Car Rental in Oslo - Gardermoen airport
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Gardermoen airport is located near the city of Ullensaker in the country of Akershus. This airport is about 49 kilometers away from Oslo, of which it is the main airport. To start our Oslo trip and, while at it, take a look at Scandinavia, we suggest renting a car at the Gardermoen airport before you arrive. That’s right: with GoCarRental.com you can make your reservation from home. So, when landed, you will only have to collect your car, thus avoiding any waste of time in queue. Consequently, all of your commutations will be faster. Inside the airport you can find the most important car rental agencies, like Hertz, Budget, Alamo, Europcar, Avis, and Sixt, all of which are ready to furnish you with the car you reserved. Simply bring a valid ID, your driving license, and the reservation voucher that we sent you.
What to do in Oslo - Gardermoen airport
Oslo rises on Oslofjorden, the great South-Eastern Norwegian fjord. Here Oslo developed as a top-notch city that shows its care for the tourist by providing any type of attraction. Culture, nature, entertainment, architecture: you name it. Oslo seems to have all of them, and in addition to that a “something special” that seems to fatally lure people.
Going shopping in Grünerløkka, the fashion district.
Holmenkollen ski jumping hill.
Driving near Oslo - Gardermoen airport
Oslo’s surroundings conceal some amazing jewels. The suburbs of Oslo are very extended indeed, so that some spots are best reached by car. Holmenkollen is one such place, and a most visited one in winter, as here lies the oldest ski jumping hill in the world (near it you can find an interesting ski museum as well). In summer, you can go to Bygdøy, a peninsula characterized by Huk beach, especially loved by nudists. Nearby, we can visit some museums too. One of them is unforgettable indeed: we are talking about the Viking Ship Museum, where you can admire three huge ships of this bellicose and exploring people, together with some remains of their civilization. Finally, take a look at Kon-Tiki, in the memory of the famous archeologist and explorer Thor Heyerdhal.