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Oslo Airport is Norway’s biggest international airport and renting a car is the best way to ensure you don’t miss out on the country’s breathtaking nature and exciting cities. Chock-a-block with scenic roads and picturesque drives, the journeys are as thrilling as the destinations.
We make car rental easy, because we know you can’t wait to feel the freedom of the road and get the very most out of your stay. Wherever your travels take you, the keys are waiting for you to unlock the world.
Once you have collected your hire car at Oslo Airport, exit the airport and follow signs to the E6 Oslo. It’s an approximately 40-minute drive to the city centre. Once you arrive, keep in mind that some of the city has been transformed into a car-free area to make way for cycle lanes, pedestrian areas and small parks, so depending on where you need to go, you can make use of the many car parks on the periphery. From there you can take a tour of Oslo on foot and dive into the city’s top sights and attractions, such as the Viking Ship Museum, Vigeland Park and the Munch Museum before getting back behind the wheel.
A 6km drive west of Oslo brings you to the peaceful Bygsdoy Peninsula, while directly south via the E18, lies Drobak, home to picturesque beaches, arts and crafts markets and the freshest seafood. From here you can travel on to enjoy the best views of the Oslofjord.
Renting a car with Avis at Oslo Airport is fast and easy, meaning you can spend more time enjoying both Oslo and its surrounding areas from the comfort of your chosen vehicle. Select our one-way car hire option to give you the freedom you need on longer journeys.
Oslo to Bergen is a classic route that takes you past epic mountain passes and dramatic fjords. The journey takes around seven hours, but with so many attractions along the way, make sure you leave yourself time to stop and take in the sights and views. Highlights include Voss, Eidfjord and Vøringsfossen waterfall. Your destination, Norway’s second biggest city, won’t disappoint either, with its UNESCO-listed old wharf, artsy markets and world-class seafood restaurants.
With numerous hairpin bends climbing up a steep mountainside, the Trollstigen (Trolls Road) may not be for the faint-hearted, but it is one of the most magnificent journeys in Norway if not the whole of Europe. Six hours north of Oslo, this spectacular road and UNESCO protected area is accessible via the Geirangerfjord.