Norway

 

Traveling to Norway soon? No need to tell you that this is one of the most expensive countries in the world. Saving a little money would be great and therefore I recommend you buying a sim card in Norway. Save on high roaming costs and don't let slow data roaming packages fool you as they often reduce internet speed. Also the prepaid sim cards in Norway are NOT that expensive. Totally worth getting one.

Flying to Oslo soon? Avoid high roaming costs and buy a sim card for traveling in Norway at Oslo Airport. I did the research for you and I can tell you it is easy and quick, if things are open! In this blog you can read all about my experiences getting a sim card at Oslo Airport on arrival.

Interested to know what is the best Norway sim card for tourists click on the link to read my complete guide.

Last February 2019 I finally made it to Norway, unofficially country number 100 and decided to visit Kristiansand in winter. Why choose Oslo when you can also travel to Kristiansand? It turned out to be a great choice as I had an amazing time. This was also due to Clarion Hotel Ernst Kristiansand where I stayed while traveling around Southern Norway.

 

Visit Kristiansand in winter? Yes why not? It is simple, when everyone goes right, I tend to go left. So why not? It was my first time in Norway and I did not just want to see Oslo, I also wanted to travel through Norway a little and see some more than only the capital.

 

Experiencing the Aurora Borealis, the Northern Lights, is topping the bucketlist of many travelers. It was on top of mine for a couple of years, until I decided to just go for it. Destinations where you can spot the Northern Lights are not the cheapest, but it is worth every penny, trust me. These tips for chasing the Northern Lights in Tromso will help you making the most of this epic travel adventure.