Driving through Europe is one of the best ways to really immerse yourself in this fascinating continent and why not do it from the comfort of your Avis hire car?
We have car hire locations at nearly every major airport in Europe - we’ll see you there, ready and waiting to help you unlock the world.
Coupé or convertible? Unlock Avis across Europe
Come European city, airport or country town, we’ve got you covered. Whether you fancy a smart car for an urban jaunt, an elegant saloon for a business trip or a spacious 4x4 for a family holiday, we have the perfect rental car for you.
Fancy taking it up a gear?
Ramp it up and go Prestige … Avis offers a compelling range of seriously luxurious cars across the continent. From Porsches to BMWs, Mercedes to Alfa Romeos, cruise through France, Germany, Italy and Spain in one of our speciality vehicles.
And, you don’t have to drive full-circle: make the most of one way car hire across Europe.
Enjoy Europe from the comfort of your hire car. With rental locations across the continent, at airports, railway stations, town centres and selected hotels, you’re never far from starting your European adventure with Avis.
Enjoy the ancient cities of Italy, Greece and Turkey. Park up alongside the beach on the Côte d’Azur in France, Spain’s Costa Brava, Portugal’s Algarve or Croatia’s Dalmatian coast, or make your way up to Scandinavian, Austrian and Swiss climes – there’s always somewhere new for you to discover in Europe.
A European road trip
Amsterdam to Bruges If you’re looking to see Europe by car then you can’t go far wrong with a trip that takes you through the Netherlands and Belgium.
Starting your trip in the Dutch capital, the journey to Bruges takes between three and four hours depending on which route you decide to take. We’d recommend travelling through the culturally rich towns of Utrecht, Breda and Ghent.
Bruges is a classic Belgian city, famous for its breweries, canals, cobbled streets and medieval architecture. Not to be missed in Bruges is the Markt, a sprawling main square dating back to 1240 that is overlooked by Bruges’ iconic Belfry.