Any legal local products that are not available in Norway should be brought in. Most products and groceries, both local and foreign, are easily available for purchase in Oslo. Clothes, electrical equipment, etc, all have reasonable prices.Top
Any kinds. From large centers like Meny, Centra, Rimi, Rema 1000, Coop, Smart Club etc. to small local shops. The large centers offer a wide range of products from food to daily home products, etc.Top
Cleaning materials can be found at the grocery stores mentioned before. Furniture can be bought at centers like IKEA, Møbelringen, A-Møbler, Maxbo, Smart Club, etc. Electrical equipment and the like, can be found at Elkjøp, Lefdal, Expert and other stores. Oslo has several large centers that offer a wide range of shops with different products.Top
Most centers and large supermarkets are open until 8 p.m. or 9 p.m. Monday to Friday and until 6 p.m. or 8 p.m. on Saturdays. Centers are closed on Sundays. IKEA is open until 11 p.m. Monday through Friday, and until 9 p.m. on Saturday. It can be very crowded and difficult to find parking on busy days like Saturdays, in the afternoon and days before public holidays.
Grocery stores are only allowed to sell beer in Norway. Other alcoholic beverages, such as wine and stronger beverages, are sold at VINMONOPOLET, government-controlled stores. These stores offer a wide range of products. Please note that these shops have different opening hours than other shops, due to strict Norwegian alcohol laws.Top
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