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Oslo Essentials, City Center Guided Walking Tour

clock 2 hours
  • Great introduction to the city as it includes City Hall, Grand Hotel , University and the Parliament
  • Perfect even for travellers who are in Oslo for a short while. Read more
  • Get to hear fascinating stories and to visit the National Theatre
  • What You'll Do:

  • Visit the Norwegian National Opera Ballet and take pictures of the Theatre Building, with a halt at that point, for 10 minutes
  • At the Kvadraturen neighbourhood travellers can admire versatile architecture around the Kvadraturen district and the Norwegian parliament, stop by the Oslo Central Dom and Parliament house for 20 minutes.
  • See the Royal Palace and other historical spots as well as stop at the Oslo city Hall.
  • Get to hear fascinating stories about the City hall and National Theatre for 30 minutes
  • The various stops on this tour include the Royal Place , Norwegian parliament, and other places.
  • There is a halt of 10 to 20 minutes at each site.
  • What It Includes:

  • This is a 2 hour walking tour
  • The tour provides travellers with a local guide.
  • All the local taxes are included in this tour
  • One should be physically fit and children are to be accompanied by adults
  • Tour is managable in all weather conditions
  • Travellers Talk:

  • Participants liked the tour as it was a combination of walking and exploring
  • Highly recommended by most travellers
  • Tourists were extremely happy with the tour guide as they were very interactive and imparted some very interesting facts.
  • Is It Right:

  • Undoubtedly a perfect tour for the ones who want to cover all the highlights of the city as well as want to explore the city on their own feet
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Taste of Oslo Walking Tour

clock 3 to 4 hours
  • One of the best ways to see the city and to try traditional Norwegian food
  • Visit local spots and sites which are otherwise hard to find Read more
  • Get treats from some of the best traditional Norwegian food-joints that allow travellers to explore the food, culture and history of Oslo.
  • What You'll Do:

  • The tour start from the Karl Johan's gate
  • Take a walk around the city and learn about fun-filled yet interesting facts that you might not have heard before.
  • The price of this tour also includes all food tasting charges as well as the fees of the local guide.
  • Get the opportunity to taste 4 kinds of food from 4 very different places, this includes main dishes, desserts, tea, coffee, different kinds of cheese as well as cured meat and of course beer
  • Travellers who don't drink beer are offered other beverages like Soda or wine
  • What It Includes:

  • The food tour lasts for about 3-4 hours
  • The tour is led by an efficient guide
  • Norwegian beer tasting is a part of this tour
  • Hotel pickup is however an additional cost
  • It is accessible for wheelchair-bound people and people who are carrying a stroller for their baby.
  • Travellers Talk:

  • Travellers like how the tour guide took them to various locations and spots which otherwise would go unnoticed
  • Some of the tourists have commented that the guide made sure that the group was having a great time and answered all the questions they asked
  • Participants of this tour loved how the tour gave information, not only about food but also about the historical sites as they visited different places.
  • Is It Right:

  • For sure this tour is completely suitable for the food lovers as they get to taste traditional food and also drinks
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Oslo Fjord By Boat With Buffet & Norwegian Beer Tasting

clock 6 hours
  • Boat tour across Oslo Fjord that will take you to the local Norwegian bars, let you try the local beer, and then get you to embark on a wooden sail.
  • Come close with the Norwegian culture through this interactive walking tour Read more

    What You'll Do:

  • Get a stop over at the Oslo Fjord.
  • The meeting point for this tour is at The Tiger Jernbanetorget.
  • Walk around the city centre and stop at the local fish shop to try some dried and cured fish.
  • Follow your guide to a small cafe and try the unique Norwegian Pizza with dried and cured seafood
  • Taste old fashioned dessert made out of potatoes, and try other kinds of local specialty snacks and beer.
  • Try out the unlimited amount of Norwegian shrimp served on this tour followed by a dinner and desserts.
  • What It Includes:

  • The total time to cover this entire tour is about 6 hours.
  • Wine and spirits can be purchased at the duty-free as some of them can be pretty expensive .
  • You are requested to carry a jacket as it gets pretty cold in the evening.
  • You will also be granted entry to Fort Fjord
  • Travellers Talk:

