Grünerløkka, commonly refered to as "Løkka" - (pron. Greener-leughcka) is a bohemian center for creative people of relatively young age. It's got loads of shopping; Very expensive shopping that is - not unlike the rest of norway, and a great urban touch to it. In a sunny summer day, you'd might want to settle down in one of the many parks around with a disposable grill and some hot dogs with "lompe" (flat potato bread) or have a beer close to Olaf Ryes Plass; the most popular part of Løkka. When you get too far down the løkka, closer to Anker or Nybrua, the "ghetto"-part of Oslo begins. I'd stay away from it, unless you're going to Oslo S for shopping. Not because it's dangerous - just because it's really grey and not very thrively.
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