Oslo offers a multitude of shopping opportunities. First-class department stores close to Hotel Continental include Paleet, Eger, Steen & Strøm, GlasMagasinet and Vikaterrassen. Right off Karl Johans Gate, you also find Oslo's leading fashion district PROMENADEN.
The city has two bustling shopping streets in easy walking distance. Karl Johans gate, which has been pedestrianised, offers everything from well-known chains to more exclusive brands such as Louis Vuitton, Gucci and Hermès. Bogstadveien is known for its restaurants and a variety of shops offering designer goods, clothes and interior design.
Promenaden Fashion District is Norway’s epicenter of luxury, fashion, and lifestyle - a place worth visiting. This unique district is situated in the heart of historical Oslo, close to famous tourist attractions such as Akershus Festning and the city’s finest culinary experiences. It is home to the world’s leading luxury and contemporary brands such as Hermès, Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Acne Studios, Isabel Marant and Ganni. The district also covers multi-brand fashion department stores like Høyer at Eger Shopping Gallery and Steen & Strøm.
Fine jeweler Langaard is one of Hotel Continental's nearest neighbours. Here you will find beautiful gemstones and fine jewelry that you will not find anywhere else. Two generations of the Langaard family travel the world looking for the most spectacular diamonds, and work with a dedicated and experienced team to give the customers the best possible experience. In addition to their own handmade jewelry, Langaard exclusively offer a selection from Pomellato, Roberto Coin and Shamballa. The workshop above the boutique also offer repairs at short notice by request.
Aker Brygge, one of Oslo’s most popular attractions is just a short stroll from Hotel Continental. This car-free quarter offers a rich variety of experiences and accommodates a variety of shops and restaurants. A former shipyard, Aker Brygge has attracted great international attention and awards – including the prestigious Difa prize for the best urban development project. More than six million visits to Aker Brygge are recorded annually.
A dynamic and multicultural environment has developed in this district, where you can find small galleries and exhibitions, designer shops, booksellers and a diverse range of cuisines. Vulkan has been called a “mini-city in the city” and presents a blend of culture and creative business, with schools, hotels, Oslo’s first food hall, restaurants and interesting residents. The diversity and composition of these different players help to make Vulkan an exciting place.
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