|Season (1 Jan 2023 - 31 Dec 2023)
|Monday - Friday
* 24-hour drop off
At Avis in Bergen you will find a large selection of cars. If you arrive by plane, you can choose to pick up the car at Bergen Airport Flesland.
If you are spending time in Bergen before travelling to see the fjords or the rest of the western Norway, you can also choose to pick up the car in Bergen city center. The office is located in Solheimsgaten 15.
Did you know that Bergen has the highest concentration of electric cars in Norway and perhaps in the world? Electric cars pay less for tolls roads and often get reduced prices for parking, so by renting an electric car you can save both money and the environment! Avis has a large selection of electric and hybrid cars. Think globally, act locally. No matter where you need a car, one of the 150 Avis stations is sure to be near at hand.
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