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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...
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...
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...
Shopping and dining area along the harbour with about 30 shops and 40 restaurants and bars. The buildings are distinctive, with their combination of...
Casual Italian restaurant at Frogner with a selection of classic dishes on the menu. To go with your meal, you may choose from over 70 Italian wines...
The Waterfall Path, Gaularfjell The Waterfall Path goes from the Gaular mountains down to Viksdalen. Along its route are 14 waterfalls and 7 lakes. It...
Welcome to the largest indoor playground and activity house on the northwest coast of Norway! Coffee-shop serving warm food and lovely cakes....
The Prøysen Museum was established in memory of the writer, artist and individual Alf Prøysen, and invites to a journey through the life and work...
Stokkøya Sjøsenter and The Beach Bar is situated near one of Norways finest beaches, and has both excellent food, comfortable accommodation and...
The bar at the top of the Radisson Plaza Blu Hotel has large windows, giving you a unique bird's-eye view of the city and the Oslo Fjord.
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