Book flights to Oslo for a city break that feels a little bit like a countryside escape. Oslo is a really beautiful city – as modern and cosmopolitan as it is, it never for a moment lets you forget that the wilderness of the Norwegian countryside is just a short drive or train journey away. There are some really fantastic galleries, museums and parks to visit in the ciyy, and although it can be an expensive place, there is plenty to do for free. Cruise the fjords and do some island hopping, or if you prefer, cruise the Oslo streets and do some bar hopping. Book flights to Oslo with Ryanair for a superb Scandinavian city escape!
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Oslo is a bustling city that will never leave you bored for things to do. There are frequently festivals and concerts all around the city. Each season has its own charm and there is just as much activity in winter time as it is in summer.
Vigeland Park

The most exceptional of Oslo’s popular attractions is the Vigeland Park. Over one million visitors come to see the work of sculptor Gustav Vigeland, including the mighty Monolith and the touching Wheel of Life sculpture.

​Address: Nobelsgt. 32, Oslo​Website:​More info: Enter from Kirkeveien road
Munch Museum

Edvard Munch has a unique position in the history of art, as one of the expressionism’s early pioneers. The Munch Museum hosts a unique collection of more than 1.100 of Munch’s paintings. This makes the Munch Museum a unique starting point to explore the majority of Munch’s world-renowned works. Major works will always be on display in the museum.

​Address: Tøyengata 53, Oslo​Phone: +47 23 49 35 00​Website:
Historical Museum

At the Historical Museum you can learn about everything from the Ice Age to Christianity in Norway with focus on the Viking period and the medieval collection. You will also find the Coin Cabinet, the oldest mummy ever found and the Ethnographic exhibitions of the Ancient Egypt.

​Address: Frederiksgate 2, Oslo​Phone: +47 228 599 12​Website:
Viking Ship Museum

The Viking Ship Museum presents great Viking ship discoveries from Gokstad, Oseberg and Tune as well as other finds from Viking tombs around the Oslo Fjord including the world’s two best-preserved wooden Viking ships built in the 9th century. Here you can find small boats, sledges, cart with exceptional ornamentation and implements, tools, harness, textiles and household utensils.

​Address: Huk Aveny 35, Oslo​Phone: +47 2213 5280​Website:

DogA, the Norwegian Centre for Design and Architecture, was established by Norsk Form and the Norwegian Design Council in 2005, as a meeting place for design, architecture and related disciplines. DogA is located in a converted power station by the Aker River, hosting a number of exhibitions, conferences and seminars.

​Address: Hausmanns gate 16, Oslo​Phone: +47 23 29 28 70​Website:
Holmenkollen Ski Museum & Tower

The Holmenkollen Ski Museum & Tower is a must see when visiting Oslo. The views of the city and the fjord from the ski jump are fantastic. The ski museum traces the history of skiing through 4 000 years.

​Address: Kongeveien 5, Oslo​Website:
The Kon-Tiki Museum

Thor Heyerdahl earned international fame for his expeditions onboard the Kon-Tiki and Ra. See the actual balsa and papyrus rafts, and learn more about Heyerdahl’s travels.

​Address: Bygdøynesveien 36, Oslo​Phone: +47 23 08 67 67​Website:
Akershus Castle and Fortress

King Christian IV’s old defences offer nice places to walk. There are two museums on the grounds - the Defence Museum and the World War II Resistance Museum.

​Address: Akershuskaien, Oslo​Website:
Oslo Opera House

One of the most popular tourist attractions in Oslo is the Opera House that was finished in Bjørvika the winter of 2007-2008. This architecturally impressive building with its 38.500 m² has about 1,100 rooms and the exterior is dressed with white marble.

​Address: Kirsten Flagstads pl. 1, Oslo​Phone: +47 21 42 21 21​Website:

Tjuvholmen is an area located on a peninsula adjacent to Aker Brygge. This neighbourhood has gone through many changes, being a dock, shipyard, warehouse area and is today owned by private developers with apartments and trendy restaurants.

