All travellers from the EU/EEA and several other countries outside the EU are now allowed to enter Norway. All children under 18 years from these areas will no longer have to quarantine. 

Updated October 4, 2021

Norway opens to travellers from more countries

From Saturday, 25 September at 16:00, Norway is permitting entry for all EU/EEA citizens, including people from other countries who reside in the EEA and in the UK and Switzerland, in addition to citizens of purple-rated countries outside the EEA/Schengen Area.

I have a valid COVID certificate:

Read more about entering Norway and about what is considered a valid COVID certificate.

I don’t have a valid COVID-19 Certificate:

Then these rules apply (if you come from a European country or a purple-rated country):

Entry quarantine

The cost of staying at a quarantine hotel is NOK 500 per night for both private individuals (adults) and employees.

Read more about rules for quarantine and testing upon arrival.

Testing

Travelling from all other countries

If you live in most other countries outside the EU/EEA (including the US), and the country is not purple-rated, you are currently not permitted to enter Norway, unless one of the exemptions on this page applies to you.

Border crossings

Some travellers may experience a bit longer waiting times than normal on arrival at some airports and border controls in Norway, due to the need for testing and increased checks. Remember to arrive at the airport in good time before your departure. More information about flying to and from Norway is available at Avinor’s website.

Registration of arrival to Norway


Individuals entering Norway from an area with a quarantine obligation must provide all necessary information to the authorities. All persons with a registration obligation must therefore submit their own registration form here. One must also be able to provide confirmation of a suitable place to stay during the mandatory quarantine period.
 

The following are exempt from entry registration:

Colour-coded map

Map with colour codes and information about testing and quarantine rules.Changes to colour ratings are usually announced on Fridays and new regulations take effect at midnight on the following Monday.