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Kristoff wins in Stavanger!
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Mike Teunissen takes his first win for Intermarché - Wanty - Circus
Ben Tulett takes the victory in Bergen!
The startlist for the prologue is now ready!
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Tour of Norway. The world's best riders in the world's most beautiful surroundings. May 23rd-26th
29.05.2023 Kristoff does it again!
28.05.2023 Thibau Nys wins at the Ullandhaug Tower
27.05.2023 Mike Teunissen takes his first win for Intermarché - Wanty - Circus
06.11.2023 Ben Tulett takes the victory in Bergen!
06.11.2023 The startlist for the prologue is now ready!
06.11.2023 Egan Bernal is participating in Tour of Norway 2023.
06.11.2023 Škoda becomes Official Car Partner
06.11.2023 19 teams are ready for Tour of Norway 2023
06.11.2023 Tour of Norway 2023 stages are ready for you!
Kristoff does it again!
Egan Bernal is participating in Tour of Norway 2023.
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Beautiful mountains, stunning fjords, charming coastal towns, midnight sun, whales, polar bears, Northern Lights/Aurora Borealis, Viking history, king crabs, waterfalls, Hurtigruten, Stave churches and breathtaking scenery. Norway is our passion and you can trust us in every aspect of creating your perfect Norwegian tour.
With more the 70 Norwegian tours listed, we are sure you will find something that excites you below.
Arctic Traverse by Rail
10 days - Escorted summer tour from Oslo to Stockholm
Best Hikes of Norway with the owner of 50 Degrees North
15 days - Escorted hiking tour covering Norway's best and most scenic hikes. One departure only.
- New Tour for 2024
Lapland Highlights Escorted
11 days - Escorted small group - visiting Norway, Sweden and Finland | ICEHOTEL & Glass Igloos
- 2024 Dates Now Available - 12 travellers only
8 days - Independent visit to the mountains, fjords and valleys of Norway.
- Oslo to Bergen
Experience the Northern Lights
15 days - Escorted Small Group tour to Norway and Finland with northbound Norwegian Coastal Voyage
Norway In-depth Escorted Small Group Tour
17 days - Escorted summer tour of Norwegian Fjords from Oslo to Trondheim
- 2024 bookings opened
Scandinavian Capitals and Fjords escorted tour
16 days - Escorted summer tour from Bergen to Helsinki
Christmas in the Arctic
6 days - Independent Christmas tour, visiting Tromsø and new boutique Cahkal hotel in Finland
Sweden’s West Coast and Islands
5 days - Enjoy staying at boutique hotels and touring between Oslo and Gothenburg.
Chase the Northern Lights
14 days - Escorted Small Group tour to Norway and Finland with southbound Norwegian Coastal Voyage
Best of Norway Escorted Small Group Tour
8 days - Escorted summer tour of Norwegian Fjords
Bergen to Copenhagen escorted tour
11 days - Escorted summer tour from Bergen to Copenhagen
Lapland Circle Independent
11 days - Independent tour - Staying at ICEHOTEL, Tromsø and 3 nights in Glass Igloos.
Norwegian Coastal Highlights Escorted Reverse
10 days - Escorted Small Group tour with southbound Norwegian Coastal Voyage, Tromsø to Oslo
Scandinavian Capitals by rail & ferry - Independent
13 days - Independent tour with emphasis on city stays and some fabulous fjord scenery.
- Best seller
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Norwegian Winter Family Adventure
5 days - Family 'Frozen' adventure in Alta and the Snowhotel
Private Northern Lights Tour of Finland and Norway
5 days - Stay in an Aurora Glass Cabin with all private inclusions and transport
Aurora Highlights Escorted
8 days - Escorted Northern Lights tour to Norway and Finland
Oslo - Family Fun Long Weekend
4 days - Long Weekend designed for active families in Oslo with local, sustainable excursions.
New Year's in the Lyngen Alps
6 days - Celebrate the New Year under the Northern Lights.
- Available in 2024
Beautiful Norway and Norwegian Coastal Voyage
14 days - Independent visit to the mountains and fjords of Norway with Boutique hotels and touring in our premium 50 Degrees North mini-coach
Christmas in the Lyngen Alps
6 days - Celebrate Christmas under the Northern Lights
- Available for 2024
Oslo to Gothenburg - self drive tour
6 days - Coastal driving along Sweden's west coast
- Our favourite route
Norway in a Nutshell® Premium
5 days - Independent self guided tour extended with more inclusions.
- Book now for 2024
Norwegian Coastal Voyage Southbound
6 days - Norwegian Coastal voyage travelling South.
