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Oslo

Basarhallene, Kirkeristen

The bazaar halls behind Oslo Cathedral are home to a few handicraft and antique shops, as well as a few cafés and restaurants. The bazaar was built...

Drøbak

Tregaarden's Christmas House

Scandinavia's only permanent Christmas shop sells all kinds of Christmas articles, including candles, napkins, nisser, tablecloths and much more. Treg...

Vossestrand

Treskjerartunet

Économusée Treskjerartunet is a workshop outlet with carved wooden sculptures and prints. You can here see how the handcraft is made. ABOUT...

Tyinkrysset

Intersport Filefjell AS

Sports store with focus on outdoor gear and clothing, summer and winter (skiing). Bicycle rental during the summer. Opening hours Monday-Thursday 10a...

Kvam

Farm shops in Hardanger

In the region there are several farm shops selling a wide variety of local delicacies. High quality fruit and berries, apple juice and cider, traditio...

Grimstad

Bergemoen

Area outside the city center with lots of shops.

Rødberg

Nore Laft

Nore Laft We build log houses using the ancient hand-crafted logging technique that many of us dream about! We use only Norwegian dry pine timber...

Storebø

The Cultural bakery

In the basement of the vicarage at Storebø, which was built in 1889, baking is carried out in wood-fired ovens. You can buy pizza and light refreshment...
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