Eger Karl Johan—Norway's largest collection of exclusive brands under one roof is located at Egertorget on Karl Johans gate in the center of Oslo.
Oslo City shopping center—Opened in 1988, it is Norway's most visited shopping center, with over 90 different shops and restaurants on five floors. It is located downtown, right across the street from Oslo Central Station.
Aker Brygge shopping—Billed as Oslo's no. 1 destination for shopping, dining, and entertainment. Aker Brygge is not a mainstream shopping mall but more like a small city, with over 60 stores and 35 restaurants.
Byporten shopping—A shopping center with 73 shops and 13 restaurants/cafés, located right next to Oslo Central Station, Byporten shopping offers shops that you don't find in other places, including small, exotic shops and interesting speciality stores, as well as Norway's biggest Egon Restaurant and a Scandic Hotel.
Karl_Johans_Gate—The main street of Oslo, the street was named in honor of King Charles III John, who was also King of Sweden as Charles XIV John. Karl Johans Gate is a composite of several older streets that used to be separate thoroughfares. The street includes many of Oslo's tourist attractions: the Royal Palace, Central Station, Stortinget, the National Theatre, the old University Buildings, the Palace Park, and the pond ("Spikersuppa") at Eidsvolls plass that serves as a skating rink in winter.
Glasmagasinet—One of Norway's oldest and most famous department stores, it has a wide selection of glass, crystal, cosmetics, and many small gift shops plus 24 fashion stores, interior articles, and the nation's largest kitchenware department.