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This beautiful area is so trendy and has great museums, restaurants, hotels (The Thief) and a beautiful beach/pier that's popular with the locals. If the weather is nice, take a dip.
It's a great place to see the sunset
Tjuvholmen is one of Oslo's newest boroughs. It is located on a peninsula sticking out from Aker Brygge into the Oslofjord.
The area is characterized by an architectural diversity and unique outdoor areas. There are many restaurants with nice locations.
At the tip of the...More
If you are down in the Aker brygge harbor area, don't miss the chance to stroll around the new (developed since 2012-13) Tjuvholmen. There are some high end restaurants, hotels, and apartments here, along with interesting architecture, an art gallery and sculpture garden. There is...More
This was a nice street lined with cafes and restaurants on one side and the Oslo fjord on the other along with some foodstalls. It led up to areas where you could sunbathe and even a small rocky beach to get into the water. Nice...More
At the end of Aker Brygge, newish built up area with lots of great(and expensive restaurants/bars). The Thief hotel/bar is here as well as Astrup Fearnly Art Gallery which is a must. There is a little man made beach and some docks to jump off...More
We didn't know what exactly this neighbourhood is but it is such a treasure! It was built on an artificially created island about 10 years ago and is full of brand new residential buildings and a lot of cafes and restaurants. It also has beautiful...More
I was meeting some colleagues in this area for a business dinner. To get to the restaurant we needed to depart from the taxi about 300 meters from the place. We then walked along the waterfront (a bit chilly in January) to get to the...More
I was walking in Oslo and I did not know where to go so I decided to walk towards the sun and then I ended up with this sunset! So If there is something you would want to experience in Oslo that is for free...More