  • The tour was thoroughly enjoyed by travellers as they got to enjoy street art.
  • Tourists loved how the beer served was of the perfect size and they also appreciated that they got to visit some very beautiful locations
  • Participants of this tour have recommended this tour as a must-visit when one is in Oslo.
  • Is It Right:

  • Get to indulge yourselves in the beautiful history of this place with your guide
  • This tour is meant for those who love a bit of adventure in their lives.
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Oslo Highlights Bike Tour

clock 3 hours
  • Stroll through the Norwegian capital city of Oslo on a bike.
  • A guided trip which extensively covers the most popular attractions throughout the historical city. Read more
  • Popular attractions include the Frognerparken (also known as the Vigeland Park), the Aker Brygge Shipyard, Royal Palace and the Akershus Castle.
  • What You'll Do:

  • The scheduled place of departure is the Nedre Slottsgate, Oslo.
  • Scheduled departure time is 2 pm. Travellers will be returning to the original departure point after three hours i.e. 5 pm
  • Popular sites that will be covered in this tour include the shopping area at Karl Johan's gate, Oslo's National Theatre, Parliament Building, Aker Brugge, the Royal Palace, Oslo City Hall. There are also several bronze and granite sculptures by acclaimed Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland at Frognerparken.
  • What It Includes:

  • This tour will take maximum 3 hours to coduct.
  • Tour will be conducted by a friendly, professional and local guide.
  • Bike and Helmet will be provided for the tour.
  • An alternative date or full refund is provided in case of the trip being cancelled due to bad weather conditions.
  • Travellers are advised to carry water bottles and wear comfortable clothing.
  • The trip is not accessible in a wheelchair.
  • Children are to be accompanied by adults during the entire course of the trip.
  • Travellers taking part in this tour are required to know how to ride a bicycle.
  • The small group bike tour is limited upto 15 persons booking at a time.
  • Travellers Talk:

  • Travellers loved how the guides kept them thoroughly engrossed by imparting knowledge and details about the Scandinavian history and the significance of Oslo in Viking Culture.
  • Tourists also appreciated how a large area of Oslo was covered in this tour.
  • Is It Right:

  • Without a doubt this energetic and fun filled tour should be opted for as this also comes with a guide who provides you a lot of extra information
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Authentic Oslo Bike Tour

clock 3 hours
  • A unique bike tour along the Akerselva River where travellers can discover fascinating landscapes, incredible city views and the gorgeous hills surrounding the Oslo city
  • Enjoy the views from the top from one of the most famous opera houses. Read more
  • Try Norwegian food and drink at the Mathallen indoor food market.
  • What You'll Do:

  • Meeting point of the tour is at the waterfront of Oslo City Hall at Pier 3.
  • First go to the Mathallen indoor market, which is an indoor food market that happens to be quite popular in Oslo.
  • Get to go on top of the Opera house for an amazing view of the waterfalls.
  • Bike along the Akerselva River to see the 18th and 19th-century industrial architectures and also the contemporary art galleries.
  • What It Includes:

  • The maximum span of time to cover this bike tour is of about 3 hours.
  • Led by a professional guide who provides travellers with English narration related to the various stupendous locations you get to visit on this tour.
  • The tour also provides travellers with proper bikes and helmets.
  • Carry either printed tickets or e-tickets on mobile for this activity.
  • Get instant confirmation upon booking this tour.
  • It is not accessible in a wheelchair
  • Travellers Talk:

  • Tourists have recommended this tour as a great way to explore the city of Oslo.
  • People who took part in this tour loved how amazing the guide is for this trip and how they get to explore various beautiful sites and learn about new but exciting facts on this tour.
  • Participants have said that this tour is a great way to start one's trip in the city of Oslo.
  • Is It Right:

  • A perfect getaway for the ones who are seeking adventure and unexplored sites of the country
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Oslo Nature Walks: Island hopping

clock 4 hours
  • An energetic tour where travellers can survey 4 islands
  • Explore Oslo's amazing coastal scenery while on this tour Read more

    What You'll Do:

