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Shopping in Oslo

The shopping capital of Norway offers everything from the latest international trends to modern Norwegian designs and local handicrafts.

The main shopping areas in Oslo are:

The city center around Karl Johans gate

This pedestrian precinct is the home of numerous large shopping centers and department stores, such as Oslo City, Byporten, Glasmagasinet, Steen & StrømPaléet, Eger Karl Johan and Aker Brygge.

The street Akersgata crosses Karl Johans gate and is the home of design retailers such as Louis Vuitton, Mulberry and Moods of Norway. The street of Møllergata is a good place for furniture shopping, while the Grensen area offers a good selection of shoes.

If you are looking for souvenirs from Oslo, try the area around City Hall. In Vika west of the city center is House of Oslo, a large department store specializing in interior design and lifestyle.

Majorstuen - Bogstadveien and Hegdehaugsveien

Here you will find clothes and shoes for every taste and budget. The area has a good mix of high-end and budget chains offering the latest trends and classic men's and women's fashion.

Frogner and Bygdøy Allé

This part of Oslo is home to a number of interior design and antique shops. The area also has lots of small independent stores with everything from underwear to kitchen utensils.

Grünerløkka

Small independent shops with clothes, pottery and handicrafts line the streets in this area. This is the place to look for the latest from young, Norwegian designers. Mathallen food hall at Vulkan has a fantastic selection of Norwegian specialities and high-quality import food products.

Grønland

Many of the stores here are run by immigrants, who offer Oslo's best selection of fruits, vegetables and spices. You can also get bargains on exotic textiles here. Grønland is also home to one of many Fretex second-hand shops in Oslo.

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Last updated:  2013-10-02
In Oslo you’ll find several places to buy luxury items - Photo: ©VisitOSLO/Matjaz Intihar
In Oslo you’ll find several places to buy luxury items
Ugler i Mosen at Grünerløkka sells vintage items for reasonable sums - Photo: Ugler i Mosen
Ugler i Mosen at Grünerløkka sells vintage items for reasonable sums
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Pur Norsk is a one-stop-shop for both iconic and new Norwegian design - Photo: ©Pur Norsk

Shopping in Oslo

The shopping capital of Norway offers everything from the latest international trends to modern Norwegian designs and local handicrafts.

Shopping in Oslo

Source: Visitnorway

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The capital of Norway is also its largest city. Oslo has over 600,000 inhabitants and covers 454 square kilometers, 242 of which are forests.

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