About forty minutes south of Oslo, Drøbak is an old coastal town in the Norwegian county of Viken, serving as the administrative hub for the municipality of Frogn. Between 1700 and 1800, Drobak expanded as the sailship industry. In 1814, it transitioned into the Oslo Customs Center. Drobak is a charming town with white buildings, meandering alleys, and a thriving art scene with numerous galleries.
The neighbourhood has several cafés, a Christmas store, an aquarium, a harbour, and a playground. Popularly known as the town where the sun never sets, Drobak offers spectacular views of orange skies during summers. Whereas in winter, the frost-covered town presents stunning views of the frozen lake and its snow-capped surroundings. It is also known to be Santa Claus’ hometown, and it is commonly believed that his spirits are all around in the little town, woodlands, and the waters.
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