When The New York Times decided to write about their favorite area in Oslo, they choose Akerselva. One great assignment for one who loves walking up and down this area. See the story here.

OSLO, NORWAY - APRIL 1, 2015The river Akerselva in Oslo, Norway is turning the riverside stretch of the Grunerlokka neighborhood into a destination for art and design.CREDIT: Kyrre Lien for The New York Times OSLO, NORWAY - APRIL 1, 2015The river Akerselva in Oslo, Norway is turning the riverside stretch of the Grunerlokka neighborhood into a destination for art and design. The coffee shop Tim Wendelboe, the father of the Nordic coffee scene.CREDIT: Kyrre Lien for The New York Times OSLO, NORWAY - APRIL 1, 2015 The river Akerselva in Oslo, Norway is turning the riverside stretch of the Grunerlokka neighborhood into a destination for art and design. Dancers at Kyrre Texnae's studio practicing street dance.  CREDIT: Kyrre Lien for The New York Times OSLO, NORWAY - APRIL 1, 2015The river Akerselva in Oslo, Norway is turning the riverside stretch of the Grunerlokka neighborhood into a destination for art and design. Near the shore, a student at the Strykejernet art school paints. CREDIT: Kyrre Lien for The New York Times OSLO, NORWAY - APRIL 1, 2015The river Akerselva in Oslo, Norway is turning the riverside stretch of the Grunerlokka neighborhood into a destination for art and design. A grain silo built in the 1950s has been turned into student housing.  CREDIT: Kyrre Lien for The New York Times OSLO, NORWAY - APRIL 1, 2015The river Akerselva in Oslo, Norway is turning the riverside stretch of the Grunerlokka neighborhood into a destination for art and design. An artist prepares a new exhibition at OCA. CREDIT: Kyrre Lien for The New York Times OSLO, NORWAY - APRIL 1, 2015 The river Akerselva in Oslo, Norway is turning the riverside stretch of the Grunerlokka neighborhood into a destination for art and design. Blå is one of those nightclubs that pretty much everyone in the city knows.  CREDIT: Kyrre Lien for The New York Times