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Speaking from my experience. They're not going to reject it but they would tell you that there's no guarantee that you would get the visa in time because the person doing the paper is different than the person accepting the paper where you went to apply for the visa. If you explain to them nicely and ask for different options and prepare all the paper work ...


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Schengen doesn't really enter the picture here. A Schengen visa issued by Poland does entitle you to enter the Schengen Area through one member state and continue towards another "domestically". The important consideration is whether you book the two flights on a single ticket in one transaction or on two different tickets that you purchase separately from ...


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Yes, NSB offers 'minipris' tickets starting as low as 249 NOK (about 27€) for any distance on the Norwegian railway network. They can be bought up to 90 days in advance, are only valid for the booked train and cannot be changed or refunded. There are usually only a few tickets available in the cheapest allotment on each train and then the price increases ...


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For such a short visit, I would want to do as little surface travel as possible as that is always slower than airtravel. So I used Skyscanner to have a look at prices Schiphol (AMS) to Bergen (BGO) and when buying now for July or August you will still find prices of about €200 to €300 for a return ticket. If you love trains, you could fly into Oslo and out ...


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I haven't been able to find anything about leftover canisters. However, you could get a new one at the airport. Not at the actual airport, but at a gas station that is directly opposite the airport. I just called them and they sell a gas canister called the Coleman C500. That's the only one they have. But it might fit your stove. If it doesn't fit, then ...


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Gas Canisters can be found in most sports or DIY stores near Oslo Airport. Depending on where you plan to travel from the airport, depends what is most convenient for you, but I would advise you to check out one of the below links. I can't give you a more specific answer, because I don't know the details of your travel plans once arriving in Norway. Link 1 ...


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Just to add a bit of background and local knowledge to the answer above... Food can be rather expensive in Norway. We lay too far north and are to rocky to make agriculture very profitable. We tend to have many small farms, rather than a few large ones. We have tariffs to protect our own farmers from outside import, we have taxes from the government, and ...


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Plenty of chicken products are available for sale in Norway, as evidenced by one of the online stores: According to Numbeo, the price for a kilo of chicken is around 110 kroner, which is around 15EUR. So yes, it's quite a lot more expensive than in most other countries. The smuggler wasn't trying to bring in a prohibited product, they were trying to ...



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