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There are hotels in all major cities and tourist centers. The average price for accommodation – from $ 15 per night in a room with a bed, toilet and shower. Availability of additional amenities directly affects the cost. For example, an air-conditioned room will cost twice as much as without it. Quite often, a fee is charged not per room, but per person. That is, you can live for $ 10 in the same room, and with a friend or wife (husband) for 20. For the same money, you can rent two rooms in the same hotel, one for each.
In some small towns there are guest houses. These are private houses where the owners rent part of the rooms to visitors. A toilet with a shower is common here, located in the courtyard. Continue reading
Shops are open on weekdays from 9.00 to 19.00, a break – from 13.00 to 15.00. On Saturdays, the shops close at 13.00 (in December – at 19.00). Some shopping centers in resort areas are open from 10.00 to 24.00.
In Portugal, you can buy high-quality and fashionable shoes and clothes, gold products, ceramics, original white or red port (from 3-6 USD for a bottle of regular port to 10-30 USD for a bottle of port wine of ten to twenty years, then the price increases depending from excerpt), the world famous Portuguese wine madeira (prices range from 16 EUR for a ten-year Madera, to 500 EUR for a two-hundred year old). Continue reading
The schedule of stores in different parts of the country varies greatly. In large localities, department stores and large stores usually work from Monday to Friday from 9: 00-10: 00 to 17:00, on Thursday from 9: 00-10: 00 to 19: 00-20: 00, and on Saturday – from 9: 00-10: 00 to 15: 00-16: 00. Many supermarkets and large shopping complexes are open until late evening. Kiosks and small private shops also often work in the evenings and on weekends until 22: 00-23: 00.
In the summer, in the season of sales, discounts in stores reach 50-70%.
Buy wool sweaters, troll figurines, deer hides, wrist watches, jewelry and national food in Norway.
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