Imagine a river, surrounded by old industrial buildings and parklands. Walking down the street in a colorful residential area you stumble across a giant chandelier, around the corner hides old wooden houses from the 1800s and facades covered in street art. This is Hipster Oslo, also known as Grünerløkka.
As if that wasn’t enough the area is home to one of Norway’s most famous artists, none other than Edvard Munch. Feel the artistic vibrations in the air and prepare for a cultural injection!