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Grand glaciers, mountainous terrains and fjords carving out jagged coastlines all make up Norway’s impressive landscape. Flip that coin and you’ll discover a vibrant cultural life that complements the country’s ever-present natural beauty. So, whether it’s venturing out into nature or exploring its cosmopolitan capital, complete with the famous Scandi flair for design, a trip to Norway will bring out your adventurous side.

Fly to Norway with British Airways and explore Oslo’s world-renowned art and cultural scene. Discover top-notch museums, art galleries and a marble opera house, before heading to Oslo’s modern waterfront district. Once there you can admire the daring architecture from one of the many restaurants on offer. Away from the mountains and the sea, there are plenty of leafy green spaces to enjoy in Oslo. The city was named European Green Capital in 2019. Book your Norway holiday today.

Norway flight FAQs

How long is a flight to Norway?

A flight from London to Oslo takes just over two hours.

Which airports does British Airways fly to Norway from?

We fly to Norway from London Heathrow.

What’s the cheapest month to fly to Norway?

Use our low fare finder to discover the cheapest time to visit Norway. Summer and winter are the most popular times of the year to visit Norway, so book your flights in spring and autumn if you want to pay less for your flights, but still enjoy the country’s amazing capital and unparalleled natural beauty.

When’s the best time to visit Norway?

The best time to visit depends on which activities you’d like to do. From snowsports – including dogsledding, skiing and snowmobiling – to seeing the coveted Northern Lights and whale watching off the coast of Tromso, winter offers plenty of exhilarating experiences. Equally enjoyable are the warmer months, when you can enjoy world-class hiking, cycling and white-water rafting, plus whale watching in Vesteralen and birdwatching in Varanger.

Is Norway cheap to visit?

With a little forward planning you can make your trip to Norway fit any budget, and you’ll be able to see and do everything you have planned during your visit. Make your trip as outdoorsy as possible to enjoy nature for free – hiking in the mountains and swimming in Norway’s lakes won’t cost a penny. And if you’re visiting for a city break, keep an eye out for bakeries or small cafes serving local cuisine to indulge in a budget-friendly way. You can also walk around Norway’s cities and towns to admire its architecture by foot.

Is it easy to get around Norway?

There are lots of ways to get around Norway, and almost all allow you to enjoy the country’s natural beauty while you’re at it. Travel through the fjords by ferry, rent a car and drive through scenic landscapes, take a train through the country’s sprawling countryside or simply walk around its metropolitan centres.

You can also hire a car with British Airways if you want to get out of the city and see more of what Norway has to offer. You’ll receive great benefits, with all mandatory charges included and 24-hour customer support, plus you’ll collect Avios points on every rental.

Why visit Norway?

Whether you want to spend time in photo-ready nature or you’re longing for a city break, Norway has it all. From endless outdoor activities and spotting wildlife in its natural habitat to visiting cities like Oslo and Bergen, you can make your dream trip happen in this unique country.

Why fly British Airways?

With outstanding service starting the minute you book, you can choose to fly with hand baggage only or pick a price including a 23kg checked baggage allowance and free seat selection 24 hours before you fly. Onboard you’ll find HEPA-filtered air, quality catering and a warm, uniquely British welcome.

Sit back, relax and let us take care of you every step of the way.

Oslo: Highlights


  • Visit the Viking Ship Museum to see some of the best-preserved Viking ships in the world.
  • Stroll around the city’s streets and refuel in one of the many cafes and restaurants with some delicious Scandinavian food and coffee.
  • Spend an afternoon looking around the Munch Museum, which is dedicated to the life and work of the Norwegian artist, Edvard Munch.


Norway travel essentials

Flight time

Just over 2 hours

Time zone

GMT +1


Norwegian Krone

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Sunset, Lofoten, Norway.
Amy Rosoman / BAH.

Savour a true taste of Norwegianadventure here and brave thefour to five-hour hike to the top

Amy Rosoman,  for British Airways

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