“During July we exchanged our house with a family of Oslo. The stay was pleasant and without any problems. His house is located in a residential district of the city, quiet and spectacular views. The deal with the family was successful and our stay enjoyable.”
Shirin's reviewsAs a host (5)
“We have discovered Norway thanks to this exchange with Shirin. The country is wonderful, the house is very nice and comfortable with an incredible view on Oslo. It is also very well located, near the city center where you can go walking, by bus or tram. Shirin is a very nice person, she and her family have taken good care of our house. I really recommend you to discover this amazing country! Nadège”
“We spend 15 days in this wonderful and highly comfortable place. Well communicated to Oslo centre and in a very nice peaceful surrounding. We appreciate the smooth and friendly communication with Shirin. We strongly recommend this contact.”
“La maison est pleine de lumière, spacieuse avec une vue magnifique sur la ville d'Oslo. Nous avons été très bien accueilli. Le prêt des vélos et l'utilisation des transports en commun nous ont suffi à profiter pleinement de notre séjour. Le temps et les températures étaient en plus au rendez-vous. Merci à Shirin et à toute sa famille pour ce fabuleux échange.”
“The house is very comfortable and full of light in the evening, with a fantastic view. It was a perfect accommodation after visiting Oslo a day long. The house is suitable for a family with children: our 6-year daughter had the chance to play with the toys, and the terrace is agreable for the family when the sun shines. Shirin and Anders are very helpful to fine good ideas for visiting and we could go to places we had never thought (Grunerlokka, Akker Brygge...). The communication was easy and quick with Shirin, and we recommand a swap for people who want to discover the town. Shirin and her family took good care of our house. A very good experience in Oslo, and great memories.”
Where is it?
Charming neighbourhood of small wooden houses and low appartment buildings.
Immediately above our house, less than hundred meters walking, you can enter the Ekeberg woods, with the newly opened Sculpture park (http://ekebergparken.com/en ). The Ekeberg woods also offers great walking paths, panorama views over the Oslo fjord, a nice restaurant and several cafes, an open farm with several kinds of animals and horseback riding for children.
Just below the house, the historic Old Oslo neighbourhood has a mix of restaurants and cafes, the Medieval Ruin Park.
The Old Oslo neighbourhood faces the Oslo fjord, with the new Opera house, and exciting new developments such as "Barcode" and Sørenga. At Sørenga you find the new Seawater Beach: http://www.visitoslo.com/en/product/?TLp=1113304.
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