Cancelled for 2020
Awaiting Dates for 2021
Oslo Gay Pride (known locally as Skeive Dager) is one of the highlights of the gay calendar in this beautiful city in Norway. The main part of the pride is held in a tented village on Oslo’s spectacular harbour, with food and beer tents as well as a small market selling just about everything you could imagine.
Pride Park Town Square opens for four days, with shows, music, art and culture. More than 40,000 visitors attend this event each year.
The parade will make its way through the streets of Oslo, held on the last Saturday in Oslo Pride Week The parade starts at 1pm on Platous Street and works its way to the city hall, with lots of colourfully decorated trucks, buses and cars.
The entire gay community in Oslo will host more than 150 parties and other events during the pride festival. The London Pub has been Oslo’s most famous gay bar since the ’70s. Spread over 2 floors and very popular with locals and tourist alike, and makes a good starting point to get to know Oslo and its people,
Here are the hotels we recommend that have good reviews and keep you close to all the action
The vast majority of the city’s nightlife dually caters to both hetero and homosexuals, in allotted weekly club nights or in a laid-back free-for-all which is really refreshing. There’s a gay scene too, though; one accessible to every taste. Alongside British-named venues like The London and Brighton, there are bear-specific clubs, Europe’s biggest ladies’ night, and the bi-weekly chafing of Scandinavian leather man parties.
Oslo Pride 2018: The Proud Experience
Ideally you want to be based in the centre of Oslo, close to the main shopping street, Karl Johans gate – the most famous street in Oslo, stretching from the Royal Palace to Oslo Central Station.All of the bars and clubs are closeby.
The elegant Hotel Continental is centrally located in Oslo, only 150 m from Oslo’s main street, Karl Johan. It is the only 5-star hotel in Norway, and offers free in-room Internet access and a free 24 hour gym
Located in central Oslo, this 37-story hotel features a state-of-the-art gym, a rooftop restaurant and modern rooms with free Wi-Fi. Many rooms offer magnificent views of the center of the city and Oslo Fjord.
Located 350 m from Oslo Central Station, this hotel features a lobby bar and free WiFi. Guests can choose from studio and guest rooms. Oslo’s main street, Karl Johans gate, is just around the corner.
This hotel is 3 minutes’ walk from Oslo’s main shopping street, Karl Johans Gate. It offers free WiFi and bright rooms with tea/coffee facilities, a smart TV and heated bathroom floors. Close to the gay bars
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