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Blessed with dazzling cities, stunning natural landmarks, modern attractions and a plethora of unique cultures, Europe simply can’t be beaten when it comes to memorable escapes. The continent is relatively easy to cover, especially by car, as major highways connect all corners of Europe. Compare car hire deals and prices now to get that holiday started!


Dozens of world-class airports dot the continent, including Charles De Gaulle Paris, Frankfurt International Airport and Roma International Airport. The high-speed railways link hundreds of towns and cities across Europe for a more scenic journey. Nevertheless, for a truly memorable getaway see the sites on intimate terms via affordable car hire in Europe.

Car Hire Europe

Self-drives allow tourists to see landmarks and attractions that organised bus and train tours don’t usually offer. Driving through ancient villages, rolling meadows, alpine scenery and beachfront towns is the only way to really see Europe. Most cities and towns offer vehicles for rent from international suppliers like the always reliable Hertz, Budget, Thrifty and Sixt companies.


Roads in Western Europe are generally in great condition, with most signs posted in English and local languages. However, the same can’t always be said for roads and highways in the former Eastern bloc. Since the establishment of the Schengen agreement, getting between European countries by car rental in Europe has never been easier.

Things To See and Do

For the 480 million tourists that visit Europe each year, driving is certainly recommended. The Mediterranean coast is a must see, with breathtaking beaches around every corner. Central Europe is dotted with spectacular scenery, including ski resorts like Chamonix, hidden valleys and castles such as Germany’s Schloss Neuschwanstein. Of course, driving through the Benelux region, with its beautiful, flat plains of flowers and farmlands is also advised.

Best Time To Visit

Visit Europe at any time of the year, as there is always something to do in this diverse region of the world. The southern region is fantastic for summer holidays (June, July and August) as temperatures hover between 27°C and 30°C along the Mediterranean. Temperatures in many parts of Europe do fall well below zero between November and March, making skiing getaways a regular event of the winter season.