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Best things to do in Oslo

Centro comercial
“High quality shopping, if you want exclusive brands and stores. Opening hours: Monday-Friday 10-20 and Saturday 10-18.”
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Entretenimiento en general
“Bookstore with Norwegian and English titles, plus literary events and a restaurant. ”
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Librería
“I can spend hours here. Independent bookstore that specialises in subjects including politics, feminism, movies and fiction. The most radical bookshop in town also has a good selection of English-language books.”
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Cafetería
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“This place is actually a travel store, but they also serve some bakery items and cold drinks. Try their mango lassie–it's delightful! Pair it with a cinnamon bun for a perfect on-the-fly snack.”
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Tienda de ropa
“The only place in Oslo I buy clothes. As close as you get (in Oslo) to the now defunct Colettes in Paris and Dover Street Market in London.”
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Pastelería
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“Bakery and coffee-shop. Here you can find delicious breads, cakes and coffee. ”
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Librería
“Cappelens Forslag is a small, independent book store and cafe located in the center of Oslo. New and second hand quality literature, and modern first editions, antiquarian titles, cult lit, and books as rare as independent bookstores are becoming. Mainly English titles, some Norwegian. ”
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Bazar
“A small graffiti made during the second world war by the resistance group in Norway named H7 (due to the king, Haakon the seventh of Norway). Not a lot of people know about this place. ”
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Book Store
“En av de få gjenlevende og "fristtstående" bokhandlene i byen. Svært hyggelig og kunnskapsrik betjening.”
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Book Store
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