Oslo

our favourites

Summer

Guided tour in the Castle only available in summer

 

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A bike just outside Oslo in the Nordmarka

 

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Aker Brygge: get a soft ice and watch the boates coming and going OR get a glass of wine in the bar of the Astrup Fearnley museum and try to catch a seat on the sofa outside

 

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Caipirinha at the overcrowded Brazilian Bar at Youngstorget 

 

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Take the buss 30 to Huk on Bygdøy and spend the day on the beach, end it with a drink in the Hukodden Strand restaurant

 

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Take a boat trip to the small islands in the Oslofjord from Aker Brygge

 

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A dinner at the Solsiden restaurant

 

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Barbecuing in the Vigelandsparken with a single usage grill, dinner in the middle of sculptures

Summer

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Winter

Enjoy films in the Gimle or Victoria cinema

 

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A fish soup at Fiskeriet, Youngstorget

 

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Scandinavian shopping: Norway designs, House of Oslo, Vintage in Grünerløkka, Paleet,

Home & Cottage, Pur Norsk, Cafe Fuglen, Husfliden

 

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Sunday market at Blå,try the wafles - best in town

 

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Café Fuglen: Cafe latte during the day, an Old Fashion in the evening. Enjoy the relaxing 70ies atmosphere

 

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Guided tour in the opera and a glass of wine in restaurant or on the terrace afterwards

 A walk along the Akerselva river, getting up here & there (Vulkan, Mathallen, Telthusbakken)

 

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Take the boat from Aker Brygge and visit the fram museum on Bygdøy

 

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Bying fish fresh from the boat in Aker Brygge

Winter

Do a race on the Korketrekkeren sledding track

 

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Ice skating in the Frognerstadion or in the

city centre at Spikersuppa

 

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Rent som skis in the Oslo Winterpark and try cross country, take a coffee at the Frognerseteren restaurant

 

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Go for a winter walk on Bygdøy when there is snow

 

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Enjoying a hot chocolate or a good cup of coffee in one of the cozy cafe

 

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Finally having some time for visiting one of the many museums in town