Oslo’s Marina is filled with stores, cafes, bars and everything from TGI Friday’s to high-end restaurants. There’s even areas for swimming and museums (Astrup Fearnleys). An absolute must - especially in the summer time.
The dock area of the city. It is full of restaurants, bars and shopping opportunities
Take a stroll along Aker Brygge. In this area there are a lot of nice restaurants and you can also visit Akershus fortress.
“The royal palace is located in the middle of the city center. It is sorounded by a nice park. ”
“Perhaps the most famous street in Norway, leading all the way from the Royal Castle down to the Central Station. ”
“The beautiful Opera House is worth a visit. Walk on it's roof and look out over the Oslo Fjord or towards the city centre. Take the metro to Oslo Central Station, or the tram or the bus to Jernbanetorget then walk a few minutes to the opera house.”
“ICONIC! A public park, open 24/7, free entrance. This is where locals go to show off their kids or dogs, rubbing shoulders with tourist crowds - all supervised by hundreds of naked statues. Angry boy (Sinnataggen) being the most famous. The place looks a bit like it could have been buildt by a certian Adolf, but its message is quite the opposite. Pay attention to the bronze plates around the fountain.......”
Aker Brygge, Oslo