Should you rent a car in Belgium?
Car hire in Belgium allows you to fully explore all that this compact country has to offer at your own pace and leisure. Car hire can be picked up at addresses all over the country, the most popular being either of Brussel's airports, Liege Train Station, Antwerp and Anvers. Choose to collect your rental car from a location that is most convenient for you and arrange to return elsewhere if you need to. One-way car rental in Belgium is rarely an issue and offers flexibility at an affordable price.
Our rates include taxes, insurance, collision damage waiver, theft waiver and airport fees as well as unlimited mileage on most rentals. Compare prices across all the main rental suppliers such as Avis, Europcar and Hertz to find the best deal and price possible. In addition to big brand names, we check prices from the local car hire suppliers in Belgium to ensure we cover all bases when looking for the cheapest car hire in Belgium.
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Belgium Mini Guide
Belgium is situated along the North Sea coast of Europe. Being part of the Benulux community Belgium is a crossroads to western parts of Europe. With land borders to the Netherlands in the north, Germany in the east, Luxembourg in the southeast and France in the southwest. Belgium is a very densely populated nation, which makes management of resources, transportation and other civil amenities a priority with the Belgium government.
The terrain of Belgium is varied. In the northeast the landscape is most notably comprised of very flat coastal plains. The central part of Belgium features rolling, densely wooded hills. In the southeast the Ardennes Forest with its charming valleys dominates the landscape.
Belgium can be split into three distinct regions. The area of Flanders in the North or Belgium is a predominantly Dutch speaking region. Major cities within Flanders include Bruges, Ghent and Antwerp. Flanders is typified by flat, open plains with few hills. Brussels is the central area of Belgium, the administrative centre of not on Belgium but also the European Union (EU). In the south can be found the manly French speaking region of Wallonia. Near the German border in Wallonia there is also a much smaller German speaking region.
Major cities in Belgium include Brussels, the capital city and the administrative headquarters of the EU, some excellent museums and cultural sites can be found within Brussels. Antwerp is the largest city in Belgium, most notable for its cultural heritage, medieval style streets and the imposing cathedral. Liege is the largest city in the region of Wallonia, built along the shores of a wide river, a stunning city with easy access to a wealth of outdoor pursuits include hiking and trekking.