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Car Hire Oslo

Contact us today to see our great discounted car hire prices for your visit to Oslo. Explore Oslo fully by using a rental car.

Car Hire in Oslo gives you access to this beautiful city. We can provide you with a low cost vehicle of your choice. Our competitive prices, comprehensive liability insurance, 24 hour breakdown assistance and road fund tax are all included in the price.

Choose from a city car or a motorway cruiser from our varied fleet at Car Rental Norway. Our staff are always available to provide child seats or maps should the need arise. For larger groups and families, we also have a wide range of MPV rental in Oslo to suit every need.

Driving Guide & Places To Go in Oslo

Oslo is such a beautiful city, rich with history and attractions. Here are a few examples of how to make the most of your rental car in Oslo:

The Football Stadium at Ullevaal Stadium. Join a tour around the national stadium and see items that belonged to past Norwegian football players. Should you have an Oslo pass, entrance is free and is open all year round except for Christmas and May 17th. See the history of Norwegian football using the touch screens, films and maybe buy a football shirt from the shop.

The Centre for Studies of Holocaust and Religious Minorities. With exhibitions available of archives of racist, religious and ethnically motivated repression it is an interesting visit. From more recent years, Villa Grande, once the home of Vidkun Quisling the Nazi leader and Norwegian collaborator. The house is now home to many activities and interesting historical show pieces. Tickets range from children 25kr, adults 50kr or a family ticket is 75kr.

For a little culture try Henie Onstad Art Centre. Located only 15 minutes from Oslo city centre and along the Oslo Fjord. Set in pretty surroundings it houses the largest collection of modern art in Oslo. Should you want to eat there Bølgen & Moi have a restaurant there.

Take your hire car and visit Akershus Castle and Fortress. Originally built in 1299 it stands at Oslo's headland. After fended off many sieges, King Christian IV converted it into a Renaissance castle and a royal home. During the summer you can take a tour around the castle.

Closest Airports for Oslo 

Providing travel for over 25 million passengers, eclipsing Norways second busiest airport, Bergen by 4 to 1. Oslo Airport has two runways taking flights from mainland Europe, USA and Asia. Functioning as a hub for the nation it distributes to 25 domestic destinations. The airport's duty free shop is the largest in Europe covering 1530 metres and being situated in front of the international concourse.

Oslo Airport code OSL. Also known as Oslo Lufthavn Gardermoen.