7 8 and 9 Seater Car Hire Holland
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If travelling to the USA and need a 7 seater car hire Orlando, Florida the local and national suppliers offer a good range of 8 seater people carries and some also offer larger 9 and 12 seater passenger vans. If your travel dates coincide with the summer months or school holidays, please book well in a advance to grab the best deal.
Most Dutch car rental suppliers will offer 7,8 or 9 seater minivans a few will also offer
We keep adding new partners, which in turn leads to a larger fleet of minivans and some great deals on
Where to Rent A Car In the Netherlands
Car rental is available at all points of entry and also local trains stations. If you are spending a few days in one of the major towns, best to book on the day you are planning to leave on your road trip.
The most popular locations in Holland are :
The Netherlands, also called Holland, is home to the friendly people known as the Dutch. It is a densely populated country that is home to 16 million people in such a small place. Most people believe Amsterdam is all there is to see in Holland – but plenty more is out there! With gorgeous lakes and rivers, as well as fields of flowers, you’ll certainly enjoy your time exploring this fantastic country. You have some of the best beer and food in the world here, so you’ll definitely have to stop and enjoy more than just the scenery! Holland is consistently ranked as one of the best places in the world to live for a reason. They are also ranked consistently higher in the OECD’s Better Life Index, so come and see why!
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Recommended 7 Seater Car rental drives in Holland
The Flower Route:
If you’re in the right season, April and May, you certainly need to check out the abundance of beautiful tulips and other flowers in bloom. Beginning your journey in Haarlem, you make your way to Leiden. This 40 km journey will take you through fields of lilies, irises, tulips, and more. You can also stop in places like The Frans Hals museum to see classic dutch art masterpieces. Also, stop in Lisse on highway N208 to see the infamous Keukenhof Garden. Home to 70 acres of woodland park.
Amsterdam to Utrecht:
The drive from Amsterdam to Utrecht is scenic and provides views of canals, flowers, little bars in small towns, and of course: flowers. Utrecht is a great city that is often overshadowed by Amsterdam, but truly worth the visit. The mixture of Medieval and Art Noveau architecture makes this city such a fun places to explore! They also love their street food, so try some of their famous dutch-desserts!
Located on the intersection of the Meuse and Jeker rivers is the city of Maastricht. A Belgic settlement that is home to friendly people, great culture and food, and overall great views. Having a highly dense population of younger university students makes it easy for one to understand the culture a lot easier. This is a place worth seeing. While you are here, check out St Servaas Church and St Jan’s Cathedral, as well as some of the historic museums. Don’t forget to see the Saint Pietersberg Caves and, of course, the local coffee shops in Maastricht. Thank us later!
Best time to book 7 or 9 seater car rental Holland
Early spring and the summer months are the best, but if you go off season, the price of car rental will be much cheaper.
Driving a people carrier in Holland
They certainly love their bicycling in Holland, so make sure you are always aware of a bicyclist. They can easily come from nowhere and wind up against your car. You can do a lot more damage to them than they can to you! Due to how congested the Netherlands is, the speed limits are fairly slow. 130 km/h (81 mph) on fast-moving motorways, 50 km/h (31 mph) in urban areas, and 80 km/h (50 mph) outside urban areas. Drinking and driving is illegal in Holland, and punishments can be severe. Plus, you wouldn’t want to hit one of those bicyclists!