Discover Oslo in a thought-provoking and interesting way. This city walk focuses on the monuments and the history from World War II. The guide takes you to the Akershus Fortress, and tells you about it's role during the war, about the Norwegian Resistance movement, and about the Fortress during other wars as well. The walk continues to the parliament, Stortinget, and to the 7 June Square where you will get to see the statue of King Haakon the 7th. Here you will learn what went on at Victoria Terasse during the war.
City Walks are carried out in accordance with the authorities's regulations.
Start: The Tiger Statue at Jernbanetorget
Time: 11.00 (11 am)
End: City centre
Duration: Approximately 2 hours
The tour is guided in Norwegian and English. Make sure to wear comfortable shoes and weather-appropriate clothing. You can buy tickets online, or directly from the guide.
- Last Updated: 08/01/2021
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Sat, August 7, 2021 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
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Oslo City Walks (No./Eng.): War and peace in the heart of Oslo
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