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Seeds Oslo

Club in the city centre with DJs and parties on weekends and the largest back yard of any club in the city. Music profile: futuristic dance music,...

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Kulturhuset

Cultural meeting spot open from early until late, with a simple food menu and a variety of cultural activities. Kulturhuset (="The Culture House") is...
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Galleri MAP

Galleri MAP is located just a few minutes walk from the metro stations at Grønland and Tøyen....
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Café Marhaba

Café Marhaba serves Arabian food and drinks, and offers a selection of mezzeh that you can combine as you prefer. Mezzeh are the Arabic/Middle Eastern...
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Guide Oslo - Authorised Guides DA

Guided tours of museums, the city and surrounds, and tailor-made programmes for companions. Guide Oslo can also offer a flexible range of specialised...
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Oslo Summer Park

One of Scandinavia's largest climbing parks - just 30 minutes from the city centre. Oslo Summer Park is divided into nine trails with varying...
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Patio Restaurant

Pizzeria with Bislett's largest patio and a great selection of both classic and unique pizzas, as well as ciabatta, bruschetta, lasagnea and tapas....
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Tilt

Beer bar located in what used to be the showers at Torggata Bath. Tilt is great fun; the bar is full of '90s pinball machines, shuffleboard and other...

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Butikk Brocante

Second-hand and antique store with goods from the late 1800s until approx. 1970. Lamps, furniture, crockery, school supplies, lighters, oddities and...
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Guided tour of the National Theatre

The National Theatre opened in 1899, and is one of Oslo's most important buildings. If you want to get to know this building and its history better,...
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