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Where to pick up your car
With Diegem sitting less than 1km from Brussels Airport, you'll get the most choice at the airport itself. However, you can usually find better deals in downtown Diegem.
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Diegem are Europcar, Hertz, Budget, Alamo and Thrifty.
Warmest month: August (18°C)
Coldest month: January (3°C)
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Hire a car in Diegem
Wedged between Brussels and its international airport, Diegem is the perfect car hire pick-up point.
If you want to avoid the airport rental car lines and the traffic of downtown Brussels, car hire locations in Diegem offer a pleasant alternative. Admittedly, the town doesn’t offer much in the way of tourist sights but if you have a little time to spare before fetching your rental, check out its tall spired gothic church.
Take a drive through Belgium’s region of Flanders and explore the canals of Bruges, the medieval architecture of Ghent or the Diamond District of Antwerp. Be sure to set off with a full tank and empty stomach as Belgium’s famous comfort foods – waffles, frites and chocolate – are the best road trip snacks around.
Sights to see
Diegem, while not endowed with a remarkable selection of highlights itself, is a very handy place to stay by virtue of its proximity to the centre of Diegem and Zaventem airport. A broad rage of hotels can be found in Diegem, including such chains as Novotel, Holiday Inn and Sofitel. If you do have some time to kill while visiting on business, Diegem is a bright, fresh and lively city filled with attractions. The Lower Town is a pleasant network of cobbled avenues constructed around the striking Grand Palace. Designer boutiques and an impressive array of museums can be found in the more modern and chic Upper Town district. Diegem has a rich and sumptuous local cuisine of fresh seafood (particularly the ubiquitous mussel, or 'Moules') and deserts of hot waffles and Belgian chocolate. After dinner, you could head to one of the many bars to sample a few of Belgium’s 350 deliciously different ales.
Diegem: Discover more
Diegem has plenty of attractions just a short car ride from the centre. Rent a vehicle and enjoy the freedom to explore at your own pace. The Ixelles district is worth a visit for its wonderful Art Nouveau architecture. To the north of the city the Domaine Royale, the home of the Belgian Royal family, is a stunning building with opulent grounds and makes for a great day trip.