The Norwegian government's press release on Friday 15 May 2020 confirmed the following about travel to and from Norway:
Norwegians can now travel freely in mainland Norway, as long as the sanitary guidelines are respected.
Leisure travel from the Norwegian mainland to Svalbard will re-open from 1 June.
International travel – leisure:
Norway's borders will remain closed until 20 August. Travel abroad is not recommended.
The government and the Norwegian Health Institute monitor the situation closely and will consider changing the above rule, if the situation allows it.
The following will be confirmed later:
Whether leisure travel within Nordic countries will be allowed from 15 June
Whether leisure travel within selected nearby EU countries will be allowed from 20 July
International travel – work:
Business trips are not allowed. Travel for work purposes within the Nordic countries will re-open from 1 June.
Radisson Hotel Group has announced the launch of Radisson Hotel's Safety Protocol, a new cleanliness and disinfection program at their hotels. The program is launched in collaboration with SGS, a global leader within inspection, verification, testing and certification company.
Mountains of Norway is a collaborative initiative that includes several destinations in the Norwegian mountain region. Check out this website for inspiration and information on fun activities at high levels.
Combine cool city culture in the capital with wildlife experiences in raw nature. In a short time, you can get from charming coastal towns in the Oslo region via huge forests to Norway’s highest and mightiest mountains in the Jotunheimen national park.
Fjord Norway has stunning scenery with deep blue fjords, flowing waterfalls, and sharp, snow-capped mountains that tower high above the water. Here, the seals and eagles reign, and the whales and fish patrol the deep fjords.
Trøndelag offers an irresistible mix of urban, historical sights like Røros and Stiklestad and the 2.0 version of a remote rural fishing village at Stokkøya. The main city Trondheim is known as the “home of the Nordic flavours”, and the region is an epicentre for foodies.
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