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The Royal Palace, Oslo

Categories: Castles, Tourist Spots
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Tour the home of the past and present Norwegian royalty at The Royal Palace. Built in 1849 for King Charles III, the neo-classical palace boasts 173 rooms and is the official residence of present Norwegian monarch. Walk through state rooms such as the Council Chamber, Great Hall, and Mirror Hall. Wander the Palace Park grounds that surround the palace, complete with ponds and statues. Watch the traditional changing of the guard that occurs daily. Visit the website to buy your tickets in advance; check the website for hours. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to The Royal Palace by using our Oslo itinerary maker.
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  • A lovely place to walk around. I didn't go in, just walked up to the gate and around the gardens. Well worth a look 
  • Very nice to view the Royal Palace. Disappointing the tours are limited. Great place to take pictures. 
  • בקצהו של הרחוב הראשי קארל ממוקם על גבעה ארמון המלך,נחמד,אדריכלות פשוטה,לא מרשים כמו אחיו באירופה. חדרי הארמון פתוחים בקיץ,אך רק בסיור מודרך. חלופי משמרות נערכים ב-13.30, טקס משעמם. מסביב לארמון משתרע ...  read more »
  • its at the end of the main shopping street. you'll see the soldiers marching here every hour. nice spot for pictures. i dont think you can go inside the palace though.
  • Parken er fantastisk!
  • House of the royal family in Norway. It is open for the public if you buy tickets. Worth seeing the Garden show where they do military post shifts.
  • i rate it 1 star bc it is bad castle, it no look like wat i expected wut is wong with this cuntry.
  • Immaculately maintained and presented. Nice to see the rituals of pomp and circumstance... A locals enjoying the surrounding park.
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