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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
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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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Fjordbuda Souvenir Gift Shop

While in Norway I had considered buying a Nordic sweater as a present for my daughter, ultimately I didn't for a number of reasons. But, I couldn't leave without a couple of souvenir magnets and...
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Mall of Norway - Flåm

For people are willing to invest in better souvenirs from their travels such as Norwegian woolen sweaters, woolen blankets, Nordic jackets, jewelry, or accessories, the Mall of Norway might interest...
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Narvesen

Already scrambling for time before we had to get back on the bus for Kristiansand, I really hoped to find at least a postcard or magnet as a souvenir from Lillesand in the very few minutes we had...
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Silversmith on the silver mountain

This is a nice little goldsmith store. Most jewelry stores here in Stavanger only sell pre-made stuff so you find more or less the same in every store. But in this store you can find special stuff...
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MS Polarlys gift shop

On board shop stocks all the basic toiletries, warm clothing items from gloves, woolly jumpers to heavy winter anoraks and a comprehensive stock of books and souvenirs. Prices are high but no higher...
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Paleet Shopping Center, Oslo

Paleet Shopping Center is an elegant high-end shopping center located at the most famous street in Oslo known as Karl Johans Gate. In our opinion it is the most exclusive shopping center in the city...
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Oslo City Shopping Center, Oslo

Oslo City Shopping Center is the most visited and the largest shopping center in the country. It has a total of more than 90 shops, cafes and restaurants. The shopping center has five levels. It opens...
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Re what currency to bring to Norway

Bring visa/master/diners/amex etc cards, use them for those transactions you can and buy NOK, DKK, SEK from ATMs per need on top of that. The card penetration in shops and services is very high. You...
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HENNING Norwegian Woodcarvings

I visited HENNING`s own shop who is situated about a hour and a half drive from Oslo, Norways capitol. What I saw there amazed me. Woodcarvings in all sizes and categories. It was like a viritual tour...
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HENNING Norwegian Woodcarvings

I visited HENNING`s own shop who is situated about a hour and a half drive from Oslo, Norways capitol. What I saw there amazed me. Woodcarvings in all sizes and categories. It was like a viritual tour...
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Eli M. Bergsbakken

I, a norwegian, had never heard about ølhøner until recently. I mean, I knew that the old norwegians used to make drinking vessels from wood, and that they were often richly decorated. But they come...
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Any sports goods store

There are some good but expensive backpacks for heavy-duty use made/designed in Norway. If you are looking for something very sturdy and large, for carrying loads up to 30-40 kg, look at the bigger...
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Kiwi

When shopping at the supermarket chain KIWI, it is possible to end up being paid for grocery shopping. Fruit / vegetables: If you find any bad fruit or veg, you are entitled to a double refund for the...
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Shopping is not on this itinerary

As this is a very very expensive city, shopping will probably not be included in your list of things to do. Most things here are double and triple the prices of similar U.S. products/foods. Everything...
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Popular Cities in Norway

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Oslo

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Bergen

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Tromsø

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Trondheim

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Flåm

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Top Hotels in Norway

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Stortingsgaten 24 / 26, Oslo, Oslo, 0161, Norway
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Rosenkrantzgate 7, Bergen, Hordaland, 5035, Norway
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Havnegaten 1-3, P.O. Box 100, Trondheim 7400, Norway
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Gunnar Warebergsgate 17, Stavanger, Rogaland, 4002, Norway
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Sjogata 35-37, Tromso, Troms, 9257, Norway
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Apotekergata 1 3, Alesund, 6004, NO
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Top Things to Do in Norway

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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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Mount Fløien

Fløibanen at sunset beautiful. The cable car in Bergen is its top attraction and one of Norway's most famous the only cable car of its kind in Scandinavia. I would agree with the claim that you have...
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Arctic Cathedral - Ishavskatedralen

Although popularly known as the “Arctic Cathedral” this is not in fact a cathedral at all, but is the parish church of the Tromsøysund part of Tromsø. It was built in 1965, mainly of concrete, and is...
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Preikestolen

As most people know, one of the biggest draws to the city of Stavanger is its proximity to and availability of travel to "Preikestolen," aka "Pulpit Rock" -- that 2,000 ft. towering rock formation...
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Nidaros Cathedral and Archbishops Palace

I have always want to visit the Nidaros Cathedral since learning The rose stain glass window in the Trondheim cathedral built over the burial sit of King Olaf was the inspiration for Alan Paton Cry,...
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Flåm Railway - Flåmsbana

Flåm is the home to the acclaimed "Flåmsbana Railway". It is considered by some to be the most beautiful route in Europe with its steeply inclined route and winding passage through the mountain and...
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