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The National Theatre opened in 1899, and is one of Oslo's most important buildings.
If you want to get to know this building and its history better,...
Ski simulator next to the Holmenkollen Ski Jump, open 365 days a year.
Have you ever wondered what it must be like to fly down the Holmenkollen Ski...
Informal Chinese restaurant in the city centre with emphasis on Szechuan and Cantonese cuisine. Large selection of dim sum.
Oriental is located above...
Fresh food market at Skøyen with brasserie, grill, bakery and pizzeria.
All of Maschmanns serving areas use produce from the market, which has staffe...
The only Michael Kors store in Norway is located at Egertorget and is part of the high-end fashion house Eger Karl Johan.
The store covers over 200...
Big sportbar on the main street with 3 bars, 60 TV screens and 350 seats. The menu includes tex-mex, sandwiches, steaks, salads, pasta, cocktails and...
Grilleriet is a restaurant that is truly dedicated to grilling. Most of the food is cooked on a charcoal grill in the heart of the open kitchen.
Restaurant known for authentic Italian pizza, made with imported Italian ingredients in the same manner as in Naples, where it all started.
Restaurant with authentic Italian pizza and other Italian specialities on the menu. The Italian chef guarantees good food and value for money.
Fish and seafood served at the bar in Fiskeriet's fish shop at Youngstorget.
On the menu you find fish soup, fish & chips, bacalao, sashimi, mussels a...