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Taste of Oslo Walking Tour

Highlights
  • Discover Oslo's best restaurants missed by most tourists
  • Get lesser-known insight into the local food scene from your guide
  • Try traditional Norwegian foods, including cheese, fish, and waffles
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Taste of Oslo Walking Tour
From US$ 116.74
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2018 13:00pmMost Popular
Tours in 2019 will be starting at 13:00.
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High2019 Mars 12- Aug 30
4 hours Taste of Oslo Walking Tour, with food tasting
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2019 Low Sep-Dec
1th deposit of your Taste Of Oslo. You might have to pay a 2th part in order to get all the tastings, read your voucher.
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Overview
Finding the best quality eats can be tricky in an unfamiliar city; avoid disappointment and eliminate the guesswork on this walking tour of Oslo. Uncover local favorites and hidden gems as you stroll the city to sample Oslo's best cheese, fish, meat, and waffles, along with a few beers and aquavit. Your guide provides insight into local food culture and can offer insider tips for where to continue afterward.
What to Expect
Meet your guide and the rest of your group in downtown Oslo. Before embarking upon your tasting tour, there's time for a visit to a traditional Norwegian clothing (bunad) shop to learn about Norwegian apparel and traditions.
Your tour continues to three or four different stops, tasting food at each, including cheese, fish, and a traditional waffle-and-brown-cheese dessert at a small coffee shop. You also have the opportunity to sample some local Norwegian beers at a cozy bar, as well as a taste of aquavit, a strong, flavored Scandinavian spirit. In addition to walking between stops, you also travel briefly via public transit (ticket included)—a great way to get introduced to the Oslo locals know.
With a full belly (and some insider foodie tips from your guide), your tour concludes in the city center.
Reviews (121)
1 - 5 of 38 reviews
Reviewed 29 December 2018
Underwhelming Food Tour. Could have had more potential.

Selim was our tour guide was nice guy, but he tried to come off more knowledgeable on the food tour experience than he really was. Mind you that I’ve taken food tours all around the world and this was definitely in the bottom 1/3 of...More

Date of experience: December 2018
1  Thank StevenTristanYoung
AnnaMolly23, Guest Relations Manager at The Oslo Tour, responded to this reviewResponded 31 December 2018

Dear Steven, thank You for your honest review. I’m sorry that our food tour didn’t meet your expectations, but we take great pride in what we do. Our tasting places are carefully chosen as well as the food they serve. The ‘’cafeteria’’ that you’re referring...More

Reviewed 21 December 2018
This tour is a must!

Ivana was a knowledgeable and enthusiastic guide. She struck the perfect balance of warmth and professionalism. Both her choice of cuisine and route exceeded my expectations. The multiple points of interest on the walking portion of the tour were fantastic as well. I would do...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Dee Dee H
AnnaMolly23, Guest Relations Manager at The Oslo Tour, responded to this reviewResponded 5 January 2019

Dear Dee Dee, thank you so much for this lovely review! I had so much fun with your group! I hope that you enjoyed spending your vacation in Oslo. Wishing you all the best in the new 2019! Take care and keep traveling! Your guide,...More

Reviewed 16 December 2018 via mobile
Great combination of history and food by Ivana

Great experience filled with food and history. Ivana was awesome and a great tours guide. Waffle with brown cheese and jam was my favorite but reindeer was a close second, well seasoned 😍. We met at a great location right near parliament with a great...More

Thank EmpressNatty
AnnaMolly23, Kundeansvarlig at The Oslo Tour, responded to this reviewResponded 17 December 2018

Dear EmpressNatty, thank you so much for this lovely words! It was great tour yesterday; not too cold outside and wonderful guests all together! Take care and travel as much as possible :) You guide, Ivana

Reviewed 19 October 2018 via mobile
Oslo must do for foodies

If you want to get to know the local delicacies and a little bit of history Of Oslo, Norway, this the tour for you! The well informed Ivanna was knowledge about the types of traditional Norwegian food and history and took the small group of...More

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AnnaMolly23, Guest Relations Manager at The Oslo Tour, responded to this reviewResponded 20 October 2018

Dear Brittany, Thank you so much for your kind words and this lovely review! It was so nice meeting you and hope you have great time while in Oslo! Your guide, Ivana

Reviewed 9 October 2018
Laid back walking tour with great food and host

I was traveling solo and wanted to do something that would force me to be a little social and see parts of Oslo I wouldn't have. This tour was perfect. The food choices were great (although I was stuffed by the 2nd charcuterie round). I...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank bourbonmaven
AnnaMolly23, Guest Relations Manager at The Oslo Tour, responded to this reviewResponded 20 October 2018

Dear Niki, thank you for joining our tour and this lovely review! We really appreciate an honest feedback. Regarding your note, we have recently upgraded to a pull payment process so we hope there will not be any misunderstandings about the payment. Take care and...More

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luisval2018
13 December 2018|
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Response from Joyce e | Reviewed this property |
You will need to pay each vendor in addition. I do not recommend this tour.
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TheDudah
26 October 2018|
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Response from AnnaMolly23 | Property representative |
Since the tour runs in all kinds of weather, we suggest to dress accordingly. January may be snowy and frozen, but the citizens do manage around quite well, both with public transport and by foot. The largest distance during... More
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Николай Н
6 September 2018|
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Response from Cathy R | Reviewed this property |
Yes it is. Tour takes 4 hours with stops along the way. There are steep hills as well.
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