With 28 locations throughout the Netherlands, Europcar car hire offers you one of the easiest and most flexible ways to travel around this magnificent country. With branches in each major Dutch airport and city or town, Europcar is there to help get you where ever you need to be in the Netherlands. Europcar's huge fleet of comfortable, safe and reliable vehicles, selected to suit any requirement or budget, along with helpful services like 3-step online booking, express pick-up, optional sat-nav, child seats and additional driver cover, mean you can travel the Netherlands safe in the knowledge that all your transport issues have been handled.
A premier holiday destination, the Netherlands has much that appeals, especially families and cyclists. The country has a reputation amongst visitors for safety, as well as a courteous and helpful people that often speak excellent English. The world renowned city of Amsterdam is the capital of North Holland and is famed for its nightlife, distinct architecture and canals, while Rotterdam and the Hague, the seat of the Dutch Government and the Dutch royal family, are further down in South Holland. Utrecht, with its Dom Tower, the Netherlands Railway Museum and Musical Clock Museum is further south still, and a popular destination. The Netherlands are synonymous with Windmills, canals and tulips, all of which are common sights in the right regions. The Netherlands is also home to a number of national parks, which are ideal for cycling or family camping holidays. Especially if it has one of the country's many lakes on site, then any number of water sports can be enjoyed.
The City of Amsterdam – Home to some of the world's best art galleries and museums, particularly the Rijksmuseum, the Anne Frank House, the Stedelijk Museum of modern art, and the Van Gogh Museum. Over 4.3 million foreign hotel guests visit each year, taking in or cruising round the city's canal ring – a world heritage site – or enjoying the 17th century Royal Palace. Every part of Amsterdam has an attraction buried somewhere, such as Dam square at the very heart of the city, the poetic gardens of Begijnhof, and the Magere Brug, or Skinny Bridge, perhaps the most famous of the 1280 bridges to be found in Amsterdam. All you have to do is look.
Gelderland – The ancient province of Gelderland is known for the large amount of castles that occupy the land, like Het Loo Palace and Slot Loevestein. The oldest city in the Netherlands, Nijmegen, is found in Gelderland and is the site of every July's International Four Day March.
The Keukenhof – The world's second largest flower garden, often called the 'Garden of Europe' is found in Lisse, South Holland. It comprises of more than 79 acres, into which over seven million flower bulbs are planted every year, which are divided into different sections such as; the English landscape garden, the enclosed historical garden, the nature garden, and the Japanese garden.