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CHRISTMAS STREET FOOD TOUR

Eat, drink, and be merry on this festive street food tour in Oslo. Explore the city's biggest Christmas market, sample akvavit liquor in a local bar, and visit Akershus Fortress for some sightseeing.
  • 20th November - 30th December
     
  • Operates every day from 15:00
     
  • Duration 2.5 hour
     
  • Meeting point is by Fenaknoken (see map)
     
  • Finish at Jul i Vinterland (see map)
     
  • Maximum capacity is 20 people
     
  • Minimum of 2 participants is required (in group)
     
  • Price is 1200 NOK per person
     
  • Please contact us for private option (flexible days and times)
DESCRIPTION:

Sample traditional seasonal Norwegian food and drinks on this walking tour in Oslo. Try hotdogs and candies in the city's largest Christmas market, sip on traditional akvavit in the harbor, and explore Oslo's most iconic landmarks, including City Hall and Parliament.

 

Start your tour in a gourmet food store for a guided tasting session of local produce. Continue to Akershus Fortress where you can enjoy panoramic views of the city and learn about Oslo's ghostly past. Next, head to the only akvavit bar in town on Oslo's Harbour Promenade to sample a specially brewed Christmas akvavit (a Scandinavian liquor).

 

Continue your tour with some sightseeing. See City Hall, Parliament, and the Royal Palace before heading to Oslo's largest Christmas Market, Jul i Vinterland. Here, savour Christmas candies, non-alcoholic gløgg, and an extra-large hotdog. Listen to stories of Norway's Christmas history as you eat.

 

Finish the tour in one of Oslo's best craft beer venues for a glass of Christmas beer.

PRICE INCLUDES:
Norwegian food samples; akevitt; Christmas hot dog; non-alcoholic gløgg; christmas sweets samples; Christmas beer.

 

IMPORTANT:

  • This tour is offered in ENGLISH

  • Minimum of 2 paying customers is required. If this condition is not fulfilled, you will be offered with a full refund or an alternative.

 

OUR TIPS:

The meeting point is outside the main entrance to Oslo Central Station (right by the Østbanehallen).

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