Book cheap car hire in the Netherlands and discover a fascinating and friendly country. Whether you're sampling Bitterballen or exploring the wonderful towns and cities, you'll have a wonderful time here.
A small country in scale - the Netherlands is around the same size as the US state of Maryland - it offers so many sights and sounds that will appeal to every kind of holidaymaker. Rural gems, traditional locations, and vibrant city centres - The Netherlands has them all, and so much more besides.
Economy Car Hire is dedicated to providing the best customer service possible. As a leading car hire broker, we work with both international brands and local suppliers to bring you the best rental prices. Hire a car in the Netherlands with us and we'll ensure your holiday gets off to a good start.
Our UK head office is open 6 days a week and we operate an emergency 24 hour back up service for more serious issues. We’re even open on Bank Holidays should you need us!
Rest assured that Economy Car Hire will be close by to give you the keys to your hire car no matter where you are arriving in the Netherlands.
Amsterdam – Just down the road from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, the nation’s capital is located in Holland and renowned for its magnificent waterways and a relaxed atmosphere that you will find impossible not to embrace. Sightseers should take the time to visit the Van Gogh Museum, the Anne Frank Huis, and the Rijksmuseum. If you’re looking for somewhere to relax or spend some time away from the bustle of the city, the Vondelpark or a boat trip along the canals both tick all the right boxes.
Rotterdam – Destroyed in the Second World War, Rotterdam has rebuilt itself as a trendy, young, and dynamic city. Its architecture is distinctly modern European whilst the huge port ensures a multicultural population. Piet Blom’s cube houses remain a popular attraction as tourists visit to discover how a house built on a 45° angle works whilst the iconic Erasmus Bridge has won many plaudits for its striking, modernist design.
Den Haag - Also referred to as The Haque, Den Haag is the seat of the Dutch government and home to the King of the Netherlands. The fact that this laidback city is also dotted with superb museums just adds to the appeal of this part of The Netherlands. If you’re looking for good food and bars, head to the Plein and Grote Markt squares.
Eindhoven – The 5th largest city in the Netherlands, Eindhoven is home to the Philips electrical company and proud of it. One of the craziest sights is the Evoluon, a flying saucer shaped building that’s used as a conference centre!
Check off the places you would like to visit while in Holland or the Netherlands by having a read of our travel guide. Our guide to driving in the Netherlands will also ensure you’re prepared for getting behind the wheel once you arrive.