Nobody really knows which is the best time in year
to go to Norway. May and June should be the time with least rain (but
that is not right every year, as I had to find out). July and August
it's normally a little warmer but then there are lots of mosquitoes. In
September they've got their autumn with lots of rain. from October to
April there is winter with ice and snow.
From June to August you can see the midnight-sun,
this means it won't get dark at all. But in winter it is Dark all day
and night, but then you can see the polar lights (with a little luck).
Denmark, Sweden and Norway won't get the
Euro-money, but you can pay with credit cards (best with Visa), also in
Many people say that you have to carry fuel with you, but I hadn't
problems with my 16-liter-tank, and so I brought my 5-liters back home.
You will find a fuel-station about every 150-200km, but don't miss one
Speed limits: On Norway's
country roads is a speed limit of 80 km/h sometimes 90. Speeding is very
expensive in Norway and there are lots of speed cameras !!!