My Dear Oslo, Living in the World’s Most Expensive City

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9 Responses

  1. Marie says:

    Great post! Even though Oslo is quite expensive, I still love that city to bits.

  2. Anonymous says:

    This is one of the reasons (beside the climate) I don't visit Noraway, nothwistanding that there are low cost flights to Oslo out of my European home country. I "visit" the majestuous fjords on tv, though!

  3. Television will never do the fjords justice! 😉

  4. I have to say that the information here was the most complete that I found anywhere. I am definitely bookmarking this to come back and read later.

  5. It is expensive but I did love it when I was there..

  6. Oh really it is so expensive,i think very few people can think to go at this place but thanks share this post or give a nice resources through this post..!!

  7. OK, so sitting in a pizza restaurant in the centre of Oslo is not the best place to read this. Happily I knew the prices before I flew from the UK so this just confirms what my wallet is telling me.
    The other good news is my customer is paying me, so it is just about affordable.
    Also be prepared to have cash refused in places, card only is the rule in some shops I have been in.

  8. Fearn pol says:

    Good god Graham you ate a Norwegian pizza, I hope you survived.

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