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Take a walk up to the wonderful view over Oslo. You will find how to get there in the app "UT". The walk takes around 30 minutes, and you can even make a round trip through the woods and back to the flat.
Grefsenkollen, the north-east peak of Oslo offers spectacular views of the city. On the terrace by the big lumber house on top you can enjoy baked goods, something to drink or homemade pizza from their wooden oven, while overlooking the city. To get there take the tram (no. 12 or 11) from…
Enjoy the view over the whole of Oslo and the Oslo fjord, see the sunset og just enjoy a nice walk. Possible to buy good food at the restaurant or to sit outside with your take away.
The "Montmartre" of Oslo. The view is fantastic and also the food and drinks is worth a try. Probably the nicest and most romantic place in Oslo.
“Clossest mall where you find everything. We like to go there to get cheep groceries at the International Store outside the mall and then have e.g. a frozen yoghurt or a smoothie as a treat. Metro 4 and 5 both go there and some of the busses.”
“A farm you can visit. Horses, coffee and sometimes there's a market during the weekend.”
“A nice lake to go on a mini-hike, for grilling sausages or playing volleyball in the summer. It is the place where you can meet many happy locals during the weekend :)”
“Take the buss nr 31 to "Tonsenhagen" and walk into the woods, "marka". There are many paths, example take the path to "Lilloseter" where you can take a break inside a cabin. ”