Norway travel insurance
Before you choose travel insurance for Norway, there are a few things to think about:
- The cost of your trip – would you get all your money back if you had to cancel?
- The activities you’re likely to be doing – will you be doing something that requires an extreme sports policy?
- How much medical cover you have – will your travel insurance cover the bills if you need emergency treatment?
- And don’t forget to check the latest travel advice for Norway from the FCDO
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What’s covered with travel insurance to Norway?
Norway travel insurance also includes:
- Medical expenses and hospital benefit
- Personal accident and liability
- Cancelling and cutting short your holiday
- Abandoning your trip
- Delayed departure
- Accommodation cover
- Personal belongings and baggage
- Personal money, passport and travel documents
- Legal expenses
To help you have the best holiday experience, we’ve put together some useful information that we think you might want to know before your trip to Norway.
|Plug type||Plug type C & F|
|Driving side||Right-hand side|
|Climate||Spring – March to May|
Summer – June to August
Autumn – September to November
Winter – December to February
|Laws||Local laws and customs|
Do I need a visa for Norway?
If you’re travelling for a holiday, you don’t need a visa for Norway as long as you’re not staying for more than 90 days in any 180 day period. You might need a visa if you’re planning to stay longer, or if you’re travelling for work or study. Check the FCDO advice.
How much is travel insurance to Norway?
Norway travel insurance doesn’t have to be expensive. It’s included in all our European annual multi-trip policies. You could also choose single trip travel insurance for Norway.
Healthcare in Norway
British citizens with a free European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) or Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC) should note that these cards cannot be used in Norway. That’s why it’s vital to have comprehensive travel insurance for Norway, to help out if you need emergency medical treatment while in the country.
If you have pre-existing medical conditions you must declare these before you buy your policy to ensure you’re fully covered.
What if I need emergency assistance in Norway?
If you find yourself in the unfortunate situation of needing medical treatment or assistance while in Norway, you or someone on your behalf can contact our 24-hour medical assistance team.
What is Brunost?
It’s a type of Nowegian cheese, but it’s brown! You can read about Brunost on the InsureandGo blog.