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Oman is a beautiful and enigmatic country, located on the south-eastern edge of the Arabian Peninsula. Most of Oman’s main attractions are dotted along its coastline, meaning car hire in Oman is the best way to travel. Cheap car hire in Oman is easily arranged at the airport or in the capital.

Muscat is the nation’s capital and is surprisingly traditional despite being the economic centre. The old port area has a lot of character and the sultan’s impressive palace is situated below the forts of Al Jalali and Mirani - that guard the entrance to the harbour. To enjoy a panoramic view of the city, climb the restored Mutrah watchtower. There are a number of excellent museums in Muscat including the Oman Museum, the National Museum and the Sultan’s Armed Forces Museum.

Car hire in Oman allows you to take to the open road and explore. In the south visit Salalah to survey the ruins of Al-Balid or take a mid-summer mud bath at Wadi Dhabat while camels graze near by. In the heart of Oman, car rental visitors will enjoy the seaside town of Sur, featuring great beaches, stunning forts and an excellent Marine museum. The town is also known for its traditional ship building.

There are a variety of quality restaurants and quaint cafés in the larger cities and towns throughout Oman. However, if you make use of car rental in Oman you can head to the pristine beaches of Yitti, Seifa or Quiryat for a picnic.

Other attractions suitable for visitors with car hire in Oman include an early morning trip to the mountains near Nizwa to witness the livestock market and browse the silver handicrafts. Also, the World Heritage sites of Bat and Bahla are worth a visit.