Gay guide Norway
What are the top gay cities in Norway?
What currency is used in Norway?
Norway uses the Norwegian Krone (NOK) as its currency. But darling, feel free to use your credit card, because most places do accept them.
Is it expensive in Norway?
Yes, honey, Norway can be quite pricey, but remember, fabulous experiences are priceless. 💳
Do I need any extra paperwork to visit Norway?
That depends on your citizenship, darling. EU citizens can simply bring their ID. For others, check if you need a visa before you sashay away to Norway.
Is Norway gay friendly?
Absolutely, darling! Norway is one of the most LGBTQ+ friendly countries in the world. Enjoy your fabulous vacation!
Is gay marriage allowed in Norway?
Yes, honey! Gay marriage has been legal in Norway since 2009. Love always wins!
Can I use English in Norway?
Sure thing, darling! Most Norwegians are fluent in English, so you won't have any trouble communicating.
Should I leave a tip for a waiter in Norway?
Tipping isn't necessary, but if you want to reward fabulous service with a 10% tip, go ahead, darling!
What's the best time of year to visit Norway?
Anytime is fabulous, but for warmer weather, visit between May and September. For a winter wonderland experience, go from November to March. 🌞❄️
What's the local language in Norway, and how do I say basic phrases?
The local language is Norwegian. Here are some phrases; just add a sprinkle of sass:
- Hei! (Hi!)
- Hvordan går det? (How's it going?)
- Hvor er nærmeste utested? (Where's the nearest gay bar? 💁♂️)
- Jeg er på ferie. (I'm on vacation!)
What's the local cuisine like in Norway, and what are some must-try dishes?
Norwegian cuisine is fresh and delicious. Give these dishes a try:
- Rakfisk (fermented fish)
- Klippfisk (dried cod)
- Raspeballer (potato dumplings)
- Multekrem (cloudberry dessert)
What are the emergency numbers, and how do I call for help in Norway?
In case of emergencies, dial 112 for police, 110 for fire, and 113 for medical assistance. Stay safe, sweetheart!
Are there any cultural taboos or behaviors that I should avoid in Norway?
Norwegians are pretty easy-going, but try not to be too loud or invade personal space (Jante law). Be yourself, be fabulous, and you'll fit right in! 🇳🇴
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