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OSLO. 2.5hrs. Want to discover a different side of Oslo? On our Hipstoric Grünerløkka tour, we march from the city centre to the hipster district of Oslo. From free thinkers and artists to street art and parklands, there’s a lot to see!
"We went on the Hipster Walking tour of Oslo and it was probably the best bit of our trip. It was great to see the "off the beaten track" sites and spots & we revisited a lot of the places pointed out on the tour afterward.This was a great complement to other tours and doing the usual tourist attractions, as it gave us more of a local experience and something different.", Caroline R, TripAdvisor-user.
Imagine a river, surrounded by old industrial buildings and parklands. You can almost hear the sounds of the factories well at work, mixed in with the splashing of the river as you stroll along the path. The colourful residential area unexpectedly brightens the mood with the colour palette on display, even on a cloudy day (you’re in the north after all!). You stumble across a giant chandelier, where around the corner hides a collection of old wooden houses from the 1800s and facades covered in street art. Where in Oslo do you find yourself? You’re in the district of Grünerløkka, Oslo’s trendy and bohemian inner-city neighbourhood, on our Hipstoric Grünerløkka Walk!
During your exploration of Grünerløkka, where there is plenty of hipster vibes and history to go around (aka hipstoric), we’ll dig into one of our favourite parts of Oslo. We climb up the quaint street of Damstredet, where you’ll definitely want to stop to take a photo of the charming hillside houses. We also check in with the dynamic trio: Ibsen, Bjørnson and… (care to wager a guess?), at the Our Savior’s Cemetery.
As if that wasn’t enough, the area is home to one of Norway’s most famous artists, none other than Edvard Munch (if he was your guess, bingo!). By now some time has gone by, and you might have worked up an appetite. Lucky you, we end our Hipstoric Grünerløkka Walk at Mathallen* in the newly established, sustainable neighbourhood of Vulkan (sure to attract foodies and eco-lovers alike). Trust us when we say it’s definitely worth staying for lunch!
Feel the artistic vibrations in the air and prepare for a cultural injection! This is our take on Hipstoric Grünerløkka, what do you think?
Please note: Mathallen is closed on Mondays.
Tour includes: Guide
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Location: Youngstorget, 0181, Oslo, Norway
Participants: Minimum 1, Maximum 16.
Length: 2 hours and 30 minutes
February 01, 10:00 - 12:30
February 08, 10:00 - 12:30
February 15, 10:00 - 12:30
February 22, 10:00 - 12:30
February 29, 10:00 - 12:30