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Shopping in can be a satisfying experience as the city presents the best high-end brands from all over the world. It also offers the best Scandinavian and Nordic articles, which you won't find anywhere else.
The city has many shopping malls, departmental stores, shopping galleries and markets. Many shopping places are located near the top sightseeing places. The shops in Oslo open at around 10:00 in the morning and close early at night. However, most shops remain closed on Sundays.
Given below is a list of the most popular shopping destinations in Oslo to help you organise your shopping spree better.
Paleet is the most elegant shopping centre with several floors with a glass lift. The mall consists of over 40 shops that offer a massive variety of brands and products. Located in Karl Johans gate, this mall includes cafes, bars and over 10 restaurants serving food from around the world.
Address: Karl Johans gate 37-43, 0162 Oslo, Norway
Bogstadveien is a famous shopping street in Oslo where you will find about 300 shops selling various products besides restaurants and entertainment destinations. The Bogstadveien is the most prominent shopping street that stretches from Majorstuen to the Hegdehaugen neighbourhood. The road is very crowded and busy at Framer's market, held on weekends.
Address: Bogstadveien 27B, 4th floor 0355 Oslo, Norway
Steen & Strøm Department Store is located in Nedre Slottsgate and is one of the most popular shopping destinations in Oslo. Several high-end brands like Gucci, Hermès, Hugo Boss, Ralph Lauren, Georg Jensen etc. have their stores here. Apart from fashion, you will also find toys, wines, jewellery, and food over here. The basement of the store offers several dining options.
Address: Nedre Slottsgate 8, 0157 Oslo, Norway
Located adjacent to the Oslo Central Station, the Byporten Shopping Mall is a place where you can get everything from books and toys to clothing and shoes. The shopping complex includes over 60 shops and 10 restaurants. The most prominent restaurants in Norway, the Egon Restaurant and the Scandic Hotel Byporten, are located in this mall.
Address: Jernbanetorget 6, N-0154 Oslo, Norway
Oslo City Shopping Centre lies in the heart of the city and presents a wide range of things for you, from clothes, electronics, cosmetics, jewellery, etc. The shopping complex comprises over 90 shops and restaurants spread across five floors. The shopping centre also offers services like tailoring, hairdressing, medical facilities, cash point and much more.
Address: Stenersgaten 1, Box 77, 0050 Oslo, Norway
Aker Brygge is a neighbourhood in central Oslo popular for shopping and dining. You will find the latest fashion products and designs. The area has over 30 stores selling watches, shoes, grocery items, books, jewellery and much more. It also consists of more than 30 bars and restaurants.
Address: Bryggegata 9, 0250 Oslo, Norway
GlasMagasinet is the oldest shopping place in Oslo, which dates back to the nineteenth century. It has several big-brand shops selling glassware, crockery, gift items, flowers, cosmetics, fragrances, jewellery etc. The shopping complex also has two cafés.
Address: Stortorvet 9, 0155 Oslo, Norway
Grønland means Greenland is a shopping mall selling fruits and vegetables, local and international produce, meat, clothes, shoes, accessories, furniture and many more.
Address: Tøyengata 2, 0190 Oslo, Norway
One of the oldest interior design stores, Norway Designs offers Nordic and international design products. Here you will find things like ceramics, silver jewellery, paper products, glass articles, utensils, books, furniture, textiles and decorative products. They also organise exhibitions throughout the year.
Address: Stortingsgt. 28, 0161 Oslo, Norway
Storo Storsenter is the biggest shopping centre, with over 120 shops, restaurants, and cafes. It includes various shops selling clothing, accessories, sports equipment and many more items. Storo is a major metro, bus and tram hub just 15 minutes from the city centre.
Address: Storo Storsenter, Vitaminveien 7-9, 0485 Oslo, Norway
CC Vest is the largest shopping centre at Lilleaker in Oslo. It contains over 75 outlets selling various products. CC Vest comprises cafes, fitness centres, a post office and health and wellness centres.
Address: Lilleakerveien 16, 0283 Oslo, Norway
Owned by real estate developer Olav Thon, the Gunerius Shoppingsenter (or simply Gunerius) is a spacious shopping centre located in the heart of Oslo between Greenland and Jernbanetorget. This place has 30 stores spread across an area of 9,500 sq.m on three floors and is one of the most visited shopping centres in Oslo.
Address: Gunerius, Storgata 32, 0184 Oslo, Norway
Tveita Senter shopping mall is situated at Tveit, on the border between the Alna and Østensjø boroughs. The shopping centre comprises over 70 stores, including banks, pharmacies, postal office, and grocery stores. The second floor has many clothing stores.
Address: Tvetenveien 150, 0671 Oslo, Norway