  • Meet in front of the Viking Biking shop, Nedre Slottsgate 4, 0157 Oslo.
  • Start the journey on a ferry boat and learn more about Oslo's history while enjoying the beautiful coastal scenery.
  • While walking through nature, the travellers get to hear stories of Norway's transition from the Viking era to the Christian era.
  • Next stop is at Lindøya where travellers can enjoy the amazing view from the top of the island.
  • Enjoy lunch and catch another ferry that takes the visitors to the famed island of Gressholmen, where they get to see thick forests, sea cliffs and hidden beaches.
  • Then catch another ferry to return to the city.
  • What It Includes:

  • Time duration taken to cover this tour is 4 hours and it starts at 12 PM in the noon.
  • Travellers are provided with a professional tour guide for this trip
  • You are also required to carry either printed tickets or mobile tickets to take part in this tour.
  • People on board must carry their swim wear, towel, water and food for this tour.
  • Wearing good trail shoes is must
  • There is a restriction regarding participation of children under 10 years of age
  • Travellers Talk:

  • Tourists loved how the guide for this tour was extremely amicable and gave them a lovely introduction about the city of Oslo.
  • People who have participated in this tour, have recommended this trip to all who will be visiting Oslo, as a must-try
  • Travellers loved the knowledgeable and friendly guide provided for this tour .
  • Is It Right:

  • Definitely this tour is for you if you want to experience every bit of the island and also get in touch with the locals. Don't wait, go ahead and book it!
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Oslo Small Group Walking Tour

clock 3 hours
  • An enthusiastic walking tour where travellers can explore the city's significant landmarks at their own pace
  • Rediscover this fascinating cosmopolitan city that holds the perfect juxtaposition of urban life and nature. Read more
  • Learn about the city's remarkable history in this tour
  • What You'll Do:

  • Tour starts from Cafe Kaffebrenneriet.
  • Get to visit some of the most significant landmarks and sites of the city such as Royal Palace, the Cathedral of Oslo, Norwegian Parliament, the Oslo Opera House and Akerhus Castle and Fortress
  • Roam the local markets to collect unique souvenirs.
  • Visit the harbour area.
  • What It Includes:

  • The tour is 3 hours long
  • This tour is led by an English speaking tour guide and gratuities for the guide are included within the price paid for this tour.
  • Get confirmation at the time of booking this tour.
  • Maximum number of tourists can be included is 10 r
  • You will be required to wear comfortable walking shoes and warm clothes for this tour.
  • You must be present at the pickup point 10 minutes before the trip starts.
  • The tour is available only for those who have moderate physical fitness
  • Travellers Talk:

  • Travellers loved this walking tour as the guide introduced them to the main sites in Oslo, as well as the history of the city and Norway.
  • Participants of this tour really appreciated how the guide for this tour had a very nice and informative style.
  • Tourists even loved how they get to enjoy this tour despite the bad weather.
  • They have recommended this tour for all solo travellers.
  • Is It Right:

  • This small tour gives a great personalized experience to the tourists
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Oslo Highlights. Best Private Walking Tour of Oslo with a Local Guide.

clock 4 hours
  • There is indeed a lot to do in Oslo! 

    “Oslo” translated from old Norwegian language means: ‘the valley of Gods”. 

    If you going to have a half-day sightseeing, I would recommend you to have this City Tour by foot for 3 hours, showing the city center, i.e. Aker Brygge, the Royal Palace, the Parliament, the University, the...Read more

Oslo Throughout the History

clock 2 hours 30 minutes
  • The tour starts at the Town Hall where the Nobel Peace Prize ceremonies are held annually on December 10th. Strolling through the city centre, the tour passes many of the main sights including the Akershus Fortress – as well as one of the oldest buildings of Oslo. Get acquainted with the history of Oslo and observe the modern part of the city...Read more

Offbeat Oslo-Grunerløkka

clock 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Grunerlokka is one of the attractive areas in Oslo. Being in the past a worker's neighbourhood, and industrial area, now it turned into lovely, bohemian, gastronomic part of the city. Let's walk along Akerselva - a river, what was called a Smile on the face of Oslo, see the unique street art, craftsmen stores, small vintage and retro boutiques,...Read more

Oslo's Vigeland Park: "The Alien Threat" Exploration Game

clock 60 to 90 minutes
  • Embark on a quest where you will explore Oslo’s Vigeland Park. Solve challenges and unlock stories on your phone, as you discover The Children’s Circle, The Lone Girl statue, and lesser-known places.

