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Here you can hire in Netherlands
Picturesque landscapes decorated with windmills, the best cheeses and of course the great city of Amsterdam – you really need to travel Netherlands! Start your roadtrip and discover the different facets of the country on your own. What do you have to do? Just rent a campervan in Amsterdam or Rotterdam and off you go on your wild ride!
2nd driver included
Free rebooking and cancellation up to 48h before the trip
Road assistance and comprehensive insurance
Rent a campervan in Amsterdam or Rotterdam and set off on a trip through the Netherlands. On your trip to Amsterdam you can visit historical museums such as the Anne Frank House or the Van Gogh Museum, as well as the city’s creative scene. The best thing is to rent a bike and go exploring. Architecture freaks get their money’s worth in Rotterdam and when wanderlust calls “sea”, you can grab your camper and drive to the endless coasts of the North Sea.
First Stop: Amsterdam! The decision “Rent a camper in the Netherlands” has been made and now it’s time to plan your trip. Amsterdam – The Hague – Rotterdam! This is how your first route with the camper in the Netherlands can look like. You can start your days in the charming capital city when you park your camper at one of the beautiful campsites around the centre. At Camping Vliegenbos in the north of Amsterdam you will find peace and quiet and in only 14 minutes by metro you are in the centre of the city. From here you can start your exploration of the narrow streets, creative districts and museums.
Next Stop: The Hague! After a few days in Amsterdam, you and your roadsurfer can set off for The Hague, the only big city with a beach along the North Sea. Besides the vibrant city life, you should definitely take a few days here and relax on the beach of Scheveningen, which is one of the most popular seaside resorts in the Netherlands.
Next stop: Rotterdam! You also have the possibility to rent your camper in Rotterdam and simply turn your route around. The city is a paradise, especially for those interested in architecture. The port of Rotterdam is one of the largest of its kind and the city skyline is breathtakingly beautiful. Don’t forget your camera, because unique motifs are the order of the day here!