Bergen to Trondheim - self drive tour
6 days - Drive the Atlantic Rd via Loen Skylift and Trollstigen with the Norwegian Coast and Fjords
Norway by Design and History with Juvet
9 days - Historic and Design Hotels of Norway - an independent self-drive through the fjords and coast of Norway.
- Juvet books out early
Arctic Sanctuary by the Sea
5 days - Remote Norwegian tour, staying in designer accommodation.
Norwegian Coast, Lofoten & Tromsø
11 days - Norwegian Coastal Voyage, stopping longer in Lofoten and Tromsø
Arctic Wilderness and Auroras with local Sami Experience
7 day - Tromsø and the Reindeer Ranch glass igloos independent tour
Aurlandsdalen - Classic Norway on foot
7 days - Join us for a Norway in a Nutshell® experience with a difference.
Aurora Highlights Independent
5 days - Aurora Glass Cabin | Snow Hotel | Northern Lights - Kirkenes to Ivalo
- Best Seller
Aurora Highlights Reverse Escorted Tour
7 days - Aurora Glass Cabin | Snow Hotel | Northern Lights | Tromsø | Coastal Voyage | North Cape
Aurora Highlights Reverse Independent
5 days - Aurora Glass Cabin | Snow Hotel | Northern Lights - Ivalo to Kirkenes
Autumn Auroras on Norway's Coast
6 days - Tromsø and Coastal Norwegian Northern Lights tour
Beautiful Norway Hike
8 days - Independent hiking tour to the mountains, fjords and valleys of Norway. Enjoy staying at boutique hotels with the convenience of our mini-coach transfers.
Chase the Northern Lights Express
11 days - Escorted Small Group tour to Norway and Finland with southbound Norwegian Coastal Voyage
Festive Adventure in Norway
5 days - Stay in an Igloo Hotel for the Norwegian festive season
- New tour for 2023
Hardangerfjord in a Nutshell Tour
5 days - Independent by train, boat and ferry.
Heroes of Telemark self drive
6 days - An in-depth self drive itinerary through the heart of of Telemark
Highlights of Scandinavia Tour
12 days - Independent tour with city tours, fjord stay and insider experiences.
Hurtigruten Astronomy Voyage
12 days - Classic Norwegian Coastal Voyage with an Astronomy expert.
Hurtigruten Coastal Expedition Sailings
9 days - Expedition team on board with special activities and hiking pass
- Adventure options
Kirkenes Winter Experience
5 days - Snowhotel stay easily combined with Norwegian Coastal voyage
Lofoten & Northern Lights
4 days - Seeing is believing - these islands are magical.
Lofoten and Norwegian Coast Cruise
9 days - Norwegian Coastal Voyage with a longer stop in Lofoten.
Lofoten Culinary Food Week
7 days - Cooking Classes, Exclusive Experiences and Sea Adventures
Lofoten Explorer tour
7 days - Seeing is believing - these islands are magical
Lofoten Islands and Northern Lights Expedition
6 days - Cruise from Tromsø to Lofoten on MV Quest
- New for 2024
Mountains, Fjords & Norwegian Coastal Voyage
13 days - Classic Norway in a Nutshell® tour, Oslo and Norwegian Coastal voyage through Norway.
Nordic Capitals Gourmet Tour
10 days - Classic independent tour plus food tours and special touches.
- Food tours included
Northern Lights in the Arctic
6 days - Independent tour, visiting Tromsø and new boutique Cahkal hotel in Finland
Northern Lights Stay at Lyngen Lodge
5 days - Mountain Lodge and winter adventures under the Northern Lights
- Last Minute Discount for November Dates
Norway Active + self drive
11 days - Boutique stays with hiking, fly-fishing and golfing surrounded by Norwegian scenery
Norway in a Nutshell®
4 days - Independent tour by rail, bus and ferry.
Norway in a Nutshell® - Active
5 days - An active twist on the classic - CYCLE THIS ROAD!
Norway in a Nutshell® - Active Plus
6 days - An active summer twist on the classic - extended version
Norway in a Nutshell® Premium - Winter
5 days - Independent with cosy historic hotels and winter adventures
Norway's Classic Fjords
6 days - All the fjord favourites in one tour; Kviknes Hotel, Norway in a Nutshell® and Bergen.
