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Good for sweaters.
This shop has a good English-language and stationery section; branches around town.
Oslo's most glamorous (and expensive) department store.
Features designer clothing and beautiful glassware, stationery and watches within a stone's throw of the National Theatre.
Typical shopping mall.
One of many boutiques on Skovveien, this shop has clothing, shoes and jewellery produced by Scandinavian and international designers.
Husfliden is a large shop selling quality Norwegian clothing and crafts. It is also a popular place to buy a bunad (national costume).
Clothing and crafts.
The largest bookshop in Norway stocks a good range of foreign-language titles as well as numerous Lonely Planet guidebooks.
This is a classic travel bookshop where the shelves are bursting with guides, maps and travel literature that will have you dreaming of your next holiday in no time.
If you like books, you really shouldn't miss Oslo's shrine to the printed word, Litteraturhuset. The promotion of literature is at the core of everything it does – there are frequent workshops, talks and debates...
This is our kind of shop: good coffee, tasty dishes from around the world (dhal from India, snacks from Italy and cakes from, where else but Norway), loads of travel essentials such as bags and shoes, and a travel bo...
If you're happy with pot luck and sifting through heaps of junk, take a chance here...
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