​Address: Tjuvholmen, Oslo​Phone: +47 815 68 666​Website:
The National Museum - Architecture

The combination of classical and modernist architecture makes the building signed to two of the most important architects, Fehn and Grosch, and is an attraction in itself. Here you can visit different exhibitions, the museum shop and cafe.

​Address: Bankplassen 3, Oslo​Website:​Opening hours: Closed on Mondays
Museum of Contemporary Art

The collection at the Museum of Contemporary Art includes Norwegian and foreign works from the period after 1945. They offer changing exhibitions, a shop and cafe.

​Address: Bankplassen 4, Oslo​Website:​Opening hours: Closed on Mondays
Norwegian Maritime Museum

The Norwegian Maritime Museum is located on the waterfront at Bygdøynes on the Bygdøy peninsula. Visitors can enjoy fascinating environmental exhibitions about fishing, ship building, shipping, marine archaeology and impressive collections of boat models and marine paintings.

​Address: Bygdøynesveien 37, Oslo​Phone: +47 24 11 41 50​Website:

The Norwegians are active, in many ways. They are sporty and happy, and you can see this if you make the trip out to the lake Sognsvann. During the winter there are skiers everywhere, and in the summer many people walk or run the approximately 3 kilometres around the lake. This is a perfect place to surround yourself with nature and fresh air!

​Address: Sognsvann, Oslo

Bygdøy is a beautiful peninsula not far from the district Frogner. Here are many popular museums, a few examples are the Viking Ship Museum, the Kon-Tiki Museum, The HL Centre (Holocaust Centre), The Marine Museum and the Norwegian Folklore Museum.

​Address: Bygdøy, Oslo
Aker Brygge

Aker Brygge is like a magnet, it draws you in, and once you have been here, you want to return. It is a lively area situated right by the fjord that has seen enormous development since 1982, when it was a ship yard. You can go shopping here, sit down at one of the countless restaurants or simply take a stroll along the water.

​Address: Aker Brygge, Oslo​Phone: +47 22 83 26 80​Website:
Oslo City Hall

Oslo City Hall is a major symbol of the city itself and it figures on countless postcards. It does make a pretty sight, especially with the Oslo Fjord and Aker Brygge in the background. The event that gets most attention here is the Nobel Peace Prize.

​Address: Oslo City Hall,‎ Oslo
Tusenfryd Amusement Park

Tusenfryd is an amusement park about 45 minutes outside of Oslo and the name translates into "a thousand pleasures". You will find many entertaining rides and attractions here, a few examples are SpeedMonster, ThunderCoaster and SuperSplash.

​Address: Ås, Vinterbro​Phone: +47 64 97 64 97​Website:
The Royal Palace

The Royal Palace lies right at the end of Karl Johann Street, and makes for a very impressive sight. Every day at 1.30 pm they change the guards, which can be fun to watch. The park surrounding the palace is a popular picnic and sun-bathing spot.

​Address: Slottsplassen 1, Oslo​Phone: +47 22 04 87 00​Website:
The Botanical Garden

The Botanical Garden in Oslo is a nice retreat from the hustle of the city, with green and lush gardens. The Arboretum holds about 1,800 different plants. The garden was established in 1814, which makes it the oldest one in Norway.

​Address: Sars' gate 1, Oslo​Phone: +47 22 85 17 00
Oslo is a truly modern capital with a large variety of ethnic cuisines, fast food outlets, gourmet restaurants and classic eateries such as Theatercaféen. Prepare for high prices, the oil revenues have made Oslo into one of the world’s most expensive cities.
Stortorvets Gjæstgiveri

In the town centre lies one of Oslo’s oldest building where people have gathered since the early 1700’s. Here you can eat, drink and enjoy the historic surroundings, whether you are alone or want to bring along 300 of your friends and colleagues. The friendly waiters and chefs are focused on quality and exciting taste experiences.

