Lots of upmarket shops and restaurants here - very expensive. However, great location to walk around - fantastic views of harbour
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Lovely place to walk there. Beautiful fjord. Very nice Museum of Contemerporary art. A lot of restaurants. Comprehensive Mall (with Wines store Vinmonopolet)
Not exactly an attraction, but a nice area to take a break or roam about in. Close to Aker Brygge. Lots of eateries in both areas.
We rented an apartment in this area of Oslo. It is a very central area, an extension towards the water from the older Aker Brygge area. The area has many fancy restaurants and it the place to be seen on a pretty sunny day. There...More
Walking down to Aker Brygge is a nice experience overall, leading to that small beach and dock at Tjuvholmen. Especially on a sunny day, you can relax there enjoying an ice cream. I find the architecture really interesting & I recommend a visit at the...More
Glad to see that the development of this area worked out, we were there on a rainy Friday afternoon and there were people coming and going, eating at restaurants, enjoying the museum and generally looking happy. Next day we went by on the boat on...More
Unmissable one has half a day to spare in Oslo. The sea front has a great view and there's an interesting sculpture park too. I didn't visit the museum but the building looks quite impressive. There are also lots of cafes and restaurants that serve...More
This is a place that you can not skip, the museum is fantastic, its small but it looks like its rotating great artists, the neighbourhood is a really cool and modern place that worth to take your time in there.
Really nice place to wonder around. Loved the bridges and the canals. Loved the buildings overlooking the water. Cute cafés waiting for one to get a go inside. Just between Aker Brygge and the Astrup Fernley museum, you can't miss this walk.