Norway is one of the most beautiful countries on our planet; however, trips to Norway don’t necessarily have to be crazy expensive. Nature is what makes Norway outstanding and we would most certainly suggest visiting Norway to enjoy the sights, scenery and Northern Lights! You will find below the Top 5 Travel Tips to Norway!
Travel Tips to Norway
To get the most of your trip to Norway, you should know a few things. These travel tips to Norway will come in handy!
1. Way of traveling
This is a very important travel tip to Norway! Renting a car in Norway is expensive, so joining a group tour or taking the train is a viable and affordable option. The legendary Norway in a Nutshell Tour takes you through Norway’s most breathtaking UNESCO-protected fjord and mountain scenery. From the scenic train, you can jump on a cruise and soak up the rugged beauty of the fjords and glacial wonders. As always, navigating around a country gets a bit easier when you know a little bit of the local language. having a few key phrases in one of the three languages of Norway, is a sure way to give yourself a leg up in your travel
2. Packing tips
Dress warm, even in summer. It’s best if you pack clothes for all weather conditions, including for wet and dry and warm and cold. You also definitely to clothe yourself in layers. Sunny days in the summer can be cool if your are staying in northern Norway, but, can be warm if you’re not too far north.
Traveling is safe in Norway, but beware of pickpockets in Oslo. Norway is known for its low level of crime and violent crime.
4. Best Travel Tips to Norway: When to go
Traveling in the summer is excellent when the endless hours of daylight give you a lot of time to explore the country. The winters in Norway are cold and long, but winter is the best time to see the legendary northern lights and the white snowy landscapes.
5. Independent Norway travel or tour
There are many different ways to travel to Norway. You can choose to partake in a guided Norway bus tour or travel independently and join some local tours.
Some of the destinations in Norway are quite remote, and it is not safe to travel without someone who knows how to travel there safely. On the other hand, if you prefer having it all for yourself, Norway gives you as much solitude as you need when going independently.
If you are an experienced traveler, you can fully enjoy the freedom of being independent from a group; however, if you are new to travel, a guided tour of Norway is not only an excellent introduction to seeing the country, but could be less costly as well.
If you want to have a company to travel with, joining a tour helps you make new friends. Many companies offers a wide selection of Norway tours, both independent and escorted for you to choose from depending on your need for adventure, experience, interests, budget, and lifestyle.
Enjoy, Norway, this exceptionally beautiful country!