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https://www.rudderlesstravel.com/things-to-see-in-oslo/

When translated into English, Oslo means expensive.
I kid, I kid, but seriously Oslo is expensive. On the night we arrived, we wanted a place to sit and review our big ‘What To See In Oslo, Norway’ list. We stumbled across this cute little pizzeria beside Oslo Cathedral called Cafe Cathedral. 
One pizza, one beer and a shot of the local drink called Aquavit (more on that later) ran us about 420 Norway Crowns which in Canadian dollars is approximately $70.00.
The 24 pass is perfect for one day in Oslo; the 48 pass is ideal for 2 days in Oslo while the 72-hour pass is excellent for 3 days in Oslo. Each version gives you access to all the museums, all transportation and 10 to 20 percent off selected stores and restaurants.

Christopher Rudder

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