A visit to Norway is one of the best places in the world that you can go on a tour, and this is because of the many amazing and beautiful attractions all over the country. The the only thing that can impend your Norway tour is because it is costly, and many people are unable and visit because their budget can not sponsor the tour but it is advisable to try and visit Norway. A tour to Norway is soon amazing as you will be able to see many attractive things that will make good memories in the mind for the whole of your lifetime.
A visit Norway is made easier as almost every speaks fluent to English and therefore there will be no problems with language barriers as you can communicate with all of them. Weather conditions in Norway changes rapidly and also there are different seasons. Many people who have paid Norway a visit have success stories of the things that they saw.
There are numerous things that you should know before you go on a tour to Norway and to start with we have that the weather in Norway is frigid, and you are therefore required to carry with you heavy and warm clothes and also clothes that are waterproof for wearing during the rains. You should also not over speed in Norway past the limit of 80 kilometers per hour as the penalties will be too heavy for you when you get caught.
You should always drive with dipped lights even during the bright summers, and also you should be careful when you are on the road to avoid hitting sheep and moose as they cross the road unexpectedly. Another condition of driving is that you should not drive when you are drunk to avoid penalties as there is a limit that is comparable to a glass of wine. Many things in Norway are very expensive and you are therefore needed to look for a good ways of reducing these costs for example using local transport and also eating a little amount of food.
Another thing that you should know is that for those who love what you do camping, it is allowed in Norway but you are supposed to avoid camping on private lands and also on cultivated lands. Many shops and outlets including hotels are closed on Sundays in Norway, and therefore you should always ensure that you do your shopping early enough before Sunday to avoid instances where you will find all the shops closed. Since the price of food in Norway is so high, you should try to take some things that you can use in cooking with you to help you avoid these extra costs.