Do you dream of exploring the incredible nature of Norway, seeing the blue fjords with your own eyes, or get close to an authentic stave church? You’re in the right place, because The Norway Guide is about all things Norway, including tourist travel tips, guides for moving to Norway, and posts about Norwegian life and culture.
This is the #1 place for any Norway lover, no matter if you are planning a trip in the next months, are already in Norway and need some help, or just want to learn more about this beautiful country.
What’s a better place to begin increasing your Norway knowledge than in our selection of the newest posts? This is a good mix of all types of posts, from cultural insight to travel tips and practical knowledge.
Newest posts on The Norway Guide:
- What Are Valid IDs in Norway? All You Need To Know!
- Værøy, Lofoten Travel Guide: The Idyllic Lofoten Island
- Childcare & Preschool Options in Norway (Detailed 2023 Guide)
- Use The Ferries To Lofoten For Free: Full Guide
- Is There a Sales Tax (VAT) In Norway? Full Answer!
- Gunnarsholmen Fortress (& Infinity Pool) in Kragerø: Full Travel Guide
- Can You Book a Hotel at 18 in Norway? The Details
- Former Norway PM Erna Solberg’s Husband Traded Unannounced Stocks During Her PM Reign
- Visiting Lofoten Without a Car: Is it Possible?
Make your dream vacation to Norway a reality!
Are you dreaming of visiting Norway for your next vacation? You’re not alone!
We have several million foreign tourists every year, and Norway is rapidly becoming a very popular tourist destination for both solo travelers looking for amazing experiences, couples looking to explore the beautiful nature, and families who want to take advantage of all the incredible things Norway has to offer.
We hope that you will be able to use The Norway Guide for inspiration and finding information for your next trip to Norway.
The amazing nature in Norway
One of the most amazing things about Norway is the nature. The freedom to roam principle allows anyone to travel freely in nature without being concerned with who owns the ground, and even allows anyone to pitch a tent anywhere in nature.
This allows you to experience the pristine nature of Norway in any way you like. There are plenty of opportunities to go on guided tours at the most popular natural tourist attractions, or just grab your backpack and go hiking all by yourself in one of the many national parks.
The nature in Norway ranges from incredible fjords in the west, insane mountains in the north, temperate beaches in the south, to humongous forest areas in the east. There’s something for everyone in Norway, no matter if you prefer relaxed nature experiences near major cities, or want to go on multiple day hikes in places like Jotunheimen.
Ready to learn about Norwegian culture?
Norwegian culture is something special, and most tourists are surprised by how different many things are in Norway compared to in other European countries or even the US. Let’s take a deep-dive into different Norwegian cultural phenomena!
You are guaranteed to learn a lot about Norwegian culture, ranging from the reason why many foreigners find Norwegians to be “cold”, to what the Norwegian public school system is like.
These articles are great for people who want to study in Norway, plan on moving to Norway in the future, or just want to prepare themselves for the Norwegian culture before a trip here.
Latest Norwegian news
Catch up on the latest news from Norway! There are no English newspaper about Norwegian news, but we’re updating you on the most important things that are happening in Norway.
Who we are at The Norway Guide
The Norway Guide is a small family business where we aim to showcase some of the most amazing places in Norway. We hope to be able to educate people as to why they should consider Norway, while at the same time giving valuable information to people who are already planning a trip to our country.
Don’t hesitate to reach out to us if you got any questions or remarks! We’re open to suggestions for places and idea to cover in our upcoming posts.