LinaIm just simple Woman Who loves our planet and have å dream to travel IT twice around :) I love White wine and beautiful view...
Kristina🇫🇮🇧🇻 Young at heart although hair is getting grey (50 years). Love fresh air and being outdoors. ASD.
CaroFree spirit, adventurous and kinda funny. Loves a good laugh, baby goats, great conversations, poetry, concerts, traveling, high fives and good vibes.
Can host for 1 dayI’m 26, just delivered my masters degree in public health. I have 2 kids. I love hiking, social media and traveling
Can host for 7 daysIm a 23 years old student and part-time barista. I've taken a year of gender-studies and I'm currently studying norwegian in a second language perspective. I had my first international trip when I was 18 and have been hooked ever since. I love exploring and being exposed to new things and cultures, my favourite thing is getting to expand my comfort zone!
Can host for 3 daysHi! Im a 23 old student from Bergen, Norway currently living further North in Trondheim. I study arabic language and creative writing. Also, I have a bachelor in Middle Eastern history, as well as several subjects within psychology. I come from a big and social family with three brothers, a dog and two cats in additivene to my parents. I love traveling and to engange in the lokal communities in which I travel, both to Get in touch with new people and make friends, but also to receive the best tips on where to eat and drink from those who know the place! Hopefully people will do the same when visiting Norway;)
TamHello, My name is Tam and I'm interested in languages, live music, solo travel, nature, animals, art, books, culture, cycling, games and education
EvinHey I‘m Evin :) I’m currently living in Norway for 3 months so I like to explore things and get to know more people
VictoriaHey!, My name is Victoria and I'm interested in architecture, books, food & cuisine, nature, sightseeing and solo travel
based on 9 experiences
Norway was my first international solo trip and it was amazing! Beautiful rugged landscapes, well-marked hiking trails, interesting culture, and everyone spoke English. It felt really safe to me (I was diligent and careful still), and everyone there was so friendly and helpful.Posted: May 19, 2023
Norway is STUNNING. I went to the Lofoten Islands up north, and I was in awe the entire time. I’m from Alaska, so I’m used to mountains and incredible nature. When I say I’ve never seen anything like Norway’s northern mountainous islands, you can believe I mean business. Absolutely beautiful, and it’s so easy to navigate and get around—people speak English everywhere!Posted: May 8, 2023
Norway is absolutely gorgeous. I've been there 4 times, coincidentally once in each season. For cities, I recommend Oslo for the Viking Museum and the Munch Museum, Bergen and Stavenger for the panorama and Trømso for the northern lights and learning about the Sami people.Posted: December 6, 2022
I loved Oslo. I stayed on an island in Oslo and the host had kayaks: absolutely fantastic experience and host. I took ferries to islands, went to the Nobel Peace Museum, went to the Frogner Park, even did the Norway in a Nutshell tour which hadn't been the plan but it was amazing. My host encouraged it. I don't usually do tours but it was a fantastic way to make sure I saw fjords and waterfalls and included train, ferry, bus, etc.Posted: November 28, 2022
Itinerary: Day 1: Oslo Day 2: Bergen Day 3: Bergen Day 4: Stavanger Day 5: Oslo Safety: It’s really really safe,especially the tourist places. Recommendations: Norway is a beautiful country with lovely people and amazing scenery.Posted: September 25, 2022
Itinerary: 3 nights in Oslo 1 night in Balestrand 4 nights in Bergen 1 night in Trondheim Safety: I felt totally safe. Recommendations: Norway is a very safe country, and most Norwegians speak pretty good EnglishPosted: September 25, 2022
Itinerary: Day 1: arrive in stavanger Day 2: stora stokkavanet and dalsnuten Day 3 and 4: lysenfjord Day 5: manafossen Day 6: magma geopark and trollpikken Day 7: stavanger Day 8: drive to bergen Day 9: stoltzen to sandviksfjellet, floyen Day 10: sherpa stairs Ulriken Day 11: Lovstakken, danmarksplass Day 12: hardanger scenic route drive Day 13: dronningstien Day 14: voringfossen Day 15: trolltunga Day 16: kjeasan mountain farm Day 17: kinsarvik to hardangervidda hike Safety: I felt extremely safe at all times. Recommendations: Norway is beautiful.Posted: September 25, 2022
Itinerary: 3 days in Bergen 2 days in Oslo Safety: I felt very safe. Recommendations: Norway is very safe and almost everyone knows English.Posted: September 25, 2022
Norway is a country with amazing nature. Lofoten and the West coast is known for their scenery. In Oslo, use time to get to know the city. Walk along Akerselva on a nice day. Experience the food halls. Go swimming in the fjords (you can take a boat to several islands). Go visit Kampen, an old working class neighborhood with wooden houses. Trondheim, see Nidarosdomen and enjoy the restaurants. One hour north of Trondheim is Stiklestad - were Norway got christianized in 1030 - they have a play about it in the summer.Posted: July 5, 2022
Yes, Norway is generally considered to be a safe destination for solo female travelers. The country has a low crime rate and is generally considered to be a safe place to travel. However, as with any destination, it is important to take precautions and be aware of your surroundings.
Yes, Norway is a great destination for solo travelers. Norway is a very safe country with low crime rates, and the people are friendly and welcoming. There are plenty of activities and attractions to explore, and the country is full of stunning natural beauty. Norway is also a great place to meet other travelers, so it's easy to make friends and explore the country together.
Yes, Norway is generally considered to be an expensive destination for solo travelers. Prices for accommodation, food, and activities can be quite high, and the cost of living in Norway is among the highest in the world.
Norwegian is the official language of Norway, but English is widely spoken.
The Norwegian Krone (NOK) is the official currency of Norway.
Depending on your nationality, you may need a visa to enter Norway.
Norway has a temperate climate with four distinct seasons. Summers are generally mild and winters can be quite cold.
Norway is generally a safe country to visit, but it is always wise to take precautions and be aware of your surroundings.
Norway has an extensive public transportation system, including buses, trains, and ferries.
Cost of Living
Norway is an expensive country to visit, with prices for food, accommodation, and activities all being higher than in many other countries.
Norway is known for its stunning natural beauty, with mountains, fjords, and glaciers all waiting to be explored.
The best time to travel to Norway depends on what you want to do and see. Generally, the best time to visit Norway is during the summer months of June, July, and August. During this time, the days are long and the weather is mild. However, if you are looking for winter activities, such as skiing, then the winter months of December, January, and February are the best time to visit.
Yes, Norway is generally considered to be a safe country to travel alone. However, as with any destination, it is important to take the necessary precautions to ensure your safety. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and keep your valuables secure.