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Seaside village and resort in the Oslo Fjord; art galleries, museums.
As featured in 3 Days in Oslo
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Drobak, Oslo 1440, Norway
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+47 451 64 521
Ways to Experience Drobak
from US$885.60
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

This village is known to be birthplace of Santa Claus,there is santa post office,a gift shop n aquarium.Santa claus cousin can be meet in the post office up to 2 pm.very nice person, warn n welcoming.

Thank HemaSanghani
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

On a sunny day this nice village is well worth the time to get there. Nice walks in narrow streets with old rustic brightly colored houses, great restaurants, galleries, and even a very nice beach.

Thank William J
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This town is visually attractive with buildings subject to strict conservation regulations. The timber structures are a visual treat and it a pleasure to stroll around. There are also excellent walks by the shore of the Fjord. Personally I did not think much of the...More

Thank DLFD
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We went to Drobak by boat in June. It was warm and sunny and the boat trip was pleasant. Be warned, there are two boats; one that makes 5 stopps and one thats makes 13 stops. In addition the dont go that often in the...More

Thank RonFraser
Reviewed 5 June 2018

It was a 1 hour bus ride to this little town, but not especially picturesque... There were as many hair salons as there are restaurants. The Christmas store was nice and I found some unique ornaments to bring back as gifts. Overall not a terrible...More

Thank LayneFick
Reviewed 28 May 2018

In the winter, it's like walking in a Dickens novel with a clear high point at Christmas season. It's also amazing in the summer time.

Thank 2017khb
Reviewed 26 May 2018

During summer get the ferry early in the morning , stop at Oscarsborg (special place as well) afterwards make your way to Drøbak and just walk around and have lunch somewhere, magic! Don't forget he Christmas shop, it is called the town of Santa Claus...More

1  Thank chantalspit
Reviewed 24 May 2018

one of the most beautiful quiet, peacful and nice cities I have visited. a nice summer place but I still love it at this time of year since it is so peacful and quiet many palces to see around and few activities to a neibouring...More

Thank LUV2FLY747
Reviewed 22 April 2018 via mobile

I live 30km away from this place. I am not Norwegian and therefore not biased in any way. This is the kind of place you imagine when you think of Norway. Magical town with sweet little colourfull wooden houses. True scandinavian atmosphere. Magical in summer,...More

Thank MatijaTatomirovic
Reviewed 1 March 2018

Drøbak is a very cozy small town half way (almost) out the Oslo fjord. Excellent place to visit during the summer season and I highly recommend taking the scheduled boats from Rådhuskaia / Aker brygge. In addition to nice trip on the fjord you can...More

2  Thank Erlend F
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Response from cameragirl555 | Reviewed this property |
I can only speak from my experience. I also have ancestors from Norway and wanted to see where they were from. I first visited in 2007 and fell in love with the whole country. Now we go back almost every year. When... More
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Response from Alf Morten G | Reviewed this property |
Yes. Shops are open monday to saturday
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