Norway is without doubt one of the best countries in the world. I was fortunate enough to have visited in March of this year, it was country 197/197 for me so it will always be a special place. I had an action packed week with my family and friends as we saw and experienced so much of this amazing country. The one thing I should warn you about is that even though it is truly amazing, I was blown away by how much things can cost there. For example, a pint of beer will cost you at least 14 US Dollars wherever you go! Don’t let that put you off though because I genuinely believe that Norway should be on everyone’s list of places to visit.
So obviously there’s loads to in the great outdoors when you’re on holiday in Norway, but there are also some pretty fantastic things to do inside as well. Sometimes the weather can be pretty cold outside, especially if you’re in the North of the country so there’s no harm spending a little time inside experiencing some new fun.
Have a flutter
I mentioned just now that it is expensive when you’re in Norway, so why not try to win some money when you’re there? You can do this in any of the new casinos or simply by playing an online casino. Online casino games are great fun and the perfect way to pass the time when it’s ice cold outside! You can play for real money too, but make sure you read some reviews before you do. Who knows, you might win enough and upgrade your hotel room..
Enjoy the culture
It’s always a good idea to make your way to some of the country’s best museums and galleries. Oslo is a real culture hub and you have no end of choices there – one of my favourites is the Kon-Tiki museum in Oslo. The best thing about the museums is that they are perfect for all ages and holiday makers.
Eat, Drink, Repeat
If you love food then you’re going to love Norway! They have some of the best restaurants I have been to – because they aren’t the cheapest you will always get a good level of service and fantastic food. If you’re in the north of the county, in the Arctic, you’ll even be able to taste reindeer. Then there are the bars and the locals love a beer, so head down there and make some new friends!