Daily Car Hire Rates in Brugge
*daily rates in Brugge based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.
Customer questions about Brugge car hire
I would like to rent a car in Belgium, and drive it to Croatia, is that possible?
Hi, you can check whch countries are permitted for cross border travel, usually it is fine within EU countries however there will be a fee due on collection to the rental agent to cover the extra insurance required. You can view this by clicking on 'T&C's for your chosen vehicle and navigate to 'Extra Services/ Cross Border and Bounday rules'
Brugge Car Hire - Did You Know?
- Brugge is the largest city in the Flemish Region of Belgium.
- The historic centre of Burges is shaped like an oval.
- Brugge includes the area of Zeebrugge which means Bruges on the sea.
- Around a quarter of a million people live in Brugge.
- Known as the Venice of Northern Europe, Brugge is based on a series of canals.
Nearest Petrol Stations to Brugge
See the nearest petrol stations to Brugge below, we recommend you plan head before you return the car to Brugge to avoid any Refueling fees.
Brugge Mini Guide
Brugge is also known as Bruges and this small city is one of the most beautiful in Belgium. Many tourists stop in Brugge as it is so attractive so be sure to take a camera. Also warm and water proof clothing is a must as cold and wet weather is a given for most of the year. The popularity of hiring a car in Brugge went up significantly since the movie 'In Bruges' was released starring Colin Farell as a depressed hitman.
Although Farell constantly complains about what a dump Brugge is, most viewers of the film would have to disagree. It is an alluring mix of Gothic architecture with quaint streets and mysterious canals. Brugge is Dutch speaking as it is in the Flemish part of Belgium. We also have cars for hire at Brussels South Charleroi airport
which is the closest international terminal and one which does low cost flights. Then you may wish to use the multi-storey car parks once you get to Brugge as the centre of city is not very vehicle friendly.
Enjoy walking around, the stunning architecture is deceptive as most of the buildings in town as incredibly old. You will also find lots of lovely restaurants which serve classic Belgian cuisine as well as good pubs and chocolate shops. As so many tourists visit, there is a Brugge discount card which gives access to the main attractions.
Latest Update from Brugge:
20/05/12 - Some of the world's most beautiful statues, those of the mourners placed in the tomb of the Duke of Burgundy and his wife Margaret of Bavaria are visiting the city from the 11th May until the 19th August and can be seen at Memling in Sint-Jan Hospitaalmuseum.