​Address: Grensen 1, Oslo​Phone: +47 23 35 63 60​Website:​Opening hours: Mon-Sat 11 am-11 pm. Closed on Sundays
Dubliner Irish Folk Pub

This is a lively venue that offers Irish dance classes on Monday nights and Irish music sessions on Tuesday. Wednesday and Saturday nights usually entail live music.

​Address: Rådhusgt. 28, Oslo​Phone: +47 22 33 70 05​Website:
Brasserie Sanguine

The Opera House has about 1,100 rooms and in the middle of the foyer lies Brasserie Sanguine. The Opera House is dressed with white marble, so if you choose to sit at the outside area we recommend sun glasses. You can visit during day time, have a coffee in the sun or combine a grand dinner with an opera show.

​Address: Kirsten Flagstads pl. 1, Oslo​Phone: +47 21 42 21 42​Website:
The Ekeberg Restaurant

The first thing that strikes you as you arrive at the Ekeberg restaurant is the magnificent view over the Oslo fjord, the islands and the city. This restaurant was first built in 1916, but was modified into it is typical appearance in 1929 after a design competition. Ekeberg is comprised of several restaurants, a bar/lounge, an outside venue and a fine dining upstairs.

​Address: Kongsveien 15, Oslo​Phone: +47 23 24 23 00​Website:
Louise Restaurant & Bar

The Louise Restaurant & Bar is situated in the same premises that was used by Aker Mechanical Workshop in the 1920’s. The interior design has utilized many unique artefacts from Oslo’s naval history. The view faces the beautiful Oslo fjord and you can see the Akershus fortress across the water. In the summer the outside area is open and the crowded Aker Brygge Street is very entertaining.

​Address: Stranden 3, Aker Brygge, Oslo​Phone: +47 22 83 00 60​Website:

This is a truly classic Vienna style café where you can join politicians, bankers, authors and the acting elite from the National Theatre across the street. Lately, the menu has changed to having a more continental flair and elegance.

​Address: Stortingsgaten 24, Oslo​Phone: +47 22 82 40 50​Website:
Vann & Brød

Vann & Brød means "Water & Bread" since this building originally served as a prison. Inside, you can learn more about the interesting history and at the same time enjoy the delicious tapas served in quaint little ceramic bowls.

​Address: Tøyenbekken 5, Oslo​Phone: +47 28 92 68​Website:
Bølgen & Moi Briskeby

The Bølgen & Moi Briskeby is situated in an out-of-use power station, a real experience. The cuisine is best described as modern brasserie.

​Address: Løvenskiolds gate 26, Oslo​Website:
Palace Grill

Despite its name, this is not a steakhouse but an intimate top class restaurant specializing in fish and seafood. It was one of the first places to serve Golden Redfish. During the summer there is a nice beer garden in the back.

​Address: Solligata 2, Oslo​Phone: +47 23 13 11 40​Website:
Alex Sushi

Sushi is quite popular in Oslo, so being known as the best sushi place in town does not come easy. However, the modern interior as well as the top quality of the food and excellent service have made Alex Sushi into one of the most popular sushi restaurants.

​Address: Cort Adelers Gate 2, Oslo​Website:

It does not matter if Oslo one day is suffering from typical Scandinavian weather, inside Yaya’s you can always find shelter in an authentic Thai environment. Have a drink at the beach bar and enjoy happy reggae music while you wait for a table.

​Address: Munkedamsv 53b, Oslo​Phone: +47 22 83 71 10​Website:
The Great India

The Great India is situated in downtown Oslo right across from the National Gallery. Colourful decorations and fabrics transport you right into the glory of India and the food has an abundance of flavours.

​Address: Kristian Augustsgate 14, Oslo​Website:

Delicatessen is a tapas restaurant that got its name from a French movie about a landlord that serves human flesh to his tenants. Although the origin of the name is quite bizarre, the restaurant is really inviting.

​Address: Søndregate 8, Oslo​Phone: +47 22 46 72 00​Website:
Trattoria Popolare

Trattoria Popolare is an Italian restaurant located in an old brewery that serves lunch and dinner every day of the week. Examples of what you can find on the a la carte menu are antipasti, ravioli and Panini.

