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Karl Johans Gate

This is Oslo's main street, a pedestrian area leading from the central station to the palace. Visitors can watch the world go by at one of the street's numerous watering holes or simply follow the crowds down the road, past street vendors and entertainers, past the parliament, national theatre, Grand Hotel and the university. With hundreds of different shops, the street is also a Mecca for shopaholics. The park between the parliament and national theater is turned into an ice-rink in the winter.


Majorstuen is one of the main shopping districts in Oslo. On the main streets of the area, Bogstadveien and Hegdehaugsveien, hopeful shoppers will find a huge range of stores, ranging from big, international chains like H&M to small, charming local boutiques. This vibrant area, in addition to the shopping, is a main entertainment area in general with lots of cafes, bars and restaurants populating the bustling streets. No trip to Oslo is complete without a visit to Majorstuen.


Oslo's beautiful people idle away hours in the fashionable Frogner district. Filled with famous name haute couture, art galleries, interior design shops, gourmet food emporiums, stylish modern furniture and antiques, the area is a beacon for the wealthy. This is not the spot for bargain hunting, but high quality Norwegian goods are in abundance. Fish connoisseurs will appreciate the vacuum-sealed smoked salmon and trout for sale in the charming food emporiums. Even if you are not buying, a leisurely walk up the tree lined Bygdoy Allé provides a truly Norwegian experience. While shops offer the best of luxury goods, Oslo's elegantly attired elite provide an interesting display of unruffled chic.

Tregaardens Julehus

This is a house full of Christmas all year round. Norway's largest Christmas shop, this is also Santa's main post office in Norway, with its own official postage stamp. The shop answers letters addressed to Father Christmas by children from all over the world. A collection of 200,000 letters from children is on display in the tourist information office, next to Julehuset ("Christmas House"). A nice day trip can be made from Oslo, here to Drobak. Check out the website for more information.

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