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Oslo Airport Gardermoen

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Opening hours

Mo 0630-2330
Tu-Fr 0700-2330
Sa 0730-2300
Su 0900-2330
Edvard Munchs veg, 2061

Telephone: 47-22-21-0000

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Hertz at Oslo Airport 

As the capital of Norway, Oslo is the busiest city in the region. Not only is it a hotspot for tourists, but it's also filled with history, mixed harmoniously with a trendy cosmopolitan lifestyle. Travelling into the city, you'll realise that Oslo has all the hallmarks of a major capital - The National Gallery, Oslo Opera House, the Akershus Fortress and the Royal Palace make up an elegant list of landmarks, built in an intriguing array of styles. The Oslo Opera House is one of the most talked about buildings in modern architecture.

Olso Airport is around a 40 minute drive north of the capital, making car hire from Oslo Airport a convenient option.

The first stop for arrivals from Oslo Airport is often Frogner Park, which is where you'll also find the famous Vigeland Sculpture Park. The Oslo Opera House draws your attention at the harbour, and a visit to see the Munch collection at the National Gallery is a must. If you want to see the city's museums, hiring a car from Olso Airport is essential. The Bygdøy Peninsula is an 8 km drive into the city's western territory and here you'll find the Fram Polar Ship Museum and the Norwegian Folk Museum.

Head to the ruggedly wilderness around Nordmarka Mountain which lies to the north of the city, taking in the Holmenkollen Ski Museum on the way. Alternatively, drive south down the banks of Oslo Fjord for some breath taking natural scenery.