​Address: Trondheimsveien 2, Oslo​Phone: +47 21 38 39 30​Website:

Hanami serves Japanese fusion food in an enchanting environment inspired by nature with a modern twist. Its excellent location at beautiful Tjuvholmen is yet another reason to experience a dinner here.

​Address: Tjuvholmen, Kanalen 1, Oslo​Phone: +47 22 83 10 90​Website:
Night Hawk Diner

Night Hawk Diner lies in the very popular neighbourhood Grünerløkka. They give you the feeling of America, and has all the American favourites on the menu like barbecue, milkshakes and pancakes deluxe.

​Address: Seilduksgata 15, Oslo​Phone: +47 96 62 73 27​Website:
Oslo has a teeming urban feel as well as proximity to a sublime landscape and every district has its own characteristic mark. Hence you can easily find a cosy café in Oslo to rest your legs.
Les crêpes d'Elen

This cosy crêperie serves genuine crêpes made of buckwheat. The coffee is delicious and that, combined with the prices that are modest in Oslo terms, make it well worth a visit.

​Address: Niels Juls Gate 29, Oslo​Phone: +47 40 08 58 96
Café Sør

Café Sør, which means Café South, is during the day time a café with coffee, tea and lunch on the menu. It is very popular among Norwegians and Swedes alike and always packed with people. At night it turns into Club South, with new DJ’s every night.

​Address: Torggata 11, Oslo​Phone: +47 41 46 30 47​Website:
Dattera til Hagen

Dattera til Hagen is most famous for the cosy outside area in the backyard. Day and night, Dattera is a great place to go for tapas, salads, hamburgers or coffee. They also arrange concerts, stand up and debates.

​Address: Grønland 10, Oslo​Phone: +47 22 17 18 61​Website:

When former US president Clinton visited Pascal, he could barely pull himself away. Pascal Dupuy’s chain of patisseries celebrated their 10-year anniversary in 2005. Their cakes, pastries and petit fours are of the highest international standard.

​Address: Henrik Ibsens gate 36, Oslo​Phone: +47 22 55 00 20​Website:
Café Skansen

Café Skansen is ideally located right by Christiania Plaza, with an amazing view over Rådhusplassen and on top of that, drenched in sun until late in the evening. The menu is traditional, with coffee as well as shrimp and mussels if you are in the mood for a proper meal.

​Address: Rådhusgt. 32, Oslo​Phone: +47 24 20 13 11​Website:

Asylet has a great atmosphere with an open fireplace to heat up frozen limbs in winter and a relaxed backyard to soak up the sun in summer. Grønland is a multi-cultural area close to the Central Station.

​Address: Grønland 28, Oslo​Phone: +47 221 709 39​Website:
Kjøkken og Bar

Kjøkken og Bar has all the ingredients for a memorable coffee talk - freshly made espresso, cookies, brownies, juice and much more. If you are in a hurry and cannot afford quality time, you can just take the coffee with you.

​Address: Møllergt. 16, Oslo​Website:
Ett Glass

Ett Glass lies in downtown Oslo and is a very popular café. The concept to serve coffee in a glass has spread and most cafés now use the same idea. There are two floors and the atmosphere is warm and inviting.

​Address: Karl Johans gate 33, Oslo​Phone: +47 91 77 53 90​Website:​More info: Entrance from Rosenkrantz gate

Tekehtopa is an anagram for Apotheket, which means "the pharmacy", and the interior reflects that same notion. The St Olavs Plass is a charming square with a fetching fountain in the middle.

​Address: St Olavs Plass 2, Oslo​Phone: +47 22 20 33 23​Website:
United Bakeries

United Bakeries has been inspired by French pastries and recipes. It offers croissants, tasty bread and of course the Norwegian specialty wheat buns.

