has a pizzabakeren jrpeland stunning view of the Oslofjord and city. It is free with Oslo Pass. Very nice marina, good place for promenade. Address: Akersgata 2, Christiana Torv Solsiden One of Oslo's best seafood restaurants. Really nice part of Oslo. However the shopping is very good and so is the beach on s summer day.
Pretty for a walk along the harbour. Nice fjord view in the summer. You can choose the taxi you want, even if it is the one last in line at the airport. The park is free to enter at any time of the day, all year round. .
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Address: Mariboes Gate. Nice walk with shops and restaurants. International food, good music and a good atmosphere. Our employees are waiting staff and security personnel who do not have specialised training in detecting theft, he told. Activities in Oslo, kayaking: If there is one thing you should do while staying in Oslo in the summer, it is to spend a day kayaking on the Oslofjord! Nice view, especially in summer Nice view! Its a short stroll from Aker Brygge, the main street Karl Johans gate and the royal castle. Run at Bygdy: Bygdy is a peninsula with a lot of museums (see below) and a forest perfect for a morning or evening run. We often do this ourselves to get a quick nature experience close to the city. One of the best places in Oslo Its a nice place with many restaurants, bars and shops! We want our guests to have a good time, but this is also difficult to prevent.
Nicely located around the harbour with a view on the castle and the city hall. Address: Waldemar Thranes gate 10, arakataka, norwegian food with a continental twist. You should see the sunset and have dinner. Taxi: If you take a taxi from the airport to the city, make sure you ask for the fixed price (should be around 800 NOK on a weekday between o clock can be up to 1000 NOK at night. Nice restaurents best locations best for a summer dinner. If you like to spend a night in the outdoors, please contact us for advice on where to go camping or to put up your hammock in the trees. This is probably where you will find the best range of guidebooks and maps for Norway.