Updated: 3/8/2021

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  • Well, it's very similar to what we do here.
  • Yes, also the physical contact is the righteous. Greetings and presentations are made as in any other Western country, shake hands. Unless they are known, then they will be much more effusive and the hugs will not be lacking.
  • Yes, actually. But, what are they like with strangers? Did they treat you well?
  • My uncle told me that Norwegians do not tend to socialize with unknown people and prefer to spend their free time with family or alone.
  • Wow! That’s really interesting And they have a lot of bans? I mean, is there something you can't do?
  • Yes, well I hear that they are forbidden to drink beer when there are elections
  • Yes, although they are very kind indeed. Only they're very strict in terms of punctuality, another characteristic sign of everyday life in Norway.
  • Yes, The "Wine Monopoly" prohibits the sale of alcoholic beverages on Sundays, holidays and election days.
  • Yes, it’s true. However, in 2005 a law was passed allowing the sale of beer after 1:00 PM on Election Day. Also drinking alcohol in public spaces is punishable.
  • Wow, really? What regulations do they have?
  • Really?
  • You know that?, one thing I really like about Norwegian is that they have good regulations about fireworks.
  • That 's amazing! I wish we had better regulations on fireworks here!
  • Exactly. Well, the Norwegian truth sounds like a good option for traveling. Any trip to improve the trip?
  • The fireworks can only be bought by those over the age of eighteen. Those classified as class 1,2 and 3 are on sale from December 27 to 31 and can only be turned on between 6pm and 2am at the end of the year.
  • Yes, we'd reduce environmental pollution a little bit. And animals would suffer less from noise.
  • Another tip is to cook your own meals, at least for part of your stay, it will save you a lot of money.
  • Yes, I hear it's best to book as soon as possible. You save a lot and you have more chances to stay in the best places and at very good prices.
  • Well, I hear that in Norway there are many things to do. It's like a great playground in the middle of nature, you can go hiking, cycling, skiing, kayaking, and climbing, or just enjoy the landscapes and charming towns and cities.
  • Travelling as a group is also a good option, so you can rent a larger country house, apartment or bungalow and it is cheaper than a hote
  • Wow, it's amazing
  • Good, for the next one we can travel together.
  • That'll be great!
  • Great, I've already wanted to visit Norway
  • Well, let's do it!