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Smoking restrictions

It is not permitted to smoke in public buildings and other places open to the public.

Offices and other places of work are non-smoking areas. This includes hotels, bars, restaurants and all other establishments where food and beverage are served.

Smoking is not permitted on board aircrafts or on other means of public transport.

You must be over 18 years to buy tobacco in Norway.

Within the limit of NOK 6,000 you are allowed to bring with you 200 cigarettes or 250 g of other tobacco products and 200 leaves of cigarette paper free of customs and excise duty.

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Last updated:  2012-05-30
Restaurants are non-smoking areas in Norway. - Photo: Nancy Bundt/Innovation Norway
Restaurants are non-smoking areas in Norway.

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Smoking restrictions

It is not permitted to smoke in public buildings and other places open to the public.

Smoking restrictions

Source: Visitnorway

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