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The Norwegian metropolis is stretched over the bottom of the Oslo fjord, in the basin of the Skagerrak. Its population is approximately 600,000 inhabitants, and the whole metropolitan area surrounding the city and known as the largest region of Oslo, has about half a million inhabitants. As often occurs in the Nordic cities, Oslo is encircled by hills and mounts, which leads to a close relationship with nature and the environment.

Undoubtedly, amongst the criteria for your successful visit is the right choice of means of travel, namely, auto rent in Oslo, in order to fully enjoy your stay, and without limitation in time and routes, due to the movement of public transport to visit all on your own preferences.

Get the maximum from a visit to the bustling Norwegian capital with best service of auto rental in Oslo from Naniko!

What is advantageous in co-operation with our company:

You get the lowest rates with already comprises taxes and car insurance.

There are no hidden charges for services or lack of transparency in the prices.

At any time, 48 hours before the commencement of the lease, you can make changes or delete your order.

The range of assistive devices can be ordered when booking, or at our office.

A variety of packages for various periods, special packages for corporate clients, one way rental and another.

Unlimited mileage and free road assistance.

Highly qualified and courteous staff is always ready to provide you with the information you need.

Enjoy the top service from Naniko when renting a car in Oslo at the lowest prices!

Oslo is able to offer a variety of attractions to its visitors. Among this diversity attractive places should be concentrate and do not miss out on the most important ones. Thus, the Munch Museum, dedicated to the artist, contains over 1,100 paintings, 3,000 drawings and 18,000 lithographs. Great Akershus Castle was built in the late thirteenth century and towers over the city, providing spectacular views. National Gallery of Oslo, mainly devoted to the works of contemporary art. Wonderful Vigeland Park covers an area of about 320 hectares and is disposed within the Frognerparken of Oslo where you can also see a regular exhibition of sculptures, bas-reliefs and wrought iron works by the Norwegian artist Gustav Vigeland.

At the main street of Karl Johans is the majestically adorned Oslo Cathedral, constructed in the 17th centenary, the Norwegian Parliament, with breathtaking architecture in the neo-Romanesque style, and a variety of attractions. Meanwhile, a small green area Studenterlunden offers an outdoor pool and a small lake, which in the winter turns into a popular ice rink. On the other end of the avenue, at the top of the hill you can see the Royal Palace – home of the Norwegian monarch.

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