Kvadraturen is the oldest part of Oslo still standing. Aker Brygge and Tjuvholmen, on the other side of Pipervika, are the trendiest areas in Oslo, with several shops and dozens of bars and restaurants lining the waterfront. On a sunny summer day you can sit and relax at one of the many terraces, or hop on a boat for a trip on the Oslo Fjord. The Opera House, a bit farther to the east in Bjørvika, opened in April 2008. Designed by renowned Norwegian architect firm Snøhetta, the white-marble and glass building has been an instant hit with the public, and quickly established itself as Oslo's new must-see landmark.
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