The ever-affluent west side of Oslo – home to the most expensive real estate in the country – may be largely residential, but its expanses of leafy streets of grand 19th-century apartment buildings and villas fanning out from behind the Royal Palace and out to Frognerparken are a delight indeed. They are also home to a few must-see sights and a number of new, interesting eating and drinking places.
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