Norway Books and Travel Guides

Fodor's Norway
Hailed by Newsweek as "the kind of guidebooks," Fodor's Gold Guides now offer new features and a new format that make them easier to use than ever before. An ideal way to plan a great trip to Norway, this essential guide presents maps that guide you to your destinations, tourist vocabularies that show how to say what you need, and more
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Insight Guide Norway
I have just returned from my second trip to Norway. My husband and I travelled there last year for almost 3 weeks. I had purchased your book over 3 years ago, as I knew that we would be travelling there in the upcoming future. We have friends that live in Nesoddtangen, its mentioned in your book, they do not get many American visitors there its a very beautiful area to visit. Its a 20 minute ferry boat ride from the Aker Brugger. I just returned from a 2 week visit to Nesodden again. This time my friend and I travelled to Lardner, building the longest tunnel in the world, stayed two days, but on the trip over, visited the Stave Church, over 1000 years old. Left to Bergen on a 3 1/2 ferry boat ride on the Sonjefjord, the longest and deepest of the fjords. It was absolutely BEAUTIFUL.--Customer Review
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Culture Shock!: Norway
You'll never feel intimidated and awkward about the customs and etiquette of another country again. With the insights provided in this CULTURE SHOCK! Guide, you'll learn to see beyond the stereotypes and misinformation that often precede a visit to a foreign land. Whether you plan to stay for a week or for a year, you'll benefit from such topics as understanding the rules of driving and monetary systems, religious practices and making friends. There are tips on political traditions, building business relationships, and the particular intricacies of setting up a home or office. Great for the business traveler, the foreign exchange student, or the tourist who makes a sincere attempt to cross the bridge into a new and exciting culture.
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Lonely Planet Norway
During my two-week whirlwind driving tour around southern Norway, I used both LP Norway along with Fodor's Norway, and found Lonely Planet to be much more informative and better at capturing the essence of the country. I'm basing my opinion on both this trip and my previous experience living in Stavanger for 3 years as a teenager. This year's journey covered a lot of ground, originating in Stavanger, heading south along the coast through Kristiansand, northeast through Oslo, north through Lillehammer, and west through Lom to Geiranger, and then south through Gudvangen, Stalheim, and Bergen and back to Stavanger. In most regards, this book was pretty much right on the mark.--Customer Review
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Insight Pocket Guides Oslo & Bergen
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