Karl Johans gate
The main street of Oslo. Goes from the sentral station up to the royal castle. The street is closed for cars and have most of the mainstream fashion shops. Stay away from the restaurants as they are overpriced and have low quality food.
The local "Champs Elysées" or 5th avenue. Leading from the Royal Palace to the Parliament.
Oslo's main walking street with lots of shopping opportunities. You can find luxury brands aswell.
“Torggata is a street in central Oslo known for its many restaurants and bars. In this one fairly short street, reserved for pedestrians and bicycle riders, you can find everything from Starbucks coffee to bubble tea, from kebabs to fine dining, and from trendy fashion to a dedicated cap store. The street that used to be just another street has become a destination in itself, as well a natural link between the trendy Grünerløkka and the vibrant Youngstorget. Torggata and its side streets offer restaurants like Arakataka and Taco República, bars like Tilt and Café Sara, and the brewery/bar Crowbar. Just around the corner you can find large concert venues like Sentrum Scene, Rockefeller and John Dee, making Torggata and its surrounding area a versatile destination that offers something for everyone.”
“Oslo's newest development. A few years back this was a motorway intersection. Now posh offices and rather expencive flats. It looks like anywhere in the world, but by the sea though. Opera, Munch museeum and Deichmanske library are the highlights here.”