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Car hire Norway
Car hire Norway

Norway, or the ‘Land of the Midnight Sun’, is an outdoorsman’s dream. During the summer the sun casts light on the fjords, valleys and snowy peaks of the countryside at nearly all hours. Skiers, hikers and cosmopolitans all appreciate the freedom a cheap Norway car hire affords, easily transferring from one region to the next.

The capital of Norway is Oslo, a millennium-old city in the country’s southeast. As the largest city in the country, Oslo has enough art, architecture and culture to please connoisseurs of any persuasion. The standout site in this city is the Akershus Fortress, an ancient fortress complete with desolate dungeons that chill visitors to this day.

Among Norway’s other cities is Risør, a haven for water taxis that retains much of its old world heritage. Trondheim greatest asset is a cathedral that was built during the city’s brief stint as capital, while Sandefjord still hints strongly at the Vikings that flourished here. Tromsø is a city of museums, galleries and a warm pub culture.

Away from the cities, Norway’s frontier character becomes evident and the need for a hire car increases. Snow-topped mountains are the backdrop near the western fjords, while arctic wildlife like polar bears and seals can be seen to the north. One of the greatest pleasures of driving around Norway in a rental car is the dramatic changes in scenery along the way.

Other options for tourists include a trip to Hammerfast where the Northern Lights are on display; a cruise along the fjords connecting Bergen to Oslo; or a high quality shopping spree in the capital. Prices are notoriously high in Norway, and top of the line merchandise is easy to find.