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Car Rental From Paris to Amsterdam During COVID19 Pandemic

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Car rental Paris to Amsterdam

In coordination with the European Commission, France, and many other countries in Europe have ended their travel curbs. So, now you can easily plan a small holiday trip from Paris to Amsterdam (or Amsterdam to Paris) as a getaway to take your mind off from this pandemic. Also, this road trip is one of the many bucket-list-worthy road trips in France that travelers take. But one thing that makes it outshine others is the spectacular out-worldly views it provides.

This drive can be covered through more than one route, but most people plan the trip through Belgium, especially for the marvel called Bruges, which is a rage among the travelers. Other great stops in Belgium are Ghent, Brussels, and Boom, which can be easily visited, from a car hire through Cars Rental France. However, with all the frequent changes in travel advisories from the government, it is advised that you should get fully acquainted with the latest updates before planning a trip.

Drive from Paris to Amsterdam – In a nutshell!

Paris > Bruges > Ghent > Brussels > Antwerp > The Hague > Amsterdam

Paris to Amsterdam distance 508.4 km via A1
Popular pickup location in Paris Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport
Drop-off location in Amsterdam, Netherlands Amsterdam Schiphol Airport

Benefits of renting a car during the Coronavirus Outbreak

More than freedom to travel wherever you want, during this pandemic renting a car is the safest option. Some of the reasons why you should hire a car during this coronavirus outbreak are:

  • Best practice for social distancing
  • Easy booking modifications
  • Free cancellation(up to 48 hours before pick up)
  • Get properly sanitized cars

Car rental companies providing services during COVID19

Many car rental agencies offer car hire deals that customers can pick in Paris and drive into Amsterdam. In this case, both one-way and round trips are offered by the suppliers. With Cars Rental France, you can either plan a one-way rental or round trip. So, what are you waiting for? Just pack your essentials like face masks, gloves, hand sanitizers, wipes, etc. and you are good to go. Here is a list of some of the car hire companies that provide deals for the drive:

Where to pick the rental car in Paris?

Within Paris, a number of rental locations are available with our suppliers which includes both airports, downtown, railway station and even a few hotels. Given below is the list of our important rental car pickup locations in Paris:

  • Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport
  • Paris Downtown
  • Paris Orly Airport
  • Paris Gare du Nord Railway Station
  • Paris La Defense
  • Paris Lyon Railway Station
  • Paris Est Railway Station

Where to return the rental car in Amsterdam?

Not going for a round trip? No problem! In case you are thinking of returning the rental car in Amsterdam, here is a list of locations where you can drop the rental car:

  • Amsterdam Schiphol Airport [AMS]
  • Amsterdam Centraal Railway Station
  • Amsterdam Downtown
  • Amsterdam Bijlmer-Centrum

What car-type to rent for the drive?

Our rental suppliers’s wide fleet of cars includes car classes from economy to SUV, luxury, convertibles, van and minivan vehicles. Depending on the number of people travelling with you and the amount of luggage you are carrying, we can help you find the car type that would fit your travel needs. Our van and minivan fleet has 7, 9, 12 and 15 passenger vehicles.

Drive from Paris to Amsterdam – Place to see on the way

Here is a sample Itinerary that you can use while driving from Paris to Amsterdam

Paris

According to a survey conducted by SchengenVisaInfo.com signifies that the majority of tourists are planning to travel to Europe. And, France along with Germany, top the list of Schengen countries where travelers wish to visit during and also post Coronavirus pandemic. The country is full of unique attractions, culture, and cuisine. It will not be wrong if we say that Paris is the biggest Travel destination of all time. Now with the improvements in the health situation, the country has opened Eiffel tower, the Palace of Versailles, Louvre, Notre-Dame, Sacré-Cœur, Musée Rodin, and the Centre Pompidou for tourists. However, wearing a mask is mandatory, bookings in advance are a must for visiting famous museums, and also there is a constraint of 5,000 people for large venues.

Bruges

Paris to Bruges distance: 298.0 km via A1

Big on history, visiting Bruges is like walking into the bygone era. It is full of architecture from the older times with marvels like the Church of Our Lady Bruges and Basilica of the Holy Blood. In addition to its medieval buildings, tourists visit it for its cobbled streets, canals, and its various shopping venues. On your road trip, you can also visit this beautiful city in Belgium as residents from European Union, Schengen countries, and the United Kingdom are free to travel here. Travelers outside the Schengen Countries are required to practice social distancing and stay home quarantine for 14 days.

Ghent

Bruges to Ghent distance: 51.3 km via E40

Sitting on the joining of two rivers Leie and Scheldt, Ghent is a university town, home to various festivals. Ghent’s skyline is dominated by three historic buildings, St. Bavo’s Cathedral–a Romanesque-Gothic architecture, a 14th Century Belfry, and St. Nicholas Church, which can be explored via car hire from Cars Rental France.

Brussels

Ghent to Brussels distance: 56.9 km via E40

Belgium’s capital city has a Grand-Place square at the heart of the state and other notable attractions like Manneken Pis, Atomium, Mini-Europe, and the Royal Palace of Brussels. It is also the best destination for art lovers with Centre Belge de la Bande Dessinée and numerous murals throughout Brussels. Also, from June 8 onwards, the country has lifted restrictions on having contact with people outside the family. Also, restaurants and cafes are allowed to open with staff members wearing masks.

Antwerp

Brussels to Antwerp distance: 57.8 km via E19

With a history that dates back to the Middle Ages, Antwerp is an intriguing place with great experiences. Cathedral of Our Lady Antwerp, Stadsparks, the Rubens House, and Zoo Antwerp are some of its many attractions that you can explore while checking out the city’s cuisine and shopping scene. Known as the ‘Cool Capital’, ‘Antwerp Six’ & the Royal Academy of Fine Arts are some of its world-renowned must-visits.

The Hague

Antwerp to the Hague distance: 122.7 km via A4

Situated on the North East Coast of the Netherlands, The Hague houses the United Nations International Court of Justice. It is home to Mauritshuis, the museum, which is the dwelling place of many artworks, including ‘The Girl with a pearl earring’ – one of the best artworks by Vermeer. Drive through this beautiful city and visit unique places like the wood-lined cafes along Denneweg.

Amsterdam

The Hague to Amsterdam distance: 64.9 km via A4

Netherlands’ capital city, Amsterdam, is noted for its many attractions and is home to some of the best museums that grace the city’s much-loved Museum Districts. As of now, the borders of Netherlands are open for travelers only from the European Union and Schengen Countries except Sweden and the United Kingdom. The Van Gogh Museum, the Anne Frank House, Dam Square, and Jordaan are some of its worth visiting attractions and destinations here.

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