Oslo sits at the top of a Skagerrak Bay fjord and is the exciting capital city of Norway. Boasting a 1,000-year history, the city has a vast amount of museums to reflect this. Grunerlokka District offers great nightlife while eateries in all parts of the downtown area are guaranteed to satisfy even the most discerning of foodies.
People taking advantage of motorhome hire in Oslo have a good number of spectacular drives to choose from. There are plenty of campgrounds which offer service, with some staying open all year road. The E6 and the E18 are two of the two main Norwegian routes and both converge at Oslo’s orbital route. Signposts are good in the areas surrounding Oslo and drivers usually manage to find the correct route without too much trouble.
Oslo Popular Motorhome Holiday Routes
The E6 south to Fredrikstad passes Moss where beautiful beaches are a delight on hot summer days. Torgauten Fort, a picturesque quayside and the town museum make Fredrikstad a worthwhile visit. Bevo Camping is at Ostfold near Fredrikstad. Fredrikstad Motel & Camping is in the town itself.
The route north to Rondane National Park skirts the shores of Mjosa Lake. The park is a majestic landscape with lakes ringed by stately peaks. Hiking, wild reindeer and unusual rock formations are among the park’s draws. Lom Camping and Dovreskogen are two convenient campsites from which to visit Rondane.
The E18 to Kristiansand is a fairly long trip. En route, Langesund is a heritage shipping town and home to WWII defence stations. Tromoy Island is minutes away from Arendal and has a lovely beach. Hove Camping is close to the beach. Moysand Family Camping is one of a number of campgrounds near Grimstad.
We have a selection of campervans and motorhomes available that can be picked from Oslo Rygge airport or nearby Gardermoen, Touring cars Oslo offer a range of rv rentals starting with a sturdy budget 2 berth to top of the range four berth family luxury van , fully equiped. Touring holidays are growing in popularity in the nordic countries and we always recommend booking your Nordic campervan even before you book your flights.
Oslo is not noted for its architectural gems. Akershus Castle, the Stortinget Parliament and the Royal Palace are the highlights. The lack of architecture is more than made up for by fabulous museums. The Munch Museum and the Henrik Ibsen Museum are located in the city centre. The Kontiki Museum and the National Maritime Museum are on the harbourside.
The Viking Ship Museum is at Bygdoy and houses two vessels estimated to be more than 1,100 years old as well as numerous Viking relics. The Norwegian Cultural History Museum is also at Bygdoy and is an open-air complex with buildings representing different eras of the country’s history. Vigeland Sculpture Park is close to the access road for Bygdoy.
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