Here are some travel books about Norway
“Norway is a once-in-a-lifetime destination and the essence of its appeal is remarkably simple: this is one of the most beautiful countries on earth.” – Anthony Ham, Lonely Planet Writer
Paperback: 452 pages
To read this book click here: Lonely Planet Norway by Anthony Ham 5th (fifth) Edition (6/1/2011)
Oslo on a Budget: Money-saving tips for the Savvy Traveller by David Nikel
How to see the Norwegian capital without spending a fortune.
Don’t let the costly reputation put you off experiencing the Norwegian capital. It is possible to enjoy Oslo without spending a fortune, and I’m going to show you how!
Once a tired, run-down city, a mere shadow of its trendy Nordic neighbours Stockholm, Helsinki and Copenhagen, Oslo has undergone a dramatic renaissance in recent years.
Modern Oslo is reborn as a centre for business, art, culture and sport. There’s no point hiding it though, the biggest reason keeping people away from the Norwegian capital is the cost.
To read this book click here: Oslo on a Budget: Money-Saving Tips for the Savvy Traveller
The Rough Guide to Norway (2012) by Phil Lee
“The Rough Guide to Norway” is the definitive guide to Scandinavia’s most inspiring country. You’ll find insider tips on where the locals spend their time, as well as advice on how to make your money go further. This 6th edition features all-new color photography on every region, as well as extended sections on Svalbard and Spitsbergen, winter and summer adventure activities and Norwegian flora and fauna. At every step, “The Rough Guide to Norway” steers you to the best hotels, cafes, restaurants and shops across every price range, giving you clear, balanced reviews and honest, first-hand opinions from authors who know their herring from their lutefisk. Make the most of your time with “The Rough Guide to Norway”.
Paperback: 480 pages
To read this book click here: The Rough Guide to Norway
“DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Norway” helps you get the most from your visit to this breathtakingly beautiful European country. You’ll find in-depth detail on all the important sights with maps, photos and illustrations. There’s 3D maps and cutaways for all the major sights plus advice on seeing wildlife, fishing, whale watching, mountains, midnight sun, fjords, lakes, vikings. Information on tours, cruises, hiking and tips on getting around make exploring the country effortless. The guide comes packed with reviews and listings for hotels, restaurants and bars for all budgets. Visiting Norway becomes a lot easier with maps of all major sights, with walks, scenic routes and thematic tours and sights, markets and festivals listed town by town. “DK Eyewitness Travel Guide Norway” – shows you what others only tell you.
Paperback: 304 pages
To read this book click here: DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Norway
“You can count on Rick Steves to tell you what you really need to know when traveling in Norway.
Rick Steves covers the essentials of Norway, including Oslo, Gudbrandsdal Valley, as well as Bergen. Visit the Oslo Cathedral, surround yourself with Gudbrandsdal Valley’s time-worn hills and log cabins, or get immersed in history at Bergen’s Hanseatic Quarter. You’ll get Rick’s firsthand advice on the best sights, eating, sleeping, and nightlife, and the maps and self-guided tours will ensure you make the most of your experience. More than just reviews and directions, a Rick Steves Snapshot guide is a tour guide in your pocket.
Rick Steves’ Snapshot guides consist of excerpted chapters from Rick Steves’ European country guidebooks. Snapshot guides are a great choice for travelers visiting a specific city or region, rather than multiple European destinations. These slim guides offer all of Rick’s up-to-date advice on what sights are worth your time and money. They include good-value hotel and restaurant recommendations, with no introductory information (such as overall trip planning, when to go, and travel practicalities).”
To read this book click here: Rick Steves’ Snapshot Norway
“This book contains detailed coverage of the whole of Norway, with chapters covering the major cities and every area, full color mapping throughout, and useful practical information.”
To read this book click here:Norway (Insight Guides)