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Module 07:
Where can I stay in Norway?

Help your clients choose accommodation that suits them – whether they are curious about typically Norwegian holiday houses, prefer to stay in a standard hotel, or have their sights set on one of the ice hotels.

In this module you will learn about all the options when choosing where to stay in Norway.

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Manshausen in Steigen.
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All about accommodation

Contrary to common belief, accommodation in Norway is not more expensive than the rest of western Europe. Like in most places, you get what you pay for – from basic but cheap budget cabins to luxurious hotel suites.

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Gamle trehus i sommerlandskap på Sygard Grytting historiske hotell
Sygard Grytting i Gudbrandsdalen.
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Apart from hotels, what kinds of accommodation can your clients choose from when going to Norway? Select all the alternatives you think are correct.

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Sorrisniva Igloo Hotel, Finnmark
Sorrisniva Igloo Hotel, Finnmark.
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