The Best Local Shopping Spots in Oslo

The month’s salary burning in your pockets? Itching to get gifts for friends and family? Curious to find the very best stores, bookshops and markets in Oslo? Is browsing your number one hobby? We understand, and so do our locals, who have their own favorite hidden gems, top picks for when nothing but a bit of window (or actual) shopping will do the trick. Check out their recommended local shops and never fall in a tourist trap again.

Babel – A fashionista worthy

Babel – A fashionista worthy

Image by Lene Haugerud

“Babel” Oslo is a fashionista must go-to. A spot I’d recommend as I tend to find my favorite labels here, and a wide selection from designer to vintage…

Full Article by Lene Haugerud

Bare Jazz – Not only jazz-fans will enjoy it

Bare Jazz – Not only jazz-fans will enjoy it

Image by Elin Reitehaug

“Bare Jazz” Oslo is the jazz bar for me, who am not a huge fan of jazz – other people who know what they’re talking about (jazz enthusiasts) agree, though!

Full Article by Elin Reitehaug

Big Dipper – Who said records were old school?

Big Dipper – Who said records were old school?

Image by Lene Haugerud

“Big Dipper” Oslo is a record shop I like to pop up at for free weekend mini-concerts. A place I can easily get lost in browsing through their selection…

Full Article by Lene Haugerud

Birkelunden – Lively park and Sunday market

Birkelunden – Lively park and Sunday market

Image by Elin Reitehaug

“Birkelunden” park in Oslo is one of my favourite hangouts. It’s often used for different events and I love to meet up with friends and watch people there!

Full Article by Elin Reitehaug

Chillout Travel Centre – Holiday inspiration

Chillout Travel Centre – Holiday inspiration

Image by Emily Woodgate

“Chillout Travel Centre” in Oslo has a pretty unassuming exterior, which is why I was blown away when I stepped inside. This shop is a traveller’s paradise

Full Article by Emily Woodgate

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