Hiring a Motorhome in Oslo
Campervan Hire Norway
If you are thinking of a Campervan Hire Norway then you have chosen the ideal site for touring Norway by motorhome.
At Holiday Campervan we compare the campervan hire market in Norway to bring you the best deals, the best discounts and the best campervan vehicles in Norway.
If you choose to pick up your campervan at Oslo Airport you can choose from a range of Campervan suppliers including Pure Motorhomes and McRent, If there is nothing suitable at Oslo Airport you can choose to book your motorhome hire Norway, from Oslo city centre, the address being
Industrivegen 17, 2069 Jessheim, Oslo, NO
Driving Your Norway Campervan
Driving regulations in Norway are not the same as those in the UK. The normal rule is to give way to vehicles approaching from the right each time you reach an uncontrolled intersection. Trams will always have priority.
As you would imagine, the use of hand held mobile phones while driving is prohibited. You must have your dipped your campervan headlights - even in daylight.
The maximum driving speed is 80 km/h (50mph) outside urban areas, and between 90km/h (55mph) and 100km/h (62mph) on motorways. The maximum speed for a motorhome is 80km/h (50mph), including on motorways.
Touring the Norwegian Countryside in your Norway Campervan Hire
The landscape in Norway is dramatic yet simply beautiful, with vast lakes mirroring the majestic mountains each capped with clear blue and white ice hewn from ancient glaciers. A carpet of deep thick forests cover the landscape, with the tangy fragrance of fresh pine everywhere.
The Norway coastline boasts a multitude of rugged islands, each with their own individual characteristics.
There are over 3000 fjords in Norway, deep chasms of water formed by the moving glaciers many thousands of years ago.
Imagine your Norway road trip, travelling around this pleasant land, finding the ideal location for an overnight Motorhome stay. The silence at night, only to be broken by the dawn chorus of the many different varieties of birds that frequent Norway's landscape.
Norway boasts many facilities for tourists and there are an abundant amount of Norway motorhome routes and campervan campsites spread around the country.
Why not travel to the Svalbard peninsula where you may get the chance to see polar bears and puffins.
The most popular towns and cities to visit when touring Norway by motorhome are Oslo, Bergen, Tromso, Trondheim and Stavanger.
The most popular country parks in Norway are Jotunheimen, Ovre Pasvik National Park, Junkerdal National Park and Dovrefjell National Park.
The Weather in Oslo Norway
The summer in Norway can be quite short, some six weeks, however the temperature can reach approximately eighty degrees Fahrenheit, this makes it an ideal place to travel when you are touring Norway by motorhome..
Click here for an up to date weather report from Oslo.
What Language is Spoken in Norway?
The majority of people in Norway speak Norwegian, a close language relation of Swedish and Danish. English is spoken however by more than 80% of the population as thier primary foreign language
What Currency is Used in Norway?
The currency in Norway is the Kroner, but most establishments now accept debit and credi cards. Foreign currency is rarely accepted so it's best use one of the many ATM's available to withdraw money from your home bank account.
There is a 200 Kroner limit for contactless users.
For up to the second exchange rates in Norway please use our Currency Converter on the Holiday Campervan Home page
Car Rental Norway
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