Quality Hotel Expo
Phone: (47) 67 117000
Fax: (47) 67 117001
Snaroyveien 20, Oslo, NO, 1360
- Phone: (47) 67 117000
- Fax: (47) 67 117001
Founded in 1997, IT Fornebu is a real estate company that develops and manages properties in commercial areas, especially the ones located in Fornebu, Bærum. The company also deals with development projects in the area.
With 240 employees in Norway itself, Microsoft Corporation is one of the frontrunners in providing internet technologies, developing software and offering other technical services all over the world. Microsoft Norge AS, Lysaker operates as a subsidiary of Microsoft Corporation, from where the company's operations in Scandinavia are managed. You can avail the latest office programs for family purposes or advanced office programs and IT services for small-scale businesses by contacting their Lysaker office.
Port of Oslo is a large, multi-purpose port close to the city center and public transport systems. Taxis also wait outside the ferry terminal. Ferry services are available to and from several European ports, including Copenhagen, Hirtshals and Frederikshaven (Denmark), Helsingborg (Sweden) and Kiel (Germany). Ferry connections can be made to the United Kingdom as well.
Osteras Menighet is known for the calming effect it has on its visitors. The idea of worship, compassion and the knowledge for adolescents to fight for justice is promoted at this beautiful church. A regular annual meeting spreads the idea of togetherness in the community and takes in all the suggestions and visions of the people. Check out the website for further details.
Martha Mettlig, an avid traveler, smart businesswoman and a total foodie, has founded this establishment where guests can learn to prepare their own delicious fares to please their palate and bellies. Cooking classes conducted at this institution will teach students to prepare high class gourmet dishes. Though the focus is on French preparations, international cuisine are also taught here.
Noor Mosque, the first mosque in Oslo, became famous after being damaged by an unexploded neo-Nazi bomb in 1985. It survived, and still belongs to Oslo's Ahmadiyya congregation. The building is beautiful and was built in 1899. With the classic architecture and Arabic writing on the building, this is a serene and historic place for worship.
Even though most colleges perform a play every year, Hartvig Nissens school stands out from the rest. With drama as the main subject on its curriculum, this school trains many future top actors. Every final-year class performs one play in the course of the year, and in quality they often rival the plays performed in professional theaters. They also organize other events during the academic year, so check out their homepage for further information.
U.S.- Norway Fulbright Foundation for Educational Exchange is for students who are interested in a higher education degree or want to study in the US nominated by their respective colleges and universities. It is more like a scholarship program for bright students.
The Trade and Investment Section of the Embassy of the Republic of Poland is to promote the business relationships between Norway and Poland. The department gives all the information needed to establish a business in Poland such as investment opportunities, tax and customs regulations, trade fairs, exhibitions and more. The information is given free of charge.
If you want someone to guide you around Oslo, contact Oslo Guideservice, which offers guides for groups of one to 50 people. The tours can be in one of 25 languages, and about 160 guides are available. They even offer sightseeing tours for blind people as well as special guided tours with an emphasis on the use of the other senses. Trips can be arranged in or around Oslo, showing you sights such as Holmenkollen, the Vigeland monument park, the Viking ships and the Much Museum. They can also do special themed tours. Check out the website for more information.
This is the central, downtown station for the extremely efficient Tunnelbanen, or T-Bane, underground train system. Close to the Oslo Port Authority, ferry traffic will find the transfer quick and easy. The station can become quite crowded at times as this is a popular shopping district and the eight train lines all converge at this station. Tickets cover all forms of public transport within Oslo and there are many different passes with varying rates and coverage from an hour to several days.
Acando is an IT consulting firm established in 1997 and has two offices in Norway, one in Oslo while the other is in Trondheim. The Oslo office is just a few steps away from the Parliament and has 70 employees. Their focal areas are project management, architecture, solution delivery and software development.