The port of Pipervika lies at the innermost point of Oslo's fjord, where it was established under the shelter and protection of the Akerhus fortress eastward. On the other shore, bars and sidewalk cafés sprawl along Aker Brygge's wharves while fishermen offer customers shrimp and other fried food. The old warehouses have been refurbished into an ultra-modern complex that is both shopping gallery and recreational centre.
Nearby tourist attractions
Aker Brygge is one of the liveliest
Its two tall red-brick towers are
Built by Hakon V c 1300 with a feudal
Karl-Johans Gate was cut in 1840 from
This museum was inaugurated in 1983 and
In addition to the ethnography