• The Best of Oslo Tours

  • 2,5 - 6 hrs

    Highly personalized tour in historical city center of Oslo and beyond. The tour is a great introduction both for short visit or longer vacation in Oslo.

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  • 2 - 6 hrs

    Join the tour and learn about unique Jewish history in Norway. Jewish tour can be easily integrated with Highlights of Oslo

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  • 2 - 6 hrs

    Mobile phone photographer or pro? Lets look at the city from photographers perspective.

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  • 3 hrs

    Tour dedicated to the years of the German occupation of Oslo in 1940-45. Extensive visual material is used to enrich the experience.

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  • Americans Try Norwegian Christmas Food

    What is actually traditional Norwegian Christmas food? Here comes the answer. Our experts are staff at the U.S. Embassy in Oslo. And these guys have sense of humor :) Video was presented for the first time on 21 of Dec 2015

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  • Bazaar Halls

    The halls (Dronningens gate 27) were built 1840 – 59 to improve conditions for a food sales. The architect of the project was Christian Henrik Grosch. Bazaar has repeatedly been threatened with demolition. First time it happened in 1901, when one would construct a new stock exchange building on the site. Collapsing of a real estate market and bad economical situation stopped plans. In the 1930s new reasons for demolition laid down: increased traffic required street extension, and in addition, it should be planted a park. World War II saved the building. After peace came in 1945

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  • Watchmaker

    I met Yair for the first time one Shabbat (the Jewish day of rest). He talked about his family’s story- sort of a history of Israel foundation: from early Zionism and immigration to Palestine until the foundation of the State of Israel. He also told me about his collection of watches. I found his stories so deeply amazing, that decided to pay him a visit at his home. So there I was, in his kitchen, talking about life, checking some pictures and of course, his collection.On my mother’s side my grandparents were active Zionist, he said. My grandmother Klara Hirschenzon took part in

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