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Oslo Taxi: Sightseeing

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Sightseeing in Oslo with personal service for 1-16 passengers with Oslo Taxi.

Drivers with special training can show you the best sights in the city. You can stop along the way to visit the different sights, and you decide where to start and end your tour.

For pre-booking from abroad, please call +47 22 38 80 90.

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Oslo Taxi: Sightseeing

Sightseeing in Oslo with personal service for 1-16 passengers with Oslo Taxi. Drivers with special training can show you the best sights in the city....

Oslo Taxi: Sightseeing

Source: Visitnorway

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