Cheap flights to Norway
Flights to Norway
Reasons To Visit Norway
The nation of Norway stretches along the Arctic Ocean and is known for its incredible unspoiled landscape and many natural wonders, making it an ideal destination for adventurous travelers. If you are looking to go out and explore the many natural sights of Norway, you may consider going on a tour to see the famous Northern Lights, with the city of Tromso one of the most popular bases. You may also consider visiting the Lofoten Archipelago which is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts and even has perpetual daylight during the summer months. If you are looking for a city getaway then you will want to explore the many wonders of Oslo, the capital of Norway. The city is home to some stunning works of architecture such as the Royal Palace and also offers a world-class collection of museums and art galleries for culture lovers.
Where to stay in Norway: Ratings and booking information for hotels from Oslo to Tromso for every budget
Arriving In Norway
Oslo Airport is the busiest airport serving Norway situated around 35 km away from the center of Oslo, the capital of the country. Currently Oslo Airport is the only airport in Norway handling direct flights from the UAE. The airport is set within a single terminal complex and offers an excellent selection of amenities and facilities to suit the needs of travelers including a wide selection of shops, duty-free shopping and many cafés and eateries. There are a number of ways to travel from the airport into the center of Oslo including on the Flytoget train network which takes only 20 minutes, although there are a number of alternatives including buses and taxis.
If you are looking to book flights from the UAE to Norway, it will be possible to travel directly to Oslo out of Dubai. Currently Emirates is the only airline operating flights on this route, with all flights leaving from Dubai International Airport.
Norway Travel Information
Norway is a part of the Schengen Area which enables UAE nationals to enter the country for up to 90 days on a visa free basis. In general the weather in Norway is very cold over the winter period when you can expect plenty of snowfall, although over the summer temperatures can get surprisingly warm with average highs often exceeding 20 degrees between June and August. Don’t forget that Norway does not utilize the euro as its currency unlike the majority of EU nations, so you will instead need to change up your money to the Norwegian krone.
* This information is correct as of December 2017
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