Picturesquecosy village of white wooden seaside houses and cabins for the old part of town. A very fine place for a summer visit
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Taking the ferry from Aker Brygge to Drobak is a fun trip. Drobak is charming, friendly and beatiful. There is a great park along the water, summertime flea markets and fresh seafood restuarants. We love stopping at Skipper Stuens on the water for lunch. You...More
This town is worth a drive. not too far from Oslo city, We visited this town as we wanted to visit the Christmas House there. Though we were disappointed with the Christmas house the town of Drobak itself was worth it.
We wanted to go a bit outside of Oslo and didn't no where to go. We decided to drive to Drøbak since my dad is very interested in history. We loved the beautiful surroundings, the boats and nice houses. Perfect place to stop and look...More
Visit the Norwegian Santa in the post office and view all the mail they receive from all over the world. Market stalls and the Christmas shop in the main square are definitely worth a visit.
We visited here with 3 kids aged 12, 8 and 4 and everyone was BORED. About 30 minutes outside of Oslo, it was recommended online and in our guidebook. After living in Denmark in high school, this town really didn't look different than any other...More
I have found Drøbak the most exciting place throughout Norway – because its history. This is the true story about a few men using old, slow-firing guns that stopped an invasion fleet. Successfully. At least temporarily, which delayed the enemies’ occupation long enough for the...More
The place is around one hour from Oslo city. Also you need zone extension for zone 2S. But the place is very beautiful, worth to visit, you can visit Santa post office, can buy some post cards. Also the view near to tourist information center...More
After to pass one hour and half in the ferry, we arrive in Drøbak. The city are very calm, relaxing... perhaps too much. No one was in the turist information. The aquarium was open but we were not interesting to pay 60kr to see some...More
We were recommended this town by the Oslo tourist information center during our recent trip in Oslo and we really enjoyed the trip. We took bus number 500 from the city center bus terminal which cost us 53NOK per adult. The trip was around one...More