• 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  1700 NOK/180€

    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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  • Self guided tour of Oslo 1940-45

    Walking self-guided tour of Oslo during years of occupation 1940-45 in Norwegian and English language. The tour starts at the Royal Palace, overlooking the entire city center, and ends at the Akershus fortress near by Resistance museum. The length of the route is 2.5 km / 2 miles. A map with explanations and illustrations will help you navigate. Private photos taken by German soldiers were used in this project. It is a wonderful gift or souvenir of Oslo for friends and colleagues.   Printed brochure - size 14x21 cm - number of pages 26 -

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  • Oslo apartment design - backstage to a local culture

    Interior spaces are about the colors on the walls, the textures on the furniture and an interesting mix of humble materials. This 1915 Oslo Frogner apartment is clean, fresh-looking, and inspires a sense of calm. The owners of the apartment have managed to keep this place bright and open.The dark wood floor, the beige walls, the fireplace add warmth to the main room. The seating in the main room is made simple and cozy with the placement of the two sofas, in front of each other and away from the walls. The furniture is right in proportion for the room, in terms of the length, width and ceiling

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  • Next day after the War

    While Europe was celebrating Victory Day, in Norway, the operation Doomsday – liberation of Norway was about to start. The goal of the operation was supervising the surrender of the German forces in Norway as well as preventing the sabotage of vital military and civilian facilities. Thousands of military personnel was flown to Norway. Unfortunately due to various reasons three airplanes got crashed and 48 soldiers got killed right after the war in Europe was ended. *On Ascention day Thursday May 10th 1945 between 7:30 and 8:00 hours, the Short Stirling LK147 from 196 Squadron took

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