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Tjeldsundfergen III - CLOSED

Radhusbrygge 1, Oslo 250, Norway
+47 22 42 43 12
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15 Jun 2016
“This place is gone”
13 Aug 2015
“Bra øl”
Restaurant Hours Closed
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Radhusbrygge 1, Oslo 250, Norway
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Reviewed 15 June 2016

My, oh my. Somebody should update the TripAdvisor list. We enjoyed the Tjeldsundfergen for several summers, but it has been gone now for years. The Pappabuene next doors are still going strong and full of life, but we miss the onboard feeling of the small...More

Thank Sigmund L
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  • Address: Radhusbrygge 1, Oslo 250, Norway
  • Location: Europe  >  Norway  >  Eastern Norway  >  Oslo
  • Phone Number: +47 22 42 43 12
Description
Just beneath the historic walls of Akershus castle in Oslo lies a small, charming ferry from which beer and wine is served outdoors during the summer months. The ferry, located just minutes from the crowds at Aker Brygge, is popular among grown-up locals. Here the athmosphere is relaxed, you can enjoy the view of the harbour, in the vicinity of old steamships, and at the same time encounter a lovely, local ambience hard to find anywhere else in Oslo. Open from 1 pm when the weather permits.
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