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Miscellaneous: Well, if you plan to visit Norway you shall bring LOTS OF money and be sure that your credit card is working. Norway is a very expensive country and you will notice it after your first visit, but it doesnt mean that Norway is a bad country.
Written Jun 9, 2012
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Wear layers, tshirt, jumper or fleece, waterproof jacket
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: take as much as you with you that you think youl'll need, especially medicines, as not many people speak English and everything is VERY expensive in the shops
Written Jun 23, 2011
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: I would highly recommend to take a warm sweater, water and wind resistant jacket and a pair of some light leather gloves. If you are planning to do some climbing on the rocks - good shoes would be very helpful.
Written Jun 22, 2011
Luggage and bags: wateproof rucksack liner especially if your luggage is going to be in transit often!
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: -woolen socks are a must-( if you do the tours like husky sledging, snow mobiling or staying at the ice hotel these are usually provided as part of the price)
-waterproof well insulated boots (again - these are generally provided by activity centres for excursions like husky sledging)
-thermal base layer
-woolen / thermal hat
-scarf or even better a thermal neck warmer
- thin jumper ( mid layer between thermal base layer and fleece)
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: toiletries are expensive in Norway so bring your own!
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Be prepared : the weather changes very fast in Tromsoe and so we started our walk across the large bridge in quite a good weather, but we could see the nasty weather already in the distance and it reached us some time before we had crossed the bridge and were able to find shelter under the roof of the Ice-cathedral.
And then, just some minutes later we had a wonderful sunshine again...
For your stay in Tromsoe:
Click here for weatherforecast & webcams from Tromsoe
Updated May 12, 2010
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: We traveled to Norway the beginning of March, Oslo offered mild temperatures and very WET snow, slush everywhere.. no wonder the Norwegians all wear rubber boots, you need to if you want to stay dry!!!
Bergen offered mild temperatures and lots of rain.. considering it's on the west coast (As is Stavanger) be prepared for some rain!!
Pack water proof gear, jackets and mits.. umbrellas, yes, even rubber boots in the snow.. it's so wet you will soak through if you are doing lots of walking!!
Updated Mar 11, 2009
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Allround weather clothes
Miscellaneous: What will the weather be like in June 17th at 4:09 pm? What clothes to pack?
I get similar questions often, and this is what I answere:
The thumb of rule is that there is no thumb of rule. Coastal weather is impossible to predict here in Norway as elsewhere. It will always be a gamble no matter what time of the year it is, and the odds make no difference if you don't hit them. If you are lucky, you will have the trip of your life!! Many think that that alone is worth the gamble.
Welcome to Norway!
Written Feb 17, 2007
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: bring proper walking shoes if u plan to walk in the mountains (have seen tourist in city shoes and suits climing...not a good idea)
depending on the time of year and where in our long country....
winther: warm waterproof clothes and shoes
summer: windproof gear, swimsuit...etc
spring: anything fro tshirt to warm clothes
Miscellaneous: if u plan to drinkalot of wine, vodka etc or smoke cigarets make sure u bring some with u from the taxfree befor arriving since we got high taxes on these things
(ps! dont by beers in the most touristy places...the charge nearly double...find the local)
Updated Mar 16, 2006
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: whenn i get visitors from abroad in wintertime they always freeze their...off
no wonder since they use alot of cotton or acrylic etc
the thing to use is wool wool wool :-)))
get longjohns and top of wool to have closes to ur body..nothing else or u will be cold
and not to forget thin woolen socks maybe two....
layers are important...it makes it easier to keep warm
wind and waterproof jacket are a must ..not thick thick ones , its easier to do layer because the temprature might change from anything from minus 30 celsius to pluss 10 , when its windy its always colder than the termostat say
good shoes very important if you are here to see the country and not sit in the hotelbar :-)
Miscellaneous: winter: keyword is wool
summer: keyword is wind/waterproof and layers
Updated Mar 16, 2006
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: It's raining (almost) every day, as more you go north and inland it is less raining.
At night it can get freezing. Take clothes accordingly. Good shoes is a must.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Bring with you as much duty free as you can, everything will cost you double in local stores & pharmacies.
Photo Equipment: If use use films, bring them in advance from where ever you come, everywhere else in the world they must be cheaper ;)
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: As the prices of hotels are high as the Norwegian mountains, camping is very common and popular. Have a list of the camping places and you will find them a long the 1000 kilometres long roads of Norway.
Good tents & sleeping bags; we always go to camp on the higher mountains, the mosquitos do not like the cold and then you can sleep batter at night and get back to the fjords in the daytime.
Miscellaneous: Oh Yeh, Money, and lots of it...:-)
Updated Jan 15, 2006
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