Frogner is a borough of Oslo (named after Frogner Manor).
Neighborhoods of Oslo belonging to this borough are:
Aker Brygge | Bygdøy | Frogner | Uranienborg | Majorstuen
Frogner is an affluent and popular borough in Oslo, and worth visiting for sightseeing as well as shopping. The Frogner Park (Frognerparken) which includes the Vigeland Sculpture Park is located here, as well as the Oslo City Museum. Most houses here were buildt around 1900.
There are many good and exciting restaurants in the area. The price level is average to expensive.
Shopping offers are extensive, from the well-known chain band stores such as Benetton, H&M, and Zara, but this is also where you find expensive European and Scandinavian design; by Malene Birger, Massimo Dutti, Michael Kors, Tiger of Sweden, etc.
There is no shopping center in the area, the stores are lined up on each side of the long main road in Bogstadveien, then continuing on Parkveien. Shops are generally open from 10 a.m. – 6 .m. (4 p.m.). Thursday; stores tend to be open to 7 p.m., both here and in other areas.