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.
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.
Eger has its front entrance on the main street. It is a calm and fancy department store with a slightly complicated layout.
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 food trucks culture in Oslo is still very new, but also rapidly developing. Oslo has allowed allocated spots where the trucks can stand.
Karl Johan's gate is the main shopping street in the city center, with clothing stores, souvenirs, hotels, bars, restaurants and shopping malls.
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.
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.