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from $35 per day
rental period of 16 days

This offer was found on 05/26/2020 01:38 AM.

This offer was found on 05/26/2020 01:38 AM.



from $36 per day
rental period of 16 days

This offer was found on 05/26/2020 01:38 AM.

This offer was found on 05/26/2020 01:38 AM.



from $43 per day
rental period of 3 days

This offer was found on 05/27/2020 06:34 AM.

This offer was found on 05/27/2020 06:34 AM.

Rating of rental supplier in Brussels

Average customer ratings for rental car provider in Brussels:

4.7 from 5 (140 ratings)

(4.9 from 5)
Highly recommended
Rating of Charlie B.- 07/17/2015 15:38 PM
(4.1 from 5)
Had a lot of questions that needed answering concerning insurances etc, the guy on the phone was more than happy to help.
Rating of Lucy B.- 07/20/2015 08:15 AM
(4.4 from 5)
Had to wait a bit longer than I thought I would for my voucher! It still came in time though.
Rating of Brian C.- 07/21/2015 18:12 PM
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Rental Car Brussels

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General information

Located in the Flemish regions of Belgium, but with a high proportion of French speakers, the city of Brussels is the capital of Belgium, and sometimes referred to as the capital of the European Union as its hosts the seats of the European Commission, Council of the European Union and the second seat of the European Parliament. The city is also home to other multi-national institutions such as the NATO headquarters.


Atomium, measuring at 102 meters, the icon is a sort of Space Age looking statue consisting of nine Large spheres connected by steel tubes, built for the 1958 World Fair Expo as a symbol for progress. Each sphere contains a different exhibition and there is a restaurant located inside as well. The building is one Brussels' most famous and recognizable symbols.

The Grand Place is in the central square of Brussels and it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will find many historical and beautiful buildings in the town square such as the Brussels Town Hall, dating back to the 15th century and the museum of the history of Brussels and the Guildhalls.

The Manneken Pils, made in the 1600's, is a sculpture is of a young boy urinating. It is one of Brussels most famous landmarks and the boy has hundreds of outfits and wears several different ones a week. There are many tales about the boy and the statue ranging from, the boy urinating on attacking troops from the top of a tree whom eventually lost the battle or the boy urinating on the fuse of a bomb placed into the city thus putting out the fuse and saving city or when a boy went missing his father promised that should he find him he will build a statue commemorating what he was doing at that exact moment.

Parc du Cinquantenaire is a public park commemorating the 50th anniversary of Belgian Independence, The park is 74 acres and has many gardens, waterfalls and ponds. The park is also home to a U shaped complex with the Arc de Triomphe at the center. The complex is home to the Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and Military History, which showcases weapons, uniforms, vehicles and has a hall dedicated to air and space.

Belgium is one the leading beer brewing countries in the world, so whilst in the capital take your hire car Brussels to a bar or one of the breweries, be careful to have a designated driver! The Cantillion Brewery, founded in 1900, is open to tours where you can see the brewing and bottling process and at the end you can sample some of the tipple!


Use you hire car Brussels to see more of Belgium, with the car your free to explore where and when you want, Take a trip to the historically famous Waterloo and see the place where Europe was saved from French domination. Or Take your rental car Brussels to the city of Leuven, home to some stunning architecture, such as the UNESCO World Heritage Site ´Grand Beguinage’ and the city hall. The Belgian city of Antwerp is also an easy and interesting visit with a rental car from HAPPYCAR. You can make it a full road trip when you take the car across the border to places like the Netherlands, France and Germany!