MANY TRAVEL OPTIONS
If you want to travel to the land of the fjords, you usually have to choose the right means of transport, which we have put together for you in an overview. Many travelers opt for their own car or mobile home. In addition to the car, however, you also have the option of reaching the large network of Norwegian airports by direct flight or transfer connections.
YOU HAVE THE CHOICE
Rail travel across other Scandinavian countries, such as B. Denmark and Sweden are attractive entry options to get to know more of the north. Talk to us, we will be happy to advise you and put together an individual package for you. Norway is short for NOR by abbreviationfinder.
BY CAR OR MOBILE HOME
One of the most popular ways to get to Norway is still by car or mobile home in combination with a ferry crossing. Depending on the destination, there are different fast ferry crossings from z. B. from Kiel to Oslo, from the Danish Hirtshals to Kristiansand or from Hirtshals to Stavanger or Bergen as well as from Frederikshavn to Oslo to choose. Here you will find more information about ferry travel to Norway with your own car or camper.
BY FERRY OR SHIP
There are various ways of entering Norway by sea. To take your own vehicle with you, you can choose from various ferry lines from / to Northern Germany or Denmark. You can either get to Norway directly or you first travel to Sweden by ferry and then by land. Of course, you are also free to book the pure crossing without taking your car or mobile home and to continue the journey by rental car or other means of transport. Here you can find information and prices for ferry trips or find out more about ferries to Norway and all of Scandinavia.
You can reach Norway all year round with scheduled flights from many airports. Scheduled flights usually take place (several times) a day. International flights land at Oslo Gardermoen, Bergen, Stavanger, Trondheim and Kristiansand airports. From here, the other airports and places in the country can be reached with domestic flights. We will be happy to check the current prices and book your flight to the north. Information and details on the current flight plan can be found here: Information / flight plan (subject to change).
CUSTOMS REGULATIONS FOR ENTRY
Travelers are allowed to import the following goods up to a maximum value limit of NOK 6,000 (stay outside Norway for more than 24 hours before entry) duty-free and duty-free. Further information on entry requirements can be found on the website of the Norwegian customs authorities.
Alcoholic beverages – maximum levels
– Spirits over 22 vol.% – 60 vol.%: 1 l
– wine over 2.5 vol.% – 22 vol.%: 1.5 l
– beer (including strong beer) over 2.5 vol.% Or alcopops or cider over 2.5 vol.% – 4.7 vol.%: 2 l
Possible import combinations
– 1 l of spirits + 1.5 l of wine (2 bottles) + 2 l of beer (6 x 0.33 l) + 200 cigarettes or 250g of other tobacco products and 200 sheets of cigarette paper or
– 3 l of wine (4 bottles) + 2 l of beer (6 x 0.33 l) + 200 cigarettes or 250 g of other tobacco products and 200 sheets of cigarette paper or
– 5 l of beer (19 x 0.33 l) + 200 cigarettes or 250 g of other tobacco products and 200 sheets of cigarette paper
Alcohol and alcoholic beverages may only be imported by people over the age of 18. The age limit for importing alcoholic beverages with an alcohol content of more than 22 percent by volume is 20 years
Travelers over 18 years of age:
– 200 cigarettes or
– 250 grams of other tobacco products (e.g. chewing tobacco)
– an additional 200 sheets of cigarette paper
For your personal consumption and use, you are currently (as of November 2018) allowed to bring the following goods from European Union defined by countryaah:
– up to 10 kg of meat, meat products and cheese
– up to 10 kg of fruit, berries and vegetables, but no potatoes
– up to 3 kg of bulbs and tubers
– up to 25 pieces of cut flowers
– up to 50 sachets of seeds
Import bans or only with a special permit
– Drugs, toxins and medicines (small amounts of medicines for personal use are allowed)
– Alcohol and alcoholic beverages with more than 60% alcohol by volume
– Weapons and ammunition
– Mammals, birds and exotic animals
– Plants or Parts of plants intended for cultivation
– meat and meat products, milk and milk products from countries outside the EEA
Further information on entry requirements can be found on the website of the Norwegian customs authorities.