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One could say that the port is the whole soulth of Oslo. There are many kind of ships to see here. There are for example ships for the international transport, cruisers here. You can also see fishermen. One day I saw the cruise ship from...More
Near the cruise terminal and below the large fortress/castle on hill. Modern, wide open area. Very busy area, people walking, bikes, boats coming in. Lots of great places for photo's, nice place to hang out. Definitely worth a visit and walk about.
The Port of Oslo has four cruise quays: Søndre Akershus, Filipstad, Vippetangen and Revierkaia.
And two ferry quays: Hjortneskaia for Color Line and Utstikker 2 for Stena Line and DFDS.
So be careful to go to the right quay.
The port is well located--a 10 min walk to the main shopping and restaurant area with lots of other sights to see.
- a city map was available at the information center when we left the ship, outside the port fenceline. It was a good...More