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Winter Walks

Winter Walks Photo: Geir Hareide Andersen
Winter Walks Photo: Geir Hareide Andersen

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Oslo Guidebureau offers guided walking tours in Oslo in the winter season, with a different route and theme for each day of the week. The tours are conducted in Norwegian and English.

Tickets can be bought directly from the guide - cash only.

Winter Walks 2013
Monday: Akershus Fortress and Oslo anno 1624
Tuesday: Discover Harry Hole's Oslo
Wednesday: From blacksmiths to food lovers
Thursday: Henrik Ibsen’s home and life in Kristiania
Friday: Edvard Munch and The Dance of Life
Saturday: Ekebergparken Sculpture Park
Sunday: From City Hall to Tjuvholmen

Note: Tours may be subject to change at short notice, and require comfortable walking shoes and warm clothes. All walking at own risk, sidewalks may be slippery.

For group requests, booking and more information, please contact Oslo Guidebureau.

Facilities

  • Discounts

    • free with the Oslo Pass

Categories

  • Guided tours Guided tours

Hours

1/2/2014 - 4/13/2014
Mon - Fri
5:00 PM
Sat - Sun
2:00 PM
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Winter Walks - Photo: Geir Hareide Andersen

Winter Walks

Oslo Guidebureau offers guided walking tours in Oslo in the winter season, with a different route and theme for each day of the week. The tours are...

Winter Walks

Source: Visitnorway

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