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  • Holmenkollen

    When you get there you probably won't have a clue what they're telling you about, but when you leave you'll definitely tell everybody you know about it. I'm talking about Holmenkollen, my dear Erasmusites, an absolute must-see for when you're in Oslo. Holmenkollen is a...

    0 , in What to see Oslo, 4 years ago
  • Vigelandsparken

    Oslo is full of a bit weird and scary sculptures, located in different places around the city. Vigelandsparken is definitely one example of this odd art. The park itself is very big and unfortunately placed further from the city center, so you can't go there on the...

    0 , in What to see Oslo, 5 years ago
  • Grünerløkka

    I have been to Oslo only for a short trip, it is a great city and the part of it that I liked the most is Grünerløkka. It is full of colorful street art, especially in hidden backyards or smaller streets, and it has an artistic spirit. You can find there some small...

    0 , in What to see Oslo, 5 years ago
  • Akershus Festning

    A great way to discover Oslo and enjoy a beautiful summer day or night. Akerhus Fortress. The fortress was completed in the 1300s, I have been told. It was build to protect the city of Oslo. The fortress gives a great view over the popular Aker Brygge, Oslo city, the...

    0 , in What to see Oslo, 6 years ago
  • Karl Johans Gate

    Karl Johans Gate is the main street in Oslo. Several restaurants, shops, shopping centers, bars, cafes and hotels can be found in this street. It is really vibrant and beautiful. The biggest concert venues are also located here. The street reaches from the Central...

    0 , in What to do Oslo, 6 years ago
  • Akker brygge

    Akker brygge is a very popular street in Oslo. It is located next to the harbour so enough views over boats and the fjords. There are a lot of good restaurants located here. From Jamie Oliver's pasta bar, to Døgnvill Bar & Burger and even food trucks. These food...

    0 , in What to do Oslo, 6 years ago
  • Døgnvill Bar & Burger

    Wauw, amazed, unreal, all words that can describe this place. Døgnvill Bar & Burger is located near Akkerbrygge in Oslo, next to the water. They serve the best milkshakes, with burgers and hotdogs. The prices are perfectly fine for what you get for it. You first...

    0 , in Where to eat Oslo, 6 years ago
  • Joe & the Juice

    In a short time, this has grown to my favourite smoothiebar ever. They offer such good and fresh smoothies, the staff is super friendly and helpful, and they even offer healthy snacks with the smoothies. It is amazing. They are located all over Oslo and in other cities...

    0 , in Where to eat Oslo, 6 years ago
  • Adventure rooms

    We got acquianted with this company via our hotel. We were looking for something fun and exciting to do in the city, but could not figure out what. Then we saw a flyer from Adventure Rooms, and we were immediately excited. Adventure rooms is a company that offers 3...

    0 , in What to do Oslo, 6 years ago
  • Frognerparken

    How to get to the park Onward with my review of my trip to Oslo, on Sunday we went with some other guys about our age, a short trip right outside the city of Oslo, to the park with the exceptionally strange statues and the quite tall obelisk. You can arrive there by...

    0 , in What to see Oslo, 9 years ago
  • Munch Museet (Munch Museum)

    Location of and Exhibition in the Museum So, continuing my review of my short trip in Oslo, this part is about the Munch Museum that is located not so far from the town's center. Actually, this place is closer to the Operaen, and if you take a walk you can see a lot of...

    0 , in What to see Oslo, 9 years ago
  • Sognsvann lake

    Sognsvann is a lake located on the north of Oslo (Norway). It is big and surrounded by forest. It is perfect if you like to practise sport like cross country in the winter or running in summer. Even if you don't like to practise sport, I am sure you love to do BBQ's and...

    0 , in What to see Oslo, 10 years ago
  • Freia chocolate factory

    In Oslo, my boyfriend and I attended a university organized tour of the Freia Chocolate Factory, which was organized by the International Students' Union. It was actually a lot more fun than either of us had anticipated. We were also shocked to learn that the tour would...

    0 , in What to see Oslo, 11 years ago
  • Ekeberg Rock Carvings

    Wanting to see something else After living in Oslo for almost two years, I started to get bored with just going downtown. I wanted to discover more of Oslo and its history. While on a tour a year or so ago, I was told about some rock carvings that could be seen in Oslo....

    0 , in What to see Oslo, 11 years ago

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