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Walking tour #1 including sauna, lunch and entrance to the MUNCH museum!

Ettől: Thursday, 21/07/2022 - 13:00 Eddig: Thursday, 21/07/2022 - 20:00 Közép-európai idő (Central European Time, CET)

Explore a multicultural and urban part of Oslo together with us in USE-IT Oslo! Let us guide you from the newest additions to our city center, through the first settlements. With a stop at the sauna, then a dip in the ocean and some new nordic food to end the tour.

Local’s Osloites from the USE-IT Oslo team will be your guides at this tour. USE-IT stands for no-nonsense tourist information for young people. USE-IT maps are made by locals, are non commercial, free and up-to-date. This walk is inspired by the content in the USE-IT Oslo map with the purpose of getting to know Oslo from a locals perspective.

Included in this walk:
- A local guide
- Lunch
- Ticket to the MUNCH museum
- Entrance to the sauna with drinks
- Dinner at a local restaurant

What to bring:
- Swimsuit
- Towel

Did you know that Oslos nickname is “the city of tigers”? On this walk we will let you know why! After lunch we will start the walk by the most common meeting point for locals; the bronze tiger, by the central station. As we continue towards the newest additions to the city center, we will reveal how the locals use the Opera House, and what we really think about the new MUNCH museum.

Our most famous painter, Edvard Munch, got a new home in 2021, when the MUNCH museum moved to Bjørvika. We think the building most resembles a crash barrier, but inside you’ll find thirteen floors of art and culture, including a rotating show of different versions of The Scream. We will take you to our favourite parts of the museum.

You might think that it's the most natural thing for Norwegians to go ice bathing and visit the sauna, but that’s the Finns. The Finnish sauna culture has hit Oslo hard, and now you can find out why! Remember to bring your swimsuit! Yes, you heard us right: swimsuit. No one is naked in a Norwegian sauna.

Next up is a walk through the oldest parts of Oslo, we will walk through the Medieval park, where you can still see the remains of some of the first settlements in Oslo that appeared around AD 1,000.

The last areas we will visit are also the most special, real and authentic. The Old Town has not yet been gentrified and has a lot of great local stores and bars. And Kampen consists of small and beautiful wooden houses.

We will end the walk with dinner at Grådi, which has a great menu with food made from local products.

This walking your will happen three times during the summer, and you're welcome to sign up to whichever one you'd like:
21.07.2022, 01:00 PM to 08:00 PM
04.08.2022, 01:00 PM to 08:00 PM
18.08.2022, 01:00 PM to 08:00 PM

We have space for 10 people each time, so be quick to sign up!

Sign up here

Meetup information

Helyszín: UngInfo, Oslo, Norvégia

Topic: Culture & cultural heritage

Honlap: Norwegian national agency