- it's all up to you...
Do you want to experience a walk in the Norwegian forest? To see the beautiful nature, visit a cottage with freshly baked food, and search for the Norwegian trolls?
Or is it more exciting with a street-art walk in a non-turistical part our city? To see the difference between the east and the west?
It's also nice to go crazy among our museums, f. ex visit four of them at the peninsula Bygdøy? Here you find the Norwegian Heritage museum, the Vikingship museum, the FRAM museum and the Kontiki museum. And maybe combine this with at lunch at the little island, with the shortest ferry-trip in Norway?
Or what about a ghost-walk in the old city???
It's all up to you! ;-)
This tour is customized to your wishes, so the itinerary can be almost everyting, but the following descriptions tells you a little more of the tours I have suggested:
A walk in the forest is a very autentic experience, because this is how we often spend our sparetime in Norway. We can walk on foot, go by bicycle or cross county skis. I'll tell you about the nature an our fairytales while we enjoy some food outside or at one of our cottages.
The streetart walk is quite new, because until recently we have had zero tolerance politics towards tagging, grafitti and outdoor wall paintings in Oslo. But, now they have opened up, and the tour will give you another perspective of our city, listening to the voices of the street. .
The museum trip is a nice dig into our viking- and polar/adventure history, and a visit to the first open air museum in the world!
The ghost walk takes you into the dark and horrible side of the oldest parts of our city, including the Akershus fortress - suitable for both adults/children
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I will meet you at your hotel, the cruise terminal, the train station or at any other convinient location in the city
End location: Back to your hotel, the cruise terminal or as previously agreed
Duration: 5 hours
The tour can be between 3h and 8h - you choose
The tour is based on public transport, but it's possible to use other vehicles (or only our feet)
Estimated Local Cash Needed
200 NOK - At least you will need a daypass on the public transport I think, but of course this depends on the tour you choose. The price for a daypass in Oslo is 105 NOK per person (remeber that you have to pay for a daypass for the guide too)
In Norway you need a professional driver license to drive guests for payment. My tours are either by public transportation, walking, bicycling or we can hire a car with driver.
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