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Guide Oslo - Authorised Guides DA

Guide Oslo - Authorised Guides DA Photo: Guide Oslo/Henny With Kielland
Guide Oslo - Authorised Guides DA Photo: Guide Oslo/Henny With Kielland

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Guided tours of museums, the city and surrounds, and tailor-made programmes for companions. Guide Oslo can also offer a flexible range of specialised tours depending on your interests.

Guiding
Guide Oslo offers tour programmes lasting from one hour to several days. Price: NOK 1200,- per hour, minimum 1,5 hour. Contact Guide Oslo for booking.

Courses
Guide Oslo can also offer courses on the history and the cultural development of Oslo from the viking era up until today, with excursions to relevant sites.

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  • Guided tours Guided tours

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  • Package tours

    • sightseeing
    • theme tours
    • groups
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Guide Oslo - Authorised Guides DA - Photo: Guide Oslo/Henny With Kielland

Guide Oslo - Authorised Guides DA

Guided tours of museums, the city and surrounds, and tailor-made programmes for companions. Guide Oslo can also offer a flexible range of specialised t...

Guide Oslo - Authorised Guides DA

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