Car Rental in Tromsø
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There are many reasons to visit Tromsø and they become many more if you rent a car. What better way is there to improve your journey than renting a car on GoCarRental.com? After all, you can choose your car from your place so that it is available for collection once you arrive in Tromsø. You can choose the car hire agency you prefer the most: on Gocarhire.co.uk you have the possibility of picking any of the many companies active in Tromsø, be it Europcar, Sixt, Hertz at the airport or Hertz or Avis in the city center. So, what are you waiting for? The very best way to prepare for an absolutely brilliant journey to Tromsø and Norway is to reserve your car in advance on GoCarRental.com. Simply collect your car by showing an ID document, driving license, and credit card.
What to do in Tromsø
Tromsø is the most important city of western Norway and it is widely considered as Lapland capital city. Is not this enough to perceive the potential of a journey here? In the city, you can take a look at the world’s northernmost botanical gardens in the world and to the wonderful “Polaria” museum that hosts the enormous arctic aquarium. Equally inspired by the pervasive environment, the Arctic Cathedral has an original architecture inspired by Tromsø’s natural landscape. After that, you can take the Fjellheisen funicular railway and reach Storsteinen, a mountain ledge 420 meters high whence you can glance at the city, the mountains, and the rivers. You can visit Tromsø in every season, though winter is by far the best to watch Aurora Borealis, especially between December and February. In summer you can see the beautiful midnight sun.
A day at Polaria museum
A visit at the Arctic Cathedral
Reaching the North Cape
Driving near Tromsø
If you have chosen to rent a car in Tromsø, probably one of your favourite spot will be the North Cape. What is better and more exciting, after all, than reaching Europe’s northernmost part? The road to North Cape itself is worth the journey: there are lakes, seas, trees, mountain huts. Everything is frozen. Norway can give you, in solely 500 kilometers of path, the wildest dream imaginable. If your schedule is tighter than you would wish, however, take a look at the little wooden Lyngen church near Tromsø, located in the delightful village of Lyngseidet.