About This Listing
2015 is the year to visit Norway as Norwegian currency has fallen to the lowest in over a decade to the USD, EUR, GBP, CHF and many others due to the rapid drop in oil prices. For once tourists can enjoy "cheap" Norway.
This booking is for one bedroom facing the backyard where you share the rest of the apartment with us and possibly other guests. It's social and fun :)
NOW WITH 2 CITY BIKES INCLUDED. EXPLORE THE CITY WITH EASE.
With over 100 city bike stations downtown Oslo you will be able to park or pick up a bike at your own desire.
Available form 1st April each year
(not available after midnight and during winter months.
The price includes clean sheets, towel, linen, complimentary coffee/tea and fast internet. Feel free to use the kitchen to cook your own breakfast/dinner/supper.
Bedroom with two brand new spring mattres beds (90*200 cm), computer desk with chair, carpet, blackout drapes.
With a walking distance of about 500 meters to the main train station and the busterminal and 100 meters to Grønland subway station this is a great place to stay when you want to explore the city with ease.
Neighbouring streets holds several foodstores, restaurants and bars.
Oslo is small and you will be able to walk to most attractions in less than 30 minutes
Walking distances from the apartment:
100 m, 1 min - Grønland subway station
300 m, 3 min - Aker river
400 m, 5 min - Main bus terminal
600 m, 7 min - Botanical garden
650 m, 8 min - Central train station (Oslo s)
800 m, 9 min - Much museum
900 m, 10 min - Karl Johan street
900 m, 10 min - Opera House
1 km, 12 min - Grunerløkka
1,2 km, 13 min - Tøyenbadet Public Bath
1,4 km, 16 min - Parlament
1,8 km, 20 min - Akershus fortress
1,9 km, 22 min - City hall
1,9 km, 22 min - Royal Palace
2,1 km, 26 min - Aker harbour
3,8 km, 45 min - Sculpture park
Guests will have access to bathroom and kitchen as well as the backyard. Apartment is on 3rd floor meaning two stairs to walk. No elevator.
Be nice :)
Gung and martins place was wonderful, very clean and centrally located. Martin was very kind and helpful and we really enjoyed our stay.
A great apartment in a very living area in Oslo.
Easy to find from Oslo central station, within 5-10 minutes walking. The apartment in itself is very comfortable.
Gung and Martin were very kind, answering all of our queries. Don't miss the opportunity to visit Oslo, riding a bike.
Thank you very much for your kind welcome!
Gung and Martin were warm and friendly, and the room was clean, cute and very comfortable! The location couldn't have been more perfect (very close to the train station and bus hub), and we enjoyed the colorful atmosphere of the neighborhood. Wonderful hosts, recommend to others.
Good location, super close to the central train station. Martin is relaxed, friendly and helpful.
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About the Host, Gung & Martin
We are a couple in the mid 30's who love to travel and to experience new cultures. He is ethnic Norwegian and she is ethnic Thai. We travel mainly to Europe and Asia but as long as there is a boat or plane going there we'll be there sooner or later.
We have now done this for a little while and we're glad to see we become more and more popular here on AirBnB. Still not one single bad experience and when we have guests from different nations together at the same time i really gets lively and interesting. Namaste, Sawatdee khap and Hello to all you world travelers (^_^)
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