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Price and Availability Index in Norway
Vacation Rental Price Information in Norway
The price graph will give you the nightly price average for the upcoming months of the year. in Norway, prices can go up to $155 (7/6 - 7/13). In September (9/21 - 9/28), prices will hit an average low of $113 per night.
Rental Availability Information in Norway
The graph shows the weekly availability rate in Norwayfor the next twelve months. The week with the lowest percentage of available accommodations is in January (1/11 - 1/18). More accommodations are available in a week of September (9/21 - 9/28) as the booking rate is only 23%.
Visit Norway and find beautiful vacation homes
It's easy to fall in love with Norway. Deep fjords, glaciers, and mountains help make Norway one of the most attractive countries in the world. Norway vacation rentals can be found all over the country, with cabins and villas making good alternatives to hotels.
Art and culture
The Norwegian capital, Oslo, is a rich blend of Norway’s historical roots and contemporary values. Oslo is home to many museums, galleries, and exhibitions. Established in 1837, the National Gallery (Nasjonalgalleriet) is the place to visit if you want to check out fine artworks of some of the country's most decorated artists, such as Julius Middelthun and Erik Werenskiold.
Located in central Oslo, The Magic Ice Bar is a frozen wonderland. Everything in this bar is made of ice, including permanent ice sculptures carved by some of the most prolific ice sculptors in the world. Imagine walking around this ice bar and marveling at the many ice sculptures, while sipping an ice-cold beverage from a glass made of ice.
Northern Norway is one of the best places to see the Northern Lights. You have to be at least as north as Bodø in order to witness the aurora borealis. However, you should aim for Tromsø if you wish to have the best views of the magnificent Northern Lights.
Norway has thousands of fjords that are located along its rugged coast. Though it may feel like the fjords are hidden away from the world, they are quite easy to explore. The villages neighboring the fjords provide another interesting option when finding a vacation rental.
During the summer in Northern Norway, you can experience the natural phenomenon known as the midnight sun, where the sun can stay visible for up to a full 24 hours. The further north of the Arctic Circle you go, the more unclear the boundary between one day and the next becomes.
For more than 100 years, Holmenkollen, an Oslo neighborhood, has been a ski recreation area which is home to the Holmenkollen Ski Festival. This is a annual traditional Nordic skiing event that attracts large numbers of skiing enthusiasts from all over the world. Visitors can enjoy other activities such as concerts or shopping on the 'festival street.'
Held approximately 2 weeks before Easter every year, the Oslo International Church Music Festival is a church music festival that is held in some of the city's most beautiful churches. It features organ performances, hymn concerts, and lectures. The Oslo Medieval Festival takes you back in time to when Oslo first became Norway's capital. The medieval atmosphere offers dramatic performances, concerts, and a large medieval market.
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