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When you think of Norway, your first thought is probably of the magnificent scenery of the Fjords, the huge sea-filled valleys that form the nation’s coast. They are one of the geographical wonders of the world and worth a trip just for themselves. But Norway is a vibrant modern country that has so much more to offer visitors. Buy your plane tickets to Norway to discover this magical land!

Finnair serves three airports in Norway, covering the cities of Oslo (OSL), Bergen (BGO), and Tromsø (TOS). Book your flights to Norway with us and come and explore this remote yet thoroughly modern country.

Destinations in Norway served by Finnair

  • Oslo is Norway’s capital and you will find it a thriving cultural centre with great fashion and shopping and all kinds of restaurants, bars and entertainment. Everything is linked by its large and comprehensive metro system. If you’re an art buff, make sure you see Munch’s famous “The Scream” in the National Gallery. It’s worth getting the Oslo Pass with unlimited visits to many museums, free transport, and restaurant and other discounts. Fly to Norway’s capital city for a memorable European city break.

  • Norway’s second city, Bergen has a charming center that spreads around the waterfront known as the gateway to the fjords. The Bergenhus fortress is one of the best-preserved of Norway’s forts and is well worth a visit. Don’t miss our cheap flights to the fjords in Norway.

  • Tromsø is a small city with a big heart and a surprisingly lively social scene with a great reputation for nightlife. It is located in the far north of the country in an attractive bay surrounded by spectacular snow-clad mountains. Due to the extreme north, the days are very short in winter and extremely long in summer. Check out our cheap flights to northern Norway and have a fabulous time in Tromsø.

Typical food and drink in Norway

Norway’s cuisine is defined by its location and climate. Seafood, especially dried fish like salt cod (klippfisk), and rich meat stews are commonplace, as are local fruits and berries. The smoked salmon in Norway is delicious and should definitely be sampled on your visit.


Norway has many fun-filled celebrations and festivals throughout the year, with summers especially lively with diverse events.

Nordlysfestivalen is a major January event in Tromsø, celebrating all kinds of music with events in many venues.

Rena’s Birken Festival takes place in February. As well as being a terrific ski festival, it has an interesting history and cultural associations.

May sees one of Norway’s most unique events: The World Beard and Moustache Championships. It is held in Trondheim and attracts participants from all over the world.

Sports fans shouldn’t miss the Extreme Sports Week in Voss at the end of June each year.

Held in Stavanger at the end of July, Gladmat is the country’s biggest food festival.

The summertime Øya Festival is one of the biggest music festivals in Norway.

Santa Lucia’s festival is a lovely celebration of light that falls shortly before Christmas each year – itself a joyous time of celebration.

Time your Norway flights to coincide with some of the nation’s excellent events.

Practical information about Norway

  • Currency – Norwegian krone (kr)
  • Time Zones – UTC+01:00
  • Tipping – Tipping is not compulsory or expected but is greatly appreciated.
  • Electricity – 230 volts or 50 Hz. (European Plug)
  • Country Code – +47


Norway offers a wealth of experiences throughout the year, and you’ll find plenty to enjoy no matter when you book your flight to Norway.

Norwegian winters are cold and dark, though this is the best time to enjoy a range of snow sports and wintery landscapes. December to February is also the best time to see the spectacular Northern Lights.

The lighter days and cold temperatures of March make this an ideal month for hitting the ski slopes before the snow thaws and the spring wildflowers start to bloom.

Summer is generally the best time to visit Norway for a wide array of festivals, long days and warmer temperatures. It’s a great time for cruising the famous fjords and hiking in the countryside.

Autumn sees fewer crowds and the temperatures begin to drop. This off-season period is, however, the best time to find cheap flights to Norway as well as great deals on accommodation.


Connect through Helsinki for your next flights to Norway from the US, with flights departing from cities like Las Vegas, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, and Miami. We connect Norway with various cities around the world too, including London, Brussels, Shanghai, Tokyo, and Osaka.

Flying to Norway for work? Why not book a seat in the comfortable and convenient Nordic Business Class? You can enjoy priority services, such as boarding and baggage collection, as well as excellent in-flight comfort.

Find the best airline tickets to Norway with Finnair and reserve your tickets today.