Norway Car Rental - In Brief
Travel through the forest of Norway in Scandinavia at your own leisurely pace by renting a car from us. We have a huge fleet of cars to suit your budget and requirements. When you book your car rental in Norway with us, you will get several rental inclusions like unlimited mileage, CDW, third party insurance and many more. From compact cars, minivans, luxury to SUVs, we offer huge selection of cars. We have many locations throughout Norway where you can pick up your car rental which includes the Oslo Airport, Sandefjord Airport, Tromso Airport, and Bergen Airport.
About the Norway
Being a constitutional monarchy, the kingdom of Norway is located an area of northern Europe within the very western part of the Scandinavian Peninsula. Norway has a long coastline along the North Atlantic Ocean. Norway was the very 1st European country to declare its independence. Norway is gifted with extensive natural resources which include the largest fishing industry in the world, wide areas of forest, and rich natural gas fields. Norway's geography is typified by rugged coastline, large fjords and thousands of small islands. It covers a total land area of about 400,000 square km, although much of this land mass is mountainous, caused by broad glaciations during the ice age. This makes Norway an attractive destination for those who enjoy rugged open spaces, unspoiled landscape and fresh air. With a long and interesting history, from the Viking era ahead, Norway has much to offer the visitor who is willing to spend some time traveling between the various sites and points of interest dotted around the country.
How to Reach Norway
Norway is a big country and getting around particularly up north is expansive and time-consuming. The most beneficial way to see the Norwegian wilderness and countryside is by having access to your own vehicle.
The hilly coastline of Norway makes roads and trains slow, so domestic flights are very popular. Of the 97 airports in Norway, 52 are public and 46 are operated by the state-owned Avinor. The central gateway by air to Norway is Oslo Airport and Gardermoen.
The rail network of Norway is basically connects Oslo to major cities. There are trains from Sweden to Oslo, Narvik, and Trondheim with onwards inland connections. Various international bus lines run into Oslo from Sweden, the major operators being Eurolines, Safflebussen, and Swebus Express.
Attractions / Things to do in Norway
Norway is an astonishing country with extremes from North to South and from city to countryside. Everything looks larger than life from the breathtaking fjords to the superb midnight sun in the north of the country. CNN have Tromso on top of its list of best places to see the aurora or northern lights. Tromso should also be visited throughout summer to see the midnight sun. Winter sport lovers will find Oslo's Tryvann Vinterpark, a world-class ski resort is a location they must not miss. Tryvann Vinterpark is extremely close to Oslo city, an idealistic destination for a day trip.
For a taste of traditional Norway and to sample its ancient culture, the town of Drobak makes a splendid choice of destination to explore by car. If you take the drive to Odda located near Stavanger, you can explore the Trolls Tongue which is also known as the Pulpit Rock or Preikestolen after a short hike. If you visit Norway in June, a trip to the so called Land of the Midnight Sun is a must.
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