Car hire in Bergen

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Car hire in Bergen

On this page you’ll find tips and advice on car rental in Bergen, and the cheapest rental cars at guaranteed lowest price. If this is your first time renting a car in Norway, please read our general tips on car hire in the country via the link below.

Car hire at Bergen airport

Bergen airport Flesland (airport code: BGO) is 20 km (about 12.5 miles) south of Bergen. It is the second busiest airport in Norway, following only Oslo airport, and it services many international flights.

5 major well-known car renting companies are represented at the airport. Their offices are in direct connection to the Arrivals hall, clearly marked out. Renting a car at the airport and getting out from the airport area is both easy and convenient.

What to do around Bergen Bergen

Bergen is on the southwestern coast of Norway and is close to both the ocean and mountains. There is lots to explore in the region, and with a rental car the journey is made smooth and exciting! Below we’ll mention some of our favourite places.

Gudvangen
93 miles from Bergen lies the little town of Gudvangen, right at the mouth of the Nærøyfjord. This fjord is one of the most beautiful in the country, and in Gudvangen you’ll get exceptionally gorgeous views of the Norwegian landscape. There is also a ferry that lets you see the stunning nature from a different perspective.

Haugesund
The beautiful town of Haugesund is a three-hour drive south of Bergen. Here you’ll get a mix of historical buildings and modern architecture. There are also a number of shopping centres, nice museums and other historical sights. The town is an old fishing town, and the proximity to the sea gives you constant beautiful views.

Hardangervidda National Park
Hardangervidda National Park is the largest mountain plateau in Europe, and the views in the park are truly amazing. You will find several glaciers in the park, and both hiking and cycling through the dramatic landscape is possible. Hardangervidda National Park is just under 100 miles from Bergen.