Norway – Travelling information for people with disabilities
Norway is a European country with Oslo as its capital city. Norway has been names as 'the best country to live in' by the United Nations Human Development Report.
It is also known as one of the most beautiful countries in the world.
Here is some information for people with disabilities who are planning to travel to Norway.
• When booking air tickets, contact the airline and airport at least 48 hours in advance to notify them of your needs.
• All airport buses are wheelchair accessible and have lifts or ramps. Toilet facilities are not normally available on trains and buses to and from airports.
• It is better to plan ahead the route you will be travelling through in Norway. Most trains have lifts for wheelchairs and accessible toilets.
• Customer centers can be contacted and notified before travelling about accessibility needs or any other assistance needed.
• Most local buses and trains are accessible for people with disabilities.
• There are more than 50 airports in Norway and can be used to move around the country.
• Norway is a huge country and it is advisable to plan the sightseeing places in advance. It might be better to focus on one particular region and enjoy it.