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We like a few beers but nothing too mad, just wanted to ask if there's anywhere we should avoid at night? Read in one guide book that there can be high levels of drunken violence so would be keen to avoid! I do not think Oslo is more violent than other big cities. Unless you stay out until the very small hours, I think you should be perfectly safe. Use your common sense and do not get too drunk yourself. Do not get overdrunk and do not get involved in arguments with drunk young men.
A group of 3 adult men has no reason to worry. I'm sure Oslo is no worse than anywhere else, just picking up on something I read. Everywhere else seems to suggest it's a friendly place, even at night. I am planning to catch an overnite train to Bergen at What can I do that is near to the train stations? What time of the year will you be travelling? In summer June-July there will be daylight until You can do sightseeing until catching your train.
Akershus Fortress, open till , and the Opera Roof, open 24h, are nearby attractions. According to the current time table, valid until Please note that we use the 24h clock in Norway. This shopping links to the train station, right? Oslo City shopping centre and the adjacent Byporten open till 9 both links to the train station.
Sorry you had no luck with the prostitutes. Most go to Oslo for other reasons. Giving Danielle the benefit of the doubt I assume she means she was disgusted to find both prostitutes and beggars in the city. I am surprised that a resident of Liverpool, the crack capital of UK, would find find Oslo a big problem in this respect.
It is unfortunate that most EU cities have a problem with begging in the streets and the richer cities are particularly exposed - a consequence of huge differences in wealth across the EU. Begging is legal in Norway , but not aggressive begging and I haven't experienced any cups rattled under my nose or being hounded.