THE BEST CITIES TO LIVE IN NORWAY

Norway is one of the richest countries in Europe with a developed economy, rich natural resources, high standard of living and happy citizens. Moreover, it is one of the most beautiful countries on the planet with numerous lakes, mountains and magnificent fjords. In short, tens of thousands of foreigners from all corners of the globe dream of business, study, work in Norway and in general to move to this country forever.

Next, let's highlight the best cities for immigration and living in Norway in 2021.

LIST OF THE BEST CITIES TO LIVE IN NORWAY

CITY
1. Oslo
2. Bergen
3. Trondheim
4. Tromsø
5. Ålesund

TOP 5 BEST CITIES TO LIVE IN NORWAY

OSLO

Oslo

The best city to live in Norway is Oslo. The capital and largest city of the country, financial, scientific and cultural center. The population in 2021 is about 697.5 thousand people. The nature here is stunning, with a huge variety of bodies of water, mountains, forests, hills and parks. Working in Oslo provides an average income of 4,700 euros per month. True, it is also very expensive to live here.

Renting a studio in downtown Oslo costs an average of $1,200 per month.

BERGEN

Bergen

Bergen is located near the capital of Oslo in western Norway on the North Sea. A very picturesque place surrounded by beautiful mountains and fjords. The second largest city in Norway with a population of just over 280 thousand people. Bergen for several hundred years was the center of trade between Norway and the rest of Europe. A great place for permanent residence.

Renting a studio in downtown Bergen costs an average of $1,090 per month.

TRONDHEIM

Trondheim

In third place on the list of the best cities to live in Norway is Trondheim. It is home to about 196 thousand people. It is the first Norwegian capital, a very quiet and cozy town with colorful historical districts, reminiscent of old fairy tales. Especially beautiful here in late summer and fall. The specific atmosphere makes Trondheim a favorite place among tourists and immigrants.

Renting a studio in downtown Trondheim costs an average of $1,360 per month.

TROMSØ

Tromsø

The small Norwegian town of Tromsø, with only 76,000 registered residents, is located in Northern Norway. Most of the city is located on the island of Tromsø, 350 km north of the Arctic Circle. Here functions the most northern educational institution in the world and one of the best Norwegian universities – Arctic University of Norway. A significant disadvantage of living in Tromsø is a high cost of real estate, including rent.

Renting a studio in downtown Tromsø costs an average of $1,420 a month.

ÅLESUND

Ålesund

Rounding out the top 5 best cities to live in Norway is Ålesund. Its population is 47.5 thousand people. The city is a seaport and is known for its many Art Nouveau architecture. Fishing fleet Ålesund is considered one of the most modern in Europe. It is an incredibly beautiful place and a great choice for foreigners who want to get a residence permit in Norway.

Renting a studio in downtown Ålesund costs an average of $980 per month.

In conclusion, Norwegian citizens live an average of about 82 years. By life expectancy the state occupies a leading position on the planet (among the top 20). But keep in mind that this is one of the most expensive countries in the world with high taxes and costs of daily living in general. However, wages in Norway are very high.

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