Best and cheap malls in Norway

The best and cheap malls in Norway are:

  • Mall of Norway in Flåm,
  • Oslo City in Oslo,
  • Galleries in Bergen,
  • Pallet in Oslo,
  • Storo Storsenter in Oslo.

Best and cheap malls in Norway

These are some of the best and cheap malls in Norway.

Mall of Norway / Saga Souvenir

Mall of Norway is one of Norway´s largest clothing, home decor, gift, and souvenir shops. Having something for everyone. Be it a fridge magnet with a Flam motif, or handmade wool scarves. Or the finest Norwegian designer clothing.

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  • Location: Pb 54, 5742 Flåm, Norway
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Phone: +47 57 11 00 11
  • Opening Hours: 8 am to 4:30 pm

Oslo City

Oslo City is one of the largest shopping centers in central Oslo, Norway. The shopping center was built in 1988 and is visited by c. 50,000 people a day – 16 million a year. It generated gross revenues of 1,444 billion Norwegian kroner in 2005. It has 26,000 m² of commercial space, with 93 stores on five floors.

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  • Location: Stenersgata 1, 0050 Oslo, Norway
  • Ratings: 4.0
  • Phone: +47 815 44 033
  • Opening Hours: 10 am to 10 pm( Sunday Closed)


Vibrant & long-running city-center shopping mall featuring more than 70 stores & casual dining. Galleriet has our best ocean view and is very popular with smaller groups.
Galleriet is opposite our apartments in Hasvågveien 62 A, B, C and D in Hasvåg, about 2 kilometers from Hasvik Hotel. Hasvåg Port is only a stone’s throw away, about a 500-meter walk.

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Galleriet has 2 bedrooms with 4 (6) beds (single beds and bunk beds) and a bathroom with a shower and toilet. The kitchen and living room are open spaces. The kitchen has a refrigerator, stove, microwave oven, and coffee machine. And water kettle, dishwasher, and anything else you may need for simple cooking. 
  • Location: Torgallmenningen 8, 5014 Bergen, Norway
  • Ratings: 4.0
  • Phone: +47 55 30 05 00
  • Opening Hours: 9 am to 9 pm( Sunday Closed)


Stylish shopping gallery with more than 30 fashion and lifestyle shops. It also has many cafes, bars, and restaurants. Situated on Oslo’s main street, Karl Johans gate. Pellet stands between the Parliament building on one side and the Royal Palace on the other.

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The atmosphere in Paleet is calm, intimate, and relaxing. It is very different from what you expect from a shopping center. The shops are handled by people with knowledge about the products they sell.
  • Location: Karl Johans gate 37 – 43, 0162 Oslo, Norway
  • Ratings: 4.0
  • Phone: +47 23 08 08 11
  • Opening Hours: 10 am to 8 pm

Storo Storsenter

Storo Storsenter is a shopping center at Storo in Oslo, Norway. In 2002 it had a turnover of NOK 1,092 billion. It is now under full-scale renovation. And expansion, and now has 120 stores, including local and international chains. It also has many restaurants, banks, and hairdressers

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  • Location: Vitaminveien 7-9, 0485 Oslo, Norway
  • Ratings: 4.1
  • Phone:+47 22 89 00 20
  • Opening Hours: 10 am to 9 pm

Is Norway good for shopping?

When it comes to leaving a bit of itself in the hearts of its guests, Norway, the “Land of the Midnight Sun,” has a lot to give. Shopping in Norway is a joy, not only because of the variety of available markets. But also because of the unique Norwegian items the country is known for. Linje Aquavit, known as ‘Firewater,’ is authentic Norwegian knitwear from the Dale of Norway. And licorice chocolates, Viking drinking bowls, and sausages. You can shop for jewelry, the Rosemaling folk art, and more are well-known among travelers.

What is the biggest mall in Norway?

Sandvika Storsenter is Norway’s largest shopping mall, with about 200 stores located here. Public transportation is easily accessible, and parking is free for up to three hours.
Sandvika Storsenter, located just outside of Oslo, is the world’s largest shopping mall. Parking is free for three hours.

These are some of the famous things in Norway that you can buy if you visit here.

  1. Norwegian Knitted Sweaters.
  2. Lucky Trolls.
  3. Norwegian Brown Cheese.
  4. Cheese Slicer.
  5. Cloudberry Jam.
  6. Viking Jewellery or Drinking Horn.
  7. Cured Elk or Reindeer Meat.
  8. Freia Chocolate.

Where can I get winter apparel while on a trip to Norway?

You must go to a knit store to buy an authentic Norwegian sweater. They’re crafted from genuine wool. During your Norway tour, you will be able to buy a variety of hand-knit woolen textiles to keep warm.

What are the shopping hours in Norway?

In Norway, the majority of shops, boutiques, shopping malls, and local markets are open from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
On Saturdays, stores will close an hour earlier than usual.

Are there any family-friendly retail malls in Norway?

Yes, most large shopping malls have children’s stores, play stations, and areas. They’re the finest spot to take your kids to buy, eat, and have fun all in one area.

When is the best time to go shopping in Norway?

The shopaholics must go shopping on Christmas Eve in Norway. At a reduced price, you can purchase gifts, souvenirs, and genuine Norwegian products.

Do visitors’ Traveler’ Cheques get accepted in shops in Norway?

Yes, the majority of Norway’s shopping malls accept Traveler’ Cheques. It is preferable to inquire first before visiting a specific retail complex.

Do visitors’ credit cards work in businesses in Norway?

Yes, credit cards are accepted at the majority of shops in Norway. You must enter stores that display the MasterCard emblem on their storefront.

The cover image above shows somewhere in Hamar, Norway. Photo by Nihon Graphy on Unsplash