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Where to pick up your car
The most popular car hire location is Oslo Gardermoen Airport (OSL), which is just over 40 mins' drive from the centre (about 50km).
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Oslo are Hertz, Europcar, Thrifty, Avis and Sixt.
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Warmest month: July (18°C)
Coldest month: January (-3°C)
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Hire a car in Oslo
Once a far off aloof northern city, Oslo has become an electric and easy-going capital.
Norway’s hub of power and Scandinavian style, no other city in the country comes close to the same size. Oslo has transformed itself into a showpiece of modern glass covered buildings, buzzing with an avant-garde culture. Inset around the scenic Oslofjord and surrounded by lush forests, there’s no chance of forgetting the natural pleasures that lay just beyond the city.
To understand the Norwegian lifestyle, you must discover the country’s vast and diverse landscapes. Drive along the fjords, over undulating bridges and through never-ending tunnels, for a truly unique experience. Plot your Oslo road trip and search for your perfect car hire with easyCar.
Sights to see
The bright, fresh and friendly capital of Norway, Oslo is a great place to visit for a city break, or as a stop off point before heading deeper into the Norwegian countryside. With a leafy, attractive urban centre and a lively bar and pub scene, Oslo is a great place to start when visiting Norway.
Things to do in Oslo
Clean, crisp and cosy, Oslo is a compact city with a pleasing lack of congestion. Norwegian air and a series of well-maintained parks, such as the sculpture-filled Vigeland Park, give the city and its inhabitants a glowing health and vitality. The Frogner district has some interesting architecture and historical sites, while excellent museums and galleries can be found across the pleasant, leafy centre. The Akershus Slot and Festning is a medieval fortress built in 1300 and a fascinating castle to wander around. In the summer, theatre and music productions are hosted in the grounds. The Viking Ship Museum, or Vikingskipshuset, is a must for anyone even mildly interested in Viking history. With 1000-year-old remains of huge wooden burial ships, it’s an enthralling place to spend an afternoon.
Oslo: Discover more
The easiest way to explore this diverse, magnificent country is by rental car. From Oslo, you could head up to Norway’s spectacular central region, where the highest mountains, largest glaciers and most amazing fjords are located.