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Charming convenience store dating back to 1934. Sale of groceries and handcraft. Extended opening hours during holidays.
Fiskebrygga in Arendal sells fish and shellfish, in addition to self-made products like the best fish cakes in the area.
The largest independent bookstore in Scandinavia offers 4,000 square metres of books, culture and music.
Eldorado has Norway's largest departments fo...
Hadeland Glassverk is beautifully situated just an hour north of Oslo, in idyllic surroundings on the south bank of Lake Randsfjord. The glassworks wa...
Blomqvist is Norway's oldest and largest auction house, where quality and tradition have been celebrated since 1870.
Blomqvist specialises in Norwegia...
Knitwear from Oleana, award winning Norwegian design and quality. Handmade pewter produced in Bergen. Wide selection of other Norwegian gifts and souvenirs.
Located one hour from Oslo, Hadeland Glassworks is one of Norway's top attractions based on history, art, culture and craftsmanship traditions.
Make your visit to Sandefjord a memorable experience with help from Visit Sandefjord! You can order your guided tours here, charter bigger boats for tours on the fjord, get some good ideas on sightseeing in and around Sandefjord, receive help for the organising of greater events etc.
The Artshop at the Stenersen Museum is the place for art lovers to shop for art magazines and books, as well as unique products either made by or...
You will find Nerstranda shopping centre centrally located in downtown Tromsø. With 46 stores and restaurants/cafés, and 2 million annual visitors, this place is the centre of Tromsø for fashion and shopping.