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Major cities and airports in Norway

  1. Oslo – Oslo Airport, Gardermoen
  2. Bergen – Bergen Airport, Flesland
  3. Stavanger – Stavanger Airport, Sola
  4. Trondheim – Trondheim Airport, Værnes
  5. Tromsø – Tromsø Airport, Langnes
  6. Kristiansand – Kristiansand Airport, Kjevik
  7. Ålesund – Ålesund Airport, Vigra
  8. Molde – Molde Airport, Årø
  9. Bodø – Bodø Airport
  10. Harstad/Narvik – Harstad/Narvik Airport, Evenes

Time and Communication

Norway is in the Central European Time (CET) zone, which is UTC+1. The country observes daylight saving time, switching to Central European Summer Time (CEST) which is UTC+2. The main mobile operators in Norway are Telenor, Telia, and ice. The country has excellent cell phone coverage and call quality, including in remote and rural areas.

Money and shopping

The local currency in Norway is the Norwegian krone (NOK). The exchange rate to the US dollar varies. Payments in other currencies are generally not accepted. Payment by bank cards is common throughout the country, with Visa and Mastercard being widely accepted. American Express may not be accepted in some places. Currency exchange offices can be found in major cities, airports, and banks, with varying operating hours.


In Norway, common transportation options include buses, trams, trains, and ferries. Intercity buses and trains are popular for traveling between cities, while local buses and trams are available in urban areas. Ferries are an essential mode of transportation for reaching coastal towns and islands. Renting a car is a popular option for tourists who want to explore the country at their own pace.

Touristic attractions

  • Fjords: Norway is famous for its stunning fjords, such as Geirangerfjord and Nærøyfjord, both of which are UNESCO World Heritage sites.
  • Bergen: This picturesque coastal city is known for its historic Bryggen Wharf, the Fløibanen funicular, and its gateway to the fjords.
  • Oslo: The capital city offers attractions such as the Vigeland Sculpture Park, the Viking Ship Museum, and the modern Oslo Opera House.
  • Northern Lights: Norway is an ideal destination to witness the breathtaking natural phenomenon of the Northern Lights, particularly in Tromsø and the Lofoten Islands during winter months.
  • Stavanger: This charming coastal city is home to the Norwegian Petroleum Museum and serves as a starting point for the famous hike to Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock), which offers stunning views of the Lysefjord.
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