Two Champions on the streets 🎻🎸

Oslo, Norway the city of Love & Karl Johans Gate, the street where all fun lovers love to be..

And it’s not just about fun, it’s also about it’s history. This main & the most happening street of the city of Oslo, was named in the honor of King Charles III John who was also the King of Sweden during his time.

The street starts from Oslo Central station and as you walk ahead near Oslo Cathedral’s lower end you cross the Bazaar Market, which is integrated with the historic Fire Watch that served as Oslo’s main fire station from 1860 until 1939. The walk is inviting as the street stretches up to the Norwegian Royal Palace passing through historical landmarks like the Parliament, National Theatre, the old University Buildings, beautiful parks with flowers, fountains & so much more. And finally you reach the Palace, the beautiful Palace Park and the pond which serves as a skating rink in winter.

There are celebrations galore throughout the day & evening on this most visited street of Oslo with music, dance & much more..

And there among the fun & frolic, spotted these two champions. The awesome music duo.

But more about these two talented musicians later. For now let’s go around a bit..


While visiting Oslo it’s best to stay in & around Karl Johans Gate, as most of the action is here. You have some very good hotels on this street including Scandic, who have two properties. You also have the choice of restaurants all around to pick & choose from and they are all open till wee hours of morning. All the tourist attractions are also in close proximity & if you love to walk you can explore them all on foot, including the port area from where you would be availing all the boat & cruise rides.

There is more to Oslo, but let’s keep that for some other time. Now it’s time for some music 🎼🎶

Introducing the awesome twosome, with their rendition of some great music from the 60’s-70’s era…Come together by Beatles & Deep Purple. Come let’s enjoy 🎸🎻

Right here on Karl Johans Gate..

Oslo – you would love to fall in love ♥️


31 Comments Add yours

  1. Amrita says:

    Such interesting Read…. You make the plce go live with your description!!! Looking forward to read more of your travelogues!

  2. Aritro says:

    The two champs are really awesome! Want more of this 😁😁

  3. R S Tanwar says:

    What A site !!
    Simpleee amazing for a traveler
    One loved what ever one read and saw


  4. Sudhir Malhotra says:

    Complete guide to Oslo.Keep going.

    1. Ashok says:

      V informative, interesting and useful info…👍

  5. Om Prakash says:


  6. Arka says:

    Very nice, the pictures and web design are also really good 🙂

  7. debibhattacharya says:

    Truly Champions

  8. Sara Welch says:

    I didn’t realize there was so much to do in Oslo! Seems like a lively city!

    1. travelwisesr says:

      Very lively Sara.And you can enjoy till wee hours of morning.

  9. Oslo sounds like it has something for everyone; what a fun place to vacation!

    1. travelwisesr says:

      Yes variety in plenty.Oslo is very special.

  10. Martijn. S says:

    Wow you went to MussikFest! Thanks for sharing those photos.. Oslo must have been a wild time for you!

    1. travelwisesr says:

      Yes Martijn I really went wild.Not even wanting to sleep in the night 😀

  11. cinny says:

    Oslo is a one of those places on my bucket list of to travel to! Norway is beautiful from what my friend has told me.

    1. travelwisesr says:

      Yes you must visit Cinny.This country is truly God’s magic creation.

  12. I love the music! You can’t go wrong with 60’s/70’s era music. I need to take a tirp to Oslo as it sounds like it has a lot to offer.

  13. Porsha carr says:

    Oslo sounds like the place to be! Per usual very awesome job

    1. travelwisesr says:

      Thanks so much Porsha. Oslo is truly amazing

  14. Emily Fata says:

    Wow, Oslo looks like such an amazing place to travel to! I would love to explore Norway and see some live performances there.

    1. travelwisesr says:

      Please do Emily.You will surely freak out.This place is just awesome.One of it’s own.

  15. jaye shields says:

    I love that Europe and Oslo always have live music going on, and quite often free music on the streets!

    1. travelwisesr says:

      Yes it’s so wonderful.I didn’t feel like sleeping only just spinning around listening to the music from some awesome performers

  16. Theresa says:

    I love to visit cities that are rich in history. The festivals look like so much fun. That’s nice to know that they have restaurants that are open late. I found that many European cities that I have been to usually don’t stay open past 9pm or so, making it quite difficult to find a meal if you’ve been exploring the city all day and didn’t have time to stop for a bite.

    1. travelwisesr says:

      Theresa this place is so different. Specially in the city centre where we stayed Central Oslo.You have the place packed till very late People eating, music & just chilling it out.Awesome.

  17. I love finding live music like this. We don’t have it in our area.

    1. travelwisesr says:

      And these musicians were so very good that I wished that they continued playing and playing and playing 😊

  18. Beeb Ashcroft says:

    I would love to visit a place like this! All those celebrations make it sound like my kind of spot!

    1. travelwisesr says:

      Yes Joanna.Awesome place.Make it your spot soon 😊

  19. emman damian says:

    It’s so cool that you watched a concert on Oslo. It’s one of my favorite cities in the world!

    1. travelwisesr says:

      It became mine too Emman.The music & celebrations all around was so heartening that I spent till very late in the night listening to some awesome musicians on the streets in addition to the concerts.

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