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Belgium car hire tips

  • Where to pick up your car

    There are over 20 car hire locations in Belgium, and the most popular city is Brussels.

  • Top car rental brands

    The most popular car rental brands in Belgium are Europcar, Budget, Hertz, Alamo and Thrifty.

  • Best time to hire a car

    The cheapest months to pick up your car hire in Belgium are February and September.

  • Local currency

    Euro (EUR)

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Hire a car in Belgium

Nestled between Germany, the Netherlands and France, Belgium is a country of harmony.

With a history that includes both brutal battles and dazzling artistry, Belgium is a small country overflowing in riches that rival any other European nation. Its galleries, beautiful architecture and contrasting regions make it worthy of more than just a weekend getaway.

Belgium is a delight for beer and chocolate lovers alike too, and boasts an outstanding number of fine restaurants serving Belgian specialities. Hire with easyCar to choose your favourite supplier and uncover the secrets of Belgium’s two halves – Wallonia and Flanders.

Belgium car hire information

Driving tips

Mandatory items
Every vehicle must carry a warning triangle, first aid kit, fire extinguisher and reflective vest. Check that your rental company provides these items.

It best to know how your destination is spelt in both French and Flemish (Dutch), as the name may be spelt differently depending where you are in the country.

Priority to the right
Vehicles merging from the right always have priority, so you must let right joining traffic merge. However, trams always have right of way, regardless of which side they’re merging from.

Keeping your engine running unnecessarily for any length of time while you're parked is prohibited.

Car hire facts

Frequently asked question Answer
Most popular place to hire a car in Belgium Brussels Airport
Charleroi Airport
Most popular rental length Three days
Most popular month to rent a car December, when a hire car costs on average £21.80 per day

Cheapest month / most expensive month Average cost per day of car hire in Belgium*
September £19.20
August £24.60
(*based on a 7+day rental)

Capital allure


Cheapest month / most expensive month Average cost per day of car hire in Brussels

As the centre of Belgium (and in many ways Europe) Brussels is the perfect base for day trips around Belgium or road trips across the border.

What’s it famous for? As the head of the European Union, Brussels is well-known as one of the most international cities in the world.

Its cuisine, markets, vast amount of green space and architecture are also highly recognised. The Grand-Place or Grote Markt is one of the best preserved plazas in Europe, lined with elegant architecture and rich decoration.

When to go: Rainfall in the city is similar to London and Amsterdam, where skies are often clouded over waiting to open up. April and May see the least amount of rain and the days are filled with glorious blue skies, making it a great time for exploring Brussels by foot.

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Useful advice

Tip: If you’re arriving at Brussels Zaventem Airport and spending a few days in the city before heading to other parts of the country, consider picking up your rental in Diegem, located near the airport on the outskirts of the city. This way you can avoid struggling to park in Brussels and score a better deal on your car.

The ultimate Belgium road trip

  • Brussels Airport BRU

    Brussels Airport is the busiest in Belgium.

  • Car hire pick up point

    Car rental desks are located in Arrival Hall 2, follow the signs for “Car Rental Pick Up”.

  • Ghent

    This underrated cosy-but-lively city is known for its medieval architecture and some of the country’s best museums.

  • Bruges

    The “Venice of the North”, this historic town is constructed of layers upon layers of photogenic landmarks.  

  • Antwerp

    Belgium’s second city and diamond capital of the world, its neighbourhoods are a mosaic of Art Deco grandeur.

  • Leuven

    An old university town with a UNESCO protected district, crawling with cobbled streets and Flemish architecture.