Shopping centres, department stores, small boutiques, shopping streets with hundreds of small shops and retailers, charming antique shops, flea markets, suppliers of exclusive international brand names and local handicraft shops. You will not come back empty handed after a shopping day in Oslo!
Karl Johans gate / City centre
Pedestrian zone where you find all the big chains like H&M and Benetton. Larger shopping malls and department stores in the area are Oslo City, Byporten, Glasmagasinet, Steen & Strøm, Paleet and Aker Brygge. In Grensen/Lille Grensen you will find a good selection of shoes, while Møllergata is the street where you can find furniture.
Bogstadveien & Hegdehaugsveien / Majorstuen
Here you will find a good mix of exclusive brands, mid-price clothing and value clothes at shops like Hennes & Mauritz and Vero Moda. You can spend a whole day strolling up and down these two streets!
Bygdøy allé in the Frogner area offers a good selection of exclusive, modern interior design shops. In this area you can also find small independent shops with everything from expensive underwear to kitchen utensils. A bit further down the road to Skøyen there are several popular furniture and interior design shops as well.
Small, independent shops with Norwegian design, clothing, pottery and handicrafts are presented - as well as second-hand book and record shops. You will also find several shops with second-hand and vintage clothing, espeacially in Markveien.
At Grønland there is a wide variety of shops run by immigrants. They offer Oslo's best selection of fruits and vegetables. In addition you can get a good bargain on exotic textiles and gold. The main streets are Grønlandsleiret and Smalgangen. You could also check out the new shopping centre Grønland Basar, for an alternative shopping centre experience.