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Book your Any Airport Car Hire Norway today to avoid disappointment - our vehicles are hired out on a first come first served basis. Whichever make and model you require we will have the right Any Airport Car Hire Norway to suit your needs, whether you are travelling on business or pleasure.To make your reservation all you have to do is contact us by phone, email or the online chat facility. We can quote you low cost car hire starting from only 15 Euros per day which is fully inclusive.

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Cheap Car Rental Norway

Any Airport Car Rental Norway sources cheap prices from companies such as Avis, Alamo rent a car, Auto Europe, Budget car rental, Dollar, Hertz, Holiday Autos, National, Sixt, Thrifty car rental and many more. We have a huge fleet of exciting and practical vehicles which include automatic cars like the VW Golf, four by fours like the Toyota Rav 4, luxury vehicles such as the BMW 3 series and diesel cars like the Mercedes C200 tdi.

These cars and many more are available for the low price of 120 Euros per week which is guaranteed to be the cheapest around. Our cars are suitable for singles, couples, families and business men or business women. Any Airport Car Rental Norway includes unlimited mileage so that you can drive as far as you want without having to turn around, breakdown assistance in case there are any problems and fully comprehensive insurance with liability cover, a vehicle theft waiver and a collision damage waiver.

There is also an insurance option which lets you reduce your vehicle excess right down to zero in case you are worried about the financial repercussions of having an accident. If you are planning to drop your car off in a different town or city in Norway from where you picked it up then it is possible to do so. We will not charge you any extra for one way journeys, booking by credit card or making a late cancellation.

Mini Guide to Norway

Norway is situated in Northern Europe.   The greater part of the country shares a boarder to the east with Sweden.  Norway’s most northern region is bordered by Finland to the south and Russia to the east.  Norway’s far reaching coastline faces the North Atlantic Ocean and the Barent sea is home to its famous fjords.  The main attraction of Norway is its fantastic scenery, particularly the fjords of the southwest and the North Cape.  The latter is a popular place from which to observe the Midnight Sun of Midsummer.   Here, far above the Arctic Circle, lies the astonishingly situated town of Tromso where the sun never rises in winter nor sets in midsummer.

The Norwegian ski season usually lasts for about six months and generally offers good snow conditions throughout the season.   Norway has huge stretches of marked ski trails which wind through unspoilt countryside.  Basically Norway has five regions – Southern Norway (which includes Oslo), Fjordland and the Southwest, the uplands of Oppland and Hedmark, Central Norway and the artic North.

Without doubt the most important tourist area in Norway is the Fjordland and the Southwest with its magnificent scenery.  Cruise ships arrive in the area and work their way north along the coast from Stavanger via Haugesund to Bergen.  The best known fjord is Sognefjorden.   Fordefjorden, Hardanger Fjord and Nordfjord are among other prominent scenic attractions in the region.  Europe’s largest glacier, the Jostedalsbreen, lies to the north of Sognefjorden together with its surrounding National Park of the same name.  The Jotunheimen National Park lies immediately to the east of this area and contains Norway’s highest mountain, Gladhopiggen.

Oslo is the capital of Norway and is the most populated area.  The city has a good choice of museums and galleries.  The popular Holmenkollen ski jumping complex with its Museum of Skiing, is situated away from the city centre.  The Ibsen Museum was the playwright’s home before his death in 1906.   The Norwegian National Theatre, the New Theatre, the Norwegian Opera House, Konsethuset (Concert House) and Oslo Spektrum are situated in Oslo.

Bergen is one of Norway’s premier tourist attractions.   Visitors can take a cable car to the summit of Mount Ulriken and a funicular railway climbs Mount Floyen to give stunning views over the city and coastline.  There is a large aquarium and an abundance of museums.  A wide range of boat excursions are available from the harbor.  The Fish Market in Bergen is well worth a visit.

Trondheim has a number of notable tourist attractions including the Nidarosdomen Cathedral, The Ringve Museum and Stiftsgarden, the Trondheim palace of the Norwegian Royal Family.  This is an exceptional 18th-century wooden building in the city centre.

Stavenger is the centre of the North sea oil industry.  This is Norway’s fourth largest city after Oslo, Bergen and Trondheim.  Old Stavanger boasts the largest collection of wooden buildings in Europe.  Other attractions in the city include the unique Fish Cannery Museum, the Norwegian Oil Museum and the Rogaland Art Gallery.

The central region of Norway is mainly mountainous but the peaks are not as high as those of the southwest.  This is the area where one is never far away from the Swedish border.
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