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Norway travel insurance

With breath-taking sprawls of verdant wildland, majestic glaciers and serene coastal fjords, Norway is a popular destination for hikers, photographers and anyone looking to be inspired.

If you're planning a trip to the land of the midnight sun, taking proper travel insurance is a wise move to ensure peace of mind and an enjoyable trip. Here's how our travel insurance policies can help you get the most out of your trip:

Bronze
Silver
Gold
Platinum
Baggage cover
£500
£1,500
£2,000
£2,000
Cancellation cover
£1,000
£2,500
£5,000
£5,000
Medical cover
£5 million
£10 million
£10 million
£10 million
Excess charge
£150
£100
£50
£0
Lost passport
£250
£250
£300
£500
Personal money
£300
£350
£400
£500
Wedding cover
X
X
£1,500
£1,500
Gadget cover
X
X
X
£500
Defaqto rating
2 Star rating
3 Star rating
5 Star rating
5 Star rating

What about pre-existing medical conditions?

At Holiday Extras, we believe that everyone should benefit from comprehensive travel insurance at a fair rate, even if they have pre-existing medical conditions. We offer cover to the majority of conditions and will consider all.

To receive and accurate quote for your conditions, we encourage you to complete the brief online screening processes.

Places to visit in Norway

Trondheim - The thirds largest city in Norway, and the country's ancient capital, Trondheim is the place to visit if you are looking to immerse yourself in Norway's rich history.

Svalbard - if you are looking for a more visceral experience of Norway's natural beauty, then a trip to the northernmost permanently inhabited spot on the planet may be just for you. A photographer's dream, Svalbard is an island largely untouched by human habitation and home to incredible wildlife, such as polar bears, reindeer, seals and walruses.

Western Fjords - Norway's famous fjords can be found throughout the country, but it are those found in the Western regions that are some of the most impressive. The Trollstigen road, Nigardsbreen and Geirangerfjord are just a few of the places worthy of any bucket-list.

Paying for things

Norway is one of the most expensive countries you can visit, with Oslo being one of the most expensive cities in Europe; depending on your budget, you might have to scrimp and save where you can. Some visitors to Norway restrict themselves to just one meal out per day, the rest of the time eating food from the supermarket.

  • Alcohol is especially expensive here, with a hefty 25% tax being added to any beer, wine or spirits with an alcohol percentage above 5%.
  • A pint of beer will cost around 86 NOK - around £7-8
  • Cheapest varieties of wine - 400 NOK (approx £33)
  • A meal at the mid-range restaurant - 800 NOK excluding alcohol (approx £67.48)

Whatever you decide to do, remember that this is not a cash-based community — everywhere has card payment terminals, even street food stalls and the smallest of shops.

Holiday Extras Cover Ltd and Holiday Extras Ltd are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Holiday Extras Cover Ltd 05058680 and Holiday Extras Ltd 01693250 are registered in England and Wales. Registered address: Ashford Road, Newingreen, Kent CT21 4JF.

Holiday Extras is underwritten by Travel Insurance Facilities plc which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Registered address: 2nd Floor, 1 Tower View, Kings Hill, West Malling, Kent, ME19 4UY. Company number 03220410.