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Rent a car at Brussels Midi Railway Station with Europcar
Brussels Midi Railway Station, often referred to as Brussels South, is the largest station in Brussels linked to the entire Belgium train network. It connects this beautiful capital city to other popular European destinations including France, Germany and the Netherlands.
If you’re looking to hire a car as soon as you arrive at this bustling travel hub, head to Europcar Brussels Midi Railway Station located on-site where our customer service representative will help you to get on the road as quickly as possible.
The Europcar car hire experience at Brussels Midi Railway Station
Whether you’re looking for a vehicle that’s small and easy to park like a Peugeot 308 or a spacious MPV like the Ford Galaxy, we have got you covered. Our extensive fleet of new, comfortable vehicles also includes luxury rides from top marques with the Audi A4 sure to turn heads. Enjoy the finer things in life or need a smart, sophisticated model for business purposes? Then take a look at the Bentley Flying Spur which radiates class and style.
When you book with Europcar, you can expect a fast, efficient and hassle-free service. Our daily, weekly and monthly car hire solutions are flexible for your convenience and as you can drop your vehicle at any one of our Europcar stations you won’t have to retrace your route unnecessarily.
Discover Brussels and surroundings by car
If you want to see the very best of Brussels and beyond, hiring a car makes perfect sense. There’s nothing quite like touring a new place on your own schedule with top attractions including the Royal Palace, Autoworld, Mini-Europe and La Botanique.
Brussels is also a museum lover’s dream with Brussels City Museum giving a deeper insight into Brussels’ cultural heritage. Visitors can also head to Magritte Museum dedicated to the work of the Belgian surrealist artist, René Magritte, or enjoy the quirkiness of the Belgium Comic Strip Centre. The Museum of Cocoa and Chocolate will surely get your mouth watering too and then there’s the Musical Instrument Museum with over 6,500 instruments on display from across the world.
Should you wish to hit the open road and enjoy a more extensive tour of Belgium, popular cities nearby include Charleroi, Ghent and Antwerp. If you’re looking for a more rural retreat, Avesnois Regional Natural Park offers everything from blossoming orchards to meandering rivers.
Driving in Brussels
Please drive on the right hand side of the road and overtake on the left when in Belgium. Traffic can be busy throughout the European Area and near major attractions, so leave plenty of time to get to your required destination. Roads are usually well-maintained and well-signposted.
On-street parking is available but is usually limited to two hours. Alternatively, use one of the many parking lots in the city centre. There are also eight free park and ride locations on the outskirts of the city with locations including Roodebeek and Kraainem.