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Neighborhood with a bohemian/creative atmosphere and many unique cafes, shops and parks.
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  • Average13%
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Reviewed August 16, 2017

For our second time in Oslo , we had to visit again this District and again we were not disappointed. Very accessible with tram Lines 11 , 12 and 13 , all along Markveien and Thorvald Meyers Gate you'll find shops selling second hand clothes...More

Thank Bruno_Cohen
Reviewed August 15, 2017

Definitely the place to go to more chilled out less fancy bars and restaurants. Lots of great cafes, shops and vintage shops round here. Younger area and definitely nice for just walking around. There are some beautiful little streets with lovely old colourful houses on...More

Thank Jason F
Reviewed August 13, 2017 via mobile

We were there to visit young people who had just moved. Beautiful open space, oarks full of young couples with children. Many places to seat out for coffee, drink food. Buildings look old outside but nicely renovated apartments inside. Fantastic lively atmosphere. We walked to...More

Thank Marina T
Reviewed July 31, 2017

This neighborhood has a lot of interesting shops, including secondhand stores. It has a good Market Hall, a nice park Ola Reyes Plass, and some funky artsy streets, one with a beautiful glass chandelier suspended over it.

Thank RasheaNY
Reviewed July 24, 2017

here you can wander arround and dream how it was in older days , smaler nice pictoresk buildings and inviornment. Very nice and a lot of history

Thank Tor Steinar E
Reviewed July 18, 2017

We were lucky to have friends who live in Grünerløkka. This is by far the nicest area in Oslo. There are a lot of cool bars, coffee places and restaurants around. Also some really nice parks.

1  Thank Pietsanders
Reviewed July 15, 2017

We used the Rick Steve's book for a self-guided walk through this neighborhood, which we enjoyed. There's a picturesque (and at some parts historic) portion that runs along the river that was idyllic. On a nice day this is a great little area to check...More

Thank Princess012472
Reviewed July 12, 2017

Grünerløkka is fabulous - this friendly, historical and laid-back bohemian village district of Oslo which the locals often lovingly refer to as "Løkka" and tag #visitløkka. Discover and shop at independent boutiques, go hunting for vintage clothing and oddities, take a stroll through the quaint...More

Thank Jan Robert J
Reviewed July 9, 2017

Avoid dining in the tourist traps of Aker brygge and Karl Johan. Do your eating and drinking in Grünerløkka area in the heart of east side Oslo. Go for a nice walk along Akerselva, the river between west and east Oslo. Here you have parks,...More

2  Thank Jørgen J
Reviewed July 8, 2017 via mobile

Visited Grunerlokka for an afternoon for lunch (great indoor food market - lots of choice, very affordable) and shopping. Lots of vintage and other clothes shops. This is a very nice district, close to town, within walking distance of the Munch Museum. We would probably...More

1  Thank whinfellwanderer
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Response from Patricia K | Reviewed this property |
Hello, From the Gardermoen airport the the quickest way into central Oslo is the airport express train. It leaves every 15 minutes, costs NOK 170 one way (yes expensive!) but takes just 23 minutes into the Central Station... More