Oslo Guide Service offers personalised city tours for groups of up to 25 people (Nkr2000 per group), which have to be booked in advance....
Oslo City Train
Chuff and toot around central Oslo on one of two different steam 'trains'. Tours depart every half-hour from Aker Brygge and University...
Norwegians take pride in their role as international peacemakers, and the Nobel Peace Prize is their gift to the men and women judged to...
The six-screen Saga Kino cinema shows first-run movies, including Hollywood fare, in their original language; the entrance is on Olav...
If the weather is nice, the local meal of choice is peel-and-eat shrimp, eaten dockside with a fresh baguette, mayonnaise and just a...
Fridtjof Nansens plass · interesting places nearby
This twin-towered town hall, completed in 1950 to commemorate Oslo's 900th anniversary, houses the city's political administration. Something of an Oslo landmark, its red-brick functionalist exterior is unusual, if not particularly attractive. It's here that the Nobel Peace Prize is awarded on 10 December each year.