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Taste of Oslo Walking Tour

From US$145,38
Highlights
  • Discover Oslo's best restaurants missed by most tourists
  • Get lesser-known insight into the local food scene from your guide
  • Try traditional Norwegian foods, including cheese, fish, and waffles
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Taste of Oslo Walking Tour
From US$145,38
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2018 13:00pmMost Popular
Tours in 2019 Will be starting at 13:00.
US$145,38
2019 Low Sep-Dec
1th deposit of your Taste Of Oslo. You might have to pay a 2th part in order to get all the tastings, read your voucher.
US$145,38
High2019 Mars 12- Aug 30
1th Deposit of your Taste Of Oslo. The 2th amount must be payed once meeting the guide.
US$155,98
Overview
Finding the best quality eats can be tricky in an unfamiliar city; avoid disappointment and eliminate the guesswork on this walking tour of Oslo. Uncover local favorites and hidden gems as you stroll the city to sample Oslo's best cheese, fish, meat, and waffles, along with a few beers and aquavit. Your guide provides insight into local food culture and can offer insider tips for where to continue afterward.
What to Expect
Meet your guide and the rest of your group in downtown Oslo. Before embarking upon your tasting tour, there's time for a visit to a traditional Norwegian clothing (bunad) shop to learn about Norwegian apparel and traditions.

Your tour continues to three or four different stops, tasting food at each, including cheese, fish, and a traditional waffle-and-brown-cheese dessert at a small coffee shop. You also have the opportunity to sample some local Norwegian beers at a cozy bar, as well as a taste of aquavit, a strong, flavored Scandinavian spirit. In addition to walking between stops, you also travel briefly via public transit (ticket included)—a great way to get introduced to the Oslo locals know.

With a full belly (and some insider foodie tips from your guide), your tour concludes in the city center.
Reviews (70)
1 - 5 of 34 reviews
Reviewed 6 days ago
Laid back walking tour with great food and host

I was traveling solo and wanted to do something that would force me to be a little social and see parts of Oslo I wouldn't have. This tour was perfect. The food choices were great (although I was stuffed by the 2nd charcuterie round). I...More

Thank Niki G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Friendly Welcome

I was traveling alone in Oslo and wanted both the opportunity to be with a group, and take care of sampling some basics of Norwegian cuisine. The tour met both of those expectations, and Ivana was a very welcoming guide.

Thank changeslattitudes
AnnaMolly23, Kundeansvarlig at The Oslo Tour, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Thank you for your kind words! I remember your group as wonderful and full of interesting people and energy! I hope you're enjoying your vacation and I wish you safe travels back home! Your guide, Ivana

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Great way to spend an afternoon

My daughter and I spent a delightful afternoon touring and eating our way through Oslo. Elisa our guide was very pleasant and knowledgeable. Her appreciation of the city was evident and gave us a better understanding of Oslo and Norwegian culture.

Thank DayTrip817497
AnnaMolly23, Guest Relations Manager at The Oslo Tour, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Thank you for such a nice review! We are glad that you enjoyed your time with us! We will pass your words onto Elise! She is one of our best guides and we are lucky to have her!!!

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Fun in the Rain

We really enjoyed this tour. There was a good variety of Norwegian foods served at a good variety of locations. The portions at the first stop were exceptionally large. The walk between stops was long enough and not too long (even though it was raining)...More

Thank Kathryn H
AnnaMolly23, Kundeansvarlig at The Oslo Tour, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Dear Kathryn, thank you so much for your kind words! I really enjoyed your company, in both of the tours! I hope you're having fun on the cruise! Give my best to Richard and have save travels! Your guide, Ivana

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Outstanding!

My husband and I did the walking tour with Ivana. She was a great tour guide, and we really enjoyed her company. The food and the history along with the tour was outstanding! I highly suggest people do this tour, especially if you’re coming from...More

1  Thank Tori T
AnnaMolly23, Kundeansvarlig at The Oslo Tour, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Dear Tori! Thank you for your kind review! I'm so glad you found the time to join and enjoy our tour! I sure did have a fun time with both of you! Hope you had good time during the rest of your trip! Your guide,...More

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Николай Н
6 September 2018|
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Response from Cathy R | Reviewed this property |
Yes it is. Tour takes 4 hours with stops along the way. There are steep hills as well.
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Tori T
4 August 2018|
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Response from Jay O | Property representative |
I know.. when you mention that I was else confuse. No, in case you do not have internet, you can use any phone in Oslo at an shop they can call us in case you need some emergency. Other then it it's all fine. We know... More
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Tori T
1 August 2018|
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Response from Jay O | Property representative |
Hi Tori.  Is not difficult at all.Plus our starting point is very well know so anyone can help yu find the place. How many people is on your group, perhaps we could get you guys there.
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