Grünerløkka is an area for alternative shopping. Here you find small, independent shops that sell original clothes, jewelry, ceramics and art - everything from boutiques run by young Norwegian designers to cool vintage shops.
You may have trouble closing your suitcase after a shopping spree in Oslo. Shopping malls, 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.
See the tips below on shopping and start planning where to shop!
Traditional handicraft shop with Norwegian sweaters and other knitwear, blankets, arts and crafts, silk scarfs, pewter and rose-painted items.
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Antiques shop and café in the old post office on the Bygdøy peninsula. You can, among other things, buy the tables, chairs and plates that are used in the...
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Large shop with china, furniture, paintings, crystal, chairs and more for sale.
Delivery on request.
Read more about Homannsbyen Antique & Second Hand
Norway's first and only department store that specialises in design, interior and lifestyle contains over 20 shops that sell everything from teaspoons to...
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Since its establishment in 1891, Husfliden been the leading store of its kind in Norway. Here you can buy quality goods that represent Norwegian...
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IKEA is the most popular furniture warehouse in Norway.
Furniture, carpets, textiles, lamps, pictures & frames, kitchens, kitchen utensils, plants and...
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Four floors of famous and new Danish, Scandinavian and international design. Here you will find everything from the smallest details for your kitchen to...
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Jan P. Myhre offers bespoke shoe services. Myhre appreciates seeing you during your stay in Oslo to present classic styles and leather samples.
Read more about J.P.Myhre - bespoke shoes
Water skis, wakeboards and tubes for sale and rent.
Wet suits, life vests, sailing equipment, oils, boat equipment and maintenance products for sale.
Read more about Kongen Marina / Sjølivets Gleder
Krogh Optikk is one of the largest optician chains in Norway.
The shops in Oslo have great selections of eyeglass frames and sunglasses. Separate contact lens...
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Kaare Berntsen is a leading art and antiques shop established in 1930.
Extensive experience with sales of city and country antiques, glassware, silver and...
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Café and design/gift shop in the old industrial area at the top of Grünerløkka.
The café offers great coffee and food, and after 6 pm you can also enjoy a...
Read more about Liebling
Norway's only Louis Vuitton store sells luxury bags, shoes and other accessories.
Louis Vuitton is the world's leading luxury brand. The company's origin is French, but it is an international enterprise with stores all over the world.
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Lucky Buttons is a lovely little shop that sells vintage, second-hand and re-design: clothes, bags, accessories, jewellery and other bits and bobs.
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Fun shop that sells toys and articles in all colours and sizes.
Marthes lekestue specialises in teddy bears, dollhouses, nostalgia and atmosphere, and is located on a side street from Bogstadveien.
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Mat & Mer (Food & More) is a deli, vegetable shop, coffee shop and restaurant.
The shop offers a great selection of cheeses, hams and bread from Grünerløkka Bakery, as well as high-quality chocolate, olive oil and more.
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The Moods store on Norway's most exclusive shopping street has great designs for every occasion.
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The popular Norwegian clothing line has great designs for every occasion.
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Large Moods of Norway store on Oslo's main street with great designs for every occasion.
Read more about Moods of Norway Karl Johan
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