​Address: Valkyriegata 9-11, Oslo​Website:
Oslo has a lot of fun places to go when you are ready for a night on the town. The areas in the city have different characteristics. The central part has a lot to offer, but if you want a more relaxed evening you should head to Grünerløkka for a beer. In Grønland you can buy the cheapest beer in Oslo while Frogner offers a more elegant atmosphere.
Dattera til Hagen

A branch of the modern classic Fru Hagen, but with a younger crowd. Café on the ground floor, music and bar upstairs.

​Address: Grønland 10
Bar Boca

Bar Boca is a good place to meet up before the evening really gets going. Here you can find retro interior, exciting clientele, and drinks mixed with care. This is a great place for talking, as Bar Boca does not start playing music until midnight.

​Address: Thorvald Meyers gate 30, Oslo​Phone: +47 22 04 13 77
Café Con Bar

Café Con Bar lies on the border of the Grünerløkka and Grønland neighbourhoods. It has a cool 1950’s inspired decor and an interesting menu for those who need a bite to eat.

​Address: Brugata 11, Oslo​Phone: +47 22 05 02 00​Website:

Sosialen is at its best during summer time, when the DJ’s keep the atmosphere high in the backyard. Many people call this venue their favourite hang out in Oslo, much thanks to the friendly staff.

​Address: Møllergata 13, Oslo​Website:​Opening hours: Closed on Sundays

SOLiiS is located on Solli Plass and hosts many high profile parties. They have an inside and an outside area and boasts some of the best DJ’s and bartenders around.

​Address: Henrik Ibsens gate 90, Oslo​Phone: +47 21 89 90 20​Website:
Onkel Donald

Onkel Donald is an appreciated venue in Oslo, thanks to a chill ambience and always a great mixed crowd. In the summer, the whole place moves outside to a fenced in area right by Nationaltheateret.

​Address: Universitetsgata 26, Oslo​Phone: +47 23 35 63 10

The Aku-Aku Tiki Bar knows exactly how to prepare your Mai Tai’s so that you will feel like you are on vacation on a Polynesian island paradise. Find that Hula skirt you have been wanting to wear and start your exotic night out.

​Address: Thorvald Meyers gate 32, Oslo​Phone: +47 41 17 69 66​Website:

Justisen gets its charm partly from the culturally protected building from the 19th century in which it is housed. It is a great place to sit down with good friends and have a couple beers. During the weekends it might be difficult to hear each other though, as it gets quite crowded.

​Address: Møllergata 15, Oslo​Phone: +47 22 42 24 72​Website:

Blå is mostly known for its great outside terrace. They host many memorable concerts that vary from hip hop to electronic house and jazz.

​Address: Brenneriveien 9c, Oslo​Website:
The Villa

In 2007 this club was voted as the best club in Oslo and it is still going strong. This is where you will find the trendy hipsters dancing to techno music and eating pizzas in the adjoining restaurant Hell's Kitchen.

​Address: Møllergata 23, Oslo​Phone: +47 93 25 57 45​Website:​Opening hours: Fri-Sat 11 pm-3 am
Fridays American Bar

TGI Fridays is a popular name that most people recognize. Next to the restaurant in Oslo you can find the Fridays American Bar that offers a huge selection of drinks and music.

​Address: Stranden 39, Oslo​Phone: +47 24 13 31 00​Website:

For all Champagne lovers out there, the Champagneria is most probably a great find. They offer many different types of the sparkly drink and it is a good place to start an evening out.

​Address: Frognerveien 2, Oslo​Phone: +47 21 94 88 02​Website:
IL Barbera

IL Barbera located in Aker Brygge serves cheap beer, coffee and tapas. Here you can go for lunch or dinner, an After Work or spend an evening drinking Champagne.

​Address: Filipstad Brygge 1, Oslo​Phone: +47 216 684 40​Website:

Sundays at Åpenbar are full of fun, music and cheap beer. You can find Åpenbar in Aker Brygge and it is claimed to be a great spot for people watching.

