Bästa sakerna att göra i Oslo
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“The Royal Palace was completed in 1849 and is where our king and queen lives. This is nearby to where you can stay in my apartment. Look for the red flag with a lion flying on the roof. If it's up it means the king is home. Every day at 13:30 (regardless of the weather) you can watch the changing of the guard. It takes about 40 minutes from start to finish and happens in front of the castle.”
“Astrup Fearnley Museet is a private museum of contemporary art, and has since its opening in 1993 been one of the most important art institutions in Oslo.”
“Quite expensive but great view in ekeberg park. Founder of the sculpture park Rignes (Breweri family) owns this place and the park area.”
“Pro-tip: Walk Drammensveien (where the bus drives) a few minutes towards the city centre and take left after the house "Dobag" (sells carpets). Now you'll see a "secret" side of the park.”