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Butikk Brocante

Second-hand and antique store with goods from the late 1800s until approx. 1970. Lamps, furniture, crockery, school supplies, lighters, oddities and...

Oslo

Lille Herbern

Lille Herbern is a small gem of an island in the Oslo Fjord. Since 1929, this has been a place where the people come to enjoy fresh seafood in a casua...

Oslo

Eldorado bookstore

The largest independent bookstore in Scandinavia offers 4,000 square metres of books, culture and music. Eldorado has Norway's largest departments fo...

Oslo

Marthes lekestue

Shop by Bogstadveien that sells toys and articles in all colours and sizes. Marthes lekestue specialises in teddy bears, dollhouses, nostalgia and at...

Oslo

DROP: Tandem Paragliding

Just 20 minutes from Oslo's city centre, you can experience tandem paragliding 1000 metres above the city. The most experienced tandem pilots from a...

Oslo

Sushi & Wok

Sushi & Wok serves tasty sushi and maki as well as Japanese, Thai and Chinese specialities. The restaurant is located across the street from Colosseu...

Oslo

Support International

Tailor-made boat tours for private groups on Born Free, an an elegant adn modern sailboat that can accommodate up to eight persons. The boat has two...

Oslo

Bambus Sushi

Bambus is the only restaurant in Oslo that offers hot dishes from Thailand, China, Japan and Vietnam. All dishes are prepared the traditional way with...

Oslo

Pigalle

The refurbished Pigalle night club opened for the first time in 1965. The original '60s interior is intact, and much of the music is from the '60s and...

Oslo

Fuglen

Vintage design shop inside a coffee shop/cocktail bar. You can buy everything at Fuglen - furniture, plates etc.
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