Car Hire Kristiansand Kjevik Airport

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Car Hire Kristiansand Kjevik Airport

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Kristiansand Kjevik Airport

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Mo-Fr 0800-2300
Sa 1000-1400
Su on request
4750 Kjevik Lfthv, 4657,

Telephone: +47 3802 2288

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Hertz at Kristiansand Kjevik Airport

Kjevik International Airport is a ten-mile drive inland from the seaside city of Kristiansand in southern Norway. The airport is named after the farm where it was built, although today it has developed into a modern transport complex with a brand new passenger terminal and parking for 1,800 cars. Travelers who collect a hire car at Kjevik Airport find that the Rv451 road runs from the terminal and soon connects them to the E18 coastal motorway running east to west. In one direction is Kristiansand itself, via the impressive Varodd Bridge, in the other is the coastal resort of Arendal, and eventually, after a 200-mile drive, Oslo.

Visitors who hire a car at Kristiansand Airport can easily tour this popular tourist area. One easy trip is to the most southern part of Norway, an isolated spot steeped in rocky terrain marked by a lighthouse and café near Mandal. The city of Kristiansand itself has an attractive waterfront with floating restaurants. A little way inland is the historic centre, which Danish King Christian designed in a grid pattern in the 17th century. Other highlights include pretty terraces of old wooden houses, and the city's cathedral dating back from the 19th-century. Further east towards the airport you'll find an extensive shopping mall and a successful family-friendly zoo.