With 88 locations throughout Norway, Europcar car hire offers you one of the easiest and most flexible ways to travel around this stunning and scenic country. With locations at every major airport, city and town, Europcar is on hand to help get you where ever you need to be in Norway. Europcar's fleet of comfortable, safe and reliable vehicles, along with helpful services like easy, 3-step online booking, express pick-up, optional sat-nav, child seats and additional driver cover, plus a selection of cars to suit any requirement or budget, mean you can travel the roads of Norway safe in the knowledge that all your transport issues have been handled.
A beautiful, sparsely-populated land of spectacular mountains, magical fjords, clean towns and cities, and friendly and welcoming people, Norway has gained a reputation as an idyllic location in which to get away from it all. An excellent choice for a driving holiday, with quiet and well maintained roads that snake across an unspoiled countryside. The legendary fjords, mountains and waterfalls attract hundreds of thousands of hikers, mountain-bikers and skiers every year, as do the lakes, woods, ski resorts, sporting facilities like the Holmenkollen ski jump, and cultural areas like Bryggen in Bergen and the Vigeland Sculpture Park, with its amazing collection of statues. Further north, visitors come to visit the North Cape, the world's most northern mainland point, that rises some thousand feet above the North Atlantic Ocean; or the Lofoten Islands, where pointed mountain peaks watch over pure white beaches, clear green waters, and small fishing villages.
The City of Oslo – Norway's capital city sits nestled at the head of the Oslofjord, beneath forest covered mountains riddled with spectacular walking trails, which turn into cross-country skiing routes in the winter. Exploring the fjord's many islands and coves is another popular past time. What Oslo lacks in architecture, it more than makes up for with its feeling of space. The many gardens and wide streets work together to give that quintessential Scandinavian efficiently-minimalist feel. That doesn't mean the city lacks for culture, as the Edvard Munch Museum – containing his famous painting, The Scream, amongst other works – lives in Oslo, along with the Folkmseet, the Vigeland Museum, the Viking Ship Museum and the Oslo City Museum. The centre of the city also has a well deserved reputation for a thriving nightlife, with many excellent bars, restaurants and clubs.
Bergen and the Fjords – From Bergen, the self proclaimed Capital of the Fjords, the mighty Sognefjord, Nordfjord and Geirangerfjord are within easy reach by car. Bergen is a well-loved town with a relaxed attitude and lots to do. The Bryggen, a world heritage site and museum to the thousand year old wharf, with buildings that date back to the 18th century, is a popular visitor attraction, as is taking a cable car or funicular railway into the surrounding hills. There is also a busy nightlife, based mainly around the port.