Norway's Southern Fjords and Pulpit Rock
7 days - Independent tour hiking Pulpit Rock, visiting Stavanger and Bergen then spa retreat on the fjords
Norwegian Coastal Highlights Escorted
10 days - Escorted Small Group tour with northbound Norwegian Coastal Voyage, Oslo to Tromsø
- Fully Booked for 2023
Norwegian Coastal Voyage & Nordic Capitals Tour
23 days - Independent cruise and tour of Scandinavia's coast and capitals.
Norwegian Coastal Voyage Northbound
7 days - "Kystruten" voyage up the coast of Norway
Norwegian Coastal Voyage Round Trip
12 days - Voyage along the Norwegian coast.
Norwegian Fjords Hike & Bike Tour
10 days - Let Norway live up to your expectations on this active adventure...
Oslo - Extravagant Long Weekend
4 days - Long Weekend designed for luxury travellers in Oslo with local, unique excursions.
Oslo Essentials Long Weekend
4 days - Long Weekend or minibreak in Oslo with local, unique excursions.
Oslo to Bergen - self drive tour
6 days - Discover Hoven Loen, Fjærland, Flåm and Lom on this classic fjord route.
Oslo, Bergen and Svalbard Express
14 days - Visit Oslo, Norway in a Nutshell, Bergen then voyage to Svalbard
- Svalbard tours
Oslo, Bergen and Svalbard Express Deluxe
15 days - Visit Oslo, Norway in a Nutshell, Bergen then voyage to Svalbard
Oslo, North Cape Express and Tromsø
13 days - Visit Oslo, Norway in a Nutshell, Bergen then voyage to Tromsø
Rallarvegen by bike tour
5 days - Norway's most popular bike route, independent departures. Family friendly.
- Family Friendly
Scandinavian Escape escorted tour
16 days - Escorted summer tour from Copenhagen to Trondheim
Scandinavian Family Fun luxury tour
9 days - Premium tour with emphasis on luxury city stays and family adventures
Scandinavian Gems - Luxury Tour
10 days - Premium tour with emphasis on luxury city stays and fabulous fjord scenery
- Private Meet & Greets
Scenic Fjords of Norway Escorted
10 days - Escorted tour between Bergen and Trondheim, travelling along the coast of Norway and then through the fjords
Senja, Wildlife & Auroras
6 days - Northern Norway Wildlife Safari, Northern Lights and Tromsø
- New Aurora Cabins
Sognefjord in a Nutshell®
4 days - Independent tour by train, boat and ferry.
9 days - Take the slow route through Sweden on the inland train.
- Slow Travel
Telemark & the Norwegian Fjords self drive tour
7 days - Explore Southern Norway with boutique stays and fjords
The Telemark Canal - Independent cruise
4 days - Explore the Telemark Canal and stay at the historic Dalen Hotel
Trolltunga, Kjerag & Pulpit Rock Tour
8 days - Experience jaw-dropping views with 'off the beaten track' experiences
- Three iconic spots
Tromsø & Lyngen Alps - summer
7 days - Independent tour enjoying a luxurious lodge in the Norwegian mountains.
- Yoga and Wellness
Tromsø & the Northern Lights
6 days - Experience the Northern Lights from your own fisherman's cabin
Tromsø, Senja & Lofoten
8 days - Drive the spectacular National Tourist Route of Norway
- Our favourite
White beaches, Sea & Manshausen Island
4 days - Stay in designer accommodation on Norway's coast.
- Add the Nordskot Traverse
WHY TRAVEL TO NORWAY TOURS?:
Norway is our specialist region and our home. Norway is a country where you can experience plenty of space - traversing away from the crowds on foot with vistas only limited by the curving of the earth. Cruising through the Norwegian fjords on board one of the Hurtigruten ships , or simply frolic through the back streets of Tromsø at 3am when the midnight sun is on your face.
Winter or summer travel in Norway provide a vast difference in the experience you will have. From snow-capped mountains bathed in spectacular Northern Lights/Aurora Borealis to a late evening trek possible from the midnight sun.
OUR NORWAY TOURS CAN INCLUDE:
Our Norway travel and tour options are endless and depending on what you want to experience, we have a tour suitable for any age and interest.
The Norwegian Coastal Voyage from Bergen to Kirkenes and vice versa is a classic voyage taking you all the way from the Hanseatic town of Bergen along the spectacular Norwegian coast to the town on Kirkenes on the Russian border. Along the journey you will experience stunning fjords, cliffs that plummet more than 1000 metres into fjords, small mountain farms clinging to the mountainside and rugged coastline.
For a true taste of all that Norway has to offer, take our independent Beautiful Norway tour package travelling on a private 50 Degrees North minibus through the most picturesque fjords and valleys of Norway. Driving through Northern Europe's highest and most striking mountain pass will truly take your breath away.
