Norway tourist tax could be introduced in 2024

Tuesday, 05 Dec, 2022 0

A Norway tourist tax is under consideration by the country’s government.

They are mulling introducing a tourist tax by 2024.

Norway tourist tax revenues would help pay for maintenance of tourism infrastructure.

About 10 million tourists visit Norway each year.

Recent, overtourism protests have taken place, targeting impacts of cruise tourism.

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