Norway is notoriously known for its soaring prices on everything from bananas to fadbamser, but this year it is not quite so hard for ferieopsparingen to use a part of the summer in the country.
According to a currency - and price analysis from Save the North it has become 10 percent cheaper to visit the country compared with last year, when the Norwegian crown at the moment is weakened with about 11,3 percent.
It will write the bank in a press release.
Spar Nord has examined the evolution of prices in 30 different countries both in and outside of Europe, and Norway tops the list, if you are only looking at countries, as the Danish authorities accept exit to.
Norway is, however, not one to be become a cheaper destination in the Nordic region. Also, the icelandic kroná is according to the analysis weakened, and for the danes, this means that a visit at the present time is 6.4 percent cheaper than the same time last year.
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Save Nord's chief economist Jens Nyholm points out that the coronakrisen likely to play a role in both prices.
- In Norway, due to the weakened currency in the high level of oil prices, which because of coronakrisen has experienced a dramatic decline, he says in the press release and continues:
- In the Island due to the weakening probably, partly to coronakrisen will stop a significant valutaindstrømning from the tourists, and partly to kreditvurderingsinstituttet Standard and poor's in april downgraded the credit rating of the three icelandic banks.
The biggest drop in prices should, however, travel further out into the world to get. Brazil tops so Save Nord's list with a change of 26.6 percent. Will you stick to the countries, which is endorsed by the Danish authorities, however, a little further away than Norway and Iceland, springer Czech republic and Croatia in the eyes.
at Both places, according to the analysis has been approximately two percent cheaper to reside.
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