This is the main shopping street which goes from the Central Station square to the Royal Palace.
The street Akersgata crosses Karl Johans gate and is the home of design retailers such as Louis Vuitton, Mulberry and Moods of Norway.
The street of Møllergata is a good place for furniture shopping, while the Grensen area offers a good selection of shoes.
If you are looking for souvenirs from Oslo, try the area around City Hall. In Vika west of the city centre is House of Oslo, a large department store specializing in interior design and lifestyle.
Nearby the part of Oslo called Bygdøy Alle you will find home to a number of interior design and antique shops. The area also has lots of small independent stores with everything from underwear to kitchen utensils.