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Oslo Norway Nightlife


Oslo Nightlife Norway - Oslo has one of the most vibrant nightlife of any city in the region that runs well past midnight and into the morning. The city boasts a multitude of cafes, clubs, and restaurants – most of which stay open well past midnight. Theater performances, opera, music is prevalent throughout the city during autumn and winter. The city is also a movie mecca – with 30 screens and 5 large film complexes – this city is a movie-lovers paradise.

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Oslo offers a great deal of free events, so pick up “What’s On in Oslo” from a tourist office – it provides the concerts and theaters as well as all events that are going on, that you won’t want to miss. Don’t forget to visit the Oslo Philharmonic for a musical treat at the Oslo Konserthus.

During the winter, you’ll want to attend one of Oslo’s famous opera or ballets at the Den Norske Opera – or see a play at the Nationaltheatret. However, keep in mind that the plays are in Norwegian. Regardless of your interests or tastes – in Oslo there’s something for everyone.

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The Dubliner
Radhusgata 28
Oslo, Norway
This bar is one of the oldest Irish pubs in Oslo. In a building from 1666, this cozy bar is all Irish – mostly visited by Oslo’s Irish and English population, this bar is very appealing and fun to visit. The food is good as far as pub-food goes, and the Irish music is great – open mike night on Tuesdays offer “jam sessions” that are very fun to watch.

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Summit 21
Holbergsgate 30
Oslo, Norway
This lively bar is on the 21st floor of the Radisson SAS Scandinavia Hotel. The drinks are the best in the area, and the crowd is energetic and fun. This is a very popular bar among both the locals and the tourists. Open until the early morning hours – this is definitely one of Oslo’s nighttime hot-spots.

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Smuget
Rosenkrantzgate 22
Oslo, Norway
This popular emporium in Oslo is populated mostly by the younger crowd, ages 20 to 30 – mostly the cities artists of all types. The nighttime is active here with live music, disco, and a restaurant serving Thai, Chinese, Norwegian, Italian and American food almost around the clock. If looking for a place to have some fun one night, make sure to head over to the Smuget.

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Saktor
Karl Johans Gate 6B
Oslo, Norway
Saktor is one of the most active and vibrant clubs in Oslo and is usually very crowded. The clientele are extremely classy, mostly attractive, and always dressed impressively. Depending what time of the weeks you go, you’ll find younger students during the week when the theme is R&B and the slightly older crowd on the weekends when the music is techno.

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Oslo Konserthus
Munkedamsveien 14
Oslo, Norway
The Oslo Konserthus is the home of the wonderful Oslo Philharmonic. The Philharmonic offers performances from autumn all the way through spring every Thursday and Friday. There is no more unique and special way to experience the nightlife of Oslo than to see an Oslo Philharmonic performance

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National Theater
Johanne Dybwads Plass 1
Oslo, Norway
In August, the opening of this Theater heralds the start of some phenomenal performances. While much of the drama is in Norwegian, a number of Guest companies perform in English. If you are looking for something to do at night in Oslo, and the clubs just aren’t your style, see a play at the National Theater for an experience that you’ll never forget.

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Herr Nilsen
C.J. Hambros Place 5
Oslo, Norway
If you’re looking for a club with a different flavor than the typical techno or R&B beats, this is the club for you. This spot hosts some of the top jazz artists in all of Europe. The music here is nostalgic and relaxing – there are few ways to enjoy the art form of jazz that are quite as lovely as at this location that overlooks courthouse square.

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Galleriet
Kristian IV’s Gate 12
Oslo, Norway
This very large club spans three floors, decorated wonderfully with art from local Norwegian artists. Another live jazz club – this dance club draws a younger crowd. It is by far the largest club in Oslo. There are several bars throughout, including a piano bar. Anyone will be hard pressed to find a spot in this complex that they wouldn’t appreciate. There music and energy here for everyone’s tastes.

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Oslo Interesting Facts

  • Oslo Norway suffered a very dramatic fire in 1624.
  • The city was once named Christiania.
  • In 1300 AD, Oslo Norway had about 3000 inhabitants.
  • The Akershus Fortress in Oslo is over 700 years old.
  • In 2007, Reader’s Digest ranked Oslo as the 2nd greenest city in the world.
  • Oslo has more than 340 lakes within the city bounderies.
  • The Oslo Fjord is over 100 km in lenght.
  • Two Oslo authors were awarded the Nobel Prize in literature.
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