Alternatively, travel between Oslo and Bergen on the Norway in a Nutshell tour experiencing the Flåm railway, fjord cruise, bus ride, waterfalls, flowing rivers and deep valleys. Definitely one to tick off your bucket list!
Northern Lights/Aurora Borealis in Norway are at their most frequent between end of September and end of March. A range of our Norwegian and Scandinavian tours have been made to maximise your chances of viewing this remarkable phenomenon. Tromsø is a great starting point for the Norwegian tours, but to maximise your experience, all our Northern Lights tours are away from the cities to avoid artificial light pollution.
For the ultimate adventure, hike with jaw-dropping views of Norwegian fjords and mountains. You will never forget hiking Trolltunga and Pulpit Rock or the Western Fjords Hike.
Of course, a tour to Norway is not complete without visiting our tranquil and picturesque capital city Oslo. Home to the Viking Ship and Kon-Tiki museums, the unique statue park of Gustav Vigeland, Holmenkollen ski jump and Akershus Fort.
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Nature isn’t just a backdrop here, it’s the star of the show. From towering granite peaks to achingly beautiful fjords, Norway doesn’t hold back when it comes to unforgettable moments and landscapes.
Hike the rugged coastline under the otherworldly glow of the midnight sun or explore the Svalbard archipelago on an expedition voyage. Chase Tromso’s Northern Lights, explore the Lofoten Islands’ colorful fishing villages or take the Bergen Railway past alpine lakes and ancient glaciers. Discover a land of friluftsliv (open-air living), of koselig (feeling cosy and content), and find out for yourself why Norwegians rate themselves as some of the happiest people on this beautiful planet.
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Norway at a glance
Oslo (population approximately 670,000)
Approximately 5.3 million
Norwegian Krone (NOK)
(GMT+01:00) Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid, Paris
Type C (European 2-pin) Type F (German 2-pin, side clip earth)
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Culture and customs.
A love of nature permeates every level of Norwegian society, from the freedom to camp on public land (known as the right to roam) to the old Norwegian joke about being born with skis on their feet. A history of farming and an enduring Viking culture that valued strength and hardiness has produced a society unified around values like independence, an active life and simple pleasures.
Speaking of simple pleasures, if you’re in Norway you’ll come across a phrase that has no direct translation in English: ‘koselig’ (pronounced coosh-ly). While ‘koselig’ means something different to each person, it’s best understood as the mental feeling of coziness and contentment that accompanies wholesome activities, like if a happy sigh was a feeling. You may also come across the term ‘friluftsliv’, which refers to the pure delight of splendid natural scenery, fresh air and an active lifestyle. This is perhaps why the country continuously tops the ‘world’s happiest’ lists.
Travelers may find that the locals seem a little shy or reserved at first. Generally speaking, small talk isn’t as big a part of social interaction as it is in places like the USA, Australia and Canada. Don’t take it personally – once you get to know a local, you’ll likely find them as helpful and kind as people anywhere.
History and government
The first people moved here some 10,000 years ago after rising temperatures created the perfect conditions for fishing communities to hunt the coastline’s blubber-rich marine life.
While the Viking Age is the most famous part of Norway’s history, it was actually a fairly short period. Scandinavian warriors traveled around the world to plunder, colonize and build alliances from around AD800 to AD1060. As a result of these invasions into Scotland , England and Normandy, Saint Olaf unified the country for the first time under Christianity.
In the 14th century Norway was joined with Denmark through a royal marriage. Danish became the official language although Norway retained a strong sense of national identity. It was then given to Sweden in the early 19th century before finally achieving independence in 1905.
Norway declared itself neutral during WWII but that didn’t stop the Nazis invading and occupying the country as a strategic military stronghold. Norway quickly recovered once the war ended in terms of infrastructure and economy, though the head of the government-in-exile did not. Vidkun Quisling, who encouraged Norwegians to submit to Nazi rule, was executed for treason in 1945. Fun fact: the word ‘quisling’ is still a colloquial term for ‘traitor’ in Norway.
Perhaps the most significant event in Norway during the 20th century was the discovery of a wealth of natural resources in the late 1960s. The extraction and export of oil and gas quickly became Norway’s dominant industry and continues to provide most of the country’s considerable wealth.
Norway today enjoys a high standard of living with political power generally held by either center-left or center-right parties. The country is renowned worldwide for its free and independent press and strong democracy.
