Drøbak is a real summer town in the summer, and a Christmas town in the winter. With the old wooden houses in Drøbak, Oscarsborg, and Santa’s post office, the city attracts many visitors from far and near.
Where the Oslo Fjord is at its narrowest is the town of Drøbak. With its cozy cobbled streets with all the beautiful wooden houses is most reminiscent of a small coastal village or that you have suddenly ended up in the south. It The old wooden houses in Drøbak, Oscarsborg, and Santa’s post office, attract many visitors from far and wide. Drøbak invites narrow alleys and roads to cozy walks in beautiful houses from the 1800s. Restaurants, shops and galleries are lined up. The summer in Drøbak is fantastic, enjoy the view of the Oslo Fjord or take a trip to the city’s beautiful square from one of the many outdoor cafes that can be found here.