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Borders and Customs

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Customs With Oslo being the most expensive city in the world, Norway is a very expensive country - especially when it comes to alcohol and tobacco. Wether you consume these products or not, it is anyway a good idea of taking your legal quota of 1L spirits, 1L of wine/beer and 200 cigarettes as you could give them as gifts or sell them to fund other expenses. Taking more than the legal amount will involve a fine up to 6L of spirits and/or 1000 cigarettes. Exceding this amount you will have serious trouble and is not recommended. The fine follows a linear scale according to how much excess you have brought: NOK300 for 2L spirits/400 cig, NOK600 for 3L/600 cig, NOK1200 for 4L/800 cig, NOK1900 for 5L/1000 cig, NOK2500 for 6L. On top of the fine, all your goods exceding the legal limit of 1L/1L/200 will be consfiscated. Only people over the age of 18 can import beer, wine and cigarettes - only people over the age of can import spirits.


Edited bytindlund on 18.01.2004

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