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Sjølyst Bobilparkering

Authorised motorhome service point and night stop


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Oslo, Oslo kommune, Oslo, Norway, 0277

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Experience Oslo with attractions like the Viking Museum, the Kon Tiki Museum, the Folk Museum, the Fram Museum, the Holmenkollen ski jump and much more! Everything in the immediate vicinity of Sjølyst Bobilparkering.
The parking lot is nice to the riverside where you can barbeque and walking in the woods on Bygdøy.




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Review by: fairyfoot
Visit date: Jul 2019
Unit type: Medium Motorhome under 8m
Dozens & dozens of moho's basically on a car /boat park. Stayed 2 nights-v noisy traffic as next to E18. Barrier not working on our visit. Toilet & shower facilities but we used our own - as so busy and not cleanest. Plenty of water fill up/ EHU points but need to search between moho's. Biggest plus was the closeness and easy access to Oslo centre: 2 mile ride on cycle paths & we parked up bikes at Aker Brygge & went sightseeing. NOK300 (£28) per n is expensive but then everything is, in Norway.
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Review by: billmckay
Visit date: Jul 2019
Unit type: Motorhome under 7m
The stopover was dock side and served the purpose of an overnight. Oslo was great, just 2 miles on bike lanes. BUT I would warn anyone who is aesmatic or want a nights sleep that the polution from the traffic and the constant loud traffic noise throughout the night don’t make for a pleasant experience. I wouldn’t stay more than a night.
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