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Skiforeningen: Cabins

The Association for the Promotion of Skiing (Skiforeningen) runs 13 sports lodges in the Oslo area. You can get to them by walking, bicycling or cro...

Oslo

Pascal Henrik Ibsens gate

Pascal's large, modern café and restaurant is famous for its delicious French pastries, but you can also enjoy a nice espresso, a warm lunch, a quick...

Oslo

GlasMagasinet

One of Norway's oldest department stores is located at Stortorvet, where it has history dating back to 1899. GlasMagasinet has several departments...

Oslo

Ruinen Bar & Café

Ruinen Bar & Café is located in the medieval city of Oslo, and has a sunny outdoor serving area. Ruinen hosts live concerts and wine nights regularly...

Oslo

Fagerborg Church

The church is in Neo-Gothic style, designed by architect H. Schytte-Berg, and was inaugurated in 1903....

Oslo

Bærumsmarka: Vensåsseter

Sports cabin in Bærumsmarka forest, west of Oslo. Café on Saturdays and Sundays....

Oslo

Nordmarka: Gørjahytta

Sports cabin by the lake Gørja between Varingskollen and Kikut in the Nordmarka forest. Café open on winter weekends. Turnpike road from Hakadal, Nitt...

Oslo

Østmarka: Mariholtet

Sports lodge café in Østmarka, the forest area east of Oslo. Mariholtet can easily be reached on cross-country skis (winter) or on foot/bicycle (summer...
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