​Address: Stranden 1, Oslo​Website:
New Orleans Workshop Jazzclub

If you enjoy jazz you can go to the New Orleans Workshop Jazzclub. You can have a look at the website for upcoming concerts and events.

​Address: Grensen 1, Oslo​Website:

At Badstugata 1 you can find the nightclub with the same name. This a place that offers drinking, eating and dancing, individually or all at the same time. The weekends are full of party people dancing to the DJ beats, while weekdays are calmer.

​Address: Badstugata 1, Oslo​Phone: +47 22 20 82 55​Opening hours: From 4 pm

If you want to go out on a weekday you can go to Jaeger. This club hosts popular club nights during the whole week. Here you can also go to concerts and after parties.

​Address: Grensen 9, Oslo​Website:
You will find everything in Oslo! Shopping malls, department stores, small boutiques, shopping streets with hundreds of small shops and retailers, charming antique shops, flea markets, suppliers of exclusive international brand names and local handicraft shops. The city centre around Karl Johans gate is a pedestrian precinct with several chains like H&M and Benetton. Larger shopping malls and department stores in the area are Oslo City, Byporten, Glassmagasinet, Steen & Strøm, Paleet and Aker Brygge.

Majorstuen comprises of the two streets Bogstadveien and Hegdehaugsveien, here you will find a good mix of exclusive brands, mid-price clothing and value clothes at shops like Hennes & Mauritz and Vero Moda. You can easily spend the whole day strolling up and down these two streets.

​Address: Bogstadveien, Oslo

Grünerløkka is the place to look for young, Norwegian designers. Small, independent shops with clothes, pottery and handicrafts are presented as well as second hand book and record shops. You will also find some of the chain stores here.

​Address: Grünerløkka, Oslo
Sunday Market at Blå

The Sunday Market at Blå is open every Sunday from 12 pm to 5 pm. This is a nice place to stroll around and discover a wide array of designers and crafters both indoors and outdoors. The market also holds some second hand vendors offering clothing and shoes for bargain prices.

​Address: Brenneriveien 9, Oslo​Website:

Paleet lies on the main street Karl Johan and is a classy department store with more than 30 posh stores, most of them designer shops. Oslo’s largest book store Tanum is located within Paleet as well as some interesting art work collections.

​Address: Karl Johans gate 37-43, Oslo​Phone: +47 23 08 08 11​Website:
Eger Karl Johan

Eger Karl Johan is a trendy high end fashion house where you can find the most exclusive brands. There are more than 125 different fashion and beauty brands available here.

​Address: Karl Johans gate 23 B, Oslo​Website:​Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10 am-7 pm. Sat 10 am-6 pm

Byporten is a shopping centre with more than 70 shops and several restaurants and cafés in the middle of downtown Oslo. In the area you can find hotels and the Central Station.

​Address: Jernbanetorget 6, Oslo​Phone: +47 23 36 21 60​Website:
Aker Brygge

Aker Brygge is beautifully situated by the Oslo fjord and offers plenty of entertainment in addition to the 65 shops in the shopping centre along the busy street. There are also plenty of restaurants and cafés in this area.

​Address: Bryggegata 9, Olso​Phone: +47 22 83 26 80​Website:

Arkaden holds many special stores specific for the young, a few examples of these are: Body Map, Gossip, Belle Shoes and Neo Tokyo.

​Address: Karl Johansgt. 5-7, Oslo​Phone: +47 22 17 05 71​Website:
Flea Market

This is Norway’s answer to Camden Market in London. This multi-cultural market has a range of everything from washing machines to jewellery and clothing. Every Saturday, irrespective of the weather, this place is crowded with salespersons and buyers. Here you can find anything!

​Address: Olafiagangen, Grønland, Oslo

The department store GlasMagasinet at Stortorvet dates back to the 1860's. Here you can find almost everything you need - the latest trends, food, interior design and much more.

