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Taste of Oslo Walking Tour

From US$46.49
Highlights
  • Discover Oslo's best restaurants missed most tourists
  • Get lesser-known insight into the local scene from your guide
  • Try traditional Norwegian foods, including cheese, fish, and waffles
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Taste of Oslo Walking Tour
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2018 13:00pmMost Popular
During 2018 We will be having just 1 tour a day.
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11:00 AM2019
Tour will be available in 2 times on 2019. 11AM & 15.30 PM In case there is not enough clients on one tour, we will accommodate you if its possible at a different tour.
US$46.49
15:30PM2019
Tour will be available in 2 times on 2019. 11AM & 15.30 PM In case there is not enough clients on one tour, we will accommodate you if its possible at a different tour.
US$46.49
Overview
Finding the best quality eats can be tricky in an unfamiliar city; avoid disappointment and take the guesswork out of your visit on this walking tour of Oslo. Uncover locals' favorites and hidden gems as you take walk around the city and sample Oslo's best cheese, fish, meat, and waffles, as well as a few beers and a taste of aquavit. Your guide gives you 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 bunad (traditional Norwegian clothing) shop to learn about Norwegian dress and traditions.

Your tour continues to three or four different stops with food tastings at each, including cheese tasting, fish tasting, 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). As well as walking between stops, you also travel briefly via public transit (ticket included) — a great way to get introduced to the locals' Oslo.

With a full belly (and some insider foodie tips from your guide), your tour concludes in the city center.
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Reviewed 6 days ago
Good, but not great

We booked this tour as a family of 5 (kids ages 10, 8 & 6) traveling with my parents. The food we had was great, but the tour was only okay. There wasn't too much walking and it was broken up with tastings. First, after...More

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Jay O, Resepsjonssjef at The Oslo Tour, responded to this reviewResponded 6 days ago

Hi Dana Family ! I first thank you for being so subjective with the review. We appreciate all type of reviews cause they only help us to get better. We will reply each point you mentioned. 1.-The extra money: I assume you ordered this tour...More

Reviewed 1 week ago
Very strange food tour

We've enjoyed food tours in many cities, but this one was very different. First of, beware, you will be charged an additional 77 dollars per person additional fees when you meet your guide to 'pay for the food tastings'. The guide conveniently meets you in...More

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Jay O, Owner at The Oslo Tour, responded to this reviewResponded 3 days ago

Hi Joyce. Thanks for letting us know your opinion about Oslo Tour. we find a bit sad that you did not like the way the tour is set up. Then tour stops is supposed to be enriching your mind towards Oslo and Norway culture, I...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
A Well-Rounded Experience

We met our host/guide, Jose, at the specified location at precisely the scheduled time, and off we went. Each stop was arranged, and provided some level of diversity from other locations. (Do not eat before embarking on this adventure.) Besides culinary topics and history, numerous...More

1  Thank BalkanCowboy
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Taste of Oslo Walking Tour

A nice way to spend an afternoon in Oslo hearing, seeing and tasting Norwegian specialities and sites. Eddie was a great guide and super knowledgeable. The group size was perfect and we met nice people from different parts of the world. Even got to a...More

Thank Alicepater1
Joselo11, Eier at The Oslo Tour, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Hi Alice :-) We are supper happy Eddie did a wonderfull jobb. He is very one of our best members and it means the world to us that you guys write ths good about him.. Truly, thanks a lot :-) Regarding your suggestion ! We...More

Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Fun time with Eddie

It was a great combination of food, drink and sightseeing. I believe you really get to know a city by its food and its local life, both of which were perfectly introduced thanks to Eddie. He was friendly and helpful and gave me and my...More

Thank Matic C
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Tori T
5 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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2 August 2018|
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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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1 August 2018|
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Hi Tori. When were you thinking of coming to Oslo ? Under high season we have 99% of tours going. In case you need to pay by card we can arrange that, we just need to know on advance. Plus we can else help you find an ATM... More
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