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Rent a car at Antwerp Central Railway Station with Europcar
Antwerp Railway Station is a bustling hub of activity connecting the port city of Antwerp with many beautiful locations such as Bruges, Brussels, Amsterdam and Lille. Considered one of the most impressive examples of railway architecture in the world, the station is conveniently located in Antwerp’s city centre within walking distance of the shopping district.
When you see the visually pleasing aesthetics of this station, you may be eager to discover what else Antwerp has to offer and that’s why hiring a car makes perfect sense. Europcar Antwerp Central Railway Station is located on-site making it easy to drive away in a vehicle of your choice.
The Europcar car hire experience at Antwerp Central Railway Station
Whether you want to choose a compact, eco-friendly car from our Volkswagen Polo or would prefer a family-friendly Ford Galaxy which seats up to seven people, we can help. Our extensive fleet also includes vehicles from luxurious marques such as Mercedes-Benz with the convertible Volkswagen Beetle Cabriolet sure to turn heads.
As well as new, comfortable vehicles to suit all tastes, we also offer flexible daily, weekly and monthly car hire solutions to cover both long and short-term car hire needs. Our hassle-free, three-step booking process allows you to search, select and book exactly what you want for a specific period of time and our friendly staff will ensure you drive away happy.
Discover Antwerp and surroundings by car
With a rich history and vibrant culture, the city of Antwerp is a vast treasure trove of historic landmarks, exceptional architecture, stunning shopping districts and more.
By hiring a vehicle from Europcar Antwerp Central Railway you’ll be geared up to explore some of the top attractions including, the Cathedral of our Lady – Antwerp’s tallest building standing at 123 metres – and the bustling town square filled many restaurants and cafés, locally referred to as the Grote Markt.
This lively city is also home to a wealth of fascinating museums including Rubens’ House, as well as a host of family-friendly attractions like Antwerp Zo; a vast and beautiful location home to over 7,000 animals. It will easily take you half a day to wander around here, so be sure to leave plenty of time to enjoy your visit.
If you’ve an extended break in the city and have already visited the luscious green parks or the world-famous Diamond District which stretches over two-kilometres, you may decide to venture further afield to one of the nearby municipalities. The castle of Schoten are particularly picturesque, or you could stroll down the long high street of Brasschaat.
Antwerp is also just under an hour’s drive away from other well-known Belgium cities including Ghent and Brussels.
Driving in Antwerp
People in Belgium drive on the right hand side of the road and overtake on the left. While there is a fair amount of on-street parking, you’ll be limited for time if you use these bays, so be sure to read all signage to avoid fees.
Many people park on the outskirts of the city and catch a bus into the centre, but if you want to drive further into Antwerp, you can park safely at one of the many multi-storey car parks. When navigating, there is a one-way system to follow, so bear this in mind when considering where to park.