Eating and drinking
Traditional Norwegian cuisine is simple, hearty and designed to keep you warm during those freezing winters. While the classic meat and potato offerings may not be the most exciting, they are plenty satisfying, and you’ll find diverse cuisine options from around the world in Norway’s larger cities. Many travelers to Norway are concerned about how much money they will have to budget for meals during their trip, and while it’s true that eating and drinking in Norway can be expensive compared to other parts of Europe, there are a few things you can do to make your meals more affordable.
Budget-friendly tips for eating and drinking in Norway
Picnic like a local
Eating outside in parks and squares is incredibly popular during the summer in Norway. You’ll even see locals with single-use barbecues grilling meat in the open during the warmer months, which is totally legal. These disposable grills are cheap, but they aren’t great for the environment, so we recommend stocking up on fruit, vegetables, lunch meats and bread for an eco-friendly picnic.
Drink the tap water
With some of the best-tasting tap water in the world, there’s no need to splurge on bottled stuff. Bring a reusable bottle and fill it up each day. It’s better for your wallet and the environment.
Steer clear of sweets
A huge sugar tax means buying chocolate or candy is expensive everywhere in Norway. Junk heads may want to shore up some luggage space for treats, or simply prepare mentally.
Must-try food and drink in Norway
- Kjottkaker Basically a fried meatball, but flatter and with no breadcrumbs. Kjottkaker are ubiquitous in Norway so you won’t have to look to hard to find them. They’re delicious, filling and widely available – what more could you want?
- Farikal Norway’s national dish is a perfect warmer for freezing winters (or even chilly spring or autumn nights). Simmered with cabbage and mild spices, pieces of lamb or mutton become fall-off-the-bone soft in this tasty and rustic meal.
- Linie Aquavit This Norwegian brand of aquavit – a botanical vodka – is aged in oak casks during a cruise. Here’s the reasoning given on their website: ‘It all started back in 1805, when the Norwegian trade family, Lysholm, shipped potato aquavit to the East Indies. Here people were totally uninterested in buying it, so the aquavit was sailed back to Norway. On its arrival in 1807, it was discovered that the sea voyage had vastly improved the taste.’
- Brown cheese Made by simmering a by-product of the cheese-making process (whey), then sliced and served on bread or crackers, sweet and salty brown cheese is an iconic lunch or breakfast accompaniment.
Vegetarians and vegans will have nothing to be concerned about in cities like Oslo and Bergen, but we recommend stocking up on food in a supermarket if you’re traveling outside of the major cities, just in case you have trouble finding options on restaurant menus. Traveling with a local who speaks the language makes this all a lot easier. If you travel with Intrepid, you’ll have a local leader who can help you decipher menus and recommend plant-based choices.
Geography and environment
Sharing borders with Sweden , Russia and Finland , Norway occupies the northern corner of the Scandinavian Peninsula, with the North Sea, Norwegian Sea and Barents Sea hugging the rugged northern, southern and western sides of the country.
Swaths of Norway sit within the Arctic Circle, including the popular mainland city of Tromso and the Svalbard archipelago. Due to its proximity to the Arctic , large parts of Norway experience a subarctic marine climate, with cold winters and cool summers, as well as midnight sun and the Northern Lights.
Norway possesses more than 50,000 islands. These protect the rest of the country from North Atlantic storms, which is useful given the country’s proximity to the Arctic . With a total of less than 10 percent of the land suitable for growing crops, things are already tough enough.
The country's western fjord system is perhaps its most well-known landmark – or series of more than 1000 landmarks, to be accurate. Formed by retreating or melting glaciers, these deep ravines are now a symbol of Norway’s beauty and the country’s leading tourist attraction.
In a country where the great outdoors is a way of life, you’ll find less opportunities to buy trinkets and mementos in Norway than in other places. That being said, there are a couple of keepsakes and gifts to look out for while you’re there, namely items that represent the weird and wonderful folklore and traditions of this Scandinavian nation.
This silver jewelry is meant to keep the wearer safe from evil and monsters. Traditional solje jewelry comes in the form of brooches and necklaces that can be attached to bunad (folk) costumes. Does it work? Well, do you see any trolls around? Exactly.
Items adorned with rosemaling – delicate, floral folk art – make perfect gifts or decorative souvenirs. Practiced since the mid-18th century, rosemaling emerged when poor, traveling artists and muralists from Norway encountered the elaborate styles popular in Italy and France at the time.
It’s hard to overstate the importance of trolls in Norwegian (and wider Scandinavian) culture and folklore. These humanoid, mountain or forest-dwelling monsters are sometimes huge and sometimes tiny, but almost always up to some kind of mischief and trickery. Troll dolls, troll mugs, troll tea towels, troll underwear (why not?) and more are for sale throughout the country. It may seem a little touristy, but even locals keep figurines of these hideous creatures around the house for luck.
