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Car Hire Oslo Centre- Railway Station-Arrivals

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Oslo Centre- Railway Station-Arrivals

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Mo-Fr 0800-2100
Sa 0800-1800
Su 1300-1900
Jernbanetorget 1, 103

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Hertz at Oslo Centre- Railway Station-Arrivals

Oslo is the capital and largest city of Norway, located in the southern part of the country and with over a million inhabitants in its metropolitan area. There's a large fjord region in the city called the Inner Oslo Fjord Region, which promises stunning views for visitors. Oslo has a rich and fascinating history with many great attractions to see. It's the kind of urban, metropolitan city that you can bring your whole family to. One way to reach the city is by train, and if this is your mode of travel then we recommend you hire a car from Oslo Centre, Railway Station Arrivals in order to continue your sightseeing journey.

If you want to make the most of your time in this beautiful city, we recommend hiring a car in Oslo. Get a piece of the outdoors by doing a cruise of the Oslo Fjord - it's a stunning natural attraction whose waters also promote great conditions for kayaking and canoeing. The Viking Ship Museum in Oslo has two Viking ships, discovered in the 19th century, and viewing these magnificent vessels gives visitors a great insight into Norway's fascinating ancestral history and culture. The Norwegian Opera and Ballet is a must see purely because of its stunning marble and glass architecture – the structure is also fairly unique in that its visitors are even invited to walk on the roof.