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Café with real Latin American flavour and a big outdoor patio.
Freshly brewed coffee and a variety of small dishes are served seven days a week....
The winter sports facility at Grünerløkka; a park for jibbing in central Oslo - a unique thing to find in a city.
The jibbing park has seven...
At Langøyene there are three beach volleyball courts freely available for everybody to use. Combine swimming, sunbathing and picknicking with a round...
Take a ferry and go island hopping between the islands in the Oslo Fjord. With a regular public transportation ticket or an Oslo Pass you can easily...
Follow the river Akerselva from Maridalsvannet to Vaterland park in the centre of Oslo.
The riverwalk is 8 km of recreation, through forests and old...
On the beach at Huk at the edge of the Bygdøy peninsula there is a beach volleyball court freely available for everyone. There is normally a...
There are many places for fishing in the inner part of the Oslo Fjord. Fishing licences are not necessary.
Below you find a list of companies, which...
T-shirt shop at Grünerløkka with Norwegian-design T-shirts made from high-quality cotton.
The tees are specially fitted for men, women, children and...
Breakfast, lunch, coffee, dinner, a glass of wine or a late-night snack - you can get it all at La Brasserie, which is open from early morning until...
The steam ship Børøysund is the only original coal-fired passenger ship still in operation in Norway. In summer the ship can be hired for private...
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