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Explore Norway’s beautiful capital city when you rent a car in Oslo. This cosmopolitan city has no shortage of appeal; explore and you’ll find great museums, fantastic restaurants, cosy cafés, vibrant nightclubs and unique shops.

When you’re ready to ...Read more leave Oslo’s urban charms behind, it’s just a short distance to Norway’s most stunning landscapes – skiing, hiking, cycling, kayaking and sailing all await just beyond the city limits.

Reserve your Oslo car rental and experience the best the city has to offer at your own pace. Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, our easy booking system makes it easy to find the vehicle that’s right for you, and when you book online before you go we'll have your car ready and waiting for you when you arrive.

With all that taken care of, all that's left to do is enjoy the best bits of Oslo and beyond. Read less

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Looking for a small or medium economy car rental or something a little larger to fit all the family? At Europcar Oslo, we have a great range of new and comfortable rental cars to choose from. Browse our fleet range now and rent a car online today.

Visit the Oslo Opera House

Oslo’s Opera House is one of the most striking pieces of modern architecture in the city, and the massive waterfront development is already one of the most iconic buildings in Scandinavia. When you aren’t in the audience watching a performance, stretch out in front of the building or climb the slope to the building’s roof for great views of the surrounding landscapes. Discover this and more when you pick up a cheap car rental in Oslo.

See History Come to Life

When you’re in Oslo, don’t miss the Norsk Folkmuseum. This incredible open air museum brings history to life through more than 140 17th and 18th century buildings, the most impressive of which is the Gamlebyen, or Old Town, which includes a general store and an old petrol station.