We walk along Old city, we will discover the most multicultural part of the city, smells of eastern spices and one of oslo's liveliest streets in the heart of city. This area is known for none-expensive prises in shops, restaurant and bars. I will tell you stories about this locations We will visit family-run turkish and indian restaurants and shops, and take the chance to try traditional home-made delicacies ( Gests pay for their food.).
I am Oslo enthusiast, have dicovered all small, charming places in this city, mostly none mainstream and non expensive restaurant with high quality which you wont find by maps. i am going to show you Oslo as a most expensive city in word can also be affortable and an amazing multicultural city. I Love telling histories. I have traveled a lot self and know a traveler need to see something out of only turistical city center.
Barcode Backyard cafe build in 1730 Grønlads church Indian Bakeri Oslo mekaniske verksted Turkish restaurant
Old town tour & turkish food