Yes, it's western and modern, we all appreciate that being pointed out. It is almost impossible to visit without seeing a fjord, unless you decide to stay exclusively along the eastern border. Based in Trondheim, we are Norway's English language publishing company. But there are also plenty of things that are distinctly Norwegian to experience – your family will love trying new foods and local customs. Your email address will not be published. All of them boast charming architecture, interesting museums and cultural venues and, of course, fantastic mountains and fjords as their backdrops. Chill Out, they way you responded has only backed up her opinion. Reine, Lofoten Islands, Nordland, Norway. Norway is known for its exceptional standard of living, which is one of the major draws for expatriates.

Jeg besøke Trondheim for tredje gang senere. Thanks again! Do you know of exceptions for non-married or engaged couples or sponsorship by families? Something i see a lot in articles about why Norway being the best country is the usual about our free days and health care system and all that. Much of the country’s oil revenues are channelled into the fund, which is invested globally to pay for the growing financial demands of an ageing population. Naturally, it cuts straight through a mountain. I know some of you would say you can get something called children’s pension from the gouvernment, but that’s only till you’re turned 18, after that you’re all alone financially. Norwegians are used to this and spend the long evenings indoors enjoying each other’s company in a koselig (cosy) manner. Everything cost a furtune, and i use normally 500 USD to 600 USD on food expenses only. The London-based charity created its second annual index of 96 countries, and ranked countries on economic security, health, access to public transport and societal inclusion. What are the laws around residency for freelancers? By 2050 the number of people over 60 will have more than doubled to well over two billion – over one in five of the world’s total population. Thanks! Britain also performed badly in the health category, placed at 27th – two places behind the US. During winter, Norway becomes a true winter wonderland. Norway’s wildlife ranges from polar bears in Svalbard (and only Svalbard) to moose, musk oxen, whales, wolves, bears, eagles and massive herds of reindeer. From hiking, camping and fishing in the summer to simply getting outside and playing in the snow in the winter, there are plenty of ways to enjoy the beautiful fresh air and scenery that Norway is known for. Living standards are not high at all! Japan was the best country for elderly health care, while Costa Rica, Chile, Greece and Colombia also performed better than the UK.

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Your email address will not be published. I have a Canadian passport and am self-employed. , I think socializing with friends, going out for a drink or dinner is also part of a living standard, so is quality of the food you get. The best time to see the dancing lights is from late September to late March. Working culture=> That is the best thing here!

With a population of just over 5 million citizens and a population density of 15 per square kilometre (38 per square mile), much of Norway has been left unspoilt. Schools in Norway offer a well-rounded education and public education is not only inexpensive, but also of exceptional quality.

Norway claims to be the inventor of skis, but its host of winter activities also include dog sledding, glacier hiking and snowshoeing across the landscape. “As the number of older people dramatically rises, it is vital that governments develop and refine policies that help older people to remain active, appreciated and capable of achieving their potential for their own sakes and their societies,” said Chris Roles, director of Age International.