Consumers rights in Norway
There is a wide selection of international flight and ferry connections to Norway, and there are several ways of getting around when you arrive.
There are different kinds of hotels and camp sites throughout the country. Staying at a fishermen's cabin is an experience out of the ordinary.
Plan what to buy and where to buy it when you are on holiday in Norway.
Whether you are travelling by car, bus, or train, in fact whatever type of transport you are using, it is easy to travel around Norway.
Find your port of call. Visit the Opera in Oslo or plan a northern lights or midnight sun activity. Or find a kayak experience in Fjord Norway.
Camping and caravanning in Norway is ideal for holiday-makers who like to go where their impulses take them.
Currency and prices, right of access and more.
Customs and regulations, the best times to travel, passport and visa requirements, currency and prices and more practical travel information.
Passport and visa requirements, customs and regulations, travelling with pets and other practical information.
Rules and regulations for driving in Norway.
Find the best ways to travel to Norway.
Camping with tents, trailers and caravans is very popular in Norway during summer. Find the best campsites for your next holiday.
A list of international tour operators.
There are taxis available in all cities and most towns, and drivers usually speak English.
In the Lista region living is easy. Spend the day at one of the many beaches, go explore the lighthouses or spend the day in Sørlandsbadet.
Several cruise lines call at Norwegian ports. Below you will find a list of links to the cruise lines that have itineraries to Norway.
Cruise Norway is a marketing company that provides valuable information for professionals employed by a cruise line, tour operator or travel agency.
Choose a cosy wooden hotel in the mountains, a spa hotel by the coast, or a modern design hotel in Oslo, Bergen or Stavanger.
Cottages and holiday houses are popular hire accommodation among both Norwegian and foreign tourists.
Along the Norwegian coast, especially in the counties Finnmark, Troms, Nordland, Trøndelag and Møre og Romsdal, fishermen's cabins are sought after.
Enjoy the freedom of camping in Norway. From wilderness camping to glamping, the options are many.
Norway is a safe travel destination, but you should always follow these safety tips when you explore the country.
Lighthouses offering accommodation can be found all along the coast of Norway, from Vardø in the north to Grimstad in the south.
Love trains? Here you will find information on Norway’s most scenic train rides, railway museums, steam trains, and more.
There are more than 50 airports in Norway, making even the northernmost places such as Lofoten accessible by plane.
The Norwegian State Railways (NSB) has a well-developed network of tracks stretching from Kristiansand in the south to Bodø above the Arctic Circle.
Here are five reasons why Norway should be your next cruise destination.
Find a port for your next boat holiday. These harbours have modern equipment and many offer an insight into Norwegian coastal culture and history.
Driving a car is one of the best ways to experience Norway at your own pace.
Stay at a medieval farm in the Gudbrandsdalen Valley or bring your children to a farm with animals in southern Norway.
Download and/or order brochures from Norway and various Norwegian destinations.
Travelling in Norway can be done on an affordable budget. Find suggestions on cheap accommodation, activities and means of transportation.
Every city and town in Norway has a local bus service and there is an extensive network of express coaches throughout the country.
Changing weather makes it important to take precautions and bring the right gear.
Be prepared and follow these safety tips when you go hiking in the Norwegian mountains.
When travelling between Oslo and Bergen, go by train: the Bergen Railway is one of the most scenic train lines in the world.
Many camp sites have cabins for hire. You can also expect all the modern conveniences such as a shower, kitchen and television.
Tents, caravans and mobile homes are welcome at most Norwegian campsites.
Knitted sweaters, watches, jewellery and local food are things you should consider buying when you travel in Norway.
In Norway everyone has the unrestricted right of free access in the countryside - including the national parks.
Especially in Western Norway, where all the world-famous fjords are, the road suddenly ends and the journey continues by ferry.
Save money on your next trip to Norway by shopping in stores displaying the Tax Free logo.
The closest you will get to traditional English bed and breakfast is a pension or private room.
You do not have to spend your savings sleeping. There are two big hostel chains in Norway.