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Hotels in Norway

Hotels in Norway

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This country has so much to offer with a hotel to suit every budget

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Whatever kind of holiday you fancy Norway will have something for you

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The Important Stuff

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Currency

Norwegian Krone

Languages

The most commonly spoken language is Norwegian.

Fun Facts

Norway is home to the Laerdal tunnel, the longest road tunnel in the world.

Local Time

1 hour ahead of UK Time

Frequently Asked Questions

Norway lies in the far north of Europe, but most of the country does not have an Arctic climate, with the south-west coastline having very similar weather to the UK. Oslo, in the east, experiences warm summers that run from around May to September, but the best time to see the Northern Lights is between September and March. If you are looking for a skiing holiday, the season begins in November and runs until around early April, depending on the snow.
Find a hotel in Oslo for a taste of Norwegian history and culture. The Viking Ship Museum features vessels from the ninth century, while at the Oslo Museum you can see the Kon-Tiki log raft used to cross the Pacific in 1947. There are lots of good restaurants and art galleries in the Aker Brygge district by the harbour, as well as several green parks in which to relax throughout the city.There are some great family hotels in Bergen, gateway to the famous fjords. Children will love the funicular ride up Mount Floyen and the playground at the top. Once there you can take the troll trail, which features trolls carved into wood. Elsewhere in Bergen the KODE museum features the best in Norwegian art, including Munch and Dahl, and has child-friendly, interactive exhibitions.Couples should look for hotels in Svalbard for one of the best spots to see the Northern Lights. The islands, half way between Norway and the North Pole, are well known for their rich wildlife and magical beauty. There are nature reserves, national parks and bird sanctuaries to visit, as well as the northernmost sushi restaurant in the world.If you’re looking for outdoor adventure sports, choose a hotel in Lillehammer. Summer activities on offer are mountain biking through the picturesque Skeikampen, horse riding in the Venabygdsfjellet mountain and even an elk safari. In winter, Lillehammer is the place to go for skiing, with a great range of resorts to suit enthusiasts, whatever their level.

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