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Karl Johans gate, Oslo

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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At Karl Johans gate, walk down Oslo's main street while passing by some of the city's most popular tourist attractions. Named after King Charles III John upon his death, the street was once multiple roads that have now merged into one, leading you from from Oslo Central Station all the way to the Royal Palace. Along the way, stop by the National Theatre, the Palace Park, the Oslo Cathedral, the Bazaar Market, and the historic Fire Watch building, which served as the city's central fire station from 1860 to 1939. Shop or eat at one of the many restaurants and boutiques that line the street. Our Oslo vacation builder makes visiting Karl Johans gate and other Oslo attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Cozy and just wander around, a lot of nice things and look at and short distance to shops and restaurants in the immediate vicinity, a must if you are on holiday in Oslo
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  • Very nice Street stretch in the middle of the street green corridors in addition to a number of fountains Street is very beautiful and has many restaurants, cafes and runs between the Royal Palace to a commercial area was lodging at the Grand Hotel in the middle of the street.
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  • Karl Johans gate (Karl Johans gate) is the central street of Oslo, connecting Oslo central station and the Royal Palace, or vice versa. Contains the Parliament building, the Grand Hotel, the National Theatre (through the Park), University. Pedestrian street, go through it can be 10-15 minutes. Special delights I haven't experienced and say here I would like to come back for more, I can't. From what I've seen in Oslo, and really liked it is Fram Museum. Tour suggestions in Oslo was a complement to the Norwegian fjords trip to get to know the culture of Norway, and no more.
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