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Best things to do in Oslo

“High quality shopping, if you want exclusive brands and stores. Opening hours: Monday-Friday 10-20 and Saturday 10-18.”
22paikalliset suositukset
Yleinen viihde
““The house of literature”, it’s a café, restaurant, bookshop and event venue. It’s definitely one of our neighborhood favorites and they have a large patio for when the sun comes out. The place has great people watching and a few classics on their menu. We recommend it for lunch, (though dinner is also an option) and expect to pay somewhere between 160-220 NOK a dish. The bar holds a decent selection of both wine and craft beer. Litteraturhuset is located 3 minutes from your current holiday home. ”
29paikalliset suositukset
“Amazing bookstore with tons of titles in English (including Norwegian authors), a great selection of art books, a basement section dedicated to graphic novels, and helpful staff. ”
12paikalliset suositukset
“This place is actually a travel store, but they also serve some bakery items and cold drinks. Try their mango lassie–it's delightful! Pair it with a cinnamon bun for a perfect on-the-fly snack.”
9paikalliset suositukset
Clothing Store
“The only place in Oslo I buy clothes. As close as you get (in Oslo) to the now defunct Colettes in Paris and Dover Street Market in London.”
6paikalliset suositukset
“A really small and nice coffee place and bakery. One of my favourites. http://bakerhansen.no/”
4paikalliset suositukset
“A small graffiti made during the second world war by the resistance group in Norway named H7 (due to the king, Haakon the seventh of Norway). Not a lot of people know about this place. ”
3paikalliset suositukset
“Tiny quirky (steampunk, perhaps?) new and used bookstore curated by two brothers.”
3paikalliset suositukset
Book Store
“En av de få gjenlevende og "fristtstående" bokhandlene i byen. Svært hyggelig og kunnskapsrik betjening.”
2paikalliset suositukset
Book Store
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