Somebody said: “I don't know if Oslo is a city with forest, or a forest with houses”. We'll go by train to Maridalsvannet and then follow the river Akerselva down into the city. On the way we'll see beautiful natural areas and parks, and people relaxing there. Afterwards the traces of the industrial revolution, and the new transformation of the city. You'll also discover underground art, the lively neighborhood of Grünerløkka, a self-governed art house, the old wooden houses of Dramsdredet, the cosmopolitan area of Grønland, and finally the amazing building of the Opera House.
I used to be Physical Education teacher, but my fascination for traveling made me enter little by little in the tourism world. I work as a tourist guide since 14 years ago, first in Argentina, from my north birth place to the mythic Patagonia. Then I open my horizons to Chile and Bolivia. Years later I've worked a few seasons in the south of Africa, and finally I've arrived to this beautiful country, Norway, wich I've adopted as my second home. Full profile ⋅ Leave a Review
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