A walk along Oslo’s new harbour promenade is an urban adventure unlike any other: Soothing nature on one hand, world-class architecture, culture and food on the other. It was unimaginable only a few years ago: To be able to walk along the Oslo harbour for almost 10 kilometres, with no interruptions. But now, shipyards, containers and heavy traffic have given way to pedestrian walkways, parks and comfy benches, and Oslo’s scenic harbour promenade is very much a reality. The route ties together old and new parts of the city in a beautiful manner, with a plethora of experiences, big and small, to be enjoyed along the way.
Orange towers show the way
The harbour promenade is beautiful all year round, whether it is bathing in summer sun or covered in autumn leaves or a blanket of light snow. You can start at whichever end you’d like. Large orange information towers are set up at regular intervals along the whole promenade, to make sure you find your way.