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The Norwegian Parliament

549 Reviews

The Norwegian Parliament

549 Reviews
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Karl Johans gate 22, Oslo 0026 Norway
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Oslo Like a Local: Customized Private Tour

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Getting to know a new city isn’t just about seeing its sights but meeting its people. With this private custom Oslo tour, connect with a local for a real feel of the city they love. Share your interests with your friend-in-the-making before meeting for a walking tour that delivers a personalized and authentic take on the city: from pointers on restaurants to finding little-known sights and ways to get around.
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Sian wrote a review Jul 2020
London, United Kingdom593 contributions90 helpful votes
This a stunning building right in the centre of Oslo - its doubtful that you'll miss it, buts worth taking the extra 10 mintues to take a good look. We learnt some of the history of the building.on our walking tour, which was great.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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doctorfoxtrot wrote a review Dec 2019
Taguig City, Philippines7,427 contributions979 helpful votes
We were not fortunate to get a tour of the place. Our guide told us that December has no availability for those things. Too bad. We ended up taking photo shots of the beautiful exterior of the building . But take note that sunlight is only from 10am-2 Pm . That depends on what way you want those pictures taken. Just located on Karl Johan gate so hard to miss.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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graham b wrote a review Nov 2019
Tonbridge, United Kingdom54 contributions17 helpful votes
We joined the English speaking tour at 11.30am which beleive run twice daily ay weekends - need to get there about 30 mins before becuase they strictly limit it to 30 adults maximum. After the complusory securioty check and leaving coats/bags behind we enjotyed a 40 min tour of the main lobby, both chambers and an ante-room. The guide was amusing and informative so the time passed very quickly. Chance to sit in the seats in the now defunct 2nd chamber and other selfie opportunities elsewhere.
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Date of experience: November 2019
UmmSafia wrote a review Nov 2019
Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom41 contributions70 helpful votes
Be half an hour early before the free English tour or you won't get a space. One is at 10.00 and the other at 11.30 on Saturdays. The guide was really funny, you have to go through security as you go in. The guide don't only tell you about historical facts but also his opinion as a layman and some funny anecdotes. The tour lasts about 45 mins and security but 20 mins for everyone to get through. Kids will enjoy it too.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Soddy wrote a review Oct 2019
Lakselv, Norway1,322 contributions77 helpful votes
This is the place of power in Norway. It's very nice to take a tour here, to get a history lecture, and to see how the government in Norway works. I would very much recommend a visit here.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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