Festivals and events
Did you really think that the descendants of Vikings wouldn't know how to hold a celebration? Thankfully, modern Norwegians are more inclined to celebrate things like music and art, rather than seafaring raids, and these are some of the best:
A summer festival that usually takes places in Oslo, Oya features artists – both local and international – from a number of genres performing in the great outdoors. This is a classic European music festival with a sustainable twist – you can dance to music powered by renewable energy while munching street food served on edible, biodegradable plates.
Northern Lights Festival
Listen to compositional music performed in Tromso’s historic and modern architectural wonders. Timed to coincide with the Northern Lights (hence the name), this mid- to late-winter festival is a stalwart of Tromso’s impressive cultural calendar.
Bergenfest is a five-day open-air music festival located in the stone walls of Bergenhaus Fortress in the UNESCO World-Heritage listed city of Bergen. It's one of Norway’s oldest, biggest and boldest music festivals featuring an eclectic lineup of electronic, pop, country, experimental, jazz, blues, rock and more.
For inspiring stories to prepare you for your Norway adventure, check out these books:
- The Almost Nearly Perfect People: The Truth About the Nordic Miracle – Michael Booth
- Heimskringla – Snorri Sturluson
- Growth of Soil – Knut Hamsun
- The Ice Palace – Tarjei Vesaas
- The Half Brother – Lars Saabye Christensen
- Munch – Steffen Kverneland
- The Snowman – Jo Nesbo
- Into the Ice: The History of Norway and the Polar Regions – Einar-Arne Drivenes and Harald Day Jolle
Norway travel FAQs
Do i need a covid-19 vaccine to join an intrepid trip.
Trips from 1 January 2023 onwards
From 1 January 2023, Intrepid will no longer require travelers to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19 (excluding all Polar trips and select adventure cruises).
However, we continue to strongly recommend that all Intrepid travelers and leaders get vaccinated to protect themselves and others.
Specific proof of testing or vaccination may still be required by your destination or airline. Please ensure you check travel and entry requirements carefully.
When is the best time to visit Norway?
When deciding the best time for you to visit Norway, the main factors to consider are your tolerance for the cold and what you want to see most.
While the joys of the high summer are self-evident – long days! Mild weather! – both international and local tourists flock to Norway’s fjords and hiking trails during June and July. If you want to hike all day, stay up all night (because the sun pretty much doesn’t set) and don’t mind rubbing shoulders with other travelers, this could be the ideal time for you.
Winter in Norway is cold. November, December and January see average daylight temperatures between 30°F and 39°F (-1°C and 4°C) with the sun setting in the afternoon. That said, this is the only time of the year that you can glimpse the stunning Northern Lights. Even if you don’t see Aurora Borealis (you’ll have more luck the further north you go), the festivity of Christmas and the snow-covered mountains make winter a magical season to visit.
Spring and autumn are both crisp in terms of temperature. Think about 50°F (10°C) in May and September. These shoulder seasons may offer a good way to split the difference between winter and summer if you can handle a little bit of cold and a little bit of a crowd, but not too much of either. Just be aware that spring is the rainy season and pack accordingly.
Do I need a visa to travel to Norway?
Visas for Denmark , Norway, Sweden and Finland are not required for passport holders of the European Union, Australia , New Zealand , the USA and Canada who plan to visit for 90 days or less. Please note that random passport checks occasionally happen at European borders and you will need at least six months validity on your passport to enter the country overland.
All other nationalities should check with the Norwegian embassy or consulate closest to them for information.
Is tipping customary in Norway?
Part of what contributes to Norway’s reputation as an expensive nation for visitors (but not locals) is that most workers, including waitstaff, are paid union-approved liveable wages.
Because of this, tipping in Norway is not commonplace and is generally left up to the discretion of the customer. If the service in a mid- to high-end restaurant is particularly good, feel free to round up the bill.
What is the internet access like in Norway?
Internet access in Norway is fantastic, with almost 100 percent of the country having access to a connection. In Norway's major cities and towns, travelers will be able to access the internet on their phones with global roaming switched on (be careful of charges) and at cafes and free wi-fi hot spots. Even more remote and rural areas will have internet availability, though in towns like Tromso and Trondheim it may be a slow connection.
Can I use my cell phone while in Norway?
Cell phone coverage is generally very good in Norway. If you want to use your cell phone, ensure global roaming is activated before you arrive (but be aware of the fees this may incur).
