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Rental car Norway: On the road in the land of mountains, glaciers and fjords

Wandern in Norwegen

Explore Norway

Fancy an adventurous trip through Norway with a rental car? Then let's get going! Book a cheap rental car with our price comparison and your holiday can start! Stroll through the capital Oslo and drive afterwards with the rental car into the nature. Norway has a lot to offer, especially for nature and hiking enthusiasts. With a rental car you are always flexible and can reach your desired destinations independent of public transport.

Car rental Norway: Where can I get my rental car?

In Norway you can pick up a rental car in any major city or airport. Book the car of your choice conveniently online in advance. You can also select your vehicle model, equipment and insurance services on our portal. In this way, you can pick up your rental car as soon as you arrive in Norway. Below you will find a small list of places with pick-up stations:

What do the options additional driver & one-way rental mean?


Start your Norwegian adventure with the right rental car and the perfect travel buddies! A road trip is much more fun if you go on it with friends or family. This creates memories that you can talk and laugh about for a long time to come. So that you don't have to drive the whole distance on your own, there is the option of an additional driver. Simply select an additional driver when booking the rental car and take turns driving the rental car. In this way you can take a break and enjoy the magnificent view over Norway's countryside.

Atlantikstraße in Norwegen

Benefit from the option one-way rental

Freunde im Mietwagen

A road trip is more fun when shared

one-way rental

Do you not want to return to your starting point at the end of your journey through Norway? But what happens to the rental car if the trip ends at another location? We have the right solution for you: the one-way rental option. In this case you pick up the rental car at the place of your choice and return it to another station. This way you can arrange your trip through Norway individually and are flexible and independent at all times.

Traffic rules in Norway: What you should look out for when renting a car

  • It must always be driven with low beam.

  • The blood alcohol limit is 0.2.

  • Always pay attention to the wildlife crossing warning signs. Reindeer and moose often cross the roads unexpectedly. At dusk you should be particularly careful when driving a rental car. In the event of a wildlife accident, inform the road service (telephone 175) or the nearest police station immediately.

  • The tram always has right of way.

Rentier auf der Straße in Norwegen

Beware of reindeer on the road

Straßenbahn in Oslo, Norwegen

Tram in Norway

  • Between 15 October and 1 Sunday after Easter, all vehicles with a gross vehicle weight of more than 3.5 tonnes must carry snow chains.

  • Always observe the speed limits. Norwegians are not petty with penalties.

Road Maximum speed
Inner cities 50 km/h
Out of town 80 km/h
Motorway 90 km/h

Helpful vocabulary for road traffic in Norway

  • forbikjøring forbudt = no overtaking
  • omkjøring = diversion
  • svake kanter = edge of road not passable
  • gjennomkjøring forbudt = transit prohibited
  • kjør sakte = drive slowly 

What can I experience in Norway's capital Oslo?

Norway's capital Oslo is definitely worth a visit. If you like, you can leave the rental car and explore the city on foot.

Königliches Schloss in Oslo, Norwegen

Royal Castle

Blick auf die Halbinsel Bygdøy, Norwegen

View of the peninsula Bygdøy

Opernhaus Oslo, Norwegen

Oslo Opera House



A visit to the Royal Castle of Oslo should also be on your individual list. The residence was built between 1824 and 1848. If you would like to experience the changing of the guard, you can do so daily at 13:30 hrs. During the summer months there are also occasional demonstrations by the Royal Guard. From the end of June to the middle of August you can even visit the castle.


Bygdøy is a peninsula located west of Oslo city centre. Here you will find beaches where you can swim and hiking trails that make the peninsula a popular destination, especially in summer. What are you waiting for? Get in your rental car and visit Bygdøy.

More Highlights

  • Vigelandsanlegget
  • Oslo Opera House
  • Oslo Winter Park

Pure nature: What you should never miss in Norway


Geirangerfjord in Norwegen

Geirangerfjord in Norway

One of the most popular sports in Norway is hiking and mountaineering. Go on a hike through the fascinating landscape of the 15 kilometre long Geirangerfjord. It is best to park your rental car and take a boat from Geiranger to one of the trails. On the way to the historic farm Skageflå you have the best view of the waterfalls falling into the fjord side by side. They bear the funny name "Seven Sisters". Alternatively, you can go kayaking on the Geirangerfjord.


Did you travel to Norway to escape the stress of everyday life for a while? Then you should definitely drive to the Nærøyfjord by rental car. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2005. It captivates with a special idyll far away from civilisation.


Trolltunga in Norwegen

Trolltunga in Norway

The Trolltunga (troll tongue) is without doubt one of the most famous and impressive cliffs in Norway. It is about 1100 metres above sea level and 700 metres above Ringedalsvatnet lake. Those who want to reach the Trolltunga can expect a ten-hour hike through the mountains. On the way you will pass numerous sights, such as the Ringedal dam. Look forward to the Trolltunga adventure!