Travel to Norway
Norway is an interesting country which you need to travel to.
Not only is Oslo the capital city, but it is also one of the most visited tourist destinations by far.
There are other major cities like Bergen, Trondheim, Stavanger and many others where you can travel during your trip to Norway.
During your travels around Norway, you can try Kjøttkaker, Lefse, Klippfisk, Pinnekjøtt, Raspeballer and other local food.
Norway has more than two international airports where you can arrive from anywhere in the world. And the largest ones you can arrive at are Oslo Gardermoen Airport (OSL), Stavanger Airport Sola (SVG), Bergen Airport Flesland (BGO), Trondheim Airport Værnes (TRD), Sandefjord Airport, Torp (TRF), Ålesund Airport (AES), Kristiansand Airport (KRS), Haugesund Airport (HAU), Tromsø Airport (TOS), Harstad/Narvik Airport, Evenes (EVE), Molde Airport (MOL), Bodø Airport (BOO), Kristiansund Airport (Kvernberget) (KSU), Kirkenes Airport (Høybuktmoen) (KKN), Alta Airport (ALF), Svalbard Airport, Longyear (LYR), Båtsfjord Airport (BJF), Berlevåg Airport (BVG), Bardufoss Airport (BDU), Leirin Airport (VDB), Florø Airport (FRO), Hammerfest Airport (HFT), Hasvik Airport (HAA), Valan Airport (HVG), Leknes Airport (LKN), Mehamn Airport (MEH), Mosjøen Airport (Kjærstad) (MJF), Banak Airport (LKL), Narvik Framnes Airport (NVK), Namsos Høknesøra Airport (OSY).
If you arrive at Oslo Gardermoen Airport (OSL) in Oslo, which is also the biggest airport in the country, and you’re going to any other city, no worries. Norway is well connected so it takes several hours to reach other cities.
Norway accepts Norwegian krone (NOK). Therefore, we advise you to exchange money before your trip for the best rates.
Norway has a population of 5.43 million residents.
The only official language in Norway is Norwegian. However, travelers will also commonly hear Scandoromani as they are the languages of the largest international communities within Norway.
Sweden, Finland, Russia, the Barents Sea, the Norwegian Sea, the North Sea, Skagerrak share borders with Norway.
The climate in Norway is warm summer continental, similar to other countries in that part of the world. If you are considering a visit to Norway during the summertime, then you don’t need to pack warm clothes with you as the weather is usually nice and balmy. Although if you are coming in August you might want to take a light jacket with you as it can get a bit chilly in the evenings. Nevertheless, when you’re going to Norway we recommend you to check the weather forecast before your trip so you can pack appropriate clothes.