expensive her. Some places to shop:Oslo City ( if you like shopping in a crowd).Byporten ( close to Oslo city, more...
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Stortingsgaten 24 / 26, Oslo, Oslo, 0161, Norway
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Parkveien 78, Oslo, Oslo, 0254, Norway
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Eilert Sundts Gate 39, Oslo, Oslo, 0259, Norway
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Jernbanetorget 6, Oslo, Oslo, 0154, Norway
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Christian Frederiks Plass 5, P.O. 397, Oslo, Oslo, 0154, Norway
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Gabelsgate 16, Oslo, Oslo, 0272, Norway
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Top Things to Do in Oslo

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City Hall

Oslo's enormous City Hall (Rådhuset) is undoubtedly one of the city's great landmarks. This imposing square building, built of concrete faced with brick, was designed by Arnstein Arneberg and Magnus...
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Akershus Fortress

The Akershus Fortress looms over the Oslo waterfront, once a menacing and imposing structure, and now as a beautiful medieval castle and reminder of Oslo's long and fascinating history . The fortress...
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Vigelandsparken

Vigelandsparken is a beautiful park filled with 212 sculptures by renowned Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland. It's the largest park in Oslo, and even if you're not interested in art it's a...
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Karl Johansgate

This is the main street in Oslo, connecting the Central Oslo Station (famous as Oslo S) and The Royal Palace. Except the shops and the nice architechture buildings, the street includes many of Oslo's...
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Holmenkollen

Inside the ski jump is the Holmenkollen Ski Museum, the oldest of its kind in the world. The museum presents over 4,000 years of skiing history, Norwegian polar exploration artifacts and an exhibition...
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Vikingship Museum - Viking Skip Museum

The Vikingskipshuset features three of the most well-preserved viking ships in the world; The Oseberg Ship, The Gokstad Ship, and the Tune Ship are considered to be among Norway's greatest cultural...
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"OSLO - NORWAY´S CAPITAL CITY."
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"OSLO"
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"The fantastic capital of Norway"
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