Wednesday, 17 June 2015

Money-Saving Tips for Norway

Many people avoid taking a trip to Norway because it is expensive. While it is true that this is not a budget friendly destination and frugal travelers have a hard time saving money in the country, it is a beautiful place and there are a few ways that you can save a little bit of money if you decide to visit.

Money-Saving Tips for Norway

Some travelers put Norway on their bucket list so they can do it when they are older yet this country is so awesome that you will want to visit it at least once while you are younger. Norwegians are awesome in general and they speak English well.

You will find sailing around the fjords in the north amazing and you even have the option of stopping over in Sweden or some of the other nearby countries to see what they have to offer too.


Cook Your Food – Foods is expensive in Norway, so to cut expenses it can be ideal to cook your own food. When grocery shopping just avoid purchasing fresh vegetables and whole chicken fillets as they are going to cost you. Additionally, make sure you avoid eating out at all costs.

Eat Cheaply – If you have to eat out, go for shwarma and pizza. This way you will only be spending about $10.

Camp – If you want to avoid spending money at hotel, consider camping. You can camp in parks and public lands free as long as you have a tent available.

Money-Saving Tips for Norway

Purchase a Tourism Card – Visiting attractions in this country can cost you a lot, thanks to the exchange rate. If you want to make the most out of your trip, it is recommended that you get a city tourism card to take advantage of free admissions and transportation.

Book as Early as Possible – If you are able to book in advance, you can save 50% on train and bus tickets. When you purchase at the last minute you will be turned off by the prices, especially if you have many attractions that you want to see.

Money-Saving Tips for Norway

Avoid Drinking – Norwegians love partying, however, you can expect to pay about $7 per drink, if you want to try to keep up with them.

Money-Saving Tips for Norway

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