Travel Tips for Norway

Tips on Tipping in Norway

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A Norwegian cruise vacation gives you the opportunity to explore multiple locations without the hassle of checking in and out of hotels, packing and unpacking, and spending valuable time trying to find quality restaurants–all with excellent service dedicated to enhancing your exceptional travel experience.

Each cruise line makes it easy for you to reward the excellent service you’ll receive onboard. A gratuity of $11-$15 (USD) per day (depending on the cruise line and cabin category), per guest for dining and stateroom services will be automatically added daily to your shipboard account. The cruise line also will automatically add a 15% service charge to beverages purchased through your onboard account. Prior to the end of the cruise, the Cruise Director will address more specific questions regarding tipping procedures.

If you decide to take a taxi to the pier, it is not common practice in Norway to tip cab drivers. If you want to tip you can simply add a few Kroners when paying your tab.

Porters are available at the pier to assist with your luggage as you arrive for embarkation. Tipping is optional but not required. If you do choose to tip we suggest 6 NOK per bag (equivalent to $1 USD).

When visiting restaurants off the ship and during shore excursions, many hotels and restaurants in Norway will add a service charge to the bill, and an additional tip is unnecessary. In a restaurant (if a service charge has not been added) 15-20% of the total bill before taxes is appreciated for service workers to acknowledge excellent service.

For more information please call one of our Reservation Coordinators at 800 247 1899, Monday through Friday between 8:30am-5:00pm Pacific Time.

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