Campervan Rental Oslo Airport or Downtown Oslo
Planning to pick up a campervan rental from Oslo Airport? The campervan hire options have significantly increased over the recent years in keeping with the growing popularity of a touring motor home holiday.
We have superb rates on campervan hire Oslo with Touring Cars Norway, McRent and PURE MotorHomes Norway. Make an inquiry today, no payment needed simply enter your travel dates and we will check check availability of the camping car. If we can confirm with the supplier then we can proceed with booking and issue of your rental voucher. Please book early for 2018.
Take a Trip in Captivating Modern City of Oslo
Make use of your Norway campervan hire and visit the largest city, historic Oslo. It is also the city centre for economic, demographic, and politics. It is located between Norwegian forests and Oslofjord. It has a bustling city life and thriving outdoors and greenery. Oslo is the centre for business and education, and also home to significant cultural institutions with the likes of the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design; the National Theatre; and the Norwegian Opera and Ballet. At the end of the main street is The Royal Palace where Norway's King Harland V and Queen Sonja reside.
Where to Rest and Re-energize
With campervan hire Oslo being so much in demand there are many campsites within Oslo, but these are mostly found in the scenic spots and outside of the city centre. The good thing about them is the facilities they offer aside from the beautiful landscapes or seascapes they have as backdrops.
Sjølyst Marina Camper Van Parking
Sjølyst Marina is the only campsite that's nearby the city centre. It is located along the water's edge with gorgeous surroundings, beaches, and numerous facilities. There's internet access, waste water disposal, boat ramp, hiking area, skerries, fjords, and electric plug-ins.
Ekeberg is a summer campsite that's great for families in a hired campervan or motorhome. They offer numerous features and facilities such as mini golf course, nature trails, waste water disposal, parking lot, shop, washing and cooking facilities, bike trails, great outdoor areas, and seascape.
If you happen steer your campervan hire Oslo to the Hvervenbukta area, the Oslo Fjordcamp is the best option. It has parking spaces for RVs with access to electricity, beautiful surroundings, swimming and fishing areas, and hiking trails. Shop for food and drinks in the local store and snack bar, and dine in the outdoor dining area to enjoy the view.
Bogstad Camping is a year-round campsite and is Norway's largest. You can park your rented mobile home and plug into the available power outlets. There are sanitary facilities, mini golf course, playground, beach volleyball court, café, gas station, and general store. There are bikes for rent, cooking and washing facilities, as well as nearby hiking and forest areas.
Whatever campsite you choose to rest up in your campervan hire Oslo, you will certainly benefit from the facilities and features they offer. So make sure to enjoy your visit in the city centre and unwind and relax in the RV campsites at the end of the day.
Fascinating Structures and Cityscape
When in Oslo, there's always the benefit of riding in a rented RV or camper van because you have the luxury of going to destinations you prefer. Take for example those that can be found in town. These are buildings with years of history and culture in the making, and at the same time have the aesthetic appeal of the era which influenced them.
Oslo's monumental buildings are spread throughout the city, which makes the landscape a little uninteresting at first. However, the inner-city suburbs such Fagerborg and Frogner, and the St. Hashaugen Park exude a small town charm. While wooden homes are not allowed downtown, in the suburbs they come in huge numbers particularly in Bygdøy and Holmenkollen, and the workers' areas of Damstredet, Hellerud, Kampen, Rodeløkka, Vålerenga, and Telthusbakken.
While in town, make sure to visit the Royal Palace, the University of Oslo, City Hall, Oslo Cathedral, Kirkeristen (old church bazaar being used as artisan/craftsmen workshops with cafes and restaurants), Holmenkollen (venue of the 2011 Word Ski Championships), and Akershus Festning (medieval castle and fortress in the city centre).
If you love art and galleries, make sure to visit the numerous museums within the city in your campervan hire Oslo. There's the Munch Museum, National Gallery, Emanuel Vigeland Museum, Viking Ship Museum, The Norwegian Museum of Cultural History, Nobel Peace Centre, the Holocaust Centre, Kon-Tiki Museum, Fram-Museum, and Norwegian Maritime Museum.
There are parks, botanical gardens, and picnic areas for the whole family. And of course, there are outdoor activities such as bike ride and walking areas, salt water swimming, skiing, and festivals. Why wait, compare multiple motorhome suppliers and then boob your campervan hire Oslo today with the experts.