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2023 Norway National Holidays



1st January

New Year’s Day

6th April

Maundy Thursday

7th April

Good Friday

9th April


10th April

Easter Monday

1st May

Labour Day

17th May

Constitution Day

18th May

Ascension Day

29th May

Whit Monday

24th December

Christmas Eve

25th December

Christmas Day

26th December

Second Day of Christmas

*Public holidays in Norway may affect our estimated transit times.


Send a Cheap Parcel to Norway


We work hard to keep our prices low for delivery to Norway. Take a look at our current prices here:

Weight of parcel being delivered to Norway Worldwide Air Prices
1kg £37.27* Book
5kg £57.75* Book
10kg £83.35* Book
25kg £160.15* Book

Do I need to deal with Norwegian customs?


For any parcel heading outside of the UK, you’ll need to provide a customs invoice. This tells the Customs Agents in the destination country about the contents of your package so they can process it correctly. When you book your delivery, we will provide you with all the correct documentation you need to help your parcel through Norway’s customs.

Please note - Invoices for Norway must be sent with all parcels and state the invoice address and delivery address as the same Norwegian address. A phone number for the consignee must always be provided on the invoice and it must be readable (in English is fine) – without these things, your parcel will very likely be delayed.

You can find out more about the restrictions from the Toll Customs website. It’s also worth checking out our prohibited items list to see what you can and can’t send.

HM Revenue & Customs has more information on tax and customs considerations for Norway.

What items can't I send to Norway?


As well as the usual restricted and prohibited items you would expect from any international parcel delivery, there are some additional restrictions on what you can and can’t send to Norway.

Norwegian Customs can check any item that arrives in the country and you are responsible for complying with their rules and regulations.

You can find more information on general bans and restrictions to Norway here, but some examples of items you can’t send include:



Illegal and dangerous





*Please be aware that we also have our own prohibited items list, in addition to country-specific restrictions.

How to package parcels to Norway


Although Norway doesn’t seem far from the UK, we still advise you take care with packaging; your parcel will travel through a number of depots with automated sorting machines so be sure to pack your items well and use cushioning material inside your parcel to help protect the contents from damage.

We’ll transport parcels up to 25kg in weight and 80x80x80cm max in dimensions. We recommend you use a strong and sturdy outer box when sending your package and don’t overfill it, regardless of the dimensions of your parcel. For further advice, take a look at our handy international packaging guide.

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How safe will my parcel be?


You can keep track of your parcel for free using our website; just simply enter your consignment number and you’ll know where it is at all times. To put your mind at ease even further, all international parcels come with £50 free liability cover – which of course can be upgraded should your item(s) be worth more than that.

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