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Vika – najzanimljivije aktivnosti

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“The Royal Palace in the end of Karl Johan Street, you can walk all the way up to the castle, or take a walk in the garden”
200lokalne preporuke
Car Wash
“Waterfront area in central Oslo with loads of restaurants, cafes and people watching. ”
251lokalne preporuke
umjetnička galerija
“A few of the most famous artworks of Munch are also displayed here. You can also see the National Romantic Period in Norway.”
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“Interesting temporary art exhibitions around the themes of human rights as well as a permanent collection on the Nobel Peace Prize (which is awarded in Oslo). ”
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Trgovački centar
“High quality shopping, if you want exclusive brands and stores. Opening hours: Monday-Friday 10-20 and Saturday 10-18.”
21lokalne preporuke
“Walk the nice park to see The Castle. Next to the park area you will reach "Litteraturhuset": a bookshop/restaurant with author readings, "Kunstnernes Hus": The central art gallery with interesting new art exhibitions, or the "Ibsen Museum". If you want a sweet treat, you should look up "Pascal" close to the park for a delicious treat.”
40lokalne preporuke
Kineski restoran
“Busy lunch and dinner place (no wnder! The food is superb). Remember to book a table in advance!”
42lokalne preporuke
Champagne Bar
“Champagneria brings joy to its patrons and envy to its competitors. Distinctly upscale, irreproachably hip, and mercifully well off the beaten track, ... Champagneria brings joy to its patrons and envy to its competitors. Distinctly upscale, irreproachably hip, and mercifully well off the beaten track, it serves excellent Champagne (the clue’s in the name), fine wine, and some very toothsome tapas. The menu is very thoughtfully divided into sections ( e.g. Blanc de Blanc / Chardonnay), and those with big pockets will no doubt be interest interested to spot 1956 Veuve Clicquot Brut on the menu. Interestingly, it was made from Pinot Noire of 1956 vintage, Chardonnay from that great year 1928, ”
39lokalne preporuke
sushi restoran
“Try Alex Sushi in Solli (most expensive, but definitely best sushi in town)”
39lokalne preporuke
Talijanski restoran
“Villa Paradiso in Solli has maybe the best Italian pizza in Oslo and offers a nice international vibe.”
33lokalne preporuke
“ The most cozy cinema in Oslo! Here you can enjoy a glass of wine during the movie.”
25lokalne preporuke
City Hall
“Hear the bells at Oslo's City Hall ring to the tune of David Bowie and Mötorhead songs. The clock tower standing on the grounds of Oslo’s City Hall (Rådhusplassen, in Norwegian) has played a musical interlude every hour for years. It’s a tradition. However, the carillonists operating the bells, are far from bound by tradition when deciding what music to play.”
32lokalne preporuke
“Beautiful venue, great atmosphere and high quality, organic food and drinks. ”
27lokalne preporuke
Transit Station
“Slottsparken er en av hovedstadens første, store parker. Den omgir Slottet på alle kanter og preges av grønne gressbakker, blomstrende enger, fargerike staudefelt og velvoksne trær. Hoveddelen av parken er åpen for publikum hele året, mens Dronningparken er åpen fra 18. mai til 1. oktober hvert år. I tillegg ligger Prinsesse Ingrid Alexandras Skulpturpark som en del av parken. Parken er perfekt for piknik. The Palace Park The Palace Park, one of the Norwegian capital’s first and largest parks, surrounds the Royal Palace on all sides and features grassy areas as well as old, majestic trees. The Palace Park was developed simultaneously with the construction of the new Royal Palace, and is based on the ideal model of nature that prevailed in European horticulture in the mid-1800s. Comprising part of the Palace Park, the Queen’s Park dates all the way back to 1751 when it was created as a private garden in the Rococo style on the plot of land known as Sommerro. It was integrated into the Palace Park in 1840. The Palace Park is a protected cultural monument and is managed by the Palace gardeners. The main part is open to the public all year, and the Queen’s Park is open from 18 May to 1 October. ”
21lokalne preporuke
Azijski restoran
“High-end Asian-Fusion restaurant. Great food and athmosphere, but expensive”
32lokalne preporuke
Point of Interest
“In this area there are many night clubs and bars that are busy until late. Take the bus 31 (5 min walk) to Solli Plass.”
23lokalne preporuke