What are the toilets like in Norway?
Flushable, Western-style toilets are the standard in Norway.
What will it cost for a...?
Norway's unit of currency is the krone. Prices here are approximate and shown in US dollars for ease of comparison.
Cup of coffee in a cafe = USD 3–4
500 ml beer in a bar = USD 10–13
Takeaway supermarket sandwich = USD 10
Meal in a mid-range restaurant = USD 25–30
Can I drink the water in Norway?
Yes, you can drink the tap water in Norway. In fact, it’s some of the best-tasting tap water in the world so pack a reusable bottle and take advantage. It’s always considered safe to drink unless otherwise marked.
Are credit cards widely accepted in Norway?
Major credit cards are accepted by most large shops and hotels. Smaller vendors may not accept credit cards, so carry enough cash to cover small purchases.
What is ATM access like in Norway?
ATMs are commonly found in Norway's cities and urban areas. Remote regions will have less ATM availability, so prepare accordingly before traveling away from cities.
What is the weather like in Norway?
The climate in Norway is noticeably warmer than what would otherwise be expected at such a high latitude because of the Gulf Stream. Summer temperatures can reach up to 86°F, even in northern areas, but only for limited periods. The length of the winter and amount of snow varies around the country. There is more snow in the north and the winters are dark; on the southern and western coasts, winters are moderate and rainy, while further inland the temperature can get below -13°F. March, April, October and November tend to be the rainiest months. Snow usually starts to fall in October or November in the northern areas (and in higher altitudes) and generally melts by the end of April. The Northern Lights are visible from parts of Norway, with September to April usually presenting the optimal conditions for viewing.
What public holidays are celebrated in Norway?
1 January New Year’s Day
March/April Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter Monday *
1 May Labor Day
17 May Constitution Day
May/June Ascension Day *
May/June Whit Sunday and Whit Monday *
25 December Christmas Day
26 December Boxing Day
*Please note these dates may vary. See the current list of public holidays in Norway.
Is Norway a safe destination for LGBTQIA+ travelers?
Same-sex marriage has been legal since 2009 and citizens have had the legal right to self determine their gender since 2016. Norway has strong anti-discrimination laws regarding LGBTQIA+ individuals and public opinion on LGBTQIA+ people is overwhelmingly positive.
You can find visible queer scenes in all the midsize to large cities. Oslo’s is the biggest and the official Oslo tourism website even has a section dedicated to queer spaces and events in the city. In other large cities, like Bergen, you’ll find no shortage of LGBTQIA+ friendly spaces, though fewer that cater to specific sexualities and genders.
If you are traveling solo on an Intrepid group tour, you will share accommodation with a passenger of the same gender as per your passport information. If you don’t identify with the gender assigned on your passport, please let us know at time of booking and we’ll arrange the rooming configuration accordingly. A single supplement is available on some tours for travelers who do not wish to share a room.
Is Norway accessible for travelers with disabilities?
Intrepid is committed to making travel widely accessible, regardless of ability or disability. That’s why we do our best to help as many people see the world as possible, regardless of any physical or mental limitations they might have. We’re always happy to talk to travelers with disabilities and see if we can help guide them towards the most suitable itinerary for their needs and, where possible, make reasonable adjustments to our itineraries.
Norway is a fairly accessible destination for people with restricted mobility and other disabilities and is actively working to be more accessible every day. In general, travelers with mobility or other restrictions should be aware that the weather can adversely affect accessible travel in Norway. During December, January and February, snow and ice can make even the most well-maintained sidewalk difficult to navigate.
New buildings are required to be accessible to wheelchair users, however many older buildings may not be accessible. Public buildings like museums that are not totally accessible will often have assistance buttons at their entrances that direct a member of staff to help you enter the building. Public transport is a mixed bag. While new trams, trains and stations are accessible to wheelchair users, some are not. If you’re traveling on a regional train, Tourism Norway recommends calling the train carrier at least 24 hours before your journey to ensure you will be accommodated. The boats that we use for cruising fjords in Norway are accessible to wheelchair users.
Metro trains, trams and buses in Norway are outfitted with PA systems that can be of assistance to travelers with restricted vision. Many trains, buses and trams in major cities will also have screens helpful to travelers with restricted hearing. Travelers who use battery-operated hearing aids should consider bringing a stash of extra batteries or familiarizing themselves with the Norwegian equivalent of the batteries their devices need.
If you have a disability and are planning to travel with Intrepid, we recommend speaking with your booking agent about specific concerns that pertain to accessibility.
