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Cheap Flights to Norway from €18.39
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Cheap flights to Norway provide an opportunity to explore this North European country decorated with white mountain tops, shimmering steamy waterfalls, and eye-catching fjords. Norway is a country every traveller should visit, not only to admire exquisite beauty of local nature but to also get acquainted with Norway’s rich history, culture, and colourful architecture.
Preparing for the trip
Lithuanian citizens that are planning to visit Norway on their holiday trip may do this without a visa. There are also no compulsory vaccination requirements for entering the country. However, it is recommended to renew your vaccinations against diphtheria and tetanus if that is necessary.
Transportation and travel charges
The best way to travel across Norway is by car, as local roads are well-maintained. This way, you will also be able to plan and set your own travel route as well as stop to admire charming sights. However, you should remember that many roads are subject to taxes and therefore, everyone who is keen on road travel should buy a tax card for the taxes to be automatically charged.
You could also choose to use public transport – inter-city buses or trains – that will let you explore and admire the most striking places in the country. Ferries or ships will also probably be needed and useful during your travels.
You can pay for your purchases using the official local currency, the Norwegian krone (NOK). One krone is equal to approximately 0.11 euro. The standard of living in Norway is high and prices are also much higher than in Lithuania. For example, you can have breakfast for 150 kroner and buy lunch for about 220. You can order a glass of local beer for about 80 kroner, while a single public transport ticket will cost you approximately 32.
Best return gifts choices
In order to better demonstrate Norway’s beauty, consider gifting your loved ones with a painting of the majestic Norwegian fjords. Traditional troll or Viking statuettes that symbolise Norwegian folklore are also a great choice. If you wish to bring something lovely back from your journey, consider purchasing a traditional Norwegian wool sweater decorated with northern motifs. Everyone who has a sweet tooth will appreciate marzipan cookies and salty liquorice sweets salmiakki.
Flights to Norway are perfect for people who love nature, as during a holiday in this country you will be able to visit gorgeous waterfall sites and fjords, and spend you’re free time actively while skiing or mountain climbing. You should also not miss out on taking a closer look at Norwegian history and culture and comparing Baroque buildings with the ones that were built recently, like the Oslo Opera House.
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