Other neighbourhoods to stay in Oslo
Frogner is one of the most upmarket neighbourhoods in the city and is compared to that of Knightsbridge in London as this is one of the most expensive parts of Oslo. This area also contains the Viking Ship Museum, which is home to two 1100-year-old Viking ships and are some of the best preserved ones in the world and there are many artefacts, fossils and history about the Vikings.
Another museum in the area is the City Museum, which is home to one of the largest collections of paintings in the country, as well as many other cultural collections. One of the biggest parks in the city is also found here and that is Frogner Park, which can be exceptionally busy with locals and visitors and has outstanding views.
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Grunerlokka is a warm and bustling district with attractive shopping alleys, cosy cafés, and fascinating cuisine. The location is ideal for those who want to shop at boutiques, dine in high-end restaurants, and be close to Oslo's city centre. There is a metro connection as well as two tram lines, making transportation simple, and it is 1.5 km from Oslo's main train station/bus station, that will take you directly to the airport.
After shopping in Grunerlokka's numerous design boutiques, vintage shops, and flea markets, take a picnic in one of the city's many parks or dine beneath the stars. Skateboards and prams coexist peacefully on the streets of this district, and it's a fantastic decision to explore Grunerlokka on foot. Grunerlokka's western border is formed by the Akerselva river. Walking along the riverbank route through parks, past the Mathallen food court, and into the counterculture centre offers a unique glimpse into the area's industrial heritage.
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Gamle Oslo is the old town of Olso, a neighbourhood at the city's east end that is known for its cultural institutions. For instance, the Monk Museum, which houses iconic paintings such as "The Scream," and the Multicultural museum, which is built in a former police station. There are numerous things to see, such as the magnificent botanic gardens, The Ekebergparken is one of them, where you may spend a lovely afternoon, or the Oslo opera house, which will fascinate you with its wonderful architecture.
You can surely find a nice restaurant with great food and good atmosphere near the water. At night, you can enjoy a drink at one of the area's cute bars. Gamle Oslo is only 1 km from the centre of Oslo and is accessible by foot or a variety of public transportation options. Oslo's public transportation system is sophisticated and the most efficient method to get around the city.
Hotels in Gamle Oslo
This is an important and vibrant area of the city that has lots of public transport and is especially known for its shops and lively nightlife, where there are a good range of hotels and restaurants too.
There are also a number of town houses and buildings from the 18th century, which all provides a wonderful and elegant atmosphere.
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