5 Places Locals love in Oslo, not the usual tourist attractions!
Back in the days the popular jazz club used to be a storage for gold and diamonds. Today BLÅ is the place to discover local artists, dance to grand orchestras and observe local street art.
The quirky 18th-century wooden homes of the Damstredet is a nice change of pace from the modern architecture of the city centre. Damstredet is a popular residential neighborhood for artists.
Enter a green lunge in the hippest street of Oslo. Chill out with cocktails like Miss Basil or a Green Elixir while being surrounded by plants and greenery. The humid air builds an adventurous atmosphere.
The little brown pub serves Nordic/ Asian fusion made by star chefs. The anonymous door used to reveal a Hells Angels club, today the interior just slightly changed.
This combined retro shop and coffee bar serves the most generous hot beverages in town! Enjoy a Norwegian waffle and a time travel to see Norway’s interior style in the 50s and 60s.