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Bakefri is the only bakery and café in Norway that only sells gluten-free goods.
Bakefri produces all its breads and cakes itself, and freshly baked...
Famous store that sells high-quality fashion for men, women and youth.
Ferner Jacobsen stocks brands such as Ralph Lauren, Burberry, Armani, Max...
The royal residence at the top of Karl Johans gate. Built 1824-48, open to the public in the summer (tickets must be ordered in advance).The Palace...
Sightseeing in Oslo with personal service for 1-16 passengers with Oslo Taxi.
Drivers with special training can show you the best sights in the city....
Shopping centre with 70 shops and 12 restaurants and cafés, located right next to Oslo Central Station.
At Byporten Shopping you find shops that you...
Outdoor ice skating rink open in the winter season.
Access to locker rooms included in the entrance fee.
Skate rental: NOK 40.
Pucks and sticks...
Shopping and dining area along the harbour with about 30 shops and 40 restaurants and bars. The buildings are distinctive, with their combination of...
Paleet reopened 3 September after 16 months of renovations. The new shopping centre has almost 30 high-end fashion and lifestyle shops and several new...
The Royal Palace in Oslo is open to the public during the summer. All visitors must follow a guided tour. Entrance by Slottsgården on the west side...
Refined Italian restaurant in Oslo's newest neighbourhood, Tjuvholmen. You can enjoy your food inside the restaurant or on the terrace outside.
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