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Hønefoss

Fossen Friluft

Welcome to Fossen Friluft - the store for outdoor adventures! Fossen Friluft is one of the unique stores in Hønefoss. We offer a wide array of outdoor...

Våler

Hiking in Våler

Kjærlighetsstien in Våler. The walk starts at the bathing spot in Vålbekksundet and pass the schools, the beautiful long beaches, Hemjordet estate, the...

Oslo

Hasla

Hasla's jewellery is made in the Setesdal Valley in Norway, where strong local craft traditions combined with an international outlook form the basis...

Oslo

Liebling

Design/gift shop and café in the old industrial area at the top of Grünerløkka. The shop sells a fun variety of products, ranging from moustache wax...

Skreia

Torsætra

Traditional, local foods for sale. Open 7 days a week. Miles and miles of excellent cross-country trails! After a wonderful ski trip we may be able to tempt you with a dinner buffet or a simple dish of your choosing.

Sandefjord

SMAK Winebar

SMAK Winebar aims to be a hotspot for wine-lovers wishing for something especially delicious in their glass, in company of good friends.

Sandefjord

SMAK Café & Bakery

SMAK Café & Bakery is the place to go for a superb lunch. The menu consists of sandwiches, soups, salads, cakes, bread and drinks.

Askim

Smaalenene Hotel, Askim

Our dishes are based on local and international farmhouse cooking.

Sandefjord

Midtåsen

The beautiful former home of shipping magnate and philanthropist Anders Jahre is now owned by the municipality of Sandefjord. The house, which sits in 15 acres of grounds (Midtåsen), was built in the 1930s and designed by renowned Norwegian architect Arnstein Arneberg.
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