Dinner has served food from the Szechuan and Cantonese cuisine in the heart of Oslo since 1989. It is an exciting journey in the Chinese food culture.
Hop on – Hop off bus tour in Oslo. It is a simple way of seeing Oslo where you are in charge of your own experience. Offered in 8 different languages.
The palace is surrounded by a small park called Slottsparken. This is publicly available during day hours and it is right in the heart of the city.
Døgnvill wanted to create a burger joint for adults with extremely good burgers for all the right prices with friendly and nice personnel.
Joe & The Juice is a chain coffee shop. Besides coffee they serve a wide range of fresh made juices, detox shots and shakes.
Kaffebrenneriet is one of those laid back coffee places where you can meet your friends and easily hang the whole day. With outside seating for a sunny day.
The art in Oslo is everywhere, from museums to the sides of buildings, from statues to graffiti, there is something for everyone.
Viking Biking offers guided bike tours in one of the world's greenest cities. They also offer bike rental for those who want to explore on their own.
Vinmonopolet has the monopoly in selling liquor in Norway as the alcohol sales are controlled by the state. Limited opening times.
Aker Brygge is the place to be seen. Sit in the sun at one of the many restaurants, watch people and enjoy the nice waterfront.
Steen & Strøm is a department store which hosts the more popular mid to upper price range clothing brands like Hugo Boss, Lacoste and Armani.
Eger has its front entrance on the main street. It is a calm and fancy department store with a slightly complicated layout.
Chillout Travel Store is a great little travel shop in Grünerløkka. Their idea is to be a place where people can get inspiration to travel.
Mathallen is a food court with Oslos high standards. The food booths offers everything from cooking supplies to Norwegian eco products to Spanish tapas.
The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design holds, preserves and exhibits Norway's most extensive collections of art, architecture and design.
Paleet is one of the malls you have to visit for the unique interior design features. The mall hosts fancier stores and is not as busy as the others malls.
Glasmagasinet is a nice and slightly older department store, but still worth a visit. The basement floor sells knitting products and kitchen accessories.
Tøyen is one of the neighbourhoods that is changing quickly. There are a lot of tourist things to do and see such as the botanical gardens.
Karl Johan's gate is the main shopping street in the city center, with clothing stores, souvenirs, hotels, bars, restaurants and shopping malls.