Rent a car or van at Arlon with Europcar
As the smallest capital in Belgium with a population of around 29,000, Arlon is one of Luxembourg province’s most-loved gems. Renowned for its sweeping countryside, historic landmarks and delicious Belgium cuisine, Arlon has plenty to offer – and what better way to explore than with a hire car from Europcar? Located along Route De Bastogne in the heart of the city, our station is the ideal place to begin a tour of Arlon and beyond.
The Europcar car hire experience at Arlon
Whether you want to hire a vehicle for a one-off road trip through Arlon’s rolling hills or are planning a longer excursion across Belgium, we have a car to suit you. Our fleet is extensive ranging from compact rides like the Peugeot 308 to family-friendly alternatives such as the Peugeot 3008. We even have a selection of seven-seat vehicles ideal for larger groups as well as vans that can help transport your belongings from A to B with ease.
Our daily, weekly and monthly car rental solutions are highly flexible and as you can drop your vehicle back at any one of our Europcar stations you won’t be restricted geographically.
Discover Arlon and surroundings by car
With a hire car from Europcar Arlon, you can tour the sensational countryside surrounding the capital at your leisure. There are many cycle and walking tracks dotted around the local area, so you could even park up and embrace the great outdoors.
While Arlon may be small, it is home to some beautifully quaint attractions such as the Archaeological Museum and the Maison Gaspar which houses a number of notable structures. You’ll also find a selection of iconic religious churches with the Church of Saint Martin dominating the Arlon skyline and the Eglise Saint-Donat perched on the city’s central hill.
With fuel in the tank and a camera to hand, you could also venture north-west from Arlon to Brussels, Ghent or Antwerp. Luxembourg City is less than an hour’s drive away too and you could even cross the border into France or Germany.
Driving in Arlon
Throughout Arlon and the rest of Belgium you must drive on the right hand side of the road and overtake on the left. While small, Arlon’s main roads and attractions are well signposted, but if you venture into more rural countryside, it would be wise to follow a map or use satellite navigation – just in case you take a wrong turn.
On-street parking throughout Arlon is for a limited time only, which is why both locals and tourists often prefer to leave their vehicle in one of the many garages dotted around the capital.