Take an unforgettable holiday to Brussels, the Dutch and French-speaking capital of Belgium. Visit the city's historic market square and walk along the medieval centre. Marvel at the 15th century Town Hall, as well as the many charming buildings and castles throughout Brussels. Don't miss out Brussels' famous sculpture, the Manneken Pis. Spend a day wandering the city's many museums, including the Royal Museum of Ancient and Modern Art, the Museum of Art and History and the Museum of Comic Strips. Home to some of the best art collections in Europe, Brussels also boasts excellent regional cuisine and, of course, many options to taste world-famous Belgian beers. Delight in a sample (or box) of authentic Belgian chocolate, then visit the archaeological site of Coudenberg, the Former Palace of Brussels.
Drive through the beautiful countryside that surrounds the city, or take a day trip to one of many nearby towns. Journey to the striking city of Ghent, with its perfectly preserved medieval architecture, to understand why many young Belgians have selected it over the larger cities. Note that the city centre of Ghent is pedestrian only. Alternatively, take a river cruise through Bruges and enjoy a Belgian waffle in this famous town square, or take in the captivating pre-war architecture of Liège. From Brussels, you can also reach Antwerp and other major European cities like Paris, Amsterdam and Frankfurt.
Our car hire suppliers in Brussels include Europcar and Hertz.
Our supplier depots are conveniently located at the Brussels Airport. Additionally, we have depots at the Brussels Railway Station and at several locations around the city centre. Explore the interactive map in the search form to find which depot is convenient for you to pick up your car hire.
As with many cities, it can be quite congested and difficult to park the centre of Brussels, though metered parking is available. Car parks are posted throughout the city, with daily maximums of €12.50-15.00. Park and Ride locations are also at several metro stations around the city.
Belgium has a toll-free road network, however, if you cross into other European countries you are likely to encounter tolls. Check Auto Europe's page for the other countries you plan to visit for further information.