Coming to Norway as a tourist? Here is information on what you can bring of alcohol tobacco and other goods.
Alcohol and tobacco quotas You may bring a duty free alcohol and tobacco quota when you have been abroad.
Goods for tourists If you are a tourist and not resident in Norway, there is no specific value limit to what you can bring with you temporarily to Norway as luggage.
Reimbursement of VAT to tourists You may have VAT reimbursed when you buy goods in Norway and bring them with you when leaving the country. This only applies to individuals who are resident abroad.
Currency If you are bringing currency with a value corresponding to more than NOK 25,000 to or from Norway, you have to notify Norwegian Customs. If you fail to notify, you will be fined 20 per cent of the entire amount or reported to the police.
Travelling with medicines When travelling to Norway, you may bring medicines for personal use. There are limits to the amounts you can bring with you.
Travelling with pets If you are travelling with pets to or from Norway, you should contact the Norwegian Food Safety Authority prior to the trip in order to establish which rules apply.
The value limit The value limit is NOK 6,000 or NOK 3,000 if you have been outside of Norway for less than 24 hours. This value limit is the sum total of the items you have bought, including the alcohol and tobacco quota.