Compare Multi Seater Car Hire in Norway
Save on Multi Seater Car Hire by Booking with MPVRentals.com
With a population of only 5 million people in the country, this country still leaves a lot to the true adventuring type. If you love to be out on your own in mother nature, Norway can provide that for you. The country prides itself as having the perfect blend of history and nature.
The northernmost territory in Scandinavia is known for Vikings, cold weather, ancient architecture, and some of the most amazing backdrops one can capture on a camera. If your camera is good enough, since Norway provides nature that needs a powerful shot! Nothing is able to capture the lakes, rivers, and fjords quite like the human eye though, as Norway is full of them.
With a landscape of mostly wilderness and vastly unpopulated, Norway has since converted a lot of the areas into national parks because they want to protect their countries gems. Their history alone in the capital city of Norway traces back to well over a 1000 years ago.
Cargo Van hire has recently been added to the services provided by MPVRentals, the response has been good with a high demand. We also offer multi-seater cars that will seat 7,9,10,12 or 14 passengers, the Ford S-Max being a popular option in Oslo, Norway. These can be hard to find a the last minute so please book well in advance. We keep adding new partners which in turn leads to a larger fleet of vans and some great deals on mpv hire and 7 seater car hire in all the Nordic countries including MPV options in Finland.
Check latest weather information from here…[forecast location=”Norway” caption=”Weather for Norway” measurement=’c’ todaylabel=”Today” datelabel=”date(‘d-m-y’)” highlow=’%%high%%°/%%low%%°’ numdays=”6″ iconset=”Incredible” ]
“Where to begin?” is the real question at hand when it comes to getting out and exploring nature outside the cities. Even the cities themselves provide a lot of great drives, so don’t feel you only need to head into the forest to find something amazing in Norway.
When it comes to the infamous Fjords of Norway, nothing is as popular as the drives in the west. Begin your drive in the fantastic city of Bergen and head north to Molde. You’ll pass the infamous fjord Sognefjorden as well as Europe’s largest glacier: Jostedalsbreen. You’ll also find yourself touring through Dovre National Park, which has the highest mountains in the entire region.
One of the most popular drives in Norway is to head up the Helgeland coast. On the drive, you’ll witness the sea and the mountain landscapes as you twist and turn down 433 kilometers of roads. You’ll head through the Arctic Circle into the ‘Land of the Midnight Sun.’ Don’t forget to stop at UNESCO sites like the Vega Islands.
Another popular drive is 560 kilometers and is the most popular on the southeast coast. The drive to Oslo to Bergen. Along the way, you’ll pass sand dunes, boulders, untouched beaches for fishing, mountains, fjords, and an abundance of waterfalls.
Due to its clement weather, Norway should be visited in the summer months. However if you go off peak the prices will be cheaper.
Driving in Norway
Locations in Norway
Second time using RV Rentals, always good vans, best prices . . . .
Great prices, nearly new van, good service, hard to find fau. . . .
My first time using this company, and the service and van wa. . . .
I rented a luton van with tail-lift for the weekend together. . . .
We needed a vehicle for 1 week, large enough to hold 10 peo. . . .
Thanks, I found it straight forward, simple and the prices w. . . .
I’ve used RVRentaVan a few times and never any problems. . . . .
You asked for a review, The service was great, best value va. . . .
I needed a van the same day and called the dedicated help li. . . .
What can I say, well priced, great service and pleasant to d. . . .
easy enough to use site but will have to reserve judgement u. . . .
Just a site we need being a large family we always need an M. . . .
This is the third time we have used MPV Rentals and again ev. . . .
Green Motion has extended its Franchise to cover t
Trading standards officers have received more than