    As you solve challenges, the story unfolds and exact directions on your phone will guide you to the next location. Ready for an adventure?...Read more

Oslo Old Town: City Exploration Game

clock 1 hour 15 minutes
  • Journey through modern Oslo and follow the clues to discover the origins, stories and challenges faced across the capital’s 1,000-year history.

    Play the role of Harald Hardrada – Viking King and founder of Oslo. Visit wonderful sights including the Royal Palace, Parliament and Akershus Fortress whilst unlocking many surprising stories,...Read more

Akerselva River Meander: A Self-Guided Audio Tour

clock 45 to 135 minutes
  • Whether you take this self-guided GPS audio tour on an early Sunday morning or a busy Tuesday afternoon, you will always experience the area and paths as a break from everyday life - a green and fresh lung that provides you with extra energy and joy of life.

    VoiceMap takes you on a tour upstream the river of Akerselva, from the busy...Read more

Classic Oslo: A Self-Guided Audio Tour from Central Station to Akershus Castle

clock 45 to 90 minutes
  • Take in Oslo's classic downtown sites and hear its vivid stories on this affordable self-guided walking tour.

    • Find out about the dazzling balls held in the old Den Gamle Logen lodge, and the illicit activities that unfolded in the Grev Wedels Plass park just outside its walls
    • Hear from producer Lars Engerengen, a Norwegian writer...Read more

Explore Downtown Oslo on a Self-Guided Audio Walk

clock 40 minutes
  • Are you tired of having to be a part of large tour groups? Well, don’t worry because this self-guided audio tour through Oslo was made for you! Explore the downtown highlights of Oslo with me the right way: Walk at your own pace, relax when you feel like it, and take as much time as you like.

    The tour starts from Oslo's famous public...Read more

Discover Oslo on foot

clock 3 hours
  • Explore local as a local: on foot!
    Discover Oslo´s city center and major attractions while interacting with the locals, checking out historical buildings, window shopping and seeing the buzz.
    We are going to see both historical and modern sites passing by restaurants, gardens, shops and coffee shops.
    Let´s...Read more

Oslo on foot

clock 3 hours
  • Discover Oslo walking with me!
    Walking together through the center of Oslo, we will visit historical sights, see how locals live, learn about history and culture and finish the tour in Oslo's spectacular and modern opera house, where we will climb up your roof! Come with...Read more

Gems of Central Oslo Private Walking Tour

clock 2 hours
  • Our guide will meet you at the Swan fountain near the Oslo City Hall, a monumental red-brick building in which the Nobel Peace Prize is awarded. There, the guide will narrate stories about the dramatic history of this edifice and what this building can tell us about the Norwegian culture and the country’s past.

    From there, we will head to...Read more

Oslo Promenade Evening Walk

clock 1 hour 45 minutes
  • If you're looking for an evening tour that will show you the best of Oslo's hippest hangouts, look no further than the Oslo Evening Walk. This tour will take you through the trendy Aker Brygge neighborhood, which has undergone a rapid and impressive transformation in recent years. Today, it is known as one of the most expensive districts in the...Read more

Discover Christmas Spirit in Oslo Walking Tour

clock 2 hours
  • Norway is a genuinely fantastic country every inquisitive person needs to discover. But this country completely transforms itself in the winter season and gets its unforgettable, exceptional Christmas vibe – something that even Netflix portrayed in its original series “Home for Christmas.” Just before the winter holidays, the atmosphere in...Read more

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Oslo walking tours are unique in that they permit tourists to take a closer view and enjoy Oslos main attractions alongside roaming the local streets and neighbourhoods, stopping off at a pub or local cafe. It's a great way of sightseeing in Oslo because it takes you to areas where you won't be disturbed by road noise and motors can't go.

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