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Tronsmo is one of the most popular bookstores in Oslo. Independently owned, Tronsmo features books on various subcultures, including gay/lesbian literature, feminism, left-wing politics and social movements. The basement of the shop holds a large collection of comics books, which is perhaps what Tronsmo is most known for. There's also a good selection of titles in English, as well as a variety of movies, and souvenirs such as T-shirts, stickers, pins and postcards.
Steen & Strom is a longstanding department store is Oslo that sells quality clothing for men, women, and children. The store sells many well-known brands, such as Hugo Boss, Ralph Lauren and Lacoste. In addition to clothing, there is also a wide selection of items for the home, as well as a inventory of very chic fashion accessories.
Established in 1998, Sportsnett is located on Olav Vs gate, in Aker Brygge area. The store offers a wealth of sports supplies, outdoor gear, sport and outdoors apparel and other such equipment. Known for its huge inventory and top quality wares, Sportsnett is exceedingly popular with sportsmen and enthusiasts in the city. Expect to find outdoor equipment for activities such as mountaineering, hiking, climbing, skiing and lots more here. If you're planning an adventurous trip, Sportsnett warrants a visit.
It is easy to spend hours browsing around this wonderful shop in the heart of Oslo. Norway Designs stocks a fantastic range of modern and traditional Norwegian products including jewelry, rugs, ceramics, kitchen ware, glass items and clothes. Those looking for something a little out of the ordinary should definitely be able to find something. Take your time to look around, even if you don't buy anything you will get a good insight into Scandinavian design.
GlasMagasinet is one of Norway's oldest and most exclusive department store. Its location close to Stortorvet and Karl Johans Gate makes it is easy to find. With more than 50 departments, ranging from Scandinavian crystal to fashion, it has to be worth a visit. The atmosphere is one of elegance and style merge with the modern and the traditional. The four floors are easy to get around on and cafes and restaurants at various points enhance the already pleasant experience.