With charming wooden houses, a great ice cream parlor and a very nice beach, Drøbak is a great place to visit - especially in the summer.
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We stayed in Oslo, bought a two day bus ticket which allowed us to travel to Drobak, approximately 60 minutes drive from Oslo. Good scenic road. Town centre small, not many shops. Main attraction is the Christmas shop (Julehuset) next to library. Mostly handmade items...More
This is a small village south of Oslo, easy to reach by ferry or (as I did) with the bus 500 (or 500E). You get nice views of the Oslo fjord, with some interesting features like the cemetery around the church and the statue of...More
A good expedition from Oslo if you want to see Norway on a smaller scale. A scenic boat trip brings you to this fjord side town full of charm and quirky corners. Some lovely walks and good scenery. To make the most of the day,...More
I spent some time here and it was so peaceful and pleasant. I wish I had time to send here during Christmas
The best way to get there is to arrive by the sea. The ferry from Oslo, Aker brygge, will takes you there in about 1 1/2 hours time. On a sunny and warm summerday the trip is a perfect ride and you get a lovely...More
We took the ferry (B21 i think) from Akker Brygge in Oslo. Its about an hour and a half ride and we were thrilled by how beautiful it was. The ride alone was worth it to see charming tiny homes and fishing villages that dot...More
Christmas shop was disappointing but the town is charming. Be sure to visit the shop that custom makes the Norwegian folk costumes (just off the town square).
Charming village full of history , from Einstein staying & sitting on a bench to watch the Northern Lights to Start of World War 2 in Norway ( strategic point) . To Christmas & Christmas shop full of shiny ornaments.