​Address: Stortorvet 9, Oslo​Website:​Opening hours: 10 am-7 pm
Oslo City

This is one of Oslo's, and Norway's, most famous shopping centres. On the 3,100 square metres you can find numerous shops like H&M, Bianco, The Body Shop and Clas Ohlson.

​Address: Stenersgaten 1, Oslo​Phone: +47 815 44 33​Website:
Steen & Strøm

The Steen & Strøm Magasin has seven floors filled with all types of shops. Go to Michael Kors for the latest trends or Filippa K for some Swedish fashion, the choices here are endless.

​Address: Nedre Slottsgate 8, Oslo​Website:​Opening hours: 10 am-7 pm
Bærums Verk

A few miles outside Oslo you can find Bærums Verk, an area full of restaurants, shops, museums, galleries and outdoor areas. The Bærums Verk dates all the way back to 1610.

​Address: Verksgata 15, Bærum, Oslo​Phone: +47 67 13 00 18​Website:
Norway Shop

The Norway Shop is perfect for tourists and can be found right next to the City Hall. This is a good place to find Norwegian souvenirs, knitwear, gifts and typical Norwegian products.

​Address: Fridtjof Nansens plass 9, Oslo​Phone: +47 22 42 87 00​Website:

This world famous brand soon has a store in every mid-size town and in Oslo there are a couple of outlets. Here you can find the latest fashion for men, women and children, everything from street wear to the more up-dressed look.

​Address: Karl Johan, 25, Oslo​Phone: +47 22 825 880​Website:

At Mango, the urban young woman finds everything from sleek work-wear to the fabulous cocktail dress to reasonable prices. Match your new outfit with the perfect shoes and accessories that you also find here. There are several shops across the city.

​Address: Metro Senter, Bibliotekgata 30, Oslo​Phone: +47 679 023 31​Website:

This Swedish chain, that you nowadays find almost everywhere in the world, provides high street fashion for both men and women at prices suiting everyone. In Oslo you can find H&M in various locations throughout the city.

​Address: Karl Johansgt. 5-7, Oslo​Phone: +47 638 700 00​Website:
Diesel Store

Edgy, cool, filled with attitude and of course the Jeans. Diesel is one of those stores that you enter and you just feel the personality. Take a look at their signature jeans, the popular fragrance or their cool accessories.

​Address: Bogstadveien 50, Oslo​Phone: +47 2300 7777​Website:

The Norwegian clothes chain Cubus is almost the equivalent to the Swedish H&M. Here you can find the latest, affordable fashion for women as well as men's and kids' fashion. There are several outlets throughout the city.

​Address: Karl Johansgate 4-6, Oslo​Phone: +47 22 33 56 25​Website:​Opening hours: From 10 am. Closed on Sundays.

In the same group as Cubus you can find Dressmann. This shop is perfect for all men who are looking for either a casual or more dressed up look. You can find Dressmann ideally located in the city centre.

​Address: Stenersgt. 1, Oslo​Phone: +47 22 05 91 06​Website:
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Oslo Rygge AirportSandefjord Airport Torp

Oslo Rygge Airport lies about 66 kilometres south-east of Oslo. You can travel by NSB train (Rygge station), bus or car. Taxis and car rental companies are represented at the airport.

​Address: Oslo Rygge Airport​Phone: +47 69 23 00 00​Website:

Sandefjord Airport Torp is located in Sandefjord, approximately 120 kilometres south-west of Oslo city centre. Torp-Ekspressen coaches charge NOK 240 (NOK 420 return) for the journey to Oslo’s bus depot. NSB has a new train service from Oslo to a new train station by the name of Sandefjord Lufthavn Torp, located between Stokke and Sandefjord. There is a shuttle bus between the airport and the train station. Taxis and car rental companies are represented at the airport. Avis + 47 33 46 95 50 Europcar + 47 33 46 42 00 Vestfold Taxisentral + 47 33 42 02 00 Tønsberg Taxi + 47 33 30 11 11

​Address: Sandefjord Airport, Oslo​Phone: +47 33 42 70 00​Website:​More info: Prices updated May 2014
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