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Oslo City Walks offers pleasant walks with authorised Oslo guides. The walks are not strenuous and are therefore suitable for people of all ages.

The Christiania Walk Enjoy the sights of the beautiful 1000-year-old capital of Norway with the historic castle of Akershus and the 17-century city centre of King Christian IV. Experience important centres of Norwegian culture and politics and see the vibrant life of Oslo's main street, Karl Johans gate.

The Picturesque Walk Explore the most visited sights in Oslo with an authorised Oslo guide. The tour starts with a subway ride to Holmenkollen, where you can enjoy the view and the Ski Museum. You then travel by subway to the famous Vigeland Sculpture Park. The subway ticket and admission to the Ski Museum are not included in the price.


No regular times - contact Oslo City Walks to book a tour. Bookings and appointments by email only. Starting point is in front of Oslo Tourist Information by the City Hall, or at the relevant cruise dock.

2 persons minimum, and minimum pay for 2 persons is NOK 500, 90 USD or 65 Euros. Cash only.

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  • Sightseeing Sightseeing
  • Guided tours Guided tours

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    • all year round
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Oslo City Walks offers pleasant walks with authorised Oslo guides. The walks are not strenuous and are therefore suitable for people of all ages. The...

Oslo City Walks

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