On this walking tour of Oslo you’ll be introduced to the unique flavors of the deep valleys and the remote fishing villages as you taste regional specialties. Visit out-of-the-way places, see historical sites, and taste locally made beers as well.
What to Expect
Norway is a country of diverse geographical zones, with an extensive coastline and mountainous terrain, all of which have influenced the foods of Oslo.
On this 4-hour food walking tour your guide will introduce you to the uniquely fresh flavors of the north while guiding you through some of the most interesting historical areas of the city.
You’ll begin in the harbor area, where you’ll visit the most traditional restaurant in town, decorated as an old-fashioned fishing hut. Sample a plate of foods representative of the whole country!
The micro-brewing scene in Oslo is flourishing and you’ll visit the most centrally located venue. Try locally made beers and see the smallest brewery in the city.
Continue your walk through the old town, and up a winding road that takes you out of the city, stopping on the way for a gourmet chocolate, a staple of the traditional Norwegian Sunday hike.
Follow the river and you’ll end up at the new market hall, where you’ll have the opportunity to try the best in local cheeses and delicacies from local shops.
- All tastings
- Knowledgeable guide
What's Not Included
- Extra drinks (can be purchased along the way)
Know Before You Go
• Tours operate in all weather conditions, so be sure to wear weather-appropriate clothing and good shoes
• The tour is not suitable for wheelchairs as there are hilly parts to the route
• Vegetarian meals can be arranged, but only if this requirement is clearly stated in advance