Is it expensive to travel in Norway?
The perception of Norway as a prohibitively expensive country stops a lot of folks from booking a journey, despite how badly they want to see the country’s incredible landscapes.
For locals, the cost of most goods and services aren’t that expensive relative to wages. However, there is no denying that Norway is more expensive for travelers than many destinations in Europe and will require more thoughtful budgeting than a trip to, say, Romania.
Prices of basic items like metro tickets, beer and takeaway meals will likely be higher than you would normally pay at home. There are, however, ways of making a trip to Norway a little easier on your bank account. Shopping at supermarkets for lunch instead of dining out, traveling with a reusable water bottle and limiting your alcohol consumption are just a few.
Our trips in Norway tend to be light on included meals so that you can decide whether you’d prefer to grab a supermarket sandwich for lunch or sit down to eat somewhere. You’ll also have the benefit of a local leader to help you find deals and a well thought out itinerary, which means less chance for expensive impulse buys.
Embracing friluftsliv, a Norwegian word that loosely translates as a way of life that prioritizes time spent in nature, is the best way to reduce the cost of your trip. Basically, if you’re after an adventure where you can eat world-class cuisine all day and party all night, Norway might not be the right destination for you right now. But if you’re interested in unforgettable views, catching sight of the Northern Lights or hiking under the midnight sun, Norway may just be the best travel experience you’ve ever had.
Do I need to purchase travel insurance before traveling?
Absolutely. All passengers traveling with Intrepid are required to purchase travel insurance before the start of their trip. Your travel insurance details will be recorded by your leader on the first day of the trip. Due to the varying nature, availability and cost of health care around the world, travel insurance is very much an essential and necessary part of every journey.
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The World Health Organisation also provides useful health information.
Does my trip support The Intrepid Foundation?
Yes, all Intrepid trips support the Intrepid Foundation. In fact, we make a donation on behalf of every traveler. Trips to this country directly support our global Intrepid Foundation partner, Eden Reforestation Projects.
Eden Reforestation Projects
Eden Reforestation Projects are helping to mitigate climate change by restoring forests worldwide; they also hire locally and create job opportunities within vulnerable communities. Donations from our trips support restoration across planting sites in 10 countries around the globe.
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9 Day Norway Tour of Oslo, Bergen, Geiranger and Lillehammer
9 days, 1 country and 9 cities
8 Breakfasts, 1 Welcome Reception, 5 Dinners
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Relax into the simplicity of life along the king and queen of the fjords. Soak up the cosmopolitan vibe of Oslo and the Hanseatic heritage of Bergen as you travel through some of the most spectacular scenery on earth, including views of continental Europe's largest glacier. Viking tales and a visit to a winter Olympics hub round off this epic Norway trip.
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Explore Oslo with a Local Specialist
Visit Hardangerfjord, Geirangerfjord, a medieval Stave Church and Vigeland Sculpture Park in Oslo
View Voringfoss, Steinsdalsfoss, Haakon's Hall in Bergen, Akershus, the Opera and Royal Palace in Oslo
See Sognefjord, Boyabreen Glacier and Hamar Olympic ice arena
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- HC Helen · 17th July 2023 Loved the tour and destinations visited. Trip date: July 2023
- MP Mary · 19th September 2022 Norway was beautiful! The Guide and driver were excellent. This was our first bus tour. Moving nightly was a bit much, but each hotel was unique and the food was excellent except for one optional tour. Trip date: September 2022
- HR Heather · 9th August 2022 Excellent thanks for the memories!!! Trip date: July 2022
- RA Roger · 8th June 2022 Our tour guide, Øivind, could not have been better. He was very knowledgeable and very organized. Accommodations were top notch. Food was fantastic: buffet breakfasts and either 3 course meal or buffet dinner. Sites were incredible. Highly recommend... Show more Trip date: May 2022
- PS Patricia · 1st June 2022 Communication excellent. Lovely trip. Trip date: May 2022
- CU Carol · 19th August 2019 Fantastic tour!! We had rain in the beginning and end but that could not be helped. Would love to go on another Globus tour of Norway!! Trip date: August 2019
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PCS Sula Open is played under breathtaking scenery of Norwegian fjords and it is a combination of two high level tournaments - the Sula Open and the PCS Open, picking the best of both. Awesome disc golf destination just a short bus/ferry drive from Ålesund international airport. In 2021, the event will be part of DGPT as well, welcoming the best players in the World. Put a red sticker into your calendar, so you do not miss this great tournament in the peak of Nordic summer.