Norway is a treat anytime of year, with its mountainous rolling wilderness that can be explored in summer by bike, walking or motor home. To the peaceful cities of Oslo, Bergen, Lillehammer and Hamar. This country manages to keep surprising and you’ll want to return the moment you leave.
Whether you’re looking for an alternative Scandinavian city to visit or finishing St Olav’s Way, you may be wondering is Trondheim worth visiting? Find out more about this charming Norwegian city below. Is Trondheim worth…
Trondheim located in Norway’s central region facing the Artic Circle has recently gained popularity as an alternative destination in Norway for a stag/buck’s bachelor party destination. We explore in this article why this city sitting…
An ode to Oslo. I love this city. Whether in the depths of Winter or the height of Summer, Oslo is a city that I like to be in. But visiting Oslo on a Budget,…
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Most of our planning is done using other blogs, but you can’t beat a guide book at the bottom of your case. Find yours on here on Amazon and get the travelling started!
How to walk the Norwegian Camino: Oslo to Trondheim on St Olav’s Way
Norway Travel Guide by World Citizen
Lonely Planet Norway
Rick Steves Scandinavia
Where can I get a sim card?
Need a sim card on landing or about to fly off? Rather than the hassle of finding/getting a physical sim card, an easier method these days is to get an e-sim. Simply select the country or region you are in and get data and calls on your phone. More info can be found here.
Prices are reasonable, usually only $25 for 20GB of data. We now always use this method when travelling as it just saves so much time and bother!
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