Norway is one of those countries you might find yourself knowing surprisingly little about. In a nutshell, it is a country of four seasons, breathtaking fjord sceneries and an intriguing Viking past.

The Geiranger Fjord offers snow-capped mountains, tortuous roads and beautiful small villages down by the fjord. This famous fjord region is located in the western part of the country, and can be reached conveniently on a road trip from Oslo to Bergen. The Atlantic Route is an eight kilometer passage, connecting the towns of Kristiansund and Molde with low bridges bending over the sea. The ocean is inhabited by whales and dolphins that lucky ones may spot on a calm day.

Norway, as the whole Nordics, is a fisherman's friend so remember to pack the rods with you!

If you get thirsty for culture, head to one of the various music festivals, admire the odd architecture of stave churches and experience the Norwegian cuisine that is famous for its varieties of fish and sweet brown cheese, brunost.

Day 1

Touring Cars' motorhome rental station in Oslo is located close to Gardermoen Airport, from where we provide free transfers to our motorhome rental station.
If you are arriving after 18:00, we recommend you to stay the first night in an airport hotel from where you can be picked up free of charge the next morning, and start your holiday after a well-rested night.  

On the first day, visit Oslo's many attraction sites, such as the Vigelandsparken, Royal Castle and the Opera House. You can also choose to go to museums. A few interesting ones are The Fram, Kon-Tiki and the Viking museums on Bygdøy. In Oslo's surroundings, you will also find the Holmenkollen ski-jump hill. Take a moment to enjoy shopping, culture and Norwegian cuisine on Aker Brygge's promenade.

Day 2

Halden to Fredrikstad, about 40 km

The old town of Fredrikstad, on the eastern side of the Glomma River, is the best preserved fortress town in Northern Europe.

Fredrikstad to Moss, about 40 km       

Moss has beautiful walking paths at Jeløya, which is one half of an island connected to Moss.

Moss to Horten, about 1 hour by ferry 

Borrehaugene, or Borre mound cemetary, is located in Horten and forms a cemetery complex that dates back to the Viking era. Take road 19 and then onto the 325 towards Åsgårdstrand, Kjærveien 311. The house of Edward Munch is located in this beautiful hidden place, named Åsgårdstrand, translated, Ås-Gård-Strand, Hill-Farm-Beach, which is exactly what you will get. 

Horten to Åsgårdstrand, about 25 km 


Tønsberg is the oldest city in Norway. The harbor, "Brygga" is worth paying a visit and so is Slottsfjellet, a tower built on top of ground walls from the Viking ages. Taste “rømmegrøt”, prepared as in the old days. This dish is a Norwegian porridge specialty made out of sour cream, whole milk, wheat flour, butter, and salt.

Tønsberg to Tjøme and Tønsberg, about 50 km

Tjøme is a group of wonderful islands bathing in the sea with an endless view. You can drive your rental motorhome to the World's End / Verdens Ende, which is the actual name of the southernmost tip of the island of Tjøme, with over 220 sunny days in a year. 

Tønsberg to Sandefjord, about 30 km

It is recommended to stay clear of the highway, and enjoy the more relaxing road 303 for better chances of enjoying the views.

Day 3 & 4

Sandefjord to Stavern road E18, about 24 km

Stavern is an old styled architectural city right where land meets the sea. The place is full of life and offers a nice break from driving. If you park your rental camper nearby, you will find markets, outdoor restaurants and various beaches in this area.

Stavern to Kragerø road E18 and road 38, about 80 km

Enjoy a walk on the pier and get acquainted with the typical Norwegian summer life.

Kragerø to Arendal / Grimstad, about 80 km

Grimstad has a boat race every year. If you don't make it for the race, have a break with fresh air here or in Arendal, it's the last stop next to the sea.

Arendal/Grimstad to Dalen in Telemark, about 195 km

First take road 41, and then continue to E134 towards Dalen. This route has many beautiful places to rest along the way. Eidsborg Stave Church is over 800 years old, and guided tours are available.

Day 5 & 6

The Telemark Canal is not far away from the Eidsborg Stave church. Enjoy a cruise on an old transportation route for passengers and logs. You can choose to go from Dalen to Lunde, which takes about 5 hours one-way, and return the next day.

Dalen to Bø Sommarland, about 90 km

The Water and Amusement Park provides entertainment for the whole family. Enjoy the day in the fresh air and playing in the pool, and have a relaxing nap afterwards in the comfort of your rental motorhome. 

Bø Sommarland to Silverminds in Kongsberg, about 50 km

The mining tunnels inside the mountain can be explored on a guided tour.  

Day 7

Kongsberg to Hønefoss  about 90 km

Hønefoss to Minnesund  about 85 km

Returning of the rental motorhome to Touring Cars' motorhome rental station.


Pick up: Oslo, Rygge or Trondheim, Norway

Rental Motorhome for 2 in May 7 days 1751 EUR

Rental Motorhome for 6 in May 7 days 1891 EUR


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  • Unlimited km
  • All taxes 
  • Quality motorhome 
  • VIP airport pick-up service. Service is offered from/to main airport of each destination country.
  • Personal customer service and orientation to your rental vehicle. We allocate as much time to the customer service at the pick-up and drop-off as required.
  • Linen exchange free of charge. Possibility to replace any rented linen and bedding for a freshly laundered supply during their stay at any of our rental stations.
  • TC Basic insurance
  • Navigation
  • High quality kitchen and dining ware
  • Electricity cable with adapter
  • Water hose
  • Vehicle levellers (tyre wedges)
  • Free of charge information package giving good insight to travelling with a motorhome and to our destination countries. Available at the motorhome rental stations.
  • 24 h phone service for all road side questions
  • Vehicle replacement service in case of major malfunction