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An absolute gem of a country that we fell in love with. One of the best things about Norway is the hiking culture here. Whether you are an experienced hiker or just a beginner, there is something for everyone. We particularly enjoyed the stunning hikes in Stavanger and Oslo, with their scenic routes and breathtaking views. And of course, no trip to Norway would be complete without hiking to the world-famous Pulpit Rock, which offers some of the most spectacular views of the fjords. The scenery in Norway is simply breathtaking. Every corner you turn, you are greeted with jaw-dropping landscapes, picturesque villages, and serene lakes. From the rugged coastline to the majestic mountains, there is no shortage of stunning places to explore. Norway truly is a place that every traveler should have on their bucket list.

Things to See and Do in Norway

Pulpit Rock
The Northern Lights
Lofoten Islands
Viking Ship Museum in Oslo
Akershus Fortress
Oslo Opera House


On the Rock

Typical Costs When Travelling


  • Hostels: The average price for a dorm bed in a hostel is around 200-300 NOK (about 20-30 USD) per night.
  • Budget Hotels: The average price for a budget hotel is around 800-1200 NOK (about 80-120 USD) per night.
  • Airbnb/ Vacation Rentals: The average price for an entire apartment or house is around 1000-2000 NOK (about 100-200 USD) per night.


  • Street Food: There are food trucks and stalls all over Norway offering affordable meals, such as hot dogs and sandwiches, for around 50-100 NOK (about 5-10 USD).
  • Supermarkets: Buying food at supermarkets can save you money. A typical meal for one person can cost around 50-100 NOK (about 5-10 USD).
  • Restaurants: Eating out at restaurants can be expensive, with prices ranging from 200-500 NOK (about 20-50 USD) per meal.


  • Public Transportation: The price of a single ticket on public transportation in Norway varies from city to city but typically costs around 35-60 NOK (about 4-7 USD).
  • Car Rental: Renting a car in Norway can be expensive, with prices starting at around 500-700 NOK (about 50-70 USD) per day.
  • Train/Bus: Taking a train or bus is a more affordable option, with prices ranging from 100-300 NOK (about 10-30 USD) for a one-way ticket.

Overall, a budget traveler can expect to spend around 1000-1500 NOK (about 100-150 USD) per day on accommodation, food, and transportation in Norway. However, prices may vary depending on the season and location.

Money Saving Tips

Travel during the off-season Norway's peak tourist season is during the summer months (June-August), which can be more expensive. Consider traveling during the shoulder seasons (May or September) or winter months (December-February) when prices are typically lower.
Cook your meals Eating out in Norway can be expensive, so consider cooking your meals to save money. Many hostels and Airbnb have kitchens that you can use to prepare your own meals.
Take advantage of free activities Norway has many free activities, such as hiking and exploring the great outdoors. Take advantage of these free activities to save money on entertainment.
Purchase a Bergen Card or Oslo Pass If you plan on visiting multiple museums or attractions in Bergen or Oslo, consider purchasing a Bergen Card or Oslo Pass. These cards provide free admission to many attractions and discounts on others.