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Best shops in Oslo

Cosmetics Shop
“Lots of stores like H&M, Zara, but also some other smaller stores further down”
163 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“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.”
72 locals recommend
Gift Shop
“The city centre mall, different department stores, clothes, shoes, jewelry, food, bookstore, make-up, and so on. ”
57 locals recommend
Department Store
“The most traditional and longest running shopping mall. Great food court in basement”
37 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“High quality shopping, if you want exclusive brands and stores. Opening hours: Monday-Friday 10-20 and Saturday 10-18.”
19 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“Shopping centre with 70 shops and 12 restaurants and cafés, located right next to Oslo Central Station. ”
13 locals recommend
Fish Market
“Fish shop with a few bar tables. Best fish’n chips in town, bacalao and other great seafood.”
36 locals recommend
Charity Shop / Vintage Store
“My favorite vintage store in Oslo, run by a friend and fellow Springsteen-fan. Great selection of vintage T-shirts, jeans, jackets and dresses. They also have an online store. Located in Grünerløkka.”
30 locals recommend
General Entertainment
“Bookstore with Norwegian and English titles, plus literary events and a restaurant. ”
22 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“Shopping mall. Includes Many which is a more high-end supermarket with fresh meat and seafood.”
13 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“Small shopping center - but very close and provides the basics: a crocery store, pharmacy and wine store. ”
19 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“Shopping center with a mix of Norwegian and foreign retail concepts that sell, among other things fruits and vegetables, coffee, clothing, shoes, jewelry, furniture and international books. The center also has several eateries and services. Grønland Bazaar consists of both a new building and the charming Grade II listed buildings in Tøyengata. Opening hours: Monday - Friday: 10 -20 Saturday: 10-18”
22 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“Nesodden shopping mall. Groceries, shoes, sports, organic food. clothes, hardware store, bakery etc. ”
15 locals recommend
Record Shop
“A charming place in the citycenter. Perfect for a cup of coffee or a beer in the backyard.”
16 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“This is a mall where you can shop and dine, with a food court on the bottom floor. ”
13 locals recommend
Clothes Shop
“At the heart of trendy district Grunerløkka and located next to a small grocery store with beautiful flowers, this clothing store is well worth a visit. They specialize in vintage clothing and long, floral dresses, and also sell fair trade, fair made own design. ”
14 locals recommend