Fashionable shopping street. Walk this street on your way to the Vigeland Park.
Shopping mainstreet with stores such as Zara, H&M, Gina Tricot, Carlings, COS, Moods of Norway, Tatler, Tiger of Sweden, Filipa K and much more.
It is close, 10 min by buss. When you walk down the Bogstad veien you will end up by the Kings Casle and you are in the city senter. Lots og nice shops.
MANY clothe shop There in the street. Allso cafe and restaurants in the street, and street crossing Bokstadveien.
“Perhaps the most famous street in Norway, leading all the way from the Royal Castle down to the Central Station. ”
“What is it? The royal residence at the top of Karl Johans gate, home to HM King Harald V and HM Queen Sonja. The Royal Palace Park surrounds the palace on all sides and features grassy areas, majestic trees, small ponds and statues. Why go? Although the palace is open to the public only during 22 June until 25 August and all visitors must follow a guided tour, the impressive building at the end of Karl Johans street is worth a look. The grounds and gardens are free for visitors to wander around and for the regular changing of the guard every day at 1.30 pm.”
“Aker Brygge is known for its strip of restaurants along the boardwalk, with plenty of opportunities for al fresco wining and dining. There's also a wide selection of fashion shops, if you want to renew your wardrobe. On sunny days, Aker Brygge is teeming with activity round the clock, and it doesn't cost you anything to wander along the quay and enjoy the fresh sea air.”
“Take a walk on the roof, enjoy the ocean view and the newly developed part of Oslo.”
“One of Oslo's most popular parks with sculptures by Gustav Vigeland. The park is perfect for walking and recreation. In and around the park you also have the city Museum and Vigelandsmuseet. In the summer, Frognerbadet is open, located in the corner of the park.”