Travel and border information for Norway

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Information about travel to Norway

The Norwegian Government has introduced stricter measures for entry into Norway. The new rules were effectuated at midnight, Monday 9 November 2020.

All foreign nationals arriving in Norway from countries/areas that necessitate quarantine duty have to present a negative Covid-19 test certificate. 

Approved test methods are PCR or antigen rapid test. The test must have been taken no later than 72 hours prior to arrival in Norway. The certificate must be in Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, English, French or German.

People in entry quarantine must stay at a quarantine hotel during the 10-day quarantine period.

This requirement will not apply to:

  • people who reside in Norway or own a home or holiday home in Norway
  • people who are in Norway to work and who can document that their employer has provided them with a suitable place to stay during the quarantine period.

For updated information about current restrictions and advices, we ask you to visit the following web portals: 

We kindly ask you to look up information on these pages before contacting the Embassy and Consulates with your questions.

Residents in Norway planning to visit Croatia are advised to visit our travel information page (in Norwegian language only).