Norway Travel Blog – Tourism & Travel Guide: Accommodation Matters: Where to Stay in Norway
Sometimes when you look at the prices for accommodation in Norway, you may feel sad. However, if the country enchants you so much and that you want to return there again and again – and preferably not to sleep in a tent – you may look for more budget options. But, possibly, at a cost of some comforts.
Of course, the first option is campings, far away fishing houses (or “robrua”), motels and hotels for the locals.In some cases, the price of living in such places is not considerably lower, however, you get an opportunity to cook for yourself and significantly decrease your spending.
Campings may be expensive as well – when they are still comfortable. In many of them offer shared toilet and shower. Usually there is a shared kitchen as well equipped with all necessary stuff. Often, you have a mini-kitchen in the house as well – with a microwave or an oven, sometimes there is a fridge.
In some cases, those houses can be as comfortable as real cottages, and their price…
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