Shopping centre with more than 60 shops and 12 places to eat and drink in Oslo's most central location, right next to Oslo Central Station.
The lower floors are have dozens of shops where you can shop for groceries, books, toys, gadgets and cosmetics, and also includes several cafés and snack bars.
The second floor has a more relaxed atmosphere and a wide range of clothing and shoe stores, including Høyer Woman, Lille Vinkel Sko, Name It, Grændsens Skotøimagazin and Day Birger and Mikkelsen.
Byporten Shopping is also home to Norway's biggest Egon Restaurant and Scandic Hotel Byporten
Last updated: 01/